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Karen Edlund Future Nurse Leader Fellow
Nurses for Sexual and Reproductive Health
The Karen Edlund (KE) Future Nurse Leader Fellowship is a 6-month leadership development fellowship for nursing students from historically excluded identities, specifically people who identify as Black, Latinx and/or Indigenous. This fellowship fuels nursing students to leverage their power and become leaders in SRH, reproductive rights (RR) and Reproductive Justice (RJ). We believe that through intentional support and development we can shift the power structure of nursing and transform healthcare to not only include but celebrate sexual and reproductive health.
During the six-month period, Fellows commit to 3 hours/week of study and action. This will include virtual events, peer-to-peer discussion, professional development coaching sessions, and individualized study through the NSRH Online Institute.
California Latinas For Reproductive Justice
The Senior Community Organizer (SCO) is an integral part of the CLRJ team and will lead CLRJ’s housing justice campaign utilizing CLRJ’s core strategies of leadership development, alliance building, and community organizing. The SCO collaborates in cultivating relationships with CLRJ’s communities, from grassroots Latinas/xs to allied organizations. The SCO will lead the Community Organizing (CO)team in campaign development strategy for the program as well as the current organizing campaign in Bell Gardens, CA. They will provide counsel and support to the CO staff as they implement the work of the housing campaign and continue to build, maintain and develop a committee of Latina/x leaders in Southeast LA to organize around community issues, support CLRJ’s policy advocacy priorities, and grow the Reproductive Justice movement. The ideal candidate will have extensive leadership development and community organizing experience. They must demonstrate the ability to link CLRJ’s core strategies in order to develop RJ leaders and build Latinas’ power.
Program Coordinator
ACT for Women and Girls
The Program Coordinator is an integral part of ACT’s program implementation. The Program Coordinator will divide time among programs, campaigns, and implementation of sexual health education courses. They will implement ACT’s FLA and SHAPE programs and assist with Mutual Aid and EZE subscription boxes.
Intake Associate
ACCESS REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE is looking for an Intake Associate to support the organization’s bilingual Healthline to further ACCESS’ mission, vision and values through our direct service work. The ideal candidate for this position is a strong communicator, compassionate individual, a critical thinker, and has a deep belief in Reproductive Justice and the mission of ACCESS REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE and what we do. Applications close June 6th, 2022
Project Lead for ARIA (Anti-Racism in Action)
The California Nurse-Midwives Foundation
The Reproductive Justice and Anti-racism (RJAR) Committee of the California Nurse-Midwives Association and the California Nurse-Midwives Foundation (CNMF) are looking for a project lead to help implement the anti-racism platform* with the RJ AR Committee. Project objectives and activities are briefly summarized below. Although the project lead may designate others to perform some of the work, ultimately the project lead is responsible for completing all project objectives. This position reports to CNMF and works within the RJ AR Committee.
Media Specialist
Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH)
The Media Specialist will work with the ANSIRH’s Director of Strategic Communications to develop and implement a media strategy plan to effectively share ANSIRH’s research with a variety of audiences, and in alignment with UCSF media, digital and editorial policies and UCSF brand identity standards.
Community Resource Coordinator
Heluna Health
SisterWeb (SW) through Heluna Health (HH) our fiscal sponsor, has three distinct Community Doula programs in our network. The Community Resource Coordinator (CRC) supports the Director of Doula Programs (DDP) and is an important member of the SisterWeb team. The ideal candidate is exceptionally organized, capable of managing and prioritizing multiple tasks, collaborative, and maintains a high level of attention to detail.

SisterWeb’s Community Resource Coordinator (CRC) is an internal and external liaison between SisterWeb and the public. The Community Resource Coordinator will provide crucial ongoing oversight of SisterWeb’s internal and external resources so that the appropriate guidance and support can be provided to Black/African American, Latinx, and Pacific Islander families.

SisterWeb’s Community Resource Coordinator (CRC) will provide crucial ongoing oversight of:

The Champion Dyad Initiative (CDI), oversight of partnerships with birth locations where SW clients give birth
Oversight of partnerships with other health care and medical sites, community-based organizations (CBOs), and other relevant stakeholders
Locates, accumulates, shares, or otherwise oversees the distribution of community resources to SisterWeb Doulas, Mentors, and other staff as well as clients so that the appropriate guidance and support can be provided to Black/African American, Latinx, and Pacific Islander families
All HH/SW staff are expected to honor SisterWeb’s Core Vales:

Culturally congruent and community-centered care
Economic justice and self-determination/representative leadership
Respect and body autonomy
Community wisdom and lifelong learning
Abolishing Patriarchal Violence Organizer
Movement for Black Lives
The APV Organizer will work to recruit and onboard new members, engage current membership, and help to implement the work of the APV table, including but not limited to organizing initiatives, monthly meetings, and relationship building. This position will be supervised by the Field Manager in deep partnership and collaboration with member leadership of the table. The position may require travel and work on occasional weekends and evenings, as determined.
Primary Care RN
Cascadia Health
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