Indianapolis, IN

Chief Executive Officer, Women4Change Indiana

The Organization – Women4Change Indiana

Women4Change Indiana provides civic learning and equips Hoosiers to engage in our democracy to achieve better outcomes in health, economic stability and personal safety for women in Indiana. We mobilize Hoosiers to engage the Indiana General Assembly to pass legislation that advances fair and equal voting rights and better public policy outcomes that create positive change for women. Women4 Change is made up of two entities: Women4Change, which focuses on providing educational resources and programming, and Women4Change Indiana Action Fund, which advocates for policy change.

Position Overview

Women4Change seeks a leader who is passionate about the equality of all Hoosier women. This leader will work collaboratively with Board, and staff, constituents, partners, donors, volunteers, and elected officials to educate and advance policies that positively impact the lives of women.

This person will be an effective leader, who will foster vibrant teamwork, pursue quality, support equity and diversity, engender mutual respect, and nurture a culture that is grounded in a shared vision. This dynamic leader will inspire community leaders, partners, donors, policy makers, Board, and staff to work collaboratively to achieve the vision of Women4Change where all Hoosier women can thrive. Personal attributes that define the successful candidate are visionary, entrepreneurial, confident, eloquent, bridge-builder, diplomatic.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate a career path of progressive leadership and management experience in the nonprofit, corporate and/or government sectors. We are seeking a proven leader who has significant experience in growing the capacity and impact of an organization that focuses on complex, systemic issues.

This is a high-energy position for a dynamic leader who is excited about equality for all Hoosier women through education policy and advocacy. This results-oriented leader works collaboratively with the Board and diverse constituencies to achieve goals. This person is a compelling and credible advocate who tirelessly works as an ambassador for the organization. They will be a trusted leader among legislators and community members.

The successful candidate has experience working with and/or serving on governing boards and understands how to advance the Board’s work as the organization’s strategic governing body.

Candidates should demonstrate the ability to operate effectively within a nonprofit governing environment. Ideally, this individual has experience working in volunteer-driven organizations, and/or in an organization that serves a state-wide or multi-jurisdictional audience.

The most qualified candidates will possess the ability to establish and maintain effective and collaborative external relationships with policymakers, funders, potential donors, as well as allies in business, government, and community-based organizations. They will bring a deep understanding of the political landscape while maintaining a non-partisan approach. An ability and desire to raise private contributions is necessary.

The ideal candidate will show a high level of participation in the life of the community by virtue of civic involvement, public service, volunteerism, or social activities.

The salary range for this position annually is between $85,000 and $105,000 and will be commensurable with experience. A benefits allowance is offered annually. Women4Change observes ten paid holidays each year and offers generous vacation as well as sick leave.

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Equal Employment Opportunity Statement: It is the policy of Women4Change Indiana to maintain employment practices and personnel actions that conform to both the letter and the spirit of all laws and regulations pertaining to equal opportunity and non-discrimination in employment.

How To Apply

To apply, submit a current resume and letter of introduction, as soon as possible, to Kittleman & Associates, LLC at

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