Careers

Job Seekers, Welcome to NBPRS Career Center
Search Filters
Use this area to filter your search results. Each filter option allows for multiple selections.
Search Results: 2703 Jobs
Save Agent
Loading... Please wait.
DC Greens

Washington, D.C.

Segal Communications

San Francisco, California

NEW! NEW!
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Boston, Massachusetts

NEW! NEW!
M+R Logo
M+R

Washington, D.C.

Finn Partners

New York, New York

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Princeton, New Jersey

NYU Langone Medical Center

New York, New York

Unitarian Universalist Association

Boston, Massachusetts

Northeastern University

Boston, Massachusetts

University of Oregon

Eugene, Oregon

University of Oregon

Eugene, Oregon

University of Minnesota

Minneapolis, Minnesota

The University of Iowa Libraries Logo
The University of Iowa Libraries

Iowa City, Iowa

Lambert & Company Logo
Lambert & Company

Detroit, Michigan

Brown University

Providence, Rhode Island

Closing Soon! Closing Soon!
Stanton Communications

Washington, D.C.

Closing Soon! Closing Soon!
Stanton Communications

Washington, D.C.

Closing Soon! Closing Soon!
UC San Diego

La Jolla, California

Closing Soon! Closing Soon!
Foothill-De Anza Community College District

Los Altos Hills, California

NEW! NEW!
William & Mary

Williamsburg, Virginia

NEW! NEW!
Loading... Please wait.
Job Saved Save Job
Communications Manager
DC Greens
Email Print
Details

Posted: 08-Oct-21

Location: Washington, D.C.

Type: Full Time

Categories:

Communication Planning
General Communication
Other
About DC Greens
DC Greens advances health equity by building a just and resilient food system. Focusing on transformational changes at the systems-level Building bridges between government, private sector, communities and non-profits Developing advocacy channels to amplify marginalized voices Curating best practices and leveraging existing infrastructure Responding to community needs Providing thought leadership Our Vision A city in which health equity is a central value, healthy food is a human right, and all residents have the resources to shape and control policies and programs for their own communities. Theory of Change DC Greens believes that achieving health equity requires resilient, just, and equitable food systems. DC Greens advances health equity by creating cross-sector collaborations and advancing equitable, city-wide policy solutions to build a just and resilient food system. We do this work in solidarity with marginalized communities experiencing poverty and food insecurity. We believe that building resilient, just, and equitable food systems requires: Advancing equitable food policy that shifts the scale, scope, and nature of government investmen...t and responsibility Making existing power structures accessible to people currently outside those structures Transforming institutions towards equitable practices Cross-sector collaboration Implementing programs that provide evidence to support policy change Coordinating resources, people, spaces, and coalitions Solidarity with directly-impacted communities Supporting the leadership of marginalized residents to advance community-led solutions while creating structures and mechanisms for accountability Transferring resources by catalyzing and supporting new funding relationships for BIPOC-led organizations Background Our food system is built on legacies of structural racism that are rooted in slavery and native genocide. The current food system actively undermines individual and community health of BIPOC and people experiencing poverty, particularly Black communities living east of the Anacostia River. Racial discrimination – including red-lining, mass incarceration, labor exploitation, and the displacement of Black communities – has created conditions of poverty, disinvestment, and disenfranchisement that must be uprooted to advance food justice and health equity.
Connections working at DC Greens
https://careers.nbprs.org/jobs/15580835/communications-manager
Loading. Please wait.
Powered By Naylor Association Solutions