The Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN) is an environmental justice organization with deep roots in California’s Asian immigrant and refugee communities. Since 1993, APEN has built a membership base of Laotian refugees in Richmond and Chinese immigrants in Oakland. Together, we have fought and won campaigns to make our communities healthier and just places where all people have the resources we need to live full, dignified lives. We are growing our local roots and building power to make decisions at the state level that have real local impact. By building an organized movement, we’re leading a transition away from an extractive economy based on profit and pollution and toward local, healthy, and life-sustaining economies that benefit everyone.
ABOUT THE POSITION
Do you want to be part of one of the leading environmental and climate justice organizations serving Asian immigrant and refugee communities in the country? Are you ready to collaborate with a solid, committed development team, including experienced co-directors, in a supportive and inclusive work environment? APEN is looking for an experienced leader to grow our resources and lead our Development Team. The Development Director is responsible for co-designing and managing APEN’s fund development strategy. They lead the Development Team, oversee all fundraising and manage a portfolio of donors, and contribute to organizational leadership and strategy. The Development Director is someone with a demonstrated commitment to racial and economic justice and serving immigrant and refugee communities. This senior-level position reports to the Co-Director and supervises the Grants Manager, Development Associate, and development consultants.
HOW TO APPLY
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