Founded in 1948, the San Francisco Foundation is one of the nation’s largest community foundations — a grantmaking public charity dedicated to improving life within a specific local region. We are committed to racial equity and economic inclusion so that all people in the San Francisco Bay Area are economically secure, rooted in vibrant communities, and engaged in civic life. Our mission is to mobilize resources and act as a catalyst for change to build strong communities, foster civic leadership, and promote philanthropy in the San Francisco Bay Area.
ABOUT THE POSITION
The San Francisco Foundation believes that a focus on People, Place, and Power provides the pathways to greater racial equity and economic inclusion. Since the launch of its equity agenda in mid-2016, the Foundation’s Community Impact Department has been organized around these three Equity Pathways (along with a Policy and Innovations division added in 2019). The three Pathway Senior Directors are members of the Department’s leadership team. Under the leadership of the Vice President of Programs, they are major contributors to developing and implementing the Foundation’s equity agenda. This includes determining short- and long-term results, policy and system changes, and the associated strategies to achieve them—grantmaking, advocacy, and civic leadership—across various issues. Senior Directors also foster greater alignment and partnership with the Foundation’s extensive network of donors and partners from across the philanthropic, nonprofit, private, and public sectors.
HOW TO APPLY
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