Alumni Relationship Manager

Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation offers trainings that use coaching methodologies and an anti-oppression analysis to support movement leaders and healers to identify, visibilize, and disrupt how systemic oppression shows up in our lives. Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation utilizes these skills along with ancestral wisdom and present-day adaptations to begin to undo systemic oppression and heal towards individual and collective liberation. Coaching for Healing and Non-Violence is rooted in the same principles and primarily does work inside the California State Prison system with people who are incarcerated.

Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation’s core values include:

- Being led by folks who are Black, Indigenous, or people of color (BIPOC).

- Holding an intersectional anti-oppression analysis that starts with understanding and dismantling white supremacy and settler colonialism.

- Healing and self-reflection are necessary for individual and collective liberation.

- A just and sustainable world is not only possible but we are a part of co-creating that world now. 

- Principles of transformative justice and traditional ways of healing are central to our approach.


The Alumni Relationship and Program Manager is responsible for program management for our 9-month Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation coach certification program as well as engaging, connecting, and relating to Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation alumni and alumni from previous cohorts led by the Co-Directors of Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation. 

Our ideal candidate is a group builder, potentially an organizer, that thrives on bringing exceptional and creative BIPOC leaders together because they know that what will emerge from the collective will be transformative. This person is no stranger to intersectional anti-oppression social justice work and is self-reflective, emotionally mature, consistent, and organized. You can read more about the intentions of this role and our organizational philosophy here:


$75,000 - $78,000


Click here for more information or to apply. How to apply: 

As part of your application, please submit a resume and write a letter about who you are and why you’re interested in this position by addressing the following questions:

Give an example from your past work experience that illustrates the specific skills and knowledge that you would bring to this role.

How would you contribute to the work culture of a team with diverse life experiences? 

Share how much you have raised in the past and for what type and size of organization

In a few sentences, what is your life philosophy?

Please send your application materials to [email protected].

The deadline for applications is June 30, 2022, however the sooner you are able to submit, the sooner we are able to get to know you.


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  • Deanna Norcross
    published this page in Job Board 2022-06-15 12:15:39 -0400