Namati is hiring! Environmental Justice Program Lead, United States

Dear friends,

As many of you may know, last year Namati began a pilot environmental justice program in the United States-- an opportunity to build an approach that could hold promise for the whole country.

We have identified extraordinary advocates in the Washington DC - Maryland region to form our first U.S. legal empowerment team-- people like Fred Tutman, the only black River Keeper in the country, and Rhonda Hamilton, who has led her neighborhood in Buzzards Point to take on pollution and gentrification at the same time. We’ve seen incredible results already. Now, we are searching for a dynamic leader to support this crew.

If you’re a powerhouse in program development and are looking for a big role that requires engaging deeply both with the program itself and the team building it, we’d love for you to apply!

Please see the full job posting here, and feel free to pass it on to others you think might be the right match.

We believe we have an incredible opportunity to plant the seed for legal empowerment here in the US, and that this will be a transformative opportunity, both for the candidate selected and for the legal empowerment movement at large.

We hope you will consider joining our dynamic, growing team. If you don’t meet the requirements or aren’t looking for a new role, we would also greatly appreciate it if you would share this posting or the links to social media posts below with your networks:

  • Twitter: Retweet Namati’s tweet here.
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  • LinkedIn : Share Namati’s post here.

Thanks so much,

Deyla

cc @namati_staff

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Regards

Dr William F Fearon

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Great opportunity. Thanks for sharing!!!


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