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To deepen democracy and transform our education system to build a more just and inclusive society by increasing political power for the most historically marginalized; low income communities, women and people of color.


We're Hiring - Executive Director/Managing Weaver!

The Partnership for Democracy and Education is extending the timeline of its search for a facilitative leader to fill our newly created Cambridge MA based position, the Executive Director/Managing Weaver. This leader will hold, nurture and grow with the Partnership's dedicated community of power shifting leaders. Please consider applying or sharing with your networks.

At this historic moment our philanthropic, economic, and political systems are being challenged fundamentally. There is a call to decolonize power and wealth, and to dismantle white supremacy, patriarchy, and extractive capitalism. The Executive Director /Managing Weaver will help a family philanthropy, and the whole field, move away from extractive roots to more generative and democratic forms of politics and solidarity economy.

The Executive Director/Managing Weaver will guide and facilitate synergy among a vibrant community of people and programs, including weaving together 501(c)(4), 501(c)(3), hard money, and endowments; and organizing donors, funders, and investors. The Executive Director/Managing Weaver will serve as the chief strategist to enroll, engage and guide the founders and all members of the team. This is an emergent position that will evolve over time through building a collective vision, culture, and new ways of co-working in community with colleagues and partners.

The Managing Weaver for Strategy and Operations serves as the chief strategist to enroll, engage and guide the founders and all members of the team.

To learn more and apply, view the full job description here.

All inquiries are confidential. We strongly encourage people from the communities with which we work to apply, especially individuals who identify with vulnerable or marginalized communities and experiences, including but not limited to, race, gender, sexuality, ethnicity, immigration status, and disability-based groups.

And please do share with your networks.

Maria, Greg, and the Partnership for Democracy and Education Team

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