The National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center (NIWRC) is dedicated to ending violence against Native women and children by providing culturally specific technical assistance, training, and policy development for tribes and grassroots advocates to help establish and strengthen their responses to violence. Our work is centered on restoring the safety and status of American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian women, addressing the rights and related needs of children and Two-Spirit/LGBTQ and male victims and survivors, and ensuring offender and abuser accountability by upholding tribal sovereignty.
NIWRC staff take a culturally grounded and highly specialized advocacy approach to the areas of domestic violence, sexual violence, missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, stalking, and sex trafficking, among other forms of gender-based violence and intersecting issues. Join our mailing list to receive updates when job opportunities are announced.
- Director of Communications and Advancement
- To apply, please complete and submit an employment application, a resume with three references, cover letter, and two writing examples. Although not required, if you have a communications portfolio, please submit additional materials for review. Submit all documents to Lucy Simpson, Executive Director, at email@example.com. Open until filled