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Director of

Updated on 7/9/2024

Girls Who Code

Girls Who Code

Supports female students in tech education


Compensation Overview

$111k - $142kAnnually

Senior, Expert

Remote in USA

Applied Machine Learning
Conversational AI & Chatbots
AI & Machine Learning
Required Skills
Data Analysis
  • Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field; Master’s degree preferred.
  • 7-10 years of experience in private sector strategy and implementation, such as in the fields of consulting, finance, social impact campaigns, or related areas.
  • Proven experience in leading and scaling technology-driven social impact programs or campaigns.
  • Strong strategic thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Excellent leadership and team management abilities.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage diverse stakeholders.
  • Proficiency in data analysis and impact measurement.
  • Passion for social justice and improving outcomes for underserved populations.
  • Ability to travel as needed to support program expansion and stakeholder engagement.
  • Flexibility to work across different time zones and manage remote teams.
  • Develop and execute a comprehensive strategy for the expansion of to all 10 states with live paid leave programs
  • Set and monitor goals to increase paid leave claims and adoption rates and drive traffic to, ensuring alignment with Moms First’s mission and objectives.
  • Manage a cross-functional team of subject matter experts and agencies to ensure is hitting its goals
  • Support the Development team in meeting fundraising goals for to fund the program’s expansion.
  • With our product development agency, oversee the continuous improvement of the product, enhancing user experience and functionality based on feedback from user interviews and focus groups.
  • Drive the development and implementation of new features and educational prompts to better engage users and facilitate access to paid leave benefits.
  • With the Director of Digital Organizing, identify and manage best-in-class creative agencies to develop, produce, and execute education and awareness campaigns that drive traffic to and ultimately increase paid leave awareness and claims, particularly in underserved communities.
  • With the Director of Digital Organizing, mobilize Moms First’s network of supporters and grassroots advocates to amplify awareness campaigns and drive targeted action.
  • Forge partnerships with community-based organizations in health, job training, unions, disability benefits, and more to disseminate information about and build trust within diverse communities.
  • With the COO, develop and execute a strategy to partner with large employers of front-line workers to promote paid family leave benefits to their employees and provide necessary resources and guidance.
  • Oversee the evaluation and research efforts to measure the impact of on increasing paid leave claims and adoption rates.
  • Analyze data to assess the economic outcomes for families and communities, providing insights for continuous improvement and reporting to stakeholders.
  • In Year Two, identify an advocacy strategy and approach to build relationships at the state-level that leverages’s insights to expand and improve paid family leave policies, addressing affordability, increasing benefits, and streamlining application processes.

At Girls Who Code College Loop PSU, the focus on building a supportive and nurturing environment enables students interested in tech to thrive. By facilitating regular weekly meetings, the organization fosters a sense of community and belonging, essential for personal and professional growth in the tech industry. This emphasis on peer support and community engagement makes it an ideal place for students at Penn State to develop their skills and succeed in the tech field.

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, Pennsylvania



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