Activation and Outreach Manager


Girls inc.

  • Job type:Job
  • Experience level:0-5 years
  • Organisation type:Philanthropy
  • Remote option:Not Specified
  • Right to work requirements:Right to work required in advance
  • Salary: Not Disclosed
  • Work schedule:Full-time
  • Length of contract:Permanent
  • Deadline:02/02/2023
  • Location:United States , Washington
Child protection/ Children’s rights
Summary: The Girls Inc. Public Policy Office seeks a full-time Activation and Outreach Manager to advance our advocacy work improving girls’ rights and opportunities, with particular attention to building advocacy capacity and engagement of our 76 Girls Inc. affiliates.


  •  Support and expand Girls Inc. affiliate engagement in advocacy at the federal, state, and local levels;
  •  Determine the advocacy training and partnership needs of Girls Inc. affiliates through ongoing relationship building, data collection, and other vehicles;
  •  Working collaboratively internally, arrange and conduct trainings to build advocacy capacity of the Girls Inc. affiliate network, including both adult and girl advocacy skills and substantive knowledge of policy issues;
  •  Develop resources such as policy briefs, fact sheets, talking points, toolkits, and other materials for dissemination to Girls Inc. affiliates and other advocates (as well as policy makers, the media, and partner organizations, as appropriate);
  •  Co-manage national youth advocacy program (Girls Inc. Teen Advocacy Council), help organize a girl-led Hill day, and develop ideas for program expansion;
  •  Support Girls Inc. affiliates’ development of Teen Advocacy Councils through leadership of grants provided by the National office.
  •  Provide strategic support for Girls Inc. affiliate-level advocacy projects as needed;
  •  Develop advocacy content for e-newsletters, for our website, and blog posts, among other vehicles;
  •  Develop and implement issue campaigns for external audiences;
  •  Collaborate and build relationships with coalition partners as appropriate;
  •  Represent Girls Inc. at events and in meetings as needed; and
  •  Carry out other duties as assigned by the Director of Public Policy.


  •  3 to 5 years leading direct and indirect advocacy work (Federal level is preferred).
  •  Bachelor’s degree.
  •  Highly collaborative.
  •  3 to 5 years supporting, coaching communities/institutions to pursue change through advocacy.
  •  Experience in facilitation and producing educations material is highly desirable.
  •  Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Grant experience is a plus.

Additional Qualifications

  •  Awareness of gender equity, youth development, and social justice issues.
  •  Must be able to appreciate, embrace and advance diversity and adhere to all Girls Inc. Organizational Values, which are:

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