Board Member: Director of Justice, Equity, and Belonging
Northwest Animal Rights Network (NARN)
United States, Worldwide
Campaigns, corporate engagement, or volunteer management
About the Role
The Director of Justice, Equity, and Belonging (JEB) is responsible for advancing JEB within the context of animal rights advocacy. This role is dedicated to ensuring that animal welfare and rights initiatives are inclusive, fair, and considerate of diverse perspectives and communities. The JEB Director collaborates with stakeholders to promote an inclusive and equitable environment within the animal rights movement and to address systemic biases in the animal advocacy movement. All board members positions are carried out by dedicated volunteers.
Develop, implement, and evaluate JEB strategies that align with the mission and goals of NARN and the larger intersectional animal rights movement.
Advocate for the inclusion and representation of marginalized communities in animal rights efforts.
Design, deliver, and facilitate events that promote understanding of the intersectionality of animal rights and social justice issues.
Collaborate with the Director of Advocacy to review and refine policies, campaigns, and practices to ensure they are inclusive, just, and equitable, and align with NARN’s JEB principles.
Establish partnerships with social justice organizations, diverse communities, and animal rights groups to promote collaborative efforts and shared goals.
Develop and execute campaigns and initiatives that promote JEB within the context of animal rights advocacy.
Work with NARN board to ensure organizational compliance with JEB principles, including internal and external initiatives.
If you are interested in joining the Board please submit an application here: https://narn.org/board-application/
About the Organisation
The Northwest Animal Rights Network advocates for the rights of all sentient beings—the right to choose, to be free from oppression and exploitation—by pursuing campaigns, facilitating education, and connecting Pacific Northwest organizations
Our efforts include outreach, demonstrations, litigation, and educational events. We also advocate that veganism is the best and most consistent way to respect the lives of animals; by rejecting the support of products and companies that deny them their inherent rights to live a life of freedom and fulfillment of their interests, it is the living practice of animal rights.