BIPOC Advocates Director

Our BIPOC Advocates Director oversees all BIPOC-related initiatives organized by PRISM. Comprised of people with lived experiences facing racial bias and discrimination, they also lead discussions based on race and the issues that come about from systemic oppression.

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The BIPOC Advocates Director oversees our BIPOC Advocates Task Force. Currently, this is an unpaid volunteer position.


What you get: An opportunity to make a difference in the LGBT community, improve your leadership skills, a chance to make an impact, and a new experience to add to your resume.


Responsibilities:

  • Develop and oversee the operations of the BIPOC Advocates Task Force

  • Lead discussions on race and systemic oppression, centering the lived experiences of participants

  • Faciliate turning group discussions into action by advocating within and outside of PRISM for change to benefit BIPOC

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with leading substantive and actionable discussions on diversity, equity, and inclusion

  • Experience or education in topics relating to race and anti-racism (racial studies, black history, Latinx history, AAPI history, etc.)