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Program Director

me too. International

Organizational Summary

The ‘me too.’ Movement was founded in 2006 to help survivors of sexual violence find pathways to healing. Our vision is to address both the dearth in resources for survivors of sexual violence and to build a community of advocates, driven by survivors, who will be at the forefront of creating solutions to interrupt sexual violence in their communities. Because of the viral #metoo hashtag, a vital conversation about sexual violence has been thrust into the national dialogue. What started as local grassroots work has expanded to reach a global community of survivors from all walks of life and helped to de-stigmatize the act of surviving by highlighting the breadth and impact of a sexual violence worldwide.

Position Summary

‘me too.’ seeks a thoughtful, dynamic, and experienced senior manager to become its Program Director in charge of all in-person and digital program work. Reporting to the Chief Operations Officer, the Program Director will contribute to the growth of ‘me too.’ programs and other special projects in a vibrant and collaborative environment. They will maintain strong and collaborative teams, ensure alignment toward shared goals, oversee the execution of programs, and work with various content experts to administer and pilot programs.

The principal goal for the Program Director is to unite, align, and inspire the program team to provide high quality, effective, trauma-informed programs to both diverse and specific populations of survivors. They will work closely with the executive team to grow the scope, impact, and sustainability of ‘me too.’ programs. The Program Director also oversees and liaises amongst multiple contractors, as well as between programs and communications. This position is new to ‘me too.’ in its current structure, and will have primary responsibility for the launch, positioning and visibility of programs, measurement and evaluation of outcomes, and ensuring the scope of programs is in sync with available resources.

Duties and Responsibilities

    • Collaborate with Executive Director around vision for the programmatic landscape

    • Launch and oversee ‘me too.’s online and in-person healing and organizing programs

    • Supervise program team, enabling them to deliver programs, fulfill their job descriptions, and achieve professional growth

    • Ensure that the program team is managing integrated, collaborative, and effective program development and delivery across the organization

    • Develop curricula and innovative special programs

    • Collaborate with Chief Operations Officer to ensure organizational policies are created, implemented and enforced uniformly across programs staff and with contractors, and ensure that program is compliant with our fiscal policies and practices

    • Collaborate with Chief Communications Officer to produce materials and toolkits for websites and partners

    • Plan and facilitate cross-departmental meetings

    • Develop and monitor measurement and evaluation systems

    • Ensure that all grant deliverables are met and any data collection/grant reporting is completed

    • Maximize visibility and impact of ‘me too.’ programs by building capacity of program staff, and facilitating links between communications and program staff to capture storytelling and scope and availability of services

    • In partnership with Founder and Executive Director, conduct program planning in light of fiscal sustainability and organizational health

    • Foster a feedback-rich culture of learning, appreciation, and improvement


    • Experience working with survivors of sexual violence, communities of color, and underserved communities is required

    • 5+ years of experience in program development concentrated in trauma-centered service delivery and sexual violence is preferred

    • 3+ years of managerial experience working in a highly collaborative start-up environment, considering organization-wide issues and projects

    • Social work, MSW, MA, LCSW, LMSW, Ph.D. or related degree is preferred

    • Familiarity with database and digital classrooms systems useful

    • Demonstrated ability to support staff (directly and indirectly) who have or are serving populations that have experienced trauma

    • Ability to excel with ease, and produce quickly and efficiently, in a remote, decentralized office environment

    • Excellent oral and written communication skills

    • Strong organizational and time-management skills; high level of attention to detail; demonstrated ability to assess, delegate, prioritize, and manage multiple projects at once

    • Experience monitoring, evaluating, and improving program outcomes

Leadership Qualities

    • Demonstrate mastery of the overall subject matter

    • Maintain a commitment to self and team reflection

    • Lead by example and model a high bar for performance

    • Operate with the best interests of all teams and the organization in mind

    • Be ready to take advantage of unexpected opportunities, push work forward through obstacles, and adapt quickly as things change

    • Ensure analysis and decision-making reflect an anti-oppression and trauma-informed analysis

    • Foster a culture of trust, feedback, employee wellness, and levity

    • Promote policies and culture in which staff, contractors and survivors can thrive

Hours, Salary, and Benefits

This is a full-time, remote position, with 30% travel required (depending on location). Starting salary is $80,000-$85,000 per year. Employee healthcare coverage is active after 60 days. Three-month probationary period.

Application Procedure

Please complete this form and submit the documents listed below. If you have any questions, please email with “Program Director” in the subject line.

    • Cover letter
    • Resume
    • Writing Sample (please share something of a relevant topic)


‘me too.’ is an equal opportunity employer. Racial, ethnic, religious, and sexual minorities, as well as persons with disabilities, are encouraged to apply.