Are you a city parent? Then chances are, your life has been positively impacted by the work of the Downtown Baltimore Family Alliance — and now that group is looking for new leadership.
DBFA is currently seeking a new (part-time) Executive Director as they say goodbye to John Bullock, who is stepping down later this summer to focus on his candidacy for City Council. The Executive Director will report directly to the board president and will be responsible for leading the organization’s fundraising and advocacy efforts and manage DBFA’s day-to-day operations.
The mission of DBFA? To advocate for family-wise policies and quality education, fostering connectedness among downtown families, promoting the benefits of family life in the city, and fostering sustainable relationships with our members, area businesses, and local foundations. The organization is growing and currently governed by an 18-member board of directors.
Requirements include a bachelor’s degree or equivalent combination of education and relevant experience, fundraising and membership development skills, and advocacy experience along with a firm grasp on issues that impact families in Baltimore. You must be a Baltimore City resident to be considered.
Photo of the Bullock Family courtesy of the DBFA website