Join our Team
AAPI Women Lead is a community-based intergenerational organization
that strengthens the progressive social and political power of
Asian and Pacific Islander communities in the United States through the leadership of
AAPI women, girls, and gender-expansive communities. Our goal is to end racial and gender violence against communities. We do this work in solidarity with other communities of color.
Through community-driven research, education, and advocacy; movement-building workshops; healing justice and collective care work; and our conferences, we provide platforms for Asian and Pacific Islander women, girls, and our gender-expansive communities to build upon histories of resistance and to further mobilize towards progressive social change. Our work encourages our communities to tell their stories, to heal, and to organize for the end of violence against and within our communities.
Who We Are:
Our team is built on the principles of transformative justice and collective responsibility. We work with individuals to build a new and different world where our communities are seen, heard, This growing dynamic team is looking for energetic, passionate team members to join as we embark on this journey of hope, healing and solidarity. Come join us on this adventure!
AAPI Women Lead is also committed to diversity and encourages survivors of violence and/or individuals from historically underrepresented communities to apply. AAPI Women Lead does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, disability, prior contact with the criminal justice system, or those who are/have been systems-impacted and anyone who has experienced systemic oppression and/or gendered violence.
We have no current openings at this time. Please check back later for any updates!
AAPI Women Lead prioritizes competitive salary and benefit packages for employees including non-traditional perks:
Be part of a team doing groundbreaking transformative justice work by providing research, education and community building on racial and gendered violence as they impact Asian, Native Hawaiin and Pacific Islander communities.
Professional development, including PAR training and conference attendance;
Access to ongoing physical and mental health resources and an organizational culture that is focused on healing through a wellness stipend;
Access to radial educational, knowledge and practice with the opportunity to advocacy for systemic change;
Access to an extensive network of educators, healers, social justice organizations, and more.
Flexible holiday schedule
Flexible menstrual leave for people with uterus
An annual tech stipend