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NAPAWF is the only organization focused on building power with AAPI women and girls to influence critical decisions that affect our lives, our families and our communities. Using a reproductive justice framework, we elevate AAPI women and girls to impact policy and drive systemic change in the United States.

NAPAWF was founded in 1996 to realize the vision of 100 AAPI women who recognized the need for an organization that would amplify AAPI women’s stories and experiences. Being seen and heard in the public narrative gives us the power to shape the policy and cultural change needed to gain agency over our lives, families, and communities.

Today, we are mobilizing and building power in cities across the United States to create social, political, and economic change for AAPI women and girls. We also show up in solidarity with other women of color who are experiencing injustice and harms of oppression and marginalization.

We use the Reproductive Justice lens to intersectionally address three core issues:

  • Reproductive Rights and Health
  • Economic Justice and Gender Equity
  • Immigration and Racial Justice


NAPAWF is seeking a seasoned, independent, and entrepreneurial senior community organizer in the Atlanta Metro area.

The Senior Georgia Organizing Manager is responsible for driving the NAPAWF Georgia chapter’s organizing strategy and initiatives. The Senior Georgia Organizing Manager will work to determine and implement campaign strategies and priorities in Georgia. They will build partnerships with a broad array of nonprofit organizations, faith-based leadership, movement allies, and community members to build power for AAPI women and girls around a reproductive, immigrant, and economic justice agenda.

The Senior Georgia Organizing Manager is responsible for supporting Georgia organizers to achieve organizing objectives and goals, and to achieve measurable campaign wins that demonstrate material change for AAPI women and girls. This position will grow our base and organizational capacity in Georgia, train local leadership and members, and develop and drive strong local and state campaigns.

An ideal candidate will have a proven track record of community or union organizing organizing, campaign strategy, development and execution, and supervision of multiple organizers and outreach staff. The candidate should demonstrate a commitment to social justice with a proven ability to juggle multiple projects at once, build strong coalitions, and mobilize grassroots leadership. The Senior Georgia Organizing Manager must be committed to getting results in a fast-paced environment and able to handle a unique and dynamic workload.


The Senior Georgia Organizing Manager is responsible for the following:

Campaign Management

  • Work closely with the Managing Director of Field Operations to identify, develop, and implement organizing opportunities and campaigns at the local and state level and strategically connect local campaigns to federal campaigns.
  • Develop and execute strategic campaigns, outreach, and work plans.
  • Identify opportunities and communities to expand NAPAWF’s work in Georgia, developing organizing objectives and goals, and seeking to align the Georgia portfolio within the broader organization.
  • Oversee and integrate NAPAWF’s civic and voter engagement work locally and statewide.
  • Assess campaign progress and viability, evaluate and adjust power-building efforts, and provide impact and progress reports to senior leadership weekly.
  • Own the management of internal systems (including but not limited to EveryAction and VAN) used by the Georgia organizing team to track base-building efforts, the expansion of our base, track campaign progress towards goals, and implement practices to ensure data integrity.
  • Coordinate with the policy team on national campaigns (ie HEAL), and lead the outreach strategy for Georgia.

Base Building and Leadership Development

  • Manage Georgia Organizers and the outreach team to conduct year-round organizing and base-building efforts, identify potential leaders, and develop new and existing leaders within the Georgia chapter to work on and eventually lead NAPAWF’s local, state, and federal issue advocacy campaigns, the reproductive justice movement, and in the AAPI community in Georgia.
  • Grow and deepen the Georgia base by increasing NAPAWF’s visibility and develop impact-focused organizing strategies.
  • Build programs to support, educate, and build the capacity of NAPAWF members and local/state partners to do advocacy work and effect change locally.

Partnerships and Coalitions

●    Cultivate and hold new and existing relationships with key local and state players, movement allies, and constituencies to advance the vision and mission of NAPAWF including with AAPI organizations, allies,  and within various coalitions and reproductive justice and civic engagement tables in Georgia.

  • Build a coalition with AAPI & ally organizations around a local AAPI reproductive justice agenda that is channeled through distinct and creative campaigns that catalyze political, social, and cultural change.
  • Conduct consistent one-on-ones with key partners and local leaders in order to shape the organizing strategy in Georgia.

Supervision and Training

  • Hire and supervise 1-2 Georgia-based organizers, and an outreach team (canvassers and phone bankers).
  • Responsible for supervising the day-to-day activities of the Georgia team, including regular check-ins to provide support and accountability, performance reviews with staff, and managing the team to meet goals and all reporting deadlines.
  • Manage and hold responsibility for the delegation and trajectory of work plans, projects, and programs.
  • Onboard and train Georgia organizers on NAPAWF’s organizing and membership engagement model, and identify ongoing opportunities for professional and leadership development of Georgia-based staff.

Leadership and Vision

  • Understand and can articulate the interests and needs among the diverse AAPI communities in Georgia to shape our organizing strategy and campaigns.
  • Build the strategic vision for NAPAWF’s work in Georgia to successfully build a strong base of AAPI women and girls to advance reproductive justice in Georgia at the local, state, and national levels.
  • Provide strategic leadership by identifying organizing campaign opportunities at the local and state level, and connecting these campaigns to NAPAWF’s federal campaigns and policy advocacy work.
  • Act as a media spokesperson for NAPAWF related to the Georgia program and project.

Other Responsibilities

  • Help the organization procure funding for Georgia state program funds, including prospecting, writing concept papers, and assisting the development staff with reports
  • Support the Development department in the development of effective relationships with donors and funders interested in NAPAWF’s work in Georgia, and in the development of or organizing objectives, metrics, and strategies as part of grant projects and proposals.
  • Responsible for good fiscal management of the Georgia budget, and ensures compliance with NAPAWF’s financial, employment, and operations policies in all aspects of the Georgia operation.
  • Performing duties, as necessary, as a member of the NAPAWF team.


The ideal candidate for this position excels in relationship-building is result-oriented and has strong project management skills. The candidate must also possess:

  • At least 3-5 years of staff management and supervision experience, setting goals, creating work plans, and ensuring accountability
  • At least 3-5 years of professional community, issue electoral organizing, union, and/or mobilization campaign experience
  • At least 3-5 years of prior experience in campaign planning and management and/or deep understanding of campaign tactics and strategies including how to write and execute a campaign plan
  • At least 3 years of VAN & EveryAction experience
  • Strategic leadership skills that are demonstrated in creative, solutions-oriented thinking and leadership and ability to always connect day-to-day with the big picture
  • A strong commitment to the issues of AAPI and/or immigrant women and girls, health, social justice and human rights
  • Experience and cultural competence working in communities of color in a social justice context
  • Strong organizational, communication, problem solving, project and people management skills
  • Experience in building and maintaining relationships with a diverse group of people, with a history of moving them to achieve a common goal
  • Experience in leading training or in workshop facilitation
  • Experience cultivating leaders or building relationships with existing and new people in the community
  • Experience with moving and motivating people to get out and vote on issues that directly impact their families and communities
  • Ability to work flexible hours and travel


The salary for this position is $85,000 commensurate with experience. A highly competitive benefits package includes a 401k plan, and medical, dental, and vision insurance. NAPAWF’s medical plan is covered by NAPAWF at 100% for employees and dependents with no out-of-pocket in-network costs, including visits, tests, prescription drug costs and more. Qualified dependents may also be covered. NAPAWF also offers full-time employees 15 days of vacation in the first year, sick leave, flexible spending program options, and personal/family leave as well as paid vacation between December 25th and January 1st of each year.


This position is based in the Atlanta Metro Area. It requires regularly being able to sit or stand and perform computer-based work, and occasional lifting may be required.  The person in this position should be able to engage in the diverse demands of the work, including the capacity to remain in a stationary position, operate a computer, and move about the office and outside of the office. They must have the capacity to work evening hours and/or weekends as required. This position is based in an office setting and in the field. Occasional travel is required.

NAPAWF is an equal-opportunity employer. We strongly encourage and seek applications from women, and people of color, including bilingual and bicultural individuals, as well as members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender communities. Applicants shall not be discriminated against because of race, religion, sex, national origin, ethnicity, age, disability, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, color, marital status, medical condition (cancer-related), or conditions Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and AIDS-related conditions (ARC). Reasonable accommodation will be made so that qualified disabled applicants may participate in the application process. Please advise in writing of special needs at the time of application.

This search is being lead by Austin George at NRG Consulting Group, please reaching out to  with questions.  We are looking to have a candidate in place before June 28, 2024.

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