Win|Win Network (c3) and Win|Win Action (c4), affiliated entities, comprise a network of progressive organizations coming together to advance racial, social, and economic equity across the state of Washington through civic and political engagement. Our partners work together to build a new political landscape that inspires people, where individuals engage because they see themselves and their values reflected across our democracy. Win|Win is part of a network of progressive organizations in Washington State that are working toward a just and healthy democracy. We support our network with a solid infrastructure providing strategic coordination, data, analysis, research, and individual technical assistance to increase our ability to create change together.

We are a growing team that takes pride in building an organizational culture rooted in trust, collaboration, and learning, and established practice of using an anti-racist lens throughout all our work. We are committed to developing individual and team skills through our intentional culture of collaborative and Shared Leadership, and we value open communication and a healthy work/life balance. We strive to impact Washington’s political and civic landscape while making sure we have fun along the way. While Washington State has led the way in some areas of democracy, we still must work to increase reflective representation and open avenues to build trust among voters.

The Executive Director is a critical and visible role requiring a strategic and collaborative leader with strong management, operational, financial, and development experience. The Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Win|Win programs, fundraising, and the evolution of its mission. The Executive Director should be a strategic thinker and decision-maker with a knack for planning, leading systems change, cultivating a robust donor network, and advancing data-driven impact. The ideal candidate will be committed to supporting our network partners in their civic engagement, and efforts toward economic and social justice that build the power necessary for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) communities to lead and advance equity among people of color, young people, women, and low-income individuals.

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