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Associate Director of Operations and Technology

Associate Director of Operations and Technology

JOB DESCRIPTION: The role of the Associate Director of Operations and Technology position is designed to be a collaborative one and builds upon the collaborative culture within the departments and in the organization. The Associate Director will work report to the Senior Director of Operations and Finance and be responsible for the analysis, design, planning, implementation, and maintenance of all facets of technology and operational matters.  This position provides the strategy, leadership, and day-to-day management of operations, infrastructure, software, hardware, networks, and physical and cyber security at the national and state levels for NLIRH. They will be responsible for conveying instructions and sensitive information directly to all departments and staff. The clarity of these communications will determine how effectively tasks are executed in the department and throughout NLIRH.
 
POSITION LOCATION: New York City 

Job Open Date: 
Wednesday, November 6, 2019 to Friday, November 6, 2020

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Diana Salas

Diana Y Salas serves as the Senior Director of Community Engagement Programs. She has nearly 15 years of experience as an organizer, advocate, researcher and manager.  She was born in Ecuador and raised in NYC, and works to be in service of movements that center strong grassroots leadership of women of color, particularly immigrants and Latinas.

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Melissa Garcia

Melissa Garcia serves as the Senior Director of Operations and Finance at the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health where she is responsible for operations, compliance, human resources and financial integrity as NLIRH continues to expand nationally.​

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Sarah Marrara

Sarah Marrara serves as the Database Manager at the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health in the New York office.

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Karina Garcia

Karina Garcia serves as the Associate Director of Education for the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health in the New York office. Karina is responsible for developing and implementing best practices for adult learning to create curricular resources that build leadership and organizing capacity of local activists, particularly within our Latina Advocacy Networks (LANs), and forward the mission of NLIRH in building Latina Power.

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Elizabeth Estrada

Elizabeth Estrada serves as the New York Field and Advocacy Manager at the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health. Previously, she served as the Civic Engagement Manager, a National Field Coordinator and Florida Field Organizer at NLIRH, where she organized to raise the voices of Latinas in Florida for policy change at all levels of government on issues that impact their lives, women’s health care and other social justice issues. 

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