The nonprofit civic association West Mt. Airy Neighbors is looking a new executive director.
Founded in 1958 to sustain West Mt. Airy as a racially integrated community, WMAN is committed to preserving and enhancing the quality of life in our richly diverse urban neighborhood. It provides a forum for community problem-solving and communications, encourages community engagement through events and activities, and facilitates neighbor input into proposed land-use planning and community development.
In this 20-25 hour/week position, the executive director works with residents and the WMAN Board of Directors, reporting to the board’s president.
The job posting says: “The ideal candidate is an energetic, passionate individual with non-profit executive leadership experience and demonstrated commitment to community engagement and organizing.”
For the full posting, and more info about West Mt. Airy Neighbors, visit the website at www.wman.net.