The Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism is pleased to announce a national search for an executive director. We look forward to discovering a passionate, visionary leader who embodies FAIR’s values and is dedicated to building a strong organization and community that will serve our mission.
Our Current Stage of Organizational Development
FAIR is an organization launched in 2021 with a huge amount of momentum. It is one of the only nonprofits in the country dedicated to a nonpartisan, humanistic approach to cultural bridge-building. FAIR’s mission is to promote a common culture based on fairness, understanding, and humanity in education, healthcare, the arts, and our culture at large. In the three years since its inception, FAIR has attracted tens of thousands of people from all backgrounds and political persuasions dedicated to helping the organization grow and thrive. …
The Foundation Against Racism & Intolerance (FAIR) hosts a full-time summer internship program for highly motivated and open-minded undergraduate students.
Ideal candidates value curiosity, compassion, and courage, have excellent communication and leadership skills, and show a passion for FAIR’s pro-human values and vision. This internship provides students with real-world experience in a non-partisan, dynamic, and mission-driven organization, while also empowering students to become ambassadors for FAIR’s mission. See what Summer 2022 Interns have to say about their experience below.
The internship is fully remote, except for an in-person orientation during the first week of the internship. Over the course of the internship, interns attend weekly all-hands meetings and work with a specific team to assist with new and ongoing projects. As a cohort, interns attend lunch & learns and seminars with thought leaders who promote our pro-human mission. Interns are expected to return to campus with a plan for bringing FAIR’s mission and approach to their respective colleges and universities.
The Foundation Against Intolerance and Racism (FAIR) seeks a Chief Financial Officer.
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) reports to the Executive Director and has primary responsibility to oversee and direct financial, accounting, and investment activities in support of the organization’s strategy. The CFO ensures sound financial management and investment practices that support organizational growth, financial stability, and goals. The CFO ensures compliance with relevant laws and tax obligations, and manages organizational risks and liabilities. The CFO partners with Fundraising to identify, establish, and maintain funds, and to provide services that meet donors’ philanthropic goals.
Our door is open to anyone interested in volunteering their time to further FAIR’s mission. At the moment, we are particularly interested in volunteers with marketing, communications, research, or administrative experience. Please contact us if you would like to volunteer in any capacity.