Empowering youth, families and communities with gender affirming services, training and research.

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We're Hiring

We are seeking inclusive and strong leadership under a new Director and a new Program Coordinator.

The ideal candidates would have deep roots in the TGNCNB community, be a skilled relationship-builder, and passionate about working with families of TGNCNB youth. If you are interested in applying, please click the links below.

Director, Gender & Family Project

The Director of GFP leads the program’s staff, constituents and service recipients toward GFP’s goals and mission: empowering transgender and non-binary youth, their families and communities with gender affirming clinical and group services; training and education; research and advocacy initiatives. Together with the AIF’s and GFP’s leadership, the Director of GFP is responsible for designing and implementing strategies aimed at the fiscal health of the program as well as its growing impact. The role includes the oversight of all fundraising, communications, service operations and management activities of the GFP and in partnership with other organizations.

Program Coordinator, Gender & Family Project

The Ackerman Institute for the Family’s Gender & Family Project is seeking a Program Coordinator to assist our work with transgender and gender expansive children, youth, and their families. The GFP Program Coordinator is a full time (40h/week) position from Monday to Friday. The position supports the Gender & Family Project at large, by overseeing client flow and managing administrative and office projects. While the position is key to the program at large, its emphasis is on supporting group, clinical, research and training services.