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Thank you to 2017 Spring Campaign Donors!

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We exceeded our goal of raising $25,000 and raised $30,000 for LGBTQ low-income senior housing! From April to May 10 amazing LGBTQ and allied leaders met with community members to educate and raise support for Allyship’s work in advocating for LGBTQ low-income housing in Seattle and King County.

LGBTQ Allyship wants to thank the amazing donors of our Housing Spring Campaign:

Bob Hasegawa  ::  Brady Walkinshaw  ::  Calvin Jen

Christian Metcalfe  ::  Coastal Kitchen  ::  Dagmar Cronn

Dale Bright  ::  Dave Upthegrove  ::   David Haack

Debbie Carlsen  ::  Deborah Terry-Hays  ::  Elissa Goss

Emma Moreno  ::  Entre Hermanos  :  Felipe Rodriguez-Flores

Fred Swanson  ::  Jennifer White  ::  Joshua Wallace

Katie Garrow  ::  Lauren Craig  ::  Lisa Karl

Lois Thetford  ::  Marcos Martinez  ::  Matias Valenzuela

Michael Maddux  ::  Nicole Grant ::  Nicole Marci

Paulina Lvov  ::  Peter Hasegawa  ::  Pramilia Jayapal

Rebecca Edmonds  ::  Redwolf Painter  ::  Reiny Cohen

Robin Wyss  ::  Ryan Honnen  ::  Sally Friedman

Sam Keller  ::  Sara Jaye Sanford  ::  Sarah Jen

Sarah Sumadi  ::  Seattle Foundation  ::  Shaun Bickley

Vicente Barraza  ::  Whitney Fraser  ::  William Stacy


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Allyship is Hiring a Housing Organizer!

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Job Title: Housing Justice Organizer

Job Location: Seattle, Washington

Position Type: part-time, 15 hours a week + goal to increase hours to full-time

Contact: Debbie Carlsen

Email: debbie@allyship.org

LGBTQ Allyship is a nonprofit located in the Central Area serving over 2700 constituents by advocating for LGBTQ economic equity, housing, reducing youth homelessness and access to democracy justice in Seattle and south King County. We build community power through leadership development, advocacy and community organizing. Allyship leads the LGBTQ Social Justice Leadership Institute to build LGBTQ grassroots leaders in south Seattle and South King County.

Our mission: LGBTQ Allyship builds power among LGBTQ communities and allies in Washington State to work towards economic, racial, and gender justice. We do this through community organizing, education, advocacy, and developing grassroots leadership in solidarity with other marginalized communities. 

LGBTQ Allyship Housing Justice Organizer

Job Description: The Housing Justice Organizer will lead coordination details of Allyship’s LGBTQ Social Justice Leadership Institute on housing equity – including speaker, food, venue, outreach, materials and agenda coordination. The Organizer will help prepare, research and advocate at the city, county and statewide level around housing policies ie. Housing Levy and HALA recommendations, Move-In Fees Ordinance and other housing renter’s rights policies. This will include GOTV and voter registration for the Primary and general elections. She/he/they will build community storytellers around LGBTQ housing equity. The Housing Justice Organizer will lead the logistics and outreach for Allyship’s Fall LGBTQ Intergenerational Conference on housing equity.

The Housing Justice Organizer will help build leadership and community power within low-income LGBTQ elder/senior communities and help expand and strengthen our housing justice work in South King County.

They will also lead our Democracy Justice work and continue to build our Storytelling Project.

Housing Justice Work:

  • Research housing policies at city and county level
  • Staff Allyship’s LGBTQ Housing Justice Committee
  • Coordinate Statewide Advocacy Day in Olympia
  • Organize logistics of LGBTQ Housing Equity Leadership Institute
  • Identify, recruit and build leadership for Leadership Institute in 2017
  • Build community leaders to share their stories at the city, county and state level around housing
  • Coordinate the completion of our Report from our 2017 Housing Justice Survey
  • Distribute and organize around Allyship’s 2017 Housing Justice Report
  • Recruit organizing committee for Intergenerational Housing Conference
  • Coordinate logistics of speakers, presenters, artists for Housing conference
  • Coordinate outreach for conference
  • Attend coalition meetings
  • Communication – FB, Twitter, email sometimes website advancing Allyship’s LGBTQ Housing Justice narrative

Build Allyship’s Storysharing Project:

  • Identify, recruit and build leadership for Storysharing Project
  • Coordinate volunteers to share their stories
  • Coordinate volunteers to interview storysharers
  • Coordinate logistics and scheduling of interviews
  • Other program and administrative duties

Democracy Justice Work:

  • Register voters and lead GOTV activities
  • Staff Democracy Justice Committee
  • Build leadership of LGBTQ members around democracy justice
  • Coordinate events around Democracy Vouchers
  • Outreach and present around Democracy Vouchers to the community
  • Data entry

This position reports directly to the executive director.

Job Qualifications:

  • Familiar with South King County
  • Experience with working with LGBTQ older communities and elders
  • Familiar with housing advocacy
  • Experience with leadership development in marginalized communities
  • Experience in event planning.
  • Community outreach experience.
  • Ability to track and report data in Allyship’s database.
  • Experience with leading a project and achieving deliverables.
  • Able to lead and accomplish tasks.
  • Familiar with Microsoft Office.
  • Excellent Communicator to community and amongst staff.
  • Experience with managing projects.
  • Excellent writing skills
  • Excellent facilitating skills
  • Excellent public speaking skills
  • Self-starter
  • Able to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Experience coordinating with government agencies, community organizations and staff.
  • Responsible, accountable and able to demonstrate attention to detail.
  • Experience with WordPress and social media – including Twitter, Facebook, Youtube, and Constant Contact.
  • Familiarity with Google Drive and Google Docs

Requirements:

  • Has own laptop
  • Experience as a Community Organizer
  • Familiarity with queer, trans, gender non-binary, low-income, people of color, homeless youth and immigrant communities, cultures and organizations.
  • Believes in gender, racial and economic justice.
  • Willingness to work from home.
  • Has own car or able to travel easily
  • Able to start immediately
  • Willingness to work evenings and weekends.

Salary: Starts at $18/hour with health stipend, retirement benefits, generous paid vacation and Personal Time Off benefits.

Please send resume and cover letter to Debbie Carlsen, Executive Director, at debbie@allyship.org, by March 31st, 2017.

*This position starts at 15 hours a week and we plan for this position to grow. Therefore, Allyship is looking for candidates who have the flexibility to increase their hours.


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Allyship is Hiring a Video Editor

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Job Title: Video Editor

Job Location: Seattle, Washington

Position Type: Contractor, 10 hours of Editing at $75/hour

Contact: Debbie Carlsen

Email: debbie@allyship.org

LGBTQ Allyship is a nonprofit located in the Central Area serving over 2600 constituents by advocating for LGBTQ economic equity, housing, reducing youth homelessness and access to affordable health care in Seattle and south King County. We build community power through leadership development, advocacy and community organizing. Allyship leads the LGBTQ Social Justice Leadership Institute to build LGBTQ grassroots leaders in south Seattle and South King County.

 

Our mission: LGBTQ Allyship builds power among LGBTQ communities and allies in Washington State to work towards economic, racial, and gender justice. We do this through community organizing, education, advocacy, and developing grassroots leadership in solidarity with other marginalized communities.

Job Description: The Video Editor will edit a training video on Seattle Labor Standards based on a presentation/workshop at Allyship’s LGBTQ POC led Workers’ Rights workshop on October 8th. The Video Editor will work with the executive director on the concept and storyboard. They will create a finished product of 5 to 7 minute training video with music, titles and graphics. The Video Editor will also create 20 training videos on DVD’s.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  • Manipulate and edit video pieces in a way that is invisible to the audience
  • Work with executive director on the overall direction of the project
  • Trim footage segments and put together the sequence of the video
  • Input music, graphics and effects
  • Create rough and final cuts
  • Ensure logical sequencing and smooth running
  • Consult with stakeholders throughout post-production process
  • Use Industry’s best practices to maximize efficiency

 

 

Job Qualifications:

  • Proven work experience as a video editor
  • Solid experience with editing software packages ie. Premiere, Final Cut Pro
  • Demonstrate video editing ability with a strong portfolio
  • Creative mind and storytelling skills.

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Requirements:

  • Has own editing equipment
  • Ability to capture Mini Dv’s to computer
  • Ability to write DVD’s
  • Ability to upload video to YouTube
  • Knowledge of LGBTQ communities

 

Salary: $75/hour for 10 hours of editing.

Please send resume and cover letter to Debbie Carlsen, Executive Director, at debbie@allyship.org, by September 15th, 2016.


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