The Aspen Leadership Group is proud to partner with The Fuller
Project in the search for a Director of Development.
Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer, the Director of
Development will direct The Fuller Project's expanding fundraising
program including focusing on building the individual giving
program and supporting and managing a growing institutional giving
program. In partnership with the Chief Executive Officer, the
Director of Development will nurture a culture of philanthropy that
supports The Fuller Project's organizational and newsroom
priorities while leveraging the talent of its staff and board. The
Director of Development will apply a diversity, equity, inclusion,
and belonging lens to all internal and external activities while
expanding the organization's community of supporters.
The Fuller Project is the global nonprofit newsroom dedicated to
groundbreaking journalism about women to raise awareness, expose
injustice, and spur accountability. Its vision is journalism that
fully represents all women, giving readers The Full Story,
and spurring gender equality.
The Fuller Project was founded on the belief that news coverage
must represent the views of all individuals. When it does,
journalism can fulfill its promise of helping to create a fully
informed citizenry. Journalism has the power to inform, to expose
abuses of power and human rights, and to inspire urgent action. Yet
when the voices, stories, and perspectives of women are
disproportionately left out, the result is reporting that
Today, women are still underrepresented in news, especially those
facing race and identity bias. This has been true for centuries and
progress has been slow. As a result, the barriers and harms that
women face are often considered tangential—instead of central to
the security, economic, legal, environmental, and other issues
societies face each day.
Through investigative and enterprise reporting about women, and by
fostering a committed community of editors, The Fuller Project
disrupts bias and redefines traditional news. With deeply sourced
newsgathering and vivid storytelling, The Fuller Project works to
provide a more nuanced understanding of global, U.S., and local
news by incorporating diverse perspectives. It centers its
investigative and enterprise journalism on women’s lived
experiences, especially those whose stories are most often unheard
in mainstream news, to reveal patterns of discrimination and
The Fuller Project brings journalism about women to millions of
readers in the United States and around the world through legacy
and local media partnerships. These editorial partnerships foster a
community of journalists dedicated to inclusive coverage, drawing
on expertise about the interconnected issues that affect women,
gender-diverse people, and whole societies. The reporting aims to
give readers a new understanding and better equip them to challenge
harmful conventions that have historically limited rights. At least
five years of professional experience in nonprofit organizations
with demonstrated success in a development function (managing and
forging relationships with multiple donor sources), preferably on a
national level, is required for this position.
All applications must be accompanied by a cover letter and résumé.
Cover letters should reflect a commitment to a fully representative
press that spurs gender equity, consistent with the mission of The
The salary for this position is $125,000 annually.
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