LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR OPENING HERE.
The Public Relations Consultant is responsible for advancing and managing the public messaging for the Foundation to promote awareness and support for the Foundation amongst our stakeholders (student midwives, midwives, consumers of midwifery care, policy makers committed to improving maternity care in California)
APPLICATION OPEN: CNMF Seeking BOD Treasurer
The California Nurse-Midwives Foundation is working to expand and grow our Board in order to do the important work we intend to accomplish in 2023 and beyond. We are currently looking for a Treasurer to serve on the Board of Directors. We are seeking a candidate who is passionate about birth equity and working with others to collaborate and assist with creative solutions; and someone who is excited to move the Foundation forward.
The vision of the California Nurse-Midwives Foundation is to revolutionize health care delivery in California by ensuring access to high-quality, high-value maternity care for every person, whenever they need it, wherever they are.
Our current initiatives include:
- Growth and Sustainability of the organization
- Addressing the CA Midwifery Preceptor Crisis
- SB 1237 Implementation
- Anti-Racism work within the CNM workforce
- Student and Community Midwifery Scholarships
Our current Board of Directors is composed of CNMs. We will prioritize BIPOC midwives and midwifery care consumers who bring their lived experience in order to better guide our funding initiatives and projects.
If interested, please apply here.
If you are interested in joining us, please submit an application by November 17th by midnight. Applicants who move forward to the next stage will be contacted on a rolling basis to schedule an interview by November 19th. New board members will start their term on December 1st. We ask for an initial two-year commitment in this leadership role, as time flies in the organization. We are excited to read your application!
Please go to Californianursemidwivesfoundation.org to learn more about our Mission and Goals. All of our work is grounded in improving maternal health outcomes by addressing disparities in outcomes and inequities in care for individuals and families.