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Native Americans in Philanthropy is dedicated to increasing and nurturing Indigenous representation in the philanthropic sector. With that in mind, the opportunities on our Job Board fit one of the following criteria:    

  1. The position is within a philanthropic or nonprofit organization 
  2. The position itself is philanthropic in nature and/or focuses on roles essential to or valued by the philanthropic sector i.e. fundraising, grantmaking, gift processing or development, donor relations, nonprofit management and/or administration, social justice, equity, conservation, etc.  

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NOTE: Positions marked as "Featured" are either Native-focused roles or based at organizations focused on Native communities.

Executive Director

In4All Oregon $100,000-$150,000
Executive Full Time

Job Details

In4All has a mission to mobilize community, bringing local businesses and schools together to provide real world, hands-on learning experiences that expand opportunities for students who are historically underserved to engage in their education and aspire to careers in fields they might not otherwise consider possible.

Since 1984, we have been investing in education in Oregon with innovative programs that connect students with careers. In4All’s programs provide opportunities to students that help them make informed decisions about their future. We partner local businesses with neighborhood schools to generate student interest in science and math, and careers in STEAM. Our students build upon existing skills and acquire new skills needed to continue being socially active citizens who can use scientific and mathematical thinking to solve real world problems.

Our engagement model allows us to connect with students who have been historically underserved at multiple points through their K-12 education, impacting their ability to overcome historically marginalizing barriers.

Our Work

  • Starts with classroom activities in elementary school that spark an interest in math and science, two subjects that are key indicators of future success;
  • In middle school, we use design-thinking methodology to engage eighth graders in solving problems that have relevance to them in their community;
  • Finally, we are working with alternative high schools to create experiences that help students connect learning with their future.

We are looking for a leader who is passionate about changing the narrative of Oregon students who are historically underserved. Our new Executive Director will be a visionary leader with a passion and commitment to equity, inclusion and belonging on the personal and organizational levels. They will know how to establish and maintain effective relationships with leaders and decision makers in education and industry spaces while earning their trust and respect.

Our ideal candidate is strategic with an ability to act creatively and inclusively in fundraising efforts for organization sustainability and growth. Developing leaders excites them – they care about mobilizing a board, staff and community leaders around closing the gap for students who are excluded. Our ideal candidate is a thoughtful listener and an excellent communicator who can represent In4All to a variety of audiences and communities. Our next Executive Director will also understand that one of the most important parts of any effective organization is a supported and well-resourced staff team. Our Executive Director will have the courage and creativity to listen to, invest in, and lead this team with conviction, compassion, and heart.

You Are An:

  • Engaging and confident leader who can bring vision and strategic thinking to the role and the work;
  • Experienced nonprofit professional who is adept at team-building and staff engagement;
  • Experienced manager who is excited by the opportunity to work in a small organization with a commitment to learning and growth, to enhance systems and practices for continual improvement;
  • Adept professional with a commitment to and passion for education and serving youth;and
  • Engaging communicator who can build relationships with various communities and represent the organization to external audiences.


  • Personal humility and self-awareness who can foster a culture of openness and inclusivity while also encouraging challenging conversations and problem-solving;
  • A demonstrated commitment to equity, inclusion, diversity and belonging;
  • Past success working and partnering with a Board of Directors to collectively lead the organization to continued success and growth;and
  • Solid fundraising and development experience including grant-writing skills and grants management.

If that’s you, here’s what we can offer:

  • An expected salary of $100,000 (dependent upon experience) and a generous benefits package (Medical, Dental, Vision, Retirement;
  • Unlimited PTO; 6 weeks paid time off during organization closure that follows the Beaverton School District’s calendar.);
  • A committed, talented team that believes in the value and purpose of our organization and works hard to move our mission forward;
  • An engaged, talented, and motivated Board of Directors who supports the work of In4All;
  • Considerable opportunity to put your creativity and ideas to good use. We are a vital and valued organization poised for growth; we need your ideas and your help to create the right structure and foundation for success; and
  • An organizational culture that values the individuality of each team member, plays to the strengths of each individual, and is devoted to creating limitless possibilities for the students we serve.

What You Will Do

The Executive Director provides leadership and direction to the organization in realizing its mission and advancing its vision for students in Oregon. The Executive Director will play a pivotal role in building partnerships, driving strategic initiatives, and ensuring that In4All's programs embody its core values of equity, inclusion, access, shared responsibility, responsiveness to diversity, and accountability for impact.

Strategic Leadership

Develop and execute a strategic vision that aligns with In4All’s mission, vision, and values. Lead the organization in fostering collaboration between industry and education, emphasizing shared responsibility for engaging students facing barriers rooted in historical marginalization.

Partnership Building

Establish and maintain strong relationships with industry partners, educational institutions, and other stakeholders, ensuring alignment with In4All’s values. Collaborate with businesses, schools, and community organizations to expand the reach and impact of In4All’s programs, particularly in addressing issues of race, class, gender, disability, sexual orientation, and other historically marginalizing factors.

Program Development and Implementation

Oversee the design and execution of programs that align with the values of equity, inclusion, and access, providing hands-on learning experiences for underserved students. Ensure that programs contribute to increased student engagement and empowerment, with a focus on breaking down barriers and expanding career possibilities.

Fundraising and Financial Management

In partnership with the board and staff, develop and implement a comprehensive fundraising strategy that reflects In4All’s commitment to equity and access. Manage the organization's budget effectively, ensuring financial sustainability and responsible use of resources in line with shared responsibility principles.

Administration + Operations

Oversee all aspects of running a healthy and thriving non-profit organization through collaborative leadership of staff, Board, and volunteers, while ensuring an equitable and inclusive environment that supports the health, safety, and satisfaction of staff, and community.

Community Engagement

Represent In4All in the community, promoting awareness of the organization’s mission and values. Foster a sense of community among volunteers, students, and partners, emphasizing responsiveness to diversity and shared benefits.

Advocacy and Outreach

Act as a spokesperson for In4All, advocating for the importance of shared responsibility and equity in student success. Engage in outreach efforts to raise awareness about the organization’s impact on creating a future of limitless possibilities for all students.

Board Collaboration

Work closely with the Board of Directors, providing regular updates on organizational activities and progress. Collaborate with the Board of Directors to leverage their expertise and networks for the benefit of In4All’s mission and goals. Partner with the Board of Directors and committees of the Board to ensure programs align with the organizational goals and are responsive to the needs of diverse communities.

Where You Will Work

All of our team members work in a hybrid situation at the moment. Staff are in the office depending on the program cycle. During peak programming all team members, including the ED, go into the schools to support the co-learners and students as well as participate in program-related activities with industry partners on their premises.



  • BS/BA or the equivalent combination of education and professional and/or lived experience with a minimum of three years’ experience managing a non-profit. Experience managing operations in the for-profit sector will be considered. (Master’s degree preferred)
  • Experience managing, coaching, and supporting diverse teams, including evaluating job performances of staff.
    • Demonstrated success in financial management and fundraising, including individual and corporate gifts and grant writing, reflecting values of equity and shared responsibility.
  • Evidence of leading others to embody the behaviors of accomplice/ally to communities, groups and individuals who are marginalized based on race, class, gender, gender identity, ability and other factors.
  • Experience in program development and management, preferably in the field of education or youth empowerment.
  • Passion for the mission of In4All and a commitment to advancing the organization's vision for a future of limitless possibilities.

Expertise and skills

  • Flexibility, confidence and the ability to work in a small, growing organization as an effective leader and productive participant in communication and decision-making;
  • Ability to foster a culture of openness and inclusivity while also encouraging challenging conversations and problem-solving;
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to build and maintain effective relationships with diverse stakeholders.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal skills.
  • Past success working with a Board of Directors with the ability to cultivate existing board member relationships

Physical Demands and Work Environment

  • All positions at In4All must meet Oregon school vaccination requirements.
  • This position will be required to perform job duties outside of the office on some weekdays (for meetings, classroom visits, networking, presentations), and occasionally evenings/weekends (business co-learner recruitment, annual event, back-to-school and/or community events at partner schools).
  • Ability to travel to communities across Oregon; a current Oregon driver’s license and vehicle access a must.
  • Ability to lift and carry 50 pounds.
  • Ability to deliver (walk up and down flights of stairs) with heavy materials sometimes in inclement weather.

Equal Opportunity and Non-Discrimination Statement

In4All is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion in our internal operations and when considering the impacts of our work. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age, marital status, military or veteran status, nation of origin, ancestry, ethnicity or any other legally protected class. People of Color, from diverse communities, and/or people who bring personal experience connecting them to our mission are strongly encouraged to apply.


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In4All is an inclusive workplace for people of all backgrounds and walks of life. We strongly encourage you to apply if you are from a marginalized or underrepresented group. Some candidates may see a long list of job requirements and feel discouraged because they don’t match every single bullet point – we suggest, please apply anyway.

Please provide a resume with a brief cover letter that tells us how your skills, experience and background meet our needs and why this position is of interest to you.

The Search Committee will begin reviewing applications on April 5, 2024

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