- The ideal candidate should be a mid-career non-profit executive with a minimum of three to five years of supervisory experience;
- The applicant must serve as a key decision maker organizationally or to their respective program/division;
- The applicant must be employed with a community- or faith-based organization, AIDS Service Organization or non-profit providing HIV prevention services to communities of color.
- Demonstrated leadership and accomplishments regarding work in the field of HIV prevention services delivery;
- Proven abilities for assuming leadership roles in the public health non-profit sector;
- Clearly articulated desire and commitment to devote time and efforts necessary to develop and execute personal leadership action plans; and
- Exhibits passion for leadership of HIV prevention within communities of color.
For more information, contact the MILES program at MILES@nmac.org or (202) 483-6622. Mailed correspondence should be sent to:
ATTN: MILES-TATT Division
The National Minority AIDS Council
1931 13th St, NW
Washington, DC 20009-4432