Voices for Healthy Kids Hiring: Deputy Executive Director
Do you think you have what it takes to join the Voices for Healthy Kids team?
Voices for Healthy Kids, a joint initiative of the American Heart Association and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, is working to improve the health of all children by supporting public policies that increase access to healthy foods, safe places for physical activity, reduce the consumption of sugary beverages, and eliminate junk food marketing for children. At the core of the initiative’s work is science-based policy priorities that research shows will have the greatest effort on communities and populations at most risk. Did you know childhood obesity disproportionately affects communities of color and communities with high levels of poverty? We’re working to change that – and need your help!
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The Deputy Executive Director is responsible for developing strategy and core operational functions for the Voices for Healthy Kids advocacy initiatives and program(s). Additional responsibility includes directing and motivating team to drive successful implementation while providing leadership to plan and operate a financially responsible, culturally sensitive and mission-driven program model.