The National Disability Leadership Alliance seeks to hire a person to work as the facilitator of NDLA’s Inclusion Work Group. NDLA is a coalition 18 national, disability led organizations. The Work Group consists of representatives from the 18 organizations, and other members of the disability community. The Work Group strives to build and strengthen the inclusion practices of each coalition member organization, increase the diversity of NDLA membership, and to support, amplify, and partner with existing disability organizations working on issues of intersectionality. The duties of the facilitator will include:
• Planning quarterly meetings of the NDLA Work Group. One meeting a year will be in person. The remaining three meetings are via conference lines. Planning includes handling and coordinating all materials, communications, accommodations, and refreshments at each meeting.
• Ensuring that notes are kept at each quarterly meeting.
• Sharing the notes from each of the quarterly meetings.
• Tracking the action items that come from each quarterly meeting.
• Reporting on progress of the Work Group at monthly NDLA coalition calls
• Other duties to support and move forward efforts of the Work Group
The Group Facilitator will work on a contractual basis. It is estimated that the position will demand between 5 and 10 hours per month. Specific terms of the contract will be arranged between the facilitator and NDLA. Please send a resume and statement of interest to email@example.com
NDLA is led by 18 national organizations run by people with disabilities with identifiable grassroots constituencies around the country. The NDLA steering committee includes: ADAPT, the American Association of People with Disabilities, the American Council of the Blind, the Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living, the Autistic Self Advocacy Network, the Autistic Women & Non-Binary Network, Disability Rights Education & Defense Fund, the Hearing Loss Association of America, Little People of America, the National Association of the Deaf, the National Coalition for Mental Health Recovery, the National Council on Independent Living, the National Federation of the Blind, the National Organization of Nurses with Disabilities, Not Dead Yet, Paralyzed Veterans of America, Self Advocates Becoming Empowered, and the United Spinal Association.