POSITION TITLE: Regional Director, New England Regional Office
REPORTS TO: VP, Northeast Division
SUPERVISION EXERCISED: Regional staff
LOCATION: Boston, MA.
Grade/Class: Grade K, Exempt, Non-Union
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION:
ADL is the leading anti-hate organization in the world. Founded in 1913, its timeless mission is “to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.” Today, ADL continues to fight all forms of antisemitism and bias, using innovation and partnerships to drive impact. A global leader in combating antisemitism, countering extremism and battling bigotry wherever and whenever it happens, ADL works to protect democracy and ensure a just and inclusive society for all.
Plan and execute the direction and administration of all regional office activities, including fundraising, program delivery, leadership development, communications, government relations, fact-finding/research and office management to advance ADL’s mission within the region. Represent ADL in the community, to the media and to public officials. Manage, engage, and develop regional board, committees and staff. Report to and communicate regularly with Northeast Divisional colleagues and the Regional Operations team in the national office (i.e., the Community Support Center or “CSC”).
The ADL New England Regional Office serves Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and s known for being the leading voice on antisemitism and hate and has a proven record of accomplishment for advocating ADL priorities in multiple state capitals across the region. The Region supports a multi-faceted educational, community relations, and legal approach to combat anti-Semitism and hate of all kinds, promote diversity, and build bridges of understanding between communities. The New England office is comprised of fourteen staff members, as well as an active regional board and associate board comprised of young leaders.
For decades, the region has developed innovative programs that have been replicated across the country spanning the areas of civil rights, education, interfaith, community outreach, and law enforcement. Examples of programming include innovative anti-bias and antisemitism educational programming for educators, students, parents and community leaders, law enforcement personnel training on issues of hate crimes, extremism, and domestic terrorism, and outreach programming and initiatives including partnerships with statewide community organizations.