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Web Designer/Developer | Freelance

Girls for Gender Equity (GGE) is creating a website media strategy, http://www.ggenyc.org, where visitors will learn more about who we are and what services we offer. At this critical moment in our organization’s growth, we are seeking a freelance Web Designer/Developer to support our Communications team. This is an exciting opportunity to help shape and manage the effective delivery of GGE’s community organizing programs and services, from a web design/development position that requires a highly creative, media-minded, and social justice-oriented web creator.

For more information and how to apply: Web Designer/Developer

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New Staff Members

Jill Greenberg | Communications Manager

Jill Greenberg is a media specialist living in Brooklyn, NY. A native of Buffalo, NY, she graduated magna cum laude from the State University College at Buffalo with a degree in Art History and a minor in Women’s and Gender Studies. She is currently the Volunteer Publicist for NYAAF, which advocates reproductive rights and health. Previously she has pioneered and managed social media accounts/blogs for various publications and organizations, mentored photography students, co-founded a fine arts, craft, and vintage market, and coordinated communications, marketing, and publicity for various publications. Jill is an advocate for creating connections between cultural organizations, schools, and communities.

Kate McDonough | Director of Organizing

Kate McDonough couldn’t be more excited to join Girls for Gender Equity as the Director of Organizing. Kate brings years of organizing and training experience to GGE. Prior to joining the GGE team, Kate was the Field Director on the Mel Wymore for City Council campaign. Kate developed and implemented the overall field strategy and managed six youth interns. Before jumping on the Wymore campaign, Kate was the Lead Organizer at the Empire State Pride Agenda, New York’s statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights and advocacy organization. Throughout their time at the Empire State Pride Agenda, Kate ran many of the organization’s statewide campaigns including the Pride Agenda’s transgender equality and justice advocacy and educational initiatives and the successful 2011 marriage campaign. Kate also organized communities to support the Dignity for all Students Act and coordinated the Pride Agenda’s statewide faith based organizing work.

As a genderqueer person, Kate has seen first-hand the various ways gender based violence manifests itself within our society and has a strong commitment to ending it. Kate grew up in the Bronx, now lives in Brooklyn and feels truly honored to be able to do such important work in their home state.