Board Of Directors

Misha Collins

Co-Founder and Board President

Danneel Ackles

Board Member

Michelle Henning

Board Member

Susan Markowitz

Board Member

Cinde Monsam

Board Member

Genevieve Padalecki

Board Member

Philip Schneider

Board Member

Executive Director

Rachel Miner

Executive Director

Executive Team

Jennifer Willis-Rivera

Director of Operations

Amanda Tucker

Director of Programming

David Antonelli

Director of Finance

Chris G.

Executive Liaison to the Board

Administrative Support

Sara Carothers

Executive Assistant & Assistant HR Manager

Chuck Faustine

Executive Assistant

Acts

Laura Hales

Acts Manager

Shawna Kathleen Abston

Act Proposal Officer

Nichole David

Act Proposal Officer

Communications

Lisa Cerezo

Communications Manager

Bea Arbeiter

Communications Officer - Online Compliance

Jessica Burbridge

Communications Officer - Internal Newsletter

Holli DeWees

Communications Officer - Inventory

Gina Gajewski

Communications Officer - Compliance

Events

Alex Vincent

Events Manager

Jean Hayes

Events Program Coordinator - AMOK

Kristen Kress

Events Coordinator

Jennifer Santangelo

Events Coordinator

Finance

David Antonelli

Director of Finance

Suzanne Jones Scrivner

Finance Manager

Miranda Debenham

Budget Analyst

Human Resources

Jennifer Goodwin

Human Resources Manager

Sara Carothers

Executive Assistant & Assistant HR Manager

Stephanie McCabe

HR Recruiter

Information Technology

Gerardo Sotelo-Espinoza

IT Manager

Lauren Angelini

IT Officer

Marketing

Delicia Hallman

Branding Manager

Multimedia Graphic Design

Iliana Habib

Graphic Designer

Stephanie Han

Graphic Designer - Social Media

Dharanie Hewa Battage

Graphic Designer

Multimedia Photography

Heather Middleton

Photography Editor Lead

Multimedia Videography

Beth Sturrock

Video Editor Lead

Outreach

Kristin Lindsay

Outreach Manager

Ilse De Waele

Support Network Coordinator

Paulina Fangel

Outreach Officer

Nicole Kirby

Outreach Officer

Emma Lawson

Outreach Officer - Resources and Toolkits

Projects

Jenny Schuff

Projects Department Manager

Drew Sheinen

Corporate Sponsor Officer

E. Rose DeMarco

Events Program Coordinator for E4K

Ruby Curtis

Events Program Coordinator - Class Act

Beverley Burrows-Pym

Fundraising Officer

Becky Christie

Special Projects Coordinator

Rea Niessen 

Project Manager

Public Relations

Natalie Fisher

PR Officer

Christina Orieschnig

PR Officer

Social Media

Eloisa Armini

Social Media Manager

Julie Merar

Social Media Manager

Natasha Monteleone

Social Media Officer

Writing

Becky Houseman

Writing Manager

Kiernan Gladman

Grant Writer

Ori Regn

Grant Writer

Chrisha Anderson

Staff Writer

Ann-Kathrin Bomkamp

Copy Editor

Jessica Burbridge

Copy Editor

Cassie Comeau

Copy Editor

Elizabeth Evans

Staff Writer

Dreana Ferguson

Staff Writer

Rachel Finucane

Staff Writer

Xandra Harbet

Staff Writer

Michelle Hubbard

Staff Writer

Chauntel Lopez

Copy Editor

Regional Representatives

Kiri Lenagh-Glue

Regional Representative, New Zealand

Emma Beattie

Regional Representative, UK - North

Bhumika Makwana

Regional Representative, UK - South and ROI

Sarah Burnhope

Regional Representative, UK - South and ROI

Jade Wardle

Regional Representative, UK - South and ROI

Ted Cabanes

Regional Representative, Canada - East

Darsey Meredith

Regional Representative, Canada - West

Kristen Desjarlais-deKlerk

Regional Representative, Canada - West

Rowan Meredith

Regional Representative, Canada - West

Stacie Amber Baldwin

Regional Representative - US Central

Sara Dmytryshak

Regional Representative, US - North East

Jessica Pyle

Regional Representative, US - South East

Misty Cash

Regional Representative, US - South East

Christiana Tan

Regional Representative, US - South East

Alan Christian

Regional Representative, US - South East

Nicole Bosco

Regional Representative, US - South East

Emily Rivera-Jackson

Regional Representative, US - South East

Monai Liburd

Regional Representative - US South East

Samara Cogan

Regional Representative, US - North West

April Vian

Regional Representative, US - North West

Heather Fath-Azam

Regional Representative, US - Great Lakes

Holly Olsen

Regional Representative, US - Great Lakes

Amber Lee Kinion

Regional Representative, US - South West

Anwesha Das

Regional Representative, Asia

Riham Hallal

Regional Representative, Asia.

Marjorie Nagpacan

Regional Representative, Asia

Zahra Khan Durrani

Regional Representative, Pakistan

Vacancies

Corporate Sponsor Officer

Deadline: Open until filled.

Description

The Partnerships Department is responsible for connecting with corporate and nonprofit
organizations to create partnerships with Random Acts. This includes creating partnership
agreements between organizations as well as researching a variety of organizations.
RESPONSIBILITIES

The Random Acts Partnerships Department is looking for a volunteer to connect with possible corporate partner organizations. This includes researching organizations, connecting with them and assisting in writing partnership agreements.

  • Research organizations for Random Acts
  • Write partnership agreements
  • Communicate with outside organizations
  • Assist the Partnerships Manager with other needs

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Self-Starter mentality
  • Strong organizational skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Strong writing and editorial skills
  • Ability to complete tasks with minimal direction
  • Preference given to those with a degree in business
Job Description Apply for this Position

Financial Analyst

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

Reporting to the Director of Finance, the Financial Analyst provides support to the assigned team and assists all levels of the organization, providing keen insight into financial and operational based metrics through data mining in a proactive manner. This position is responsible for analyzing financial measures tied to all aspects of the Random Acts with a concerted focus on providing financial support to the finance team.
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Analyzing financial measures for a variety of departments.
  • Providing financial support for the Treasurer
  • Create budget reports for Managers of other departments as well as Directors
  • Uploading data into our CRM
  • Creation of dashboards and assist with the creation of analysis and forecasting
  • Overseeing day-to-day functionality of the on-line training and assist in developing annual training schedule.
  • Reports to the Treasurer

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to research information and analyze data to arrive at valid conclusions, recommendations and plans of action
  • Strategic thinker, ability to solve problems efficiently
  • Strong analytical, research and problem-solving skills
  • Understanding of multiple modeling techniques
  • Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability in a fluid and rapidly changing environment
  • Possess ability to work independently and take initiative, not requiring significant direction
  • Intermediate experience using and developing visual analytics dashboards and reporting tools
  • Experience with modern relational databases for ad hoc analyses
  • Strong knowledge and working experience with data manipulation tools
  • Intermediate to advanced knowledge of analytical programming languages and data visualization tools, including Access, and Tableau
  • Query and programming skills
  • Intermediate-level knowledge of Microsoft Office 365, SharePoint, Excel/PivotTables, QuickBooks online and other business intelligence/reporting applications or visual analytics
  • Experience with CRMs considered a plus
Job Description Apply for this Position

Fundraising Coordinator

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

The Fundraising Coordinator is responsible for fundraising that happens throughout the year, and reports to the Project Manager. The Fundraising Coordinator will partner with other teams involved in fundraising events such as E4K, auctions, supporter sponsored fundraisers, and online fundraising campaigns.
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Lead and actively participate in the identification, cultivation, solicitation and management of corporate and patron sponsors through year-round cultivation of relationships
  • Develop and organize fundraising campaigns and events
  • Review and approve documentation submitted for fundraisers by supporters
  • Track and evaluate the success of supporter fundraisers
  • Communicate with supporters wanting to do fundraisers
  • Compile monthly reports of supporter fundraisers for the Leadership Team
  • Attend any required staff and departmental meetings

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • At least 3 years of fundraising experience
  • Proven ability to successfully fundraise for an organization
  • Knowledge of fundraising, donor and public relations principles, concepts, procedures and techniques, including identification, cultivation, and solicitation strategies
  • Solid knowledge of applicable laws, rules, regulations, policies, etc. as related to fundraising
  • Demonstrated leadership and management skills, including skills to coach, mentor, evaluate and motivate staff
  • Solid project management, critical thinking, problem-solving and analytical skills
  • Strong oral, written, and interpersonal communication skills to establish and maintain good working relationships within Random Acts and outside the organization
Job Description Apply for this Position

HR Officer

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

Reporting to the Human Resources Director, the HR Officers support the development of the overall human resources services, policies, and programs for Random Acts. Working closely with the HR Manager and all members of staff, the HR Officers develop policies and procedures with a focus on staff and volunteer relations, while ensuring compliance with relevant employment related laws and legislations.
RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Support the HR Manager in managing HR programs, procedures, onboarding and guidelines that support the general functioning of the organization, including recruitment, volunteer management, employment law, and staff relations.
  • Support the technical and internal-content maintenance of the staff intranet (Podio) in collaboration with the HR Manager and IT Manager
  • Project management work as required by the HR Manager
  • Keep the HR Manager informed of significant problems that jeopardize the well-being of the organization, escalating to the Director and the Executive Team where necessary
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the HR Manager

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Knowledge and experience in organizational planning, organization development, staff relations, staff safety, staff engagement, and staff development
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Outstanding interpersonal relationship-building and coaching skills
  • Demonstrated ability to support and develop within the field of human resources
  • Excellent computer skills in a Microsoft Windows environment
  • Knowledge of various US and international employment laws and practices
  • Excellent organizational management skills
  • Flexibility concerning work schedule to accommodate evening and weekend meetings
  • Bachelor’s degree in human resources, business, organization development, or alternative
    relevant qualification
  • 2 – 4 years of experience in HR or management
Job Description Apply for this Position

HR Officer - Accessibility

Deadline: Open until filled.

Description

The Accessibility Coordinator will provide support to all Random Acts departments, staff and executives in ensuring that the organization is compliant in areas of accessibility and proactive in advocacy and inclusion.
RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide support to Random Acts staff, including creation and implementation of an accessibility plan, projecting future needs and making recommendations to ensure that the organization is proactive in advocacy.
  • Identify accessibility issues, needs, resources, and opportunities for accessibility planning relevant to Random Acts and the community.
  • Ensure compliance with best practices regarding accessibility in web content.
  • Provide support, expertise and ongoing education in disability related issues to staff.
  • Perform other job-related tasks as directed.

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • The ability to view issues from a variety of perspectives, fostering teamwork and collaboration with a variety of individuals and groups.
  • The ability to manage multiple tasks.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills, both written and verbal.
  • The ability to develop solid working relationships between various departments and teams.
  • Efficient and effective time management and project management experiences are essential.
  • Familiarity with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 preferred
  • Experience in using and/or implementing assistive technology hardware and/or software such as screen readers, captioning systems, screen enhancement technology, EIT mobility devices, etc.
  • Familiarity with Gmail and Google docs.
  • Familiarity with the mission of Random Acts.
Job Description Apply for this Position

Partnerships Coordinator

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

Reporting to the Manager of the Projects Department, the Partnerships Coordinator is responsible for connecting with corporate and nonprofit organizations to create partnerships with Random Acts. This includes creating partnership agreements between organizations as well as researching a variety of organizations.

The Random Acts Projects Department is looking for a volunteer to connect with possible corporate partner organizations. This includes researching organizations, connecting with them and assisting in writing partnership agreements.

  • Research organizations for Random Acts
  • Write partnership agreements
  • Communicate with outside organizations
  • Assist the Project Manager and Director of Programming with special requests

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Keep the Projects Manager and Director of Programming informed of problems that jeopardize the well-being of the organization or its reputation, including any potential issues, escalating this information to the Director and Leadership Team where necessary
  • Develop and maintain documentation pertaining to the Partnership agreements in place or proposed for Random Acts
  • Responsible for research and QC of partnership requests, including those from external or internal sources
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings
  • Complete monthly and ad-hoc reports and budgets for Partnerships
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the Projects Manager or the Director of Programming

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Ability to work effectively with diverse groups, including staff, supporters, peers, and the public
  • The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • The ability to manage a team
  • The ability to manage tasks or projects from implementation through to completion
  • Creativity, enthusiasm, and attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills, and the ability to multitask effectively
  • Prefer Bachelor’s or equivalent in Business or Project Management or related field
  • 2-4 years of experience in Partnerships or Sponsorships
Job Description Apply for this Position

Public Relations Officer - Press Releases

Deadline: Open until filled.

Description

The Public Relations Officers are responsible for implementing proactive public relations campaigns that appropriately and effectively represent the organization in online and traditional media. Public Relations Officers are responsible for proactively generating media coverage, as well as responding in a timely and effective manner to requests from journalists, and other media representatives.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work with the Public Relations Manager to develop and implement a public relations (PR) plan and various ad hoc PR activities, including but not limited to:
    • liaising with journalists, bloggers, and other media representatives
    • writing and issuing news releases
    • establishing and maintaining positive relationships with journalists and bloggers
    • monitoring media coverage
    • designing and assembling media kits
    • writing and designing external newsletters
  • Support the Public Relations Manager in providing any communications and organization announcements to ensure staff are updated with information relevant to their departments
  • Develop and maintain an e-newsletter to be distributed to supporters
  • Keep the Public Relations Manager and Director of Programming informed of problems that jeopardize the well-being of the organization or its reputation, including any potential issues, escalating this information to the Director and Leadership Team where necessary
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the Public Relations Manager

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Experience in creating and implementing PR strategies
  • Experience in building and maintaining relationships with media contacts
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse groups, including staff, supporters, peers and the public
  • The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • The ability to work independently as well as in a team
  • The ability to manage tasks or projects from implementation through to completion
  • Creativity, enthusiasm, and attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills, and the ability to multitask effectively
  • Prefer Bachelor’s or equivalent in marketing, PR, communications, journalism or related field
  • 2 – 4 years of experience in marketing, PR, communications or journalism
Job Description Apply for this Position

Social Media Officer

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

The Social Media Officers have a critical role in developing and maintaining healthy and productive communication with the organization’s supporters and its wider audience. Reporting to the Social Media Manager(s), the Social Media Officers are responsible for maintaining Random Acts presence and reputation in the social media world, as well as facilitating communications on the social media accounts they are responsible for. The Social Media Officers are expected to provide flexibility and cover/support for the rest of the Branding Department where required.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Maintain and update the Random Acts accounts on a variety of channels, including, but not limited to: Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr, YouTube, Pinterest, and any other accounts that are deemed necessary by the Social Media Manager(s)
  • Work with the Social Media Manager(s) to develop and implement a social media strategy and ensuring a consistent message is shared with supporters
  • Maintain a proactive approach to communications on all social media accounts
  • Compile and report analytics on the social media accounts, to be documented on the staff intranet
  • Stay informed of upcoming trends and developments within the field of social media
  • Research potential new online social media outlets for the organization
  • Work with other teams to proofread/write articles and blogs for the website and/or social media outlets
  • Keep the Social Media Manager(s) informed of significant problems that jeopardize the well-being of the organization or its reputation, including any potential issues, so that it may be escalated to Leadership where necessary
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings as required
  • Any other projects or duties as requested by the Social Media Manager(s)

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Experience in using social media as a public relations tool
  • The ability to work effectively with diverse groups, including staff, supporters, peers and the public
  • The ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing, as well as strong interpersonal skills
  • Excellent computer skills
  • The ability to work independently as well as in a team, and the ability to manage tasks or
  • projects from implementation through to completion
  • Creativity, enthusiasm, and attention to detail
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills
Job Description Apply for this Position

Video Editor Lead Staff

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

We are looking for a talented video editor to assemble recorded footage into a finished project that matches the organization’s vision, tells a cohesive story and is suitable for posting. This person should also be able to manage volunteer videographers (remotely) who may be on site at various events. No travel is required or expected for this position. It is expected that the applicant will already have access to the equipment and programs required to complete the job. Software/hardware will not be provided by Random Acts.
RESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Manipulate and edit film pieces in a way that is invisible to the audience
  • Take a brief to grasp production team’s needs and specifications
  • Review raw material to create a story based on scenes’ value and contribution to continuity
  • Cut and put together a sequence of the film
  • Input music, dialogues, graphics and effects
  • Create rough and final cuts
  • Ensure logical sequencing and smooth running of the video
  • Consult with stakeholders from production to post-production process
  • Continuously discover and implement new editing technologies and industry’s best practices to maximize efficiency
  • Manage volunteer videographers remotely

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Solid experience with digital technology and editing software packages
  • Demonstrable video editing ability with a strong portfolio
  • Thorough knowledge of timing, motivation and continuity
  • Familiarity with special effects, 3D and compositing
  • Creative mind and storytelling skills
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Degree in film studies, cinematography or related field preferred
Job Description Apply for this Position

Writer

Deadline: Open until filled

Description

Reporting to the Writing Manager, the Writer coordinates the planning, research, organization and editorial development to support the ongoing projects and initiatives of the organization.

This position writes and curates the stories of our supporters, staff and board, and develops feature stories/blog posts for our various projects and programs and provides editorial guidance for all members of staff.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Write blog entries and provide editorial guidance for the Random Acts website
  • Regularly develop ideas for new editorial content
  • Be proactive and creative in researching and proposing new subjects to cover to help extend our brand’s reach
  • Monitor supporter submissions of stories, photos and videos to develop
    editorial calendars and new articles/blog posts
  • Establish and maintain relationships among the Random Acts staff to ensure two-way communications about priorities and needed stories
  • Gather information about Random Acts events through discussions with staff, and utilizing the internal communications center
  • Review written materials intended for our website or for distribution, and
    correct errors in content, grammar, punctuation, inclusivity, and global view following the Random Acts style guidelines
  • Discuss timeline and subject matter issues with the Writing Manager to
    establish priorities or creative approaches
  • Work closely with the Writing team to manage and align promotional calendars with editorial production
  • Keep the Writing Manager informed of any significant problems that jeopardize the well-being of the organization
  • Attend regular staff and departmental meetings

Position Requirements

  • 1-2 years experience in professional writing, with an available portfolio for review
    including online articles and/or blog posts
  • Experience in online publishing and specifically experience with WordPress
  • Deep understanding of social media platforms and communicating to different audiences in the online medium
  • Ability to work effectively with diverse groups, including staff, supporters, and the public
  • The ability to communicate effectively, whether verbally, visually, or in writing, as well as strong interpersonal skills
Job Description Apply for this Position

Regional Representatives

Deadline: Open until filled.

Description

We’re searching for Regional Representatives to provide support to volunteers developing project and act proposals, as well as supporting the organization and coordination of events for Random Acts within their geographical areas. Regional Representatives act as a central point of contact for our volunteers and supporters by developing, promoting and facilitating acts via agreed social media forums. Regional Representatives are part of the extended volunteer team, and report in to the Events Manager.

We have Regional Representative vacancies all regions worldwide:

  • Africa
  • Asia
  • Australia & New Zealand
  • Canada
  • Central America
  • Europe
  • South America
  • United States

This role requires remote-working. Applicants must have regular and reliable access to the internet, as well as the motivation to dedicate their time to the organization.

If you are interested in this position, please read the job description carefully before applying for this volunteer role. You must include a resume when applying for this position.

Position Requirements

  • Enthusiasm and commitment to the aims and objectives of Random Acts
  • Experience of working for charitable causes or community engagement
  • Facilitation of online communities
  • Ability to deal with volunteers and act participants
  • Ability to work under the policies and procedures of Random Acts
  • Ability to act as a point of contact for individuals/groups
  • Ability to encourage people to perform acts
  • Regular access to the internet
  • Time to dedicate to the role
  • Ability to speak predominant regional languages is a plus for Representatives
Job Description Apply for this Position