Marketing and Events Coordinator


TitleMarketing and Events Coordinator 

Position Status: Non-exempt, Part-time (20 hrs./week). This position can be part time from home and part time in the office per the Director of Development.

Reports to: Director of Development   

To apply, please send PDF versions of your resume, a cover letter, and a writing sample to No phone calls or in-person inquiries, please.

Deadline is November 15, 2021 at 5pm EST.


The Marketing and Events Coordinator supports the Development Director in all of Our VOICE’s funding initiatives. This individual is responsible for all agency marketing (including social media, lite graphic design, periodic website updates, and monthly e-newsletter) and all agency fundraising events.    


  • Staff must be passionate about empowering survivors of sexual violence and human trafficking as well prevention efforts to end these types of abuses  
  • Commitment to anti-oppression principles in all areas of our internal and external work as well as commitment to self-growth in this area 
  • Minimum 2 years of social media, marketing, or event experience  
  • Minimum 2 years experience with graphic design software  
  • Experience with contact management system for social media, e-newsletter, etc. 
  • Excellent organizational and office skills 
  • Good written and interpersonal communication skills  
  • Ability to work flexible hours 
  • Independent, self-motivated, proactive worker  
  • Has own reliable car to carry out job tasks 


  • General development support:  
  • Provide support to the Director of Development in all fundraising initiatives 
  • Support all annual appeals and annual Our VOICE events  
  • Support the timely acknowledgement of businesses and individuals who support Our VOICE through marketing and written letters of acknowledgement  
  • Proficient use of donor database and the collection and analysis of data in development  
  • Maintain and update databases, including contact management system mailing lists  


  • Manage logistics for each fundraising event as needed 
  • Coordinate and execute planning of each event (includes, but is not limited to venue booking, sponsor stewardship, volunteer management, merchandising/sales, and day-of logistics)  
  • Promote events through social media, e-newsletter, and website   


  • Partner with Development Director to implement activities in the communications calendar   
  • Prepare written materials including some marketing copy, business communications, reports, and presentation scripts  
  • Write and distribute press releases 
  • Be responsible for ensuring accuracy in information and proofreading   


  • Maintain appropriate levels of professional expertise and participate in ongoing professional development 
  • Attend monthly staff meetings and participate in Our VOICE agency trainings  
  • Perform additional duties as assigned; duties, responsibilities, and activities may change at any time with or without notice 


15th Survivor Art Show Artist’s Bios

Artist Bios

Featured Artist: Anne Heck

Anne Heck is a fiber and mixed-media artist. She began creating dolls to connect with emotion associated with trauma. Mentored by healing doll artist Barb Kobe and inspired by the healing potential of the Native American medicine wheel, Anne embarked on a 7-year doll-making journey to transform her sexual violence experience and to reclaim her power. Anne is a Healing Touch practitioner, she facilitates healing doll workshops as well as empowerment programs for women and girls and has been a featured speaker at a wide range of events where she shares insights about her healing journey. Anne appeared on Good Morning America with Diane Sawyer, has been interviewed by the Washington Post, spoke on the TEDx stage and is a published author. An avid hiker and nature-lover, Anne is often found on the trail with her therapy dog Szoke. You can learn more about Anne and her healing dolls at
Artist: Chris Wilhelm 
Artist: Jay Joslin
unnamedJay is often described as a person who wears many hats, without enough hat racks. Tonight’s piece is a result of Community Choreography’s May Project, “My Body: My Intimate Companion.” His participation  created breakthroughs on many levels, in particular the ability to recite without script his own spoken word. A lover of awe, Jay seeks out connection and meaning in sensory relationships through poetry, essay, and photography. His photography has been featured in San Francisco’s Exploratorium Museum, he has three published collections of writing, and as a Substance Abuse Counselor founded a progressive men’s residential recovery program. He’s Jubilee’s Minister of Ritual, Teaching, and Counseling, and if he ever finds the meaning of life, he hopes to die laughing as a result.
          Artist: Barrie Barton
         Community Choreography Project offers innovative and
         expressive work relevant to the human experience. Each
         projects is motivated and inspired by a theme that
         represents  a creative synthesis of the participant’s life,

         their collective stories and the community.

         By engaging in these story-choreography workshops and
         performances people experience the liberation of dormant
         creative potential, self- confidence, and an open door to
         the strength and profound notion of art and community.
         Artist: Laura Hope-Gill
         Laura Hope-Gill is Director of the M.A. in Writing Program
         at Lenoir-Rhyne University in Asheville. An advocate for
         the value of stories in healthcare and healing, she launched
         the Narrative Healthcare Certificate Program in 2014 at
         Lenoir-Rhyne, which has seeded multiple narrative
         programs in hospitals across the country. In addition to
         writing, Laura paints, composes and improvises on piano,
         and takes care of six animals and her 13-year old amazing

Free Art Workshops!

Our VOICE is hosting several free workshops for individuals impacted by sexual violence.

For more information or to register, please email:

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