The Well Project’s mission is to change the course of the HIV/AIDS pandemic through a unique and comprehensive focus on women and girls, inclusive of women of trans experience. We envision a world in which women have the information, support, and tools they need to advocate for their health and well-being and to live a life free from stigma. Since our founding in 2002, The Well Project has become a recognized leader in the fight against HIV by revolutionizing the availability and accessibility of much-needed resources designed specifically for women living with HIV. The rapid evolution of technology and emerging ways information is accessed have dramatically increased our reach, exponentially expanding our impact both in the US and worldwide. Our programming and impact uniquely position The Well Project to ensure that women are not left behind as we embark on efforts to end the HIV epidemic.
Over the past several years, The Well Project has significantly grown its programming and strengthened its position as a leading voice addressing the needs of women living with and vulnerable to HIV. We do this through: education and information, community support, advocacy and leadership, collaborative engagement, and women-focused research.
The Well Project is seeking a Deputy Director, a new position that will help us expand our capacity and strengthen our large and growing community. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Deputy Director will share key leadership responsibilities with a focus on development, staff engagement, and organizational growth. This is an extraordinary opportunity for a leader who wants to meaningfully address the needs of women living with and vulnerable to HIV at a national and global level. Learn more...