Vice President, Communications
Fenway Health has an outstanding legacy and track record of achievement, with a deep commitment to advancing health and well-being. Since 1971, the organization has been working to make life healthier for the people in the Boston neighborhoods in which its health centers are located: the LGBTQIA+ community of Boston and beyond, people living with HIV/AIDS, and the broader population. While extraordinary gains have been made in LGBTQIA+ care over the last several decades – much of it attributable to the work of Fenway Health – there remain ongoing, urgent unmet needs in the communities Fenway Health serves.
Working to leverage the extraordinary legacy of its past and the passion and capacity it has today, Fenway Health seeks a Vice President of Communications to elevate and lead marketing and strategic communications. This individual will craft an overarching narrative arc that illuminates Fenway Health’s vision for impact and work throughout the organization and will weave this narrative into Fenway’s care, services, research, education, advocacy, organizational messaging, and brand identity. With a fluency in understanding the LGBTQIA+ community and a passionate commitment to serving it, the Vice President of Communications will envision and execute a clear strategic communications strategy that will position Fenway Health as a transformative leader in intersectional LGBTQIA+ care and research.
The ideal candidate will be someone who is energized by the work at hand, and who will inspire others to engage deeply in communications efforts as a shared undertaking throughout the Fenway Health organization. There are currently several senior level hires underway, making this an exciting opportunity to join a senior team that will co-create and lead a process of transformation at a critical time in this organization, in this community, in the country, and in the world.
To apply or to refer candidates, please contact Terri Rutter, Senior Consultant, LINDAUER, at https://bit.ly/FenwayVPComms.