Impact Campaign Associate

ReWork - New York, NY3.9

About Peace is Loud

Peace is Loud is a non-profit founded by filmmaker Abigail Disney that strengthens the visibility and influence of women who are building peace and resisting violence around the world. Through film impact campaigns, speaking events and political empowerment, we advance women’s leadership in building inclusive, secure communities.

This means we do a lot of things, and that’s because there is so much work to be done. For decades, women all over the world have been driving change in their communities and demanding more equitable and meaningful roles for women in decision-making. These women’s stories are continuously sidelined, and Peace is Loud is bringing them front and center.

We’re a small, hardworking, hands-on team that draws our success from strong communication skills, teamwork, and a passion for our mission. By recognizing, nurturing and embodying the values of dignity, collaboration, commitment, and integrity, we aim to uphold and work towards a culture of peace, love and justice, both within our workplace as well as through our work extending to the outside world.

About the Position - Impact Campaign Associate

We are looking for highly driven, entrepreneurial, passionate, and rigorous professionals to join our fast-paced, innovative, and growing team in NYC. You will work closely with the Director of Film Campaigns, Stephanie Palumbo.

Your primary responsibility will be to support impact campaigns for films including The Hunting Ground, The Bleeding Edge, and the four-part series Women, War & Peace II, with multiple other campaigns in the pipeline for award-winning docs that focus on women’s rights, peace and security, and criminal justice reform.

Essential responsibilities of the role include:
Manage day-to-day impact campaign work for films including the upcoming Women, War & Peace II series.
Develop impact strategies for film-based engagement campaigns in collaboration with filmmakers, partner organizations, and Peace is Loud staff.
Develop and manage partnerships with individuals and organizations to engage them in the film content, concepts, and available tools.
Manage operations for national and/or international screening initiatives that bring diverse communities together to learn, discuss, and take action on key issues presented in the films.
Collaborate with Peace is Loud staff to produce accompanying educational materials, including discussion guides and lesson plans.
Work with Peace is Loud’s digital communications team to develop social media strategy, screening event materials, and web content for film and media projects.
Identify opportunities for Peace is Loud’s involvement in new film and media-based projects, including documentary and narrative films, podcasts, and multi-platform storytelling that feature women human rights defenders and peacebuilders.

We’re looking for someone...

who is:
Enthusiastic about using film/media to drive conversation, action, and impact.
Extremely organized and process-oriented (read: love spreadsheets and organizing information).
Aware of cultural trends, and is a bit of a news junkie.
Able to handle sensitive information discreetly and maintain confidentiality.
Passionate about social justice, women’s rights, and human rights.

who brings:
3 to 6 years of experience. You’ve proven successful in the fields of communications, campaign development, program management, and/or film/media.
Excellent spoken and written communication skills. You can successfully tailor communications to a wide variety of audiences/stakeholders and have the ability to connect with people from a variety of backgrounds and life experiences.
Project Management Skills. You’re known for being able to juggle ownership and execution of a diverse array of projects at any given time. Your teammates know to go to you for guidance on managing timelines, measuring and analyzing results, and improving future processes.
Commitment to Inclusion — You can effectively work in and support underserved communities including having an understanding of historical context, discernment of relationships and power dynamics, and an awareness of social, racial and ethnic equity.
Mission Alignment. You’re inspired by Peace is Loud’s mission, and are eager to become part of a team driven and dedicated to supporting women advocating for peace and justice around the world.

How we'll know you're the right person for the role

Please complete the following very simple application. Priority will be given to those applications submitted by Thursday, September 20th; therefore, we encourage you to submit yours soon! Candidates that meet the minimum experience will be invited to complete a set of short answer questions.

The overall hiring process will look to follow this anticipated timeline:

Mid-September: Selected candidates asked to complete short answer questions.
Late September: Initial in-person interview with the Peace is Loud team.
Early October: Finalists will come for an in-person for multi-team member interview at our New York City Office. Candidate references will also be checked at this step.
Mid-October: Offer finalized.
If you have any questions about the role, please feel free to email We look forward to reading your application!