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Chief FundraisinG officer - apply today

Gen Justice, an award-winning advocacy organization for abandoned and abused children, is expanding and seeks a dynamic, proven chief fundraising officer.


The chief fundraising officer will lead, create, and execute a fundraising plan for Gen Justice that will increase annual revenue to $5 million by 2023. Gen Justice is a fast-paced, family-friendly, results-oriented charity that has helped transform Arizona’s child welfare landscape in three years. Our revenue must grow to keep pace with the need and demand for our services.


The right candidate will be a seasoned, creative fundraiser with a strong commitment and understanding of the organization’s mission and impact. The ideal candidate will have a history of asking for and closing 6- and 7-figure gifts without relying on the organization’s CEO. The officer will be responsible for increasing current and future revenue through a combination of traditional fundraising methods such as major gifts and corporate partnerships. Gen Justice intends to create a national footprint and the ideal candidate will generate fresh, powerful fundraising ideas to re-shape revenue building, as events like Fight Night have done, Tom’s shoes, charity concerts in Nashville, and more. The public-facing working title for this position is Chief Charitable Gift Adviser for Donors.



  • Create and execute a successful fundraising plan in collaboration with team members and reporting to the E.D.

  • Establish a flagship fundraiser, or fundraising campaign, for the organization.

  • Establish giving partnerships with the business community.

  • Identify and lead the creation of new revenue streams including generating and testing innovative and creative concepts.

  • Set and reach specific, measurable goals in major gifts, business partnerships, and other events and activities to be established.



  • Bachelor’s degree

  • A proven track record of leadership

  • A proven track record in major gift fundraising

  • A proven track record of creative, dynamic planning and execution

  • Powerful written and verbal communication skills

  • Ability to travel and work nights and weekends when necessary

  • A desire to tie your salary to your results

Gen Justice offers flexible scheduling, remote work opportunities, and is foster and family friendly. To apply, please submit a one-page resume, a writing sample/video showcasing your skills, and a cover letter with salary requirements to

Foster care reform analyst/Public policy analyst - apply today

Gen Justice, an award-winning advocacy organization for abandoned and abused children, seeks an experienced and creative policy analyst to research and develop a list of actions, reforms and solutions to improve graduation rates and employment prospects for foster youth at risk of aging out. 


This is a contract, project-based position with the possibility of a permanent position. The work can be done remotely or in person at Gen Justice headquarters.  


The first aspect of the project is to identify barriers to and/or ways to create an academic home and continuity of learning program for foster kids. Consider Johnny - Johnny spent 14 years in the Arizona foster care system and was moved 47 times. By age 17, he had 2 high school credits and no marketable skills. How can state policy improve and change to create a path to educational success for kids like him?  


The second aspect of the project is to identify barriers to/or develop a wraparound program that would improve employment opportunities for these young adults. We draw inspiration from Safeway, a company that has become a national leader in employing 10,000+ adults with disabilities, giving thousands of individuals with special needs a career and a means to live independently. We believe that foster youth with the right opportunities and support can overcome the odds.   


The right candidate will be an adept, creative problem solver. The right candidate will have a track record of having developed effective public policy reforms. Policy experience in the child welfare or education arenas is helpful, but not required.  


To apply, please submit a cover letter of application, a one-page resume, and a work sample to