With a philosophy of recognizing and respecting individual identities and diversity, Intersections brings individuals and communities together to find shared humanity and expand shared interests and understanding. This uniting of those who are parties to a tension or conflict is the connective tissue among all of Intersections’ efforts.
Intersections International envisions a time when our distinct identities no longer incite division, discrimination, destruction and despair. It envisions a just world, united in diversity; a world in which human differences serve to advance connection, equality, respect and abundance for all people.
‘Together, we work toward a just world – united in diversity.'”
Founding ED, Rev. Robert Chase, has led the Intersections team since 2007 and is retiring early next year. Here’s what his successor will do:
The Executive Director will assume primary responsibility for strategic vision, cultural leadership, fiscal sustainability, and operational oversight of Intersections International and all related programs and services. This person will be responsible for staff management, fundraising efforts, program development/management, constituent outreach and development, marketing and communications, and overall organizational development.”
The office is just a few blocks from Penn Station, New York City, and the next ED will hold both a Master of Divinity degree and Protestant ordination.1
This is an opportunity to help build something that matters. If you know anyone with these credentials, a decade of senior management experience, and eyes that light up when they read an invitation like this, please forward it to them!
- While Intersections does interfaith work and includes staff members from several religious backgrounds, the organization is an initiative of the Collegiate Churches of New York and, as such, is part of the Reformed Church of America. [Back to text: ◄]