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Executive Director

re:imagine/ATL k

Atlanta, GA

Oct 28
Job Description

re:imagine/ATL is hiring for an Executive Director in Atlanta, GA. The Executive Director is responsible for upholding and delivering on re:imagine/ATL’s mission, elevating our brand within the community and nationally, leading operations, and ensuring the organization has the financial resources to meet its impact objectives. We especially seek a seasoned leader with deep knowledge of the creative media industries and who will bring strong relationships and networks from within these fields. You should have an entrepreneurial mindset that balances vision against operations. Everyone at our organization is expected to champion diverse talent and a culture of inclusion. The Executive Director is the Chief Executive Officer and reports to the Board of Directors.

The Executive Director has a broad range of leadership, management and oversight responsibilities, including but not limited to:

Ensuring that the organization has a long-range strategy and consistently works towards progress on that strategy.
Working with the Board in preparing the annual budget and ensuring the organization operates within budget guidelines. Maintaining official records and documents and ensuring compliance with federal, state, and local regulations.
Developing effective systems to track progress and regularly evaluate program components to measure outcomes that can be effectively communicated to the Board, funders, and other constituents.
Establishing, managing, and stewarding strategic relationships with donors, sponsors, partner organizations, individuals, government agencies, elected officials, and other stakeholders.
Serving as an external face of the organization with the ability to tell re:imagine’s story, and ensuring all activities and programs are properly publicized.
Developing an annual plan for fundraising from diverse funding sources.
Creating and executing strategies for earned income.
Ensuring programmatic excellence.
Other duties as assigned and/or as required with the evolution of the organization.

Required Education/Skills/Experience/Training:
Ability to manage all responsibilities as listed above.
Deep knowledge of the creative media industries, specifically with connections in Atlanta is required.
Must be a seasoned leader with management experience.
Process oriented, with the ability to formalize and systematize organizational practices.
Experience championing diverse talent is essential.
Entrepreneurial mindset required.
Candidate with experience setting up sustainable income opportunities preferred.
Connections to the national media industry is a plus.
Experience working with a nonprofit (be it as a volunteer, board member, or staff member) appreciated.

Compensation Package:
$75,000-$80,000 depending on experience
Unlimited paid time off and up to 20 weeks parental leave
Medical, vision, and dental benefits

To Apply:
Please submit a cover letter and resume to with subject line “re:imagine/ATL Executive Director application” by November 21, 2021 for earliest consideration. Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and the position will remain open until filled.

re:imagine/ATL provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.

Application Details

Please submit a cover letter and resume to with subject line “re:imagine/ATL Executive Director application” by November 21, 2021 for earliest consideration. Applications will be reviewed as they are received, and the position will remain open until filled.


Our Story:

re:imagine/ATL was launched in 2014 to equip the next generation of storytellers to thrive in the creative media industry. Our programs unite youth from diverse backgrounds while teaching workforce development skills, creating access to high-demand career pathways, forging industry relationships, and nurturing untold stories within the greater community. We are a powerful driver of economic mobility and authentic storytelling. We’re also small and mighty, punching above our weight in visibility, brand love, impact, and excellence.

We’re most proud of:

Equipping 5,000+ Atlanta youth across 45+ schools and training 500+ teachers
Producing 100+ digital assets like music videos, documentaries, podcasts, songs, more
Launching the first ever federally-registered apprenticeship training program for creative media in Georgia
An incredibly diverse team that hustles hard, and a committed board that influences Atlanta

This Moment:

Atlanta has the highest income inequality in the nation. On average, the lowest 20% of earners make under $10,000/year while the highest 20% earn over $250,000/year. Simultaneously, Georgia has a $37 billion creative industry that produces blockbuster films, albums, podcasts, esports teams, cultural icons, creative agencies, and much more #AtlantaInfluencesEverything.

While talent is equally distributed in our city, access to opportunity surely is not. We are here to solve this problem.

We seek a leader who will take re:imagine/ATL to the next level -- helping shape access and entry into the creative industries for generations to come while fostering a platform of extraordinary storytelling. Our organization (and our city) are truly at a pivotal moment. Whoever steps into this role will build off a strong foundation and lead us into our next chapter.

Here are some highlights:

Your predecessor hands over an organization in a strong place financially and operationally
We added 6 new board members (12 total) who will be with you each step of the way
We just completed a professionally-led strategic planning process. We know for the next three years we will focus on:
increasing exposure for re:imagine’s impact on students and its partners through data-driven storytelling
formalizing a culture of representation for students, industry partners, board and staff to understand and embrace the importance of a diverse, inclusive industry and organization
increasing opportunities for thoughtful strategic partnerships and increased operational capacity

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