Career Opportunities



The Women’s Therapy Center (WTC) is largely a volunteer-run feminist organization serving a diverse population. We have a small and fiercely committed, part- time staff, a dedicated volunteer faculty, inspiring students who receive training in exchange for services, and a growing membership. Our organizational culture relies on the active participation of all of our constituencies to create a vital training program, socially responsible client services, and a meaningful sense of community. 

Who do we seek?

• You are a social justice leader. You are energized by bringing together our community to evolve and execute a vision for the organization. 

• You are comfortable managing a staff that includes the Clinical Director and Operations Manager who work with volunteers across the organization. You set yearly goals for your staff and professionally develop them to become long-term leaders. 

• You skillfully balance working independently and collaboratively with various constituents at the center (ex: faculty, supervisors, interns, staff, board) 

• You are an excellent communicator who seeks out diverse views and sees multiple sides of the issue. 

• You manage conflict with a calm temperament and clear head. 

• You demonstrate curiosity by asking questions, practicing active listening, and interacting with relational therapy principles in mind. 

The Interim Executive Director will be responsible for leading and managing the Women’s Therapy Center (WTC) and will strategically communicate WTC’s programs and initiatives to staff, Board of Directors, funders, and the public. The Interim Executive Director will move WTC forward by implementing the internal and external objectives related to the organization’s mission and vision and its strategic plan. In addition, the Interim Executive Director will focus on developing the internal structure and budget to support current programs and future growth. The Interim Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors of WTC. 


Five or more years of management experience, preferably as an interim leader and/or consultant
Experience working with volunteers 
Mental health services and nonprofit background preferred
Experience working with and supporting diverse populations 

Hours: At least 24 hours/week, six to nine month assignment - terms to be negotiated.

To apply:  Send resumes and cover letters to