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VP, Finance

The Vice President of Finance is a member of the management team, reporting directly to the President & CEO. The Vice President of Finance is responsible for overseeing the financial policies and procedures of the organization, including accounting and budget strategies and policies, financial reporting, and finance resource allocation. The ideal candidate must have a commitment to Reproductive Justice, the empowerment of Black women and girls, and the goals of In Our Own Voice.


The Vice President of Finance will be accountable for but not limited to the following key responsibilities: 


• Serves as financial leader working with accounting firm vendor to manage all financial and business activities. 

• Leads annual budgeting process including financial analysis and projections. 

• Works with the President to prepare and analyzes an annual budget, including identifying deviations and recommending adjustments needed to meet annual goal. 

• Monitors and reports on organizational revenue and expenditures, ensuring accuracy, integrity, and credibility of financial statements. 

• Present financial reports to the President & CEO, Finance Committee and Board of Directors. 

 • Support and advise the President and Board of Directors in financial decision-making. 

• Oversee business policies and accounting practices. 

• Serve as liaison to ADP regarding staff on-boarding, payroll, time off and other HR issues. 

• Oversee all bookkeeping transactions, including accounts receivable, accounts payable, bank reconciliation, and payroll. 


• Works with President and department vice presidents to develop department budgets.

• Acts as advisor to Vice Presidents in formulating budgets. 

• Creates a consolidated budget for President’s approval. 

• Manage cash flow and ensure sufficient funds to meet In Our Own Voice operating needs. 

• Monitors spending to ensure that all program-related functions are conducted in compliance with regulations of the IRS. 


• Support outside accounting firm and auditors to complete annual audit and to ensure timely filing of federal, state, county and city tax forms and applications. 

• Uphold positive working relationships with external vendors. 

• Process foundation and donor contributions; provide acknowledgment letters. 

• Provide financial reporting for Foundation grants. 

• Manages partnership with ADP for payroll and HR services. 


The Vice President of Finance must have proficient knowledge and skills in the following areas: 

• Bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance, accounting, or similar field with at least five to seven years’ experience in a non-profit managerial capacity. 

• Knowledge of fiscal administration, accounting and budgeting policies. 

• Preparation of financial reports. 

• Accounts payable and receivable. 

• Experience with accounting software, QuickBooks, 

• Knowledge of Microsoft programs, especially Excel. 

• Experience in revenue production and cost saving opportunities. 

• Effective listening, written and verbal communications skills. 


Salary for the role is currently anticipated to range from $145,000 – $152,000, commensurate with experience.  

This position is based in Washington, DC with a 4-day work week. Some travel is required. 

In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda is an equal opportunity employer. 


Liz Lombard and Angie Sessoms of Koya Partners have been exclusively retained for this search. To express your interest in this role please fill out our Talent Profile or email Angie directly at 

All inquiries and discussions will be considered strictly confidential. Koya Partners is committed to providing reasonable accommodation to individuals living with disabilities. 

If you are a qualified individual living with a disability and need assistance expressing interest online, please email If you are selected for an interview, you will receive additional information regarding how to request an accommodation for the interview process.

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