New Hampshire Progress Alliance seeks a talented and aspirational leader to become our next ED. 

We are a five-year-old donor network with an impressive track record of fighting for voting rights, engaging the electorate, creating a solid bench of community activists, and driving effective messaging and communications.

Similar to other states, New Hampshire faces formidable threats to its democratic institutions and ideals. In response, we are committed to becoming an even more powerful force for sustained electoral and policy wins. We aim to double our grantmaking over the next three to five years, engage new and diverse donors, and strengthen our national presence. Our new ED will bring strong management abilities, proven fundraising and communications skills, and political experience to this position.

Join us in creating solutions at the scale of the challenges we face. Read the full announcement here

This position is open until filled. Candidate applications will be reviewed on an ongoing basis and screening interviews will begin immediately. Those interested in the position should apply as soon as possible.

Compensation: $120,000 – $160,000 salary. Competitive benefits and generous paid time off.

Location: New Hampshire. Opportunity to work remotely from within the state. New Hampshire ranks #4 on the 2021 U.S. News and World Report list of best states to live in!

About New Hampshire Progress Alliance

About the New Hampshire Progress Alliance: Building Year-Round Capacity To Win


To build a permanent and powerful progressive movement in New Hampshire supported by a network of committed member investors.


A New Hampshire that is a healthy, just place to live, with shared economic success and a democracy that works for all.

Our theory of change is that consistent electoral victories and policy advances require sustained, strategic investment in four areas:

  • Defending voting rights,
  • Engaging and expanding the electorate,
  • Creating a strong bench of community activists and leaders, and
  • Driving effective communications.

We invest in these four priorities through multi-year grants and rapid response funding. Our staff is an active partner with all grantees, participates in coalitions across the state, and constantly evaluates opportunities for new and expanded programs.