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10 English questions out of 10

April 9, 2021

What are perks and other benefits like at National Abortion Federation?

Pros

Mission, coworkers, niche, benefits, networking

Cons

Leadership, morale, hours, workload, support from superiors

Mission, coworkers, niche, benefits, networking

April 9, 2021

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September 13, 2020

How are senior leaders perceived at National Abortion Federation?

Pros

The community built among entry level and mid level staff is incredible. I was fortunate to meet brillent, empathetic, leaders while working here. Many of these staff members are invested in making the work place better and more equitable. The work is very rewarding and you will have the opportunity to foster relationships with other brilliant people who work at independent clinics in the US, Canada, and Latin America. I was given a lot of professional development opportunites because my supervisor was invested in me.

Cons

During my time here our CEO left. Prior to her resignation, several staff members were underpaid (starting salaries were $32,000), there was no upwards mobility, there were multiple sexual abusers on staff who had several complaints against them, racisim was rampant, and union busting was in full-force! After the CEO's departure, many complicit white ladies in leadership positions got to keep their jobs. Some of these women were even promoted and are still on staff. Several new leadership positions were hired for. Many of these new employees were not from the movement and were not committed to the values many in the reproductive justice community hold themselves to. They also began contributing to toxic, infantalizing leadership. Pay disparity continued to be a glaring issue. I watched several people get fired or have their positions elimianated after being labeled "troublemakers" by leadership. Some of those women were WOC. The new CEO didn't have the foresight to tell staff that the organizational mission had changed before announcing it to memebers at the annual meeting. The CEO and many other leaders at the organization upheld the membership and hero-worship of prominent community members after they were accused of rape. Truly, working here was a traumatic experience. If you are a young professional, who deeply cares about reproductive healthcare, please take your talents somewhere that your worth is recognized.

Advice to Management

The leadership of this organization needs a complete overhaul, starting with the Board and the bylaws. Without dismantling the White Supremacist structure of this non-profit, nothing will change, and patients deserve better.

The CEO and many other leaders at the organization upheld the membership and hero

September 13, 2020

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September 13, 2020

How is race or ethnicity talked about at National Abortion Federation?

Pros

The community built among entry level and mid level staff is incredible. I was fortunate to meet brillent, empathetic, leaders while working here. Many of these staff members are invested in making the work place better and more equitable. The work is very rewarding and you will have the opportunity to foster relationships with other brilliant people who work at independent clinics in the US, Canada, and Latin America. I was given a lot of professional development opportunites because my supervisor was invested in me.

Cons

During my time here our CEO left. Prior to her resignation, several staff members were underpaid (starting salaries were $32,000), there was no upwards mobility, there were multiple sexual abusers on staff who had several complaints against them, racisim was rampant, and union busting was in full-force! After the CEO's departure, many complicit white ladies in leadership positions got to keep their jobs. Some of these women were even promoted and are still on staff. Several new leadership positions were hired for. Many of these new employees were not from the movement and were not committed to the values many in the reproductive justice community hold themselves to. They also began contributing to toxic, infantalizing leadership. Pay disparity continued to be a glaring issue. I watched several people get fired or have their positions elimianated after being labeled "troublemakers" by leadership. Some of those women were WOC. The new CEO didn't have the foresight to tell staff that the organizational mission had changed before announcing it to memebers at the annual meeting. The CEO and many other leaders at the organization upheld the membership and hero-worship of prominent community members after they were accused of rape. Truly, working here was a traumatic experience. If you are a young professional, who deeply cares about reproductive healthcare, please take your talents somewhere that your worth is recognized.

Advice to Management

The leadership of this organization needs a complete overhaul, starting with the Board and the bylaws. Without dismantling the White Supremacist structure of this non-profit, nothing will change, and patients deserve better.

Prior to her resignation, several staff members were underpaid (starting salaries were $32,000), there was no upwards mobility, there were multiple sexual abusers on staff who had several complaints against them, racisim was rampant, and union busting was in full

September 13, 2020

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March 18, 2022

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at National Abortion Federation?

Pros

Worked with some great people.

Cons

Really poor management and training,

Really poor management and training,

March 18, 2022

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March 18, 2022

How is management perceived at National Abortion Federation?

Pros

Worked with some great people.

Cons

Really poor management and training,

Really poor management and training,

March 18, 2022

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