The North Carolina Commission on Racial and Ethnic Disparities (NCCRED) is now accepting applications for an executive director.
The organization seeks an executive director who can provide organizational leadership, racial equity coalition building, and can manage its commission committees and initiatives. Top candidates will have a passion for racial justice and criminal justice reform, excellent communication skills, the ability to manage a wide variety of organizational priorities, comfort with conflict and engaging in robust dialogue with people of differing views and experience in criminal justice reform.
To learn more about the job description and how to apply, please see the Indeed post here.
NCCRED is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that works across professional, political and ideological lines to identify, document and reduce racial disparities in North Carolina’s criminal justice system. NCCRED brings together a diverse group of criminal justice leaders who share a commitment to building a more equitable, effective and humane criminal justice system in North Carolina. Represented on the Commission are members of the Judiciary (Court of Appeals, Superior Court and District Court Judges), law enforcement professionals (Chiefs of Police and Department of Corrections), District Attorneys, Public Defenders, community advocates and scholars. The Commission provides a forum for open dialogue, collective problem solving, information sharing and educating Commissioners on the most important developments in racially equitable criminal justice reform in North Carolina and across the nation. NCCRED’s focus areas are pretrial justice, juvenile justice and policing.