Executive Director

Frontline Workers Counseling Project

About the organization

The Frontline Workers Counseling Project (FWCP), formerly called the COVID-19 Pro Bono Counseling Project, is a non-profit initiative based in California that helps connect frontline workers with free, confidential individual psychotherapy and support groups. Over 500 licensed and insured professional psychotherapists across Northern California have volunteered to offer free services through the FWCP, representing a wide range of personal and professional backgrounds, including psychologists, licensed clinical social workers, psychiatrists, and marriage and family therapists. To learn more about the FWCP and its mission and values, visit https://fwcp.org/


The Frontline Workers Counseling Project seeks its first full-time, non-founder Executive Director to grow the project out of its start-up phase into a robust organization that can fully undertake its ambitious mission.

A 21st century non-profit that effectively combines authentic interpersonal relationships with evidence-based, trauma-informed research and a professionally-developed technology platform, the FWCP is poised for its next level of impact. An Executive Director who is both a creative visionary and a network-oriented achiever will create the conditions for the organization to thrive in the following three areas: 1) Imagine and build the organization; 2) Assess and strengthen the program; and 3) Champion and resource the work.

For more details, visit https://fwcp.org/current-openings


To be considered, candidates must have leadership experience within the non-profit sector. Strongly preferred is demonstrated leadership experience growing an early-stage program or organization. Professional or personal experience leading to an understanding of the mental health sector is essential. A bachelor’s degree is required; an advanced degree is favorable.

For more details and how to apply, visit website.


Low $100K range

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

Community Initiatives / Frontline Workers Counseling Project has engaged Jenn Raley Miller
( www.jennraleymiller.com ) to lead the Executive Director search. If you are interested in the position, please send a resume, along with a cover letter explaining your alignment with the desired profile described above, to [email protected]

Jenn welcomes all inquiries and suggestions for potential candidates. Please don’t hesitate to contact her at [email protected]

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