Meet the AIDS Walk New York Staff and Interns
Passionate and driven both in the fight against HIV/AIDS and the world of mega-event planning, the AIDS Walk staff is hard at work to bring you an incredible 29th annual AIDS Walk New York. Are you interested in walking, volunteering, fundraising, or donating a product or service? Contact one of these friendly faces today at 212.807.9255 (WALK). This energetic team is happy to assist you!
Let us introduce ourselves: Click here to meet our team!
AIDS Walk New York Staff:
Kate Rosenblum, Event Director
Andi Dubé, Promotions Coordinator
Inbar Sharon, Supervisor of Teams & Targeted Fundraising
Patrick Link, Assistant Supervisor of Teams & Targeted Fundraising
Jesus Baquiax, Team Coordinator & Fundraising Specialist
Sarah Clark, Team Coordinator & Fundraising Specialist
Christina Ferro, Team Coordinator & Fundraising Specialist
Aliah O'Neill, Team Coordinator & Fundraising Specialist
Tanay Tatum, Team Coordinator & Fundraising Specialist
Allison Holstein, Production Coordinator & Fundraising Specialist
Arianne Cintula, Star Walker Coordinator & Fundraising Specialist
Sonya Elise Roberts, Supervisor of Event Operations
Isaiah Ford, Logistics Coordinator
Anna McKinnon, Volunteer Coordinator
Thom Medrano, Supervisor of Office Management & Community Partnership Specialist
Caitlin Vogt, Office Coordinator
Kiersten Kampschroeder, IT & New Media Specialist
Thank you to our outstanding interns... We couldn’t do this without you!
Edwin Acosta, Teams & Targeted Fundraising Intern
Isabelle Syrek, Office Management Intern
Ernandine Sutarjadi, Volunteer Intern
Shannon Deegan, Star Walker Intern
Ricquel Coleman, Teams & Targeted Fundraising Intern
Jamie Novak, Event Operations Intern
AIDS Walk New York Outreach Representatives
AIDS Walk New York 2014 is seeking enthusiastic, motivated individuals to become representatives for our outreach team. As the world’s largest AIDS fundraiser, AIDS Walk New York has an enormous outreach effort that engages nearly every community in the city. As part of a team of more than 20, outreach representatives will spread across the city and place posters, registration materials, and point-of-purchase stands in local businesses. While completing this distribution, representatives will also develop relationships with local business owners with the goal of maximizing the visibility of the AIDS Walk and empowering local business owners to contribute to the fight against AIDS.
This position is temporary, and will last approximately three weeks. Positions begin on Monday, March 10, and during this period the job will be a FULL TIME position, working from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Depending on performance, some positions in organizing, event production, and fundraising may become available, and employment could be extended until Friday, May 16.
- Strong communication skills; Sales, marketing, or other organizing experience is strongly preferred
- This is a physically demanding job – applicants must be comfortable lifting a minimum of 35 pounds, pushing a cart of materials, walking along an assigned route, and being on their feet for the majority of the day
- Ability to complete tasks individually without direct supervision
- Knowledge of New York City neighborhoods and transportation systems
Fluency in Spanish or other languages is desirable, and knowledge of AIDS Walk New York, GMHC, and the local response to the AIDS epidemic in New York will also be favored.
To schedule an interview, please send a cover letter and resume to Chris Pesto at firstname.lastname@example.org.
AIDS Walk New York is an equal opportunity employer strongly committed to workplace diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to ethnic group identification, race, religion, ancestry, creed, color, sex, marital status, national origin, age, sexual orientation, medical condition, or physical handicap.
For nearly 3 decades, AIDS Walk New York has been the tri-state area’s most powerful and visible public demonstration of the fight against AIDS. In 2013, 30,000 participants raised more than $5.5 million to benefit GMHC, and over 40 other AIDS organizations in the New York area. This year, AIDS Walk New York will take place on Sunday, May 18 in Central Park.ShareThis