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Job Title: Volunteer Vice President (Unpaid) - Nonprofit Leadership Role

Introduction: Are you passionate about making a meaningful impact in the fight against addiction? Do you aspire to lead a nonprofit organization and gain invaluable leadership experience? This role is a unique opportunity to shape the future of Mothers Against Addiction, a rapidly growing national nonprofit. As the Volunteer Vice President, you will work closely with the Interim CEO and compete for the CEO position by the end of the year. This experience will be a standout addition to your resume, especially if you're pursuing an MBA or aiming to serve on corporate boards. You'll be at the forefront of building and structuring the charity from the ground up, leading a new team, and driving impactful initiatives.

Job Description: Mothers Against Addiction is seeking a dedicated Volunteer Vice President to assist in leading our organization through an exciting period of growth and restructuring. This is an unpaid volunteer position, ideal for individuals passionate about making a significant impact in the fight against addiction and eager to gain valuable leadership experience.


  • Assist the Interim CEO in strategic planning and organizational leadership.
  • Prepare to transition into the CEO role by the end of the year, competing with the COO and CMO for the position.
  • Oversee various departments to ensure alignment with the organization's mission.
  • Support the development and implementation of programs and initiatives.
  • Represent the organization at events and meetings.
  • Build and manage a new team, ensuring effective collaboration and performance.
  • Work closely with the board to develop and execute strategic plans.


  • Strong leadership and organizational skills.
  • Proficiency in Google Docs, Sheets, or Microsoft Office (or equivalent software).
  • Experience in nonprofit management or related fields.
  • Passion for supporting families and individuals affected by addiction.
  • Currently pursuing or holding an MBA or degree in business, or experience in board service.
  • Interest in eventually serving as CEO for a two-year term before transitioning to a board position.

Ideal Candidate:

  • Someone who wants to learn about building and structuring a company from the ground up.
  • An individual eager to gain experience working with boards and leading a nonprofit.
  • College students or recent graduates seeking hands-on experience in leadership, nonprofit management, and organizational development.
  • Individuals with board experience who want to grow further or who are passionate about helping others.

This position offers a unique opportunity to build a resume with substantial leadership experience and make a meaningful difference in the fight against addiction.

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Mission Statement

Mothers Against Addiction (MAA) is dedicated to empowering mothers and families impacted by addiction through comprehensive support, education, and advocacy. We strive to break the cycle of addiction by providing essential resources, fostering community connections, and promoting policies that address the root causes of addiction. Our mission is to create a supportive environment where families can heal, rebuild their lives, and achieve lasting recovery, ensuring a brighter future for all.


Mothers Against Addiction is a national non-profit organization dedicated to supporting mothers and families impacted by addiction. The organization provides essential resources, support, and information to mothers who are struggling with addiction themselves or who have lost a child to addiction. Recognizing the pivotal role mothers play in breaking the cycle of addiction, the charity is committed to helping them heal and rebuild their lives. Through various programs and initiatives, Mothers Against Addiction aims to foster recovery, provide emotional support, and offer practical assistance to affected families, empowering them to overcome the challenges associated with addiction. This GPT will assist by providing information, resources, emotional support, and practical advice to those seeking help, ensuring compassionate and empathetic responses. The GPT will prioritize user confidentiality, respect, and encouragement.


Children & Youth
Health & Medicine
Children & Youth, Health & Medicine, Women


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • English


  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 10

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