Title:        Executive Director

Organization:    Oregon Walks

Location:    Portland, OR

Status:        Full time, 1.0 FTE

Salary:        $50,000 - $60,000 annually - plus excellent benefits package

Oregon Walks is seeking a leader with a passion for pedestrian rights and a fierce commitment to equity to serve as our next Executive Director.

About the Position

The successful candidate will hold passion and commitment for our mission, know how to lead a small, highly collaborative team, demonstrate strong communication skills, and have the experience and ability to smoothly manage the day-to-day operations of a small nonprofit. They will have community-building and financial experience to support the expansion of Oregon Walks’ work, and a policy eye for advancing the organization’s advocacy goals and priorities that help create a safer and more livable Oregon for all.

Join us for the third annual Walkways, a pedestrian-focused open-streets event celebrating Portland communities
this year in the Rosewood Neighborhood
We're closing down 1.5 miles of streets to cars and filling it with
fun, friends, games, prizes, food, art, music, and much more
– and, of course, walking! 
Join us - RSVP NOW!
There are so many ways to be a part of this fantastic event!
Read on and decide how you'll be involved! 

We’re beyond thrilled to announce that our very own Inna Levin has stepped up into the role of Interim Executive Director while we search for our next permanent leader.


Inna has been with Oregon Walks since 2015, most recently as our Volunteer & Events Manager. Inna has lead many of our community engagement initiatives, including Walkways, our annual community open-streets event; our rebrand of Walktober into Steptember, our month-long walking series; and Safe Routes to School walks in partnership with Portland Public Schools and Portland Bureau of Transportation. She also coordinates volunteers for our annual fundraising gala, the Weston Awards, and our summer community outreach efforts. She chairs Oregon Walks’ Communications and Legislative Advisory Committees. Currently, she is excited to be planning this year’s Rosewood Walkways event with The Rosewood Initiative and Transportation Trivia night in partnership with the Community Cycling Center.

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