Sector Opportunities

Hip Hop HEALS CIC Directors Call Out

Do you believe in the power of Hip Hop and MC culture to transform health and wellbeing? Then become a Director of Hip Hop HEALS (CIC).

Are you passionate about and committed to amplifying the voice of lived experience and challenging inequality?

Do you have the time and expertise to guide a fledgling organisation with co-production at its heart?

Do you believe in the power of Hip Hop and MC culture to transform health and wellbeing?

Then become a Director of Hip Hop HEALS (CIC).

Hip Hop HEALS CIC is a Start Up social enterprise bringing Hip Hop Therapy research and practice from the USA to the UK. They are a majority-led Minority Ethnic board with lived experience, established in 2020. Their ultimate vision is that all humans thrive. They offer an arts-based alternative to medication through their workshops and programmes.

In 2012, Executive Founding Director Kiz Bangerh pioneered a Hip Hop arts and health model combining creative writing for wellbeing with techniques from Hip Hop, poetry and music therapy. 2022 marks Hip Hop HEALS 10 year anniversary.

Now excitedly Hip Hop HEALS is looking to recruit Directors with experience of:

–  Accountancy/finance
–  Business strategy and management
–  Marketing, branding and social media
–  Fundraising

This role is unpaid and will require attendance at quarterly board meetings.

How to apply

To express your interest in being a Hip Hop HEALS Director, send your latest C.V. with a covering letter (no more than 1 side of A4) outlining:

1. which role you are applying for

2. why you are interested in working with Hip Hop HEALS CIC

3. an outline of relevant skills, knowledge and experience

EMAIL TO: Kiz Bangerh, hiphophealsuk[at]gmail.com

DEADLINE: MONDAY 8TH NOVEMBER

If you would rather submit a short video or audio file, contact Kiz Bangerh, Founding Executive Director for more information.

To read more about the Hip Hop HEALS, click here.

Did you find this resource useful?

As a registered charity we are only able to continue to provide the information and resources found on this site if we continue to receive charitable donations and grants. If you found this resource useful, then please consider donating.

Donate