Join the ROJ Collective!

ROJ seeks new members of our training collective.

Roots of Justice, Inc., seeks a part-time Director of Operations & Development as well as Accountability Council (Board) members to fulfill the mission to provide anti-oppression training, resources, and organizing to various organizations nation-wide. Please submit your interest form by Sunday, May 19th.

These open positions will work in conjunction with the Director of Curriculum & Marketing Development, Accountability Council (Board), and Training Team. All new members will be required to attend an ROJ Antiracism Analysis Training, upcoming trainings & registration will be posted at at:

Roots of Justice, Inc., (ROJ) is a nonprofit organization that envisions a world where work for justice in love enables all to live authentic and fulfilled lives. As an organization, Roots of Justice seeks the liberation of all persons from oppression, by providing strategies and tools for educating, organizing and renewing persons, institutions and systems. To learn more about Roots of Justice, please click here

Director of Operations & Development

ROJ seeks a self-motivated and passionate Co-Director with experience and familiarity with Christian institutions to work alongside the Director of Curriculum & Marketing to: 

  • Effectively manage contracts and logistics in collaboration with the Trainers and Accountability Council Members
  • Communicate regularly and in culturally relevant and appropriate ways with the diverse current and potential Roots of Justice stakeholders to introduce them to and keep them informed about the organization’s mission and services.
  • Establish a viable income stream through fundraising, grant-writing, and revenue-generating programs. 
  • Oversee the planning, implementation and evaluation of Roots of Justice trainings and other programs, consultations and services, as carried out by the Training Team.

For more information please review the complete (JOB DESCRIPTION)

Accountability Council (Board Member: open positions include Secretary, Treasure, Co-Chair, Member At Large) 


ROJ seeks devoted and experienced leaders to: 

  • Provide organizational guidance, development, and evaluation of the Executive staff. 
  • Support the training team and hold them accountable to the organizational principles, practices, and mission. 
  • Be an ambassador for and promote RoJ programs to individuals and institutions. 
  • Approve the annual budget, audit reports, and material business decisions; to be informed of, and meet, all legal and fiduciary responsibilities.


  1. Previous attendance at Roots of Justice Antiracism Analysis Training and/or registration at an upcoming training. 
  2. Submit online interest form here. 
  3. A brief analysis of your understanding of oppression and your commitment to undoing racism, sexism, heterosexism, and other forms of oppression, including intersectionality.
  4. Participation in an interview  with the current collective on Zoom. 


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