Meet the Team

Alexis Banks

(she/her)

Senior Manager of Learning and Operations

Anastasiya Bohomolna

(she/her)

Marketing & Communications Intern

Britt Lake

(she/her)

Chief Executive Officer

Conor Huynh

(he/him)

Operations Associate

Corey Holland

(he/him)

Partnerships Manager

Fariha Raisa

(she/her)

Partnerships Intern

Isa Chudzik

(she/her)

Events (Summit) Intern

Megan Campbell

Megan Campbell

(she/her)

Senior Director of Programs and Strategy

Roderick Griner

(he/him)

Community Coordinator

Tatyanna Santiago

(she/her)

Strategy Intern

Benilda Samuels

Benilda Samuels

Nurse Family Partnership
Chief Operations Officer

bryan simmons

Bryan Simmons

Arcus Foundation
Vice President Communications

Dennis Whittle

Normal>Next
Co-founder

Jean-Louis Sarbib

World Bank
Former Senior Vice President

Katie Ensign

Jessie Ball duPont Fund
Vice President for Placemaking & Administration

2019-2020 Feedback Fellows

Doussouba Konate

Accountability Lab Mali and Niger

Ilse Berenice Garibay Dueñas

Organismo de Nutrición Infantil, A.C.

Sanjay Fernandes

SOLE Colombia

Yvonne Petrasovits

Doorways of NWFL

2018 Feedback Fellows

Shondra Muhammad

SHAPE

Isadora Hastings Garcia

Cooperacion Comunitaria AC

Korvi Rakshand

JAAGO

Yotam Polizer

IsraAID

Rudra Neupane

PHASE Nepal

Samuel Boateng

CARE Ghana

Careers at Feedback Labs

Part-Time Positions

Feedback Labs is currently seeking interns for the fall cohort. Apply now!

Why apply for a Feedback Labs Internship?

Feedback Labs is a nonprofit organization that believes people are the best experts in their own lives, and they should ultimately drive the policies and programs that impact them. In order to make feedback the norm in aid, philanthropy, nonprofits, and government, Feedback Labs collaborates to create incentives, support feedback-related tools and training, and foster a community of people and organizations committed to listening.

Our team is dynamic and growing. We work smart, we work hard, and we have fun. As a Feedback Labs intern, you will work closely with each member of the team, be trusted with great responsibility, and push the organization forward. Past interns have helped create new products, transformed our marketing and communication strategies, and written blog articles. Joining Feedback Labs is ​a ​chance ​to ​work ​with ​a ​fun ​and ​exciting team, ​learn ​from ​some ​of ​the ​most ​creative ​types ​in ​the sector, and be supported to take the next big step in growing your career. You are a great fit for our team if:

You are

  • Infinitely adaptable
  • Driven and hungry to succeed
  • Able to create your own direction and roll with the punches
  • Collected and proactive under pressure
  • The perfect balance of thoughtful and action-oriented
  • 100% committed to excellence

You can

  • Communicate the essence of complex concepts and concisely convey detailed information
  • Own your projects and responsibilities
  • Value giving and receiving of honest and constructive feedback
  • Manage competing priorities well, with great attention to detail
  • Project a professional, helpful demeanor

You will

  • Take on opportunities you never imagined
  • Jumpstart your career alongside the best and brightest
  • Join the Feedback Labs family

 

The internship will run from early September to mid-December

Though Feedback Labs is based in Washington, DC, you do not need to be! We encourage all applicants, US-based and international, to apply. The internship will be conducted remotely with the opportunity to come into the office if you are based in the local area. You must be available for a minimum of 20 hours per week.

 

Compensation:

This is an unpaid internship, but Feedback Labs does offer up to $100 per week for reimbursable expenses that may be used to cover food, supplies, or any other items that allow you to participate as your full self. Feedback Labs offers other benefits to all interns, including professional development funds and other learning opportunities. We are also happy to work with selected candidates to apply for academic credit where permitted by hosting institutions.

 

Internship Tracks

This internship is an opportunity to hone your unique skill set. Do you like strategic thinking? Research? Writing? When you apply for an internship, please indicate your order of preference for the following internship tracks, and we will try to match you to the role that best matches your interests.

 

Strategy

In order to make feedback the norm in aid, philanthropy, nonprofits, and governments. Feedback Labs collaborates with funders and nonprofit platforms to create incentives for organizations to improve their feedback practices. As a Strategy Intern, you will develop ideas and new prototypes of ways to encourage organizations to do a better job of listening and responding to feedback. You will collaborate with leaders in the field to scale rewards for organizations that have great feedback practices. You will also apply your research skills, excellent writing ability, and attention to detail in order to establish Feedback Labs as a thought leader in major reports, external communications, collateral, and grant reporting.

 

Marketing & Communications

We work closely with our network of organizations committed to listening to their constituents and feedback champions who are growing our field. We use a combination of live and virtual events, our bi-weekly newsletter, and our social media channels to promote our work and wins for the feedback field.  

As a Marketing & Communications Intern, you will help drive the engagement of our community and work on projects that help grow and engage our community in areas of our communications, membership, and live and virtual events.  Every day is different, but some tasks might include curating and communicating relevant content to the feedback community, producing and overseeing events logistics, marketing support, creating social media content, and writing for our blog and newsletter.

We’re looking for an intern who is excited about interacting with our community members, engaging in online forums, supporting our members, and most importantly, bringing fresh, innovative ideas to help us better understand how they engage with Feedback Labs to improve their experiences. Ideal candidates will be marketing, communications or studio art/production majors and have some experience with, or interest in, social media, graphic design, web development, or writing. 

 

Events (Summit)

A major part of our mission is convening our network of nonprofits, philanthropies, and service providers to celebrate the growth of our field, share best practices, and network. We hold a number of virtual events throughout the year as well as our Feedback+ Summit. 

As an Events Intern, you will work with our Communities Team to plan and execute our annual Feedback+ Summit including speaker scheduling, logistics, venue and catering, and working with stakeholders and vendors to ensure we create an excellent experience for our network.

We’re looking for an intern who is excited about interacting with our community members, is ready to work smart, is organized, detail-oriented, manages their time well, and is a natural problem-solver. Candidates with some experience organizing events is a plus!  

 

Ready to Apply?

Show us who you are! Please fill out the Feedback Labs Fall 2021 Internships application form. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until August 20, 2021 at 6pm EST.

 

Feedback Labs seeks to build a diverse team that reflects and amplifies the diversity of voices that need to be heard within societies from around the world. Feedback Labs encourages applications from people of all races, genders, orientations, ethnicities, backgrounds, and identifications, and strives to ensure an inclusive and affirming work environment for all. If you need assistance or accommodations due to a disability, please contact us at [email protected].

Launch your career alongside some of the best and brightest minds in aid, philanthropy, and government. We expect everyone at the Labs to contribute above and beyond their job description, improve their skills, and advance their careers. We are committed to supporting our team members on that journey.

Every FBL team member:

Owns their Role

You will take on real responsibility for overcoming challenges from day one. You will make noise, reach for new opportunities, and move the Labs forward.

Has an Entrepreneurial Spirit

You make smart, fast decisions and iterate on the results. You’ll have the freedom to experiment because we know you’ll find a way to succeed.

Expects Excellence

You’ll hold yourself to a high standard, and we’ll support you to achieve it. When the cards are down, you’ll jump in and help propel the team to new heights.

Perks and Benefits

Feedback Labs provides excellent employee benefits and a fun, flexible, and healthy work environment.

 

Career Development

We ensure that all staff receive in-house training and opportunities to develop new skills through challenging on-the-job assignments. We provide resources for external workshops and conferences to help team members meet their personal missions and grow in their careers.

Flexibility

FBL offers flexibility to accommodate employees’ individual schedules and support their efforts to maintain a healthy balance between serving our shared mission and pursuing personal passions.

Fitness Perks

All FBLers have unlimited access to the building’s well-equipped gym and twice-weekly yoga classes.

Benefits

Full-time salaried employees enjoy a robust benefits package that includes:

Medical, Dental, and Vision Coverage
Disability and Life Insurance
401(k) matching contributions
Vacation and Personal Leave
Flexible Spending Accounts

 

Listen to FBL staff speak about FBL’s unique work culture in this episode of “Better than Most,” a series on The Business of Giving podcast that features the best places to work among social good businesses and nonprofit organizations.