About The Corner at Whitman Walker
The Corner at Whitman Walker, a new cultural center that focuses on intersectionality and looking to bring culture and socio-political concerns, in particular around issues of health and LGBTQ communities, into play with each other.
Whitman-Walker envisions a society where all persons are seen for who they are, treated with dignity and respect, and afforded an equal opportunity to health and wellbeing. Through care, advocacy, research, and education, we empower all persons to live healthy, love openly, and achieve equality and inclusion. For over 40 years, we have been meeting the needs of our communities with the endless dedication of our diverse teams. Whitman-Walker Health System was formed in 2017 as part of a strategic restructuring of Whitman-Walker Clinic, Inc. dba Whitman- Walker Health (WWH). The community health system’s purpose is to support and advance Whitman-Walker Health through a more diversified and financially sustainable business model. The community health system is comprised of the following corporate entities (jointly referred to as the “Health System”):
Whitman-Walker Health System (WWHS)
Whitman-Walker Institute (WW Institute)
Whitman-Walker Foundation (WW Foundation)
Whitman-Walker Health System Real Property Holdings (WWHS Real Property Holdings)
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Community Liaison/Art Educator will link The Corner at Whitman-Walker and local communities in diverse ways, amongst them through outreach and internal initiatives. The Community Liaison/Art educator will help conceptualize the educational programs The Corner at Whitman-Walker and be responsible for the everyday management of these. The Community Liaison/Art Educator will help with communication and social media. Some flexibility in skills and tasks is required in the face of evolving goals and deliverables as this new institution is being built with the smallest of teams.