Coordinator of Strategic Initiatives

Generate Health STL

11 - 50 employees
St. Louis
Communications, Field / Organizing, Operations / Scheduling
Entry Level
$30,000 - $44,999


Full time, non-exempt

Generate Health mobilizes and inspires the St. Louis region to advance racial equity in pregnancy outcomes, family well-being, and community health. Generate Health is seeking a full-time Coordinator of Strategic Initiatives.

Purpose: The Strategic Initiatives Coordinator is responsible for coordinating and supporting collaborative efforts that help advance the organization’s mission. Critical initiatives include Perinatal Behavioral Health Initiative (PBHI), Home Visiting Collaborative (HVC) and Safe Sleep. This role develops and nurtures collaborative relationships with provider organizations and community leaders.


  • Ensure active participation by key stakeholders through strong communication and engagement strategies.
  • Develop, follow-up and maintain strategic relationships with key stakeholders.
  • Promote initiatives to priority audiences (policy makers, funders, and community members).
  • Represent the organization on committees and other community initiatives.
  • Facilitate logistics for meetings/convenings.
  • Support community engagement in all initiatives to ensure community voice is centered.
  • Mobilize and motivate partners to act to address complex issues.
  • Coordinate evaluation efforts with initiatives.
  • Support reporting initiative progress with grantors/funders and initiative participants.
  • Manage partner relationships.
  • Supervise students and volunteers as needed to accomplish initiative goals.
  • Increase visibility and build community support for initiatives.
  • Regularly convene stakeholders to promote increased knowledge and action.
  • Co-chair recruitment, ongoing support for and communication with co-chairs, including development of meeting agendas.
  • Design and implement professional development opportunities.


  • Bachelor’s degree in public health, social work, community health nursing or related field preferred.
  • Proven record of accomplishment over a minimum of 2 years in program management and working with community groups.
  • Ability to authentically engage community organizations and community members.
  • Communication skills are required both verbal and written.
  • Experience in maternal and child health is preferred.
  • Strong presentation and facilitation skills.
  • Excellent computer skills, including internet research, databases, word processing, spreadsheets, database management software, email, and web and video conferencing such as Zoom and Teams.
  • Knowledge of racial equity and ability to reflect on where you are in your own journey.



To apply, send cover letter and resume to Please no phone calls.