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Join the 2022-2023 SACE Team

Have a hands-on part in the movement that is shaping the future of economics, finance, data science, and public policy


The Sadie Collective started as a volunteer-based organization by women seeking to create a community for themselves. Since the community’s inception in 2018, it has evolved to include a fellowship program that allows high school, undergraduate, early career, and graduate students to build community and support each other as they pursue a career in the economics profession.


This year the fellowship program has evolved to include regional representatives, as the Sadie Collective’s membership expands worldwide. Their role is to plan an event in their area, voice the needs of Fellows for their region aiding the organization’s strategic direction and to serve as a bridge between our digital community, head office and their local jurisdiction.


Fellows will facilitate community building in their regions and virtually with tasks varying depending on the their type of role.

Regional Fellowships

  • Regional Representative (California) 

  • Regional Representative (Northeast - Washington, DC)

  • Regional Representative (Midwest - Chicago) 

  • Regional Representative (South - Georgia) 

  • Regional Representative (Europe by way of TBEN)

  • Regional Representative (Africa (West and Central) by way of African School of Economics)

  • Regional Representative (Africa (East and South))

  • Regional Representative (Latin America + the Caribbean)

  • Mentorship Coordinator

  • Virtual Engagement

  • Anti-trust Fellow

You must live in the regional area you are interested in representing if applying to be a regional representative

Part-Time Fellowships

Note all positions below require a commitment of 10 hours a week.


Mentorship Coordinator:

  • Uses the engage@ email address to facilitate mentorship pairings 

  • Facilitates mentorship match pairings throughout the year by leveraging ally network and Membership Portal 


Anti-Trust Fellow:

  • Manages the engage@ email to facilitate membership engagement

  • Supports diversity.Advance in event curation and webinars  focused on increasing awareness of career options in economics research on anti-trust

  • Work with Virtual Engagement Fellow and Content team to promote The Sadie Collective’s antitrust initiative

  • Liaison for Diversity.Advance of the American Bar Association

Virtual Engagement Fellow:

  • Manages the engage@ email address

  • Sends out a weekly newsletter to the Collective membership 

  • Hosts virtual Membership wide meetings 

  • Monthly Membership Meetings


Website Administrator:

  • Attends meeting with Hamilton Place Strategies 

  • Attends meetings with Urban Institute 

  • Creates and maintains internal and external websites in collaboration with the Sadie Core team and external partners 

  • Reviews web content, links, and design; provide necessary updates and enhancements in a timely manner.

  • Maintains internal brand asset library on drive and website portal

  • Ensure the website is up to date with current events, news, programming, The members, and all other information relevant to the organization

  • Coordinating with other members of the team—such as graphic designers or information technology professionals—to ensure that all aspects of the website project are completed on time

  • Designing and developing new website pages based on client requests or company needs

  • Maintaining and updating current content on the website to ensure it is relevant to users’ needs


Conference Consultant

  • Regular meetings with our partners at The Urban Institute

  • Maintains a working relationship with Hamilton Place Strategies

  • Preparing and presenting regular conference updates to the internal Sadie Team (monthly frequency until a month prior to the event, then change to weekly frequency)

  • Conception of conference, theme, structure, and flow

  • Cataloging and distribution of labor for conference planning and execution

  • Ensuring conference speakers’ understanding of participation expectations

  • Organization of conference elements including 

  • Conference sessions

  • Speaker and contact information

  • Conference schedule 

  • Speaker proposal documents

  • Contracts

  • Attendee and speaker communication

Location: East Coast (NY & D.C. areas preferred)


  • Ability to commit 10 hours per week

  • Excellent writing, and communication skills

  • Excellent attention to detail

  • Interest in economics, data science, finance, or public policy

  • Familiarity with Trello, Slack, Google Suite is a plus

  • Salesforce or other Donor software familiarity is a plus

  • Comfortable in an environment that embraces evaluation and quality improvement

  • Customer-service orientation and problem-solving attitude, along with strong interpersonal and collaborative skills

  • Skilled problem-solver and self-starter

  • Comfortable working with a diverse group of individuals to meet project objectives within established timelines; can effectively move from strategy to details in a seamless way

  • Ability to work independently and efficiently in a fast-paced and evolving environment


Preferred Candidates have

  • Interest in the nonprofit sector, and corporate social responsibility

  • Excellent organizational skills and project management abilities

  • Team player, entrepreneurial and enthusiastic about working in a startup culture

  • Detail-oriented and capable of managing multiple simultaneous projects

  • Good with people and building relationships

  • Can-do personality with a good sense of humor

  • Familiarity with Trello, Slack, Google Suite is a plus

  • Salesforce or other Donor software familiarity is a plus

Education and Experience

  • Currently enrolled undergraduate, graduate student, or recent graduate

  • Interested in economics, finance, public policy, or data science

Physical Demands:

  • Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job.

Our Offer to You:

  • $10,000 stipend disbursed for Fellowship commitment from June 2022 to June 2023 (More than what on-campus jobs offer!)

  • Key deliverables to build out your portfolio and body of work 

  • Work from anywhere, most of our work takes place remotely

  • Camaraderie with women in economics and related fields prioritizing scholarship, ambition, community, and excellence

  • Access to a professional development fund to support your career endeavors

The Sadie Collective is an equal opportunity employer and follows all laws associated with EEOC.

Virtual Engagement
Website Admin
Conference Consultant
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