Glymph Consulting

About MVP

MVP is a best-in-class advising platform connecting progressive donors to the most effective and promising grassroots organizations in the country working at the intersection of movements, community organizing, and elections. We aim to increase investment in frontline organizations led by the most impacted communities to increase turnout among the progressive base, build long-term political power, and ultimately to transform our country at the local, state, and national levels. In the 2020 cycle, MVP successfully moved over $120 million to over 600 local groups across the country, focused in the most critical states.

Our Approach:

We are organizers, and the heart of our work is organizing donors through MVP to support local groups in order to build, sustain, and amplify their impact. We work in service of local groups, and we try to be aware at all times of the power dynamics of being a funder and to be careful about incentivizing actions that could alter an organization’s own priorities; we work hard not to impose on our partners. We are also striving to continuously scrutinize and dismantle the ways we manifest and reproduce white supremacy culture both internally and externally.

We focus on building from our assets, and taking a positive approach to growth and change that helps groups and donors to feel comfortable being vulnerable about their areas of improvement. We believe in a non-competitive, non-divisive, whole ecosystem approach; we are always seeking opportunities to support and encourage collaboration among groups and donors.


The Senior Manager of Learning and Evaluation will lead learning and evaluation for MVP's programs. Working closely with the VP of Programs, you will help to ensure that MVP’s grantmaking strategy is innovating and evolving to meet the needs of the movement. This includes working closely with all aspects of the program of our team to understand our strategy and the strategies of our partners then naming what we can track and measure. You will then create a process for tracking and demonstrating the impact and success of these strategies. Additionally, you will work closely with the Senior Manager of Program Advising to prepare the findings for use by our Communications and Donor Advising Team. Finally, you will support all members of the program team in focusing their strategies and learning from the evaluations you are supporting to ensure that we are deploying our resources as strategically as possible. You will not only lead MVP and our partners to demonstrate our impact, but you will also contribute to ensuring MVP is a leader in the fields of philanthropy and organizing.

As Senior Manager of Learning and Evaluation, you will be responsible for:

Program Evaluation

  • Devising and managing experiments that test our strategies and foster learning and innovation.
  • Designing processes for measuring the impact of our grant making.
  • Working closely with the State Advising team to measure the effectiveness of their strategies and identifying partners to work closely with to support the demonstration of their impact.
  • Working closely with the Capacity Building team to support the evaluation of MVP’s capacity building programs.
  • Producing qualitative and quantitative reports for the Communications and Donor Advising Team, in collaboration with the Deputy Director of Program Advising


  • Working closely with the VP of Programs to track state and national political trends, emerging best practices, including polling, constituency trends, and analysis.
  • Serving as a thought partner to the Program team on how to focus or change their strategies based on the evaluations you are supporting them in conducting
  • Working with State Advisors to support information gathering that supports their strategies.
  • Developing, designing, and running experiments with our partners that can serve as case studies to demonstrate impact or test a strategy.
  • Serving as a thought partner to the capacity building team on how to focus or change their strategies based on the evaluation.
  • Leading MVP to learn and iterate our strategies so that we can be most effective at supporting our partners and ensuring results that lead to winning and tangible improvements in people’s lives.

Cross-team Accountability

  • Working with the Communications team and Deputy Director of Program Advising, to provide input for the production of written and visually compelling plans, state and fund one-pagers, updates, reports, and other materials as needed.
  • Build collaborative relationships with colleagues across the organization.

Other duties: We’re a growing organization, and responsibilities will evolve with the role and as opportunities emerge.



  • Experience in the field - the more multifaceted, the better. You’ve worked in, led, and supported local grassroots organizations and deeply understand their work.
  • Skill and comfort facilitating meetings, managing timelines, tracking budgets, and project management with multiple stakeholders.
  • Cultural humility - ability to build relationships across lines of difference.
  • Demonstrated ability to engage at a high level with issues of racial equity and inclusion.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to leverage technology and database systems such as Google Suite, AirTable, and Slack.
  • Passion for grassroots progressive political change and shifting power to marginalized communities.
  • Leveraging data and evaluation to coach and/or facilitate group learning and information sharing.
  • Advanced knowledge of methods of social scientific measurement, including non-experimental research designs and methodologies.


  • Demonstrated capability to lead cross-functionally - a creative and collaborative thinker and overall positive presence.
  • Experience in both grassroots and national organizations.
  • Coaching and/or facilitation experience.
  • Ability to work in VAN and other campaign tools.
  • Knowledge about existing research and theory related to political power building, political behavior, or political psychology.

We realize that some great candidates may not have every single thing on this list - that’s OK! If this job posting piques your interest, we encourage you to apply!

Additional Information

Location: Fully remote, with the expectation of occasional travel post-pandemic (i.e. 2-5 times annually). We strive to create a family-friendly work environment and can make accommodations for team members with limited ability to travel.

Compensation and hours: This is a full-time, salaried position with a base salary range of $105,000 - $125,000, commensurate with skills and experience, with generous benefits including employer-paid medical and optional dental and vision insurance, basic life insurance, 401(k), regular work-from-home and wellness stipends, and four weeks of paid vacation.

Deadline: Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled - sooner is better.

Equal employment statement: Movement Voter Project isn’t just an equal opportunity employer. We are actively seeking to build a diverse and inclusive team with a wide range of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills to support the incredible diversity of grassroots organizing across the country. MVP does not discriminate based upon race/ethnicity, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a veteran, status as an individual with a disability, and any other characteristics.