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Chapter Lead

Beats By Girlz Phoenix, AZ

About Beats By Girlz

Beats By Girlz is a 501(c)3 nonprofit working on gender equity in music production and technology. We do this work through global programming and regional chapter work including events, content development, educational programming, and community building for youth and adults.


Now in our 11th year, BBG has grown from a volunteer run organization to an organization with a staff of 8 people and has almost 40 chapters world wide. We partner and collaborate with artists, sister organizations, and partners including: Ableton, Splice, Native Instruments, Focusrite, Kimbra, Madame Gandhi, Bad Snacks, She Is The Music, Femme House, and more! You can learn more about Beats By Girlz at and on IG @beatsbygirlz.


About Beats By Girlz Phoenix, AZ

BBG PHX is a new Beats By Girlz chapter starting in September 2023 in partnership with ASU and the BBG ASU chapter, sponsored by Amazon. This chapter will focus on events and programming geared towards adult and young adults who are budding and aspiring producers, recording engineers, writers, artists, DJ’s and adjacent careers.


Chapter Leader BBG PHX Position

The Chapter Leader will manage and oversee the four events ranging from August 2023 to March 2024. For each of these events they will need to manage a set budget, coordinate and execute the event, work with volunteers and interns, document and keep records of the events, use social media and press outlets for marketing and communications, and keep track of and engage attendees. The events are:


  • Launch Party at ASU, September 2023: A vibrant event that brings together diverse voices and foster conversations that contribute to the long-term goal of achieving gender equity in the music industry, and industry development in AZ.

  • November 2023 & January 2024 Events: These events will be programmed based upon feedback from the community at the launch party. Activities and programming will likely include: live performance showcases at venues, highlighting featured artists and success stories, workshops, panel discussions, networking events, mentorship programs based around music production, songwriting, engineering, DJing and general industry development. 

  • Writing and Production Camp, February 2024: This will be a 2-3 day professional experience where women and gender-expansive industry professionals and novices alike create songs, recordings, and relationships. This event will focus on creating connections between the local music industry. 



  • 2-5 years of experience planning events or project management

  • Attention to detail and strong organizational skills

  • Outstanding problem-solving skills with the ability to anticipate problems ahead of time and solve them efficiently

  • Entrepreneurial spirit, self starter, ability to predict and solve problems before they occur – great a getting tasks done efficiently not matter the size

  • Great communication skills

  • Ability to set, maintain, and track a budget

  • Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work well with vendors, volunteers, interns, and the public

  • Ability to multitask and improvise on the spot


Additional Experience (admired but not required):

  • Deep passion for the music industry, music technology and production, and music education

  • Excitement for working with a feminist non-profit organization 

  • Experience fundraising and grant writing

  • Ability to read and write in Spanish


This is a hybrid remote/in person contract position and is $5,000 for the project starting in August 2023 and going through February 2024 with the opportunity to renew if funding allows. If desired, this Chapter Leader will also have the opportunity to continue to fundraise for the chapter and create more programming in the future. 


To Apply

To apply, please email with the subject PHX Chapter Leader by August 10th, 2023 with your resume. 


BBG encourages applications from individuals belonging to diverse and marginalized groups. Research shows that women, LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, and other marginalized communities tend to apply for jobs only if they meet all the qualifications. However, meeting 100% of the qualifications is not necessary to apply for this position. BBG is an equal opportunity employer committed to fostering a diverse community. We encourage individuals from the communities we serve, including people of color, people with disabilities, Native American and Indigenous people, LGBTQIA+ individuals, immigrants and refugees, and women, to apply. 




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