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Jackson River is a virtual workplace with a headquarters in Washington, DC. We have over 30 talented staff distributed around the United States.

We are passionate, creative, and dedicated to our nonprofit clients. We go to bed at night knowing that every meeting we have, every feature we build, and every recommendation we deliver improves our collective lot on this planet. So if your political values lean left, your work is high caliber, and you want to make a difference, we hope you'll consider joining our team.


Top 5 Reasons to Join Jackson River
Our People Fun, smart, interesting, committed colleagues
Our Values Progressive orientation, flexible workplace, commitment to new ideas, trust, and mutual respect
Amazing Causes Relief and development, animal welfare, and environmental action
Interesting Work Innovative technology and the latest in nonprofit digital marketing
Great Benefits Including medical, dental, vision, PTO, and support for professional growth

Why Work At Jackson River?

Working at Jackson River gives me the opportunity to apply my skills and experience in a tangible way, and all in the name of facilitating the growth and development of causes I believe in. Our work is more than just the technology we use—it’s about the way we can use technology to make a difference for the organizations we work with.— Meli Trumbo


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