Time's Up



TIME’S UP Foundation

LOCATION: Washington, D.C.

INDUSTRY: Advocacy / Grassroots

ABOUT US: We insist upon a world where everyone is safe and respected at work. A world where women have an equal shot at success and security. A world where no one lives in fear of sexual harassment or assault.

By helping change culture, companies, and laws, TIME’S UP Now aims to create a society free of gender-based discrimination in the workplace and beyond. We want every person — across race, ethnicity, religion, sexuality, gender identity, and income level — to be safe on the job and have equal opportunity for economic success and security.


  • Research: Conduct or monitor research projects, including finding and/or fact-checking data and statistics.
  • Private sector policy: Help explore and execute TIME’S UP’s private sector work, including tracking specific corporate policy interventions and building a database of private sector policies and practices.
  • Advocacy: Support federal and state advocacy efforts by participating in meetings with key players in the women’s movement, tracking policy proposals and announcements, and attending and supporting events and forums within our Industry Change Teams.
  • Public Policy: Maintain a database of state and federal policies and write policy and briefing memos.
  • Administrative Tasks: Complete administrative tasks as assigned. Ranging from preparing notes from weekly team calls to managing and organizing the team’s internal drive.

REMOTE WORK ENVIRONMENT: All interns will report to the Executive Operations Manager who will be responsible for assimilating interns into our work culture including introductions to staff and leadership, social gatherings and working requirements. 

TIME ZONE: Eastern, pacific, and central

WORKING HOURS: There is flexibility regarding which hours the intern works.

EQUIPMENT & SOFTWARE: Access to high-speed Wi-Fi, Personal laptop

2020 Intern Reflection:

I worked as a research analyst intern with the Time's Up Impact Lab. I worked on finding relevant research to our research library that informs the work we do- pay equity, dignified work, ending sexual harassment in the workplace, ending all types of work place discrimination, paid family leave, etc. I also did research on topics lay the gender wage gap, Black women survivors of sexual violence, and culture change and wrote literature reviews on these topics to help inform the research and advocacy efforts of the Impact Lab. In my first week, I worked with the research team to draft a monthly blog based on the jobs day numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics. I did so much more as well.

The team is so close and everyone is eager to engage with interns. I met with everyone on the team, including the actual CEO and all the high level people. They were all so gracious, and everyone was always open to hearing my input on meetings and to hear my ideas.

-Akosua Adubofour '21

Washington, D.C.