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Austin, TX

Chief Executive Officer, Every Body Texas
The Organization About Every Body Texas Mission – To ensure that every person in Texas can access safe, unbiased, and high-quality sexual and reproductive health. To achieve our mission, Every Body Texas funds providers of sexual and reproductive healthcare in Texas by administering federal Title X funding and supports this network of providers by delivering innovative training and technical assistance.  Every Body Texas has an annual budget of approximately $17 million, most of which is distributed to our provider network of 36 agencies operating 175 clinic sites across the state. In 2019, this network provided comprehensive, high quality family planning services to more than 142,000 individuals, many of whom were low income. Located in Austin, Every Body Texas has a strong, trusted relationship with our provider network, funding partners, and other key stakeholders. Last year in response to the COVID pandemic, we identified innovative ways to carry out our work and we provide the highest levels of support to our provider network in a continuously challenging environment. We are currently engaged in a multi-year Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) initiative that is intended to positively impact service delivery at the local level as well as our internal operations. Equally important is our expanding presence as a state and national advocate for funding and program policies that promote and ensure access to services. Our current work is focused on these overarching goals:
  • Expand services and funding to best serve the sexual and reproductive healthcare needs of the people of Texas.
  • Establish Every Body Texas as a leader on the issues concerning sexual and reproductive healthcare to engage the public and policymakers.
  • Build an organizational structure and culture that reflects our values of access, equity, dignity, and innovation.
We are led by a diverse, visionary, and committed Board of Directors. We are financially strong and supported by a well-trained professional staff. We are optimistic about the future and ready to make the most of any opportunities that support access to sexual and reproductive healthcare for all Texans. For more information on Every Body Texas, please visit our website. Position Overview The Opportunity Every Body Texas is looking for a proven leader, an inclusive, innovative candidate with the skills and experience to lead this dynamic organization as Chief Executive Officer (CEO). The CEO will bring leadership, vision, collaboration, and creativity to the ongoing growth of the organization. The CEO will bring proven nonprofit management expertise and experience in community-based programs, advocacy, reproductive justice, and healthcare and will be an advocate for access to sexual and reproductive healthcare in Texas. The CEO will strive to leverage community presence, relationships, and strategy to further the organization’s goals. We are seeking a leader with an understanding of the work and mission of Every Body Texas; a strategic and analytical thinker and problem solver who responds to challenges effectively, with sound judgment, high integrity, and a sense of humor.  The CEO will work in a fast-paced environment with a leadership style that facilitates consensus building. This person will understand how to lead and build trust in a remote or hybrid work environment. The CEO reports to the Board and is ultimately responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its programmatic, development, and financial objectives. Responsibilities Strategic Vision
  • Provide vision and direction for Every Body Texas’ future growth, working with the Board and staff to implement and refine the organization’s strategic priorities.
  • Ensure that an equity lens is embedded in the work of Every Body Texas.
  • Develop, advance, and communicate goals and priorities to all levels of the organization ensuring clarity in decision-making.
Board Engagement
  • Ensure the Board has all the information needed to inform their policy decisions.
  • Provide timely and transparent information to the Board on the stability and sustainability of the organization and any important factors influencing it.
  • Leverage the expertise of the Board committee structure and membership to support the overall success of the organization.
  • Work with the Board President to ensure strong leadership, partnership, and collaboration, ensuring open lines of communication, high levels of engagement, and the advancement of the mission.
Finance and Administration
  • Ensure the financial health of the organization.
  • Approve the annual budget and regular financial reports, including the annual audit, for presentation to the Board.
  • Maintain oversight to ensure proper financial and administrative controls are established and implemented.
Program Leadership
  • Maintain a working knowledge of significant developments and trends in the field of sexual and reproductive healthcare on a local, state, and national level.
  • Ensure that staff has the direction and resources needed to meet program goals, including Title X and non-Title X projects.
  • Support development and implementation of policies that increase access to services.
  • Foster a supportive environment that encourages innovation, creativity and risk-taking.
Development and External Communications
  • Maintain positive relationships with current funders while seeking to increase and diversify funding sources to support strategic goals of the organization.
  • Stay apprised of developments in the public and private funding landscape.
  • Provide leadership and support for the policy positions of Every Body Texas, including public speaking as needed.
  • Promote the organization’s mission and message through various means, including the organization’s social media accounts.
  • Ensure sound working relationships and collaboration with local, state, and national organizations that support reproductive rights, health, and justice.
Organizational and People Management
  • Promote the professional growth and development of staff.
  • Within the organization appropriately delegate responsibility, authority, and decision making. Maintain a workplace culture of success that attracts, retains, motivates, and respects diverse staff, deepening and strengthening a culture of inclusion and equity across the entire organization.
Candidate Profile We have described a broad range of responsibilities that the CEO will be expected to achieve directly or through appropriate and mindful delegation to staff. To meet these expectations, the ideal candidate will offer the following skills, experiences, and characteristics:
  • Bachelor’s degree required, with training or advanced degree in public health, business, law, or public administration preferred.
  • A minimum of four years’ experience in leading an organization of comparable scope and complexity or a minimum of five years’ experience serving in a substantial senior leadership capacity in such an organization.
  • Experience with major federal or state grants management and oversight.
  • Ability to successfully lead staff.
  • Knowledge of the mission and activities of Every Body Texas.
  • Broad understanding of healthcare policies, funding sources, and federal/state regulations regarding reproductive healthcare.
  • Skills and experience in organizational development and fundraising.
  • Experience in working with multiple and diverse stakeholders, including elected officials, board members, government and private sector workgroups, community advocates, etc.
  • Knowledge of and commitment to Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) principles.
Compensation & Benefits Every Body Texas offers a competitive salary and benefits package for employees consistent with its mission. Every Body Texas is an equal opportunity employer fully committed to creating an environment and team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, styles, and experiences. We encourage all to apply because we believe a diversity of voices leads to better discussions, decisions, and outcomes. Every Body Texas does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, military status, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. How To Apply Liz Lombard and Angie Sessoms of Koya Partners have been exclusively retained for this search. To express your interest in this role please submit your materials here or to Angie directly at All inquiries and discussions will be considered strictly confidential. About Koya Partners Koya Partners, a part of the Diversified Search Group firm, is dedicated to connecting exceptionally talented people with mission-driven clients. Our founding philosophy—The Right Person in the Right Place Can Change the World—guides our work as we partner with nonprofits & NGOs, institutions of higher education, responsible businesses, and social enterprises in local communities and around the world. At Koya, we don’t just accept difference—we celebrate it, support it, and thrive on it for the benefit of our team, our clients, and the communities we serve. Koya is an equal opportunity employer fully committed to creating an environment and team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, styles, and experiences. We encourage all to apply because we believe a diversity of voices leads to better discussions, decisions, and outcomes for everyone. Koya does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, military status, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. For more information about Koya Partners, visit

Baltimore, MD

Senior Associate REI position description 2021 NOVEMBER 01 FINAL

Bedford, MA

President & CEO, SouthCoast Community Foundation
The Organization Founded in 1995, the SouthCoast Community Foundation currently manages $50 million in charitable assets in support of more than 200 funds established by nonprofits, families, and businesses across Southeastern Massachusetts. SouthCoast Community Foundation’s work includes actively partnering with, and supporting the good work of, organizations that care for those in need, assist the country’s immigrants, create arts, celebrate the diversity of our cultures, make education available to everyone, expand civic engagement and participation, and seek to provide economic opportunity for each of us. Through a lens of racial equity and social justice, SCCF does this in a variety of ways, including focusing on education, arts and culture, and economic opportunity. Position Overview SCCF seeks a proven leader who demonstrates a strong ability to raise community awareness and clearly articulates the vision and direction for SCCF. They must be a strategic and visionary leader who understands the potential of SCCF to use its financial, social, and reputational capital to positively impact the community. An appreciation for the culture of the region and a willingness to understand the challenges and opportunities within the SouthCoast communities will be essential. SCCF seeks to challenge and change the practices, norms, and structures that create or perpetuate past, present, and future inequities. The President & CEO must have demonstrated leadership in advancing social justice initiatives designed to address and remedy structural inequalities and inequities. The ideal candidate must have experience working with diverse communities and a record of commitment to diversity of thought throughout the organization. A history of successful fundraising with the demonstrated ability to build relationships, mobilize and connect donors and partners, attract new funders, and develop new partnerships is essential. The President & CEO must understand and communicate the value of community investment, be able to engender trust, and successfully relate to donors. The President & CEO must have a sense of shared purpose in the success of others and the talent to inspire them to engage with the SCCF’s mission. Through philanthropic leadership, this leader will promote the SCCF’s culture of integrity, inclusiveness, transparency, and respect in which innovation, creativity, calculated risk-taking, and shared leadership are values, and where challenging but critical conversations are encouraged. SCCF seeks a leader who can cultivate, support, and inspire a united high-performing team of staff and volunteers. The President & CEO must have the temperament and skills to bring passion, vision, direction, business discipline, and inspiration to the organization. They must also have a management approach that is accessible, collaborative, and empowering. The selected person must be committed to creating an engaging, respectful, and inclusive work environment. The President & CEO must give attention to developing and managing community initiatives. This person understands community investment at a high level and has demonstrated experience and confidence in working with donors, service providers, businesses, and other civic leaders. The President & CEO will serve as the key spokesperson for SCCF and must demonstrate excellent written and spoken communication skills. The President & CEO will be an experienced and motivated executive with the financial and business acumen to provide oversight for the operational and financial management of a complex organization. An understanding of investments and knowledge of portfolio management, and skills working with investment consultants and advisors is desired. A track record of management skills, and of successfully partnering with an active and participative governing board, will be essential. The President & CEO will establish and maintain a climate of trust in all leadership and board-related matters and maintain a learning environment, encouraging active inquiry by the board and staff in pursuit of organizational excellence. The President & CEO will understand the importance of place, and be committed to live, work, and play an active role in the community. The candidate will have at least ten (10) years of nonprofit and/or civic leadership, business leadership, or philanthropic experience, with at least seven (7) years in a managerial role
How To ApplyTo apply, submit a current resume and letter of introduction to Kittleman & Associates, LLC at (click on the Apply button at the bottom of the page). For more information about the SouthCoast Community Foundation, click here:

Bettendorf, IA

President & Chief Executive Officer, Quad Cities Community Foundation
The Organization The Quad Cities Community Foundation (QCCF) is the most trusted resource for community generosity in the Quad Cities. Through donor generosity, nonprofit grantmaking, and active community participation, the organization shapes the way community members care for one another throughout eastern Iowa and western Illinois. Donors from around the region work with QCCF staff to make gifts to the communities and causes most important to them to support the most pressing needs and promising opportunities in their community. QCCF helps individuals, families and corporations to think deeply about and identify their philanthropic values and mission and learn about new avenues and methods for impactful giving. Staff support of nonprofits in their fundraising and endowment-building programs along with specific programming for the region’s funders and nonprofit CEOs and development professionals serves to strengthen the nonprofit sector’s resilience and capacity. As the Quad Cities seeks to grow its population, economy and the vibrancy of the community, QCCF is committed to ensuring that all of their work is intentionally diverse, inclusive, and considers the impact of its actions on equity. Position Overview QCCF seeks a proven and visionary executive-level leader who demonstrates a strong ability to work collaboratively at all levels in the community, but especially including philanthropic, government, nonprofit, and private sector leadership. The ability to inspire confidence and trust, along with exceptional communications skills, are a must.  Knowledge of the community foundation sector and business model is expected. A demonstrated capacity to lead the organization and community by articulating a clear, collective vision and to act decisively on behalf of the organization in pursuit of its mission and goals, is required. Successful experience exploring, developing, and implementing strategies for community impact is needed.  Experience engaging and supporting an active Board in its role as fundraising, fiduciary, steward, and strategic institutional asset is important. The successful candidate will likely be naturally creative, entrepreneurial, and eager to find innovative ways to pursue, cultivate and build strong and authentic donor and stakeholder relationships. This person must be able to engender trust and empathy and relate to community members and donors in a highly professional, honest, and caring manner. Their career has been noted by their ability to chart a path forward with exceptional interpersonal skills and a servant leadership style. Extensive experience in community leadership, philanthropy, fundraising, and experience in the community foundation sector is strongly preferred. The candidate will have a professional and personal commitment to the values of diversity, equity, and inclusion and must be able to lead the organization with a core commitment to these values, including leading organizational change processes to embed equity into the work of the Foundation. The qualified candidate must demonstrate success in reaching out to the community, participating with people of diverse socioeconomic backgrounds, and building rapport with those who have varying viewpoints and perceptions.  High integrity, commitment, fortitude, and sensitivity are essential to success in this role. The ability to communicate exceptionally well in oral and written form is necessary for success in this position.  This leader is an active listener and a creative problem solver who is politically savvy, patient, collaborative, and builds consensus to reconcile points of view.  As the key spokesperson for the Foundation, this person must be able to speak extemporaneously and appropriately on any number of subjects in a clear and transparent fashion in order to build trust and support. Leading, growing, and empowering the staff and a dedicated, committed Board are needed skills.  While a familiarity of the region is not a requirement, the ideal candidate must have the ability and desire to know, fully engage, and invest in the vibrant diversity that is the Quad Cities community. The ideal candidate will show a high level of participation in the life of the community in which they work by virtue of civic involvement, public service, volunteerism, and club or social activities.  A Bachelor’s degree is required. Advanced degree and continuing education/certification preferred. How To Apply Quad Cities Community Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and/or applicable state regulations, Quad Cities Community Foundation will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages prospective employees and incumbents to discuss potential accommodations with Quad Cities Community Foundation. To apply, submit a current resume and letter of introduction to Kittleman & Associates, LLC at (click on the Apply button at the bottom of the page). For more information about Quad Cities Community Foundation, visit:

Boston, MA

Chief Development Officer, RIZE Massachusetts
The Organization RIZE Massachusetts (RIZE) is an independent non-profit foundation working to end the opioid epidemic in Massachusetts and reduce its devastating impact on people, communities, and the economy. Partnering with executive and volunteer leadership, the Chief Development Officer (CDO) leads and manages a best-practice fundraising program with strategic prospect management at its core. Charged with growing donor engagement and revenue across fundraising channels, the CDO helps advance the foundation’s vision of zero stigma and zero deaths related to opioid use disorder (OUD) by securing investments in meaningful solutions that will save lives and reduce harm. Launched in 2017, RIZE is the result of visionary, influential providers, payers, unions and advocates coming together to address the alarming increase in OUD and overdose in Massachusetts. These founding partners convened with their public counterparts to develop and fund an operational platform on which a small, expert team has generated more than $20 million for prevention and treatment services. As it approaches its milestone 5th Anniversary, RIZE continues to make great strides as the only foundation dedicated solely to ending the opioid crisis across the state. In its work to fuel evidenced-based, scalable, and coordinated initiatives, RIZE embraces innovation, connectivity, collaboration, and inclusivity – ensuring that those with lived experience are members of this partnership. Position Overview Position Summary:  Reporting to the President & CEO as a key member of RIZE’s senior leadership team, the CDO will bring thought leadership in identifying funding opportunities that support strategic objectives, developing case strategies, plans, goals, and timelines. As a front-facing champion of RIZE’s mission, the CDO inspires, motivates, and engages individual and institutional prospects and donors to make impactful gifts, developing and managing a five-plus-figure gifts portfolio, and creating and executing innovative cultivation and stewardship activities. Qualifications:  The ideal candidate is a seasoned fundraiser with demonstrated experience working with executive and volunteer leadership to advance a strategic fundraising agenda; an effective relationship builder with superb interpersonal skills and an authentic comfort with a wide range of individuals and groups; a persuasive, credible, and polished communicator with solid writing and editing skills and comfort serving as an external “face” of the organization; proactive, flexible, and able to multi-task while meeting deadlines in a fast-moving work culture; customer-focused and tech savvy with strong organizational skills and a detail-orientation. Education and Experience:  BA/BS with 8+ years’ progressive fundraising experience with consistent success in strategic prospect management (individual, corporate, and foundation donors); strong working knowledge of the principles and best practices of fundraising and experience developing comprehensive prospect and stewardship strategies. Record of success identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and closing gifts upwards of five-figures; strong volunteer management experience with proven ability to train, motivate, and lead; and experience developing and maintaining substantial relationships with diverse groups and populations in an outcomes-driven, impactful environment. EOE M/F/VET/DISABILITY/GENDER IDENTITY/SEXUAL ORIENTATION How To Apply This is a retained search of Exceptional Executive Search. Please submit resume and letter of introduction to Nicole Gakidis at

Boston, MA

Executive Director, Mothers Out Front.
The Organization Mothers Out Front (MOF), the largest and only national grassroots organization that values the power of mothers as a force for change in climate justice, is seeking a compassionate, collaborative, and inclusive Executive Director (ED). Reporting to a Board of Directors the ED will lead a national staff of 33, a volunteer base of 33,000 members that include 3,000 engaged volunteers and will oversee an operating budget of $4M. MOF approaches climate change from a climate justice perspective, recognizing that every community deserves to participate in the climate change/climate justice movement to protect the future. Working at the local level in 5 states and organized in an additional 44 states, MOF has recorded significant victories across the country. Position Overview The ideal candidate is an executive leader with a grassroots organizing orientation that is rooted in building power to drive campaigns for change at the community level, and then leverage the locally built power for broader campaigns.  MOF’s goals for the future are to: increase the volunteer base by 10%; increase the engaged volunteer base by 40%; support the local organizations in their efforts to turn climate justice ideas into legislation; and develop national agenda efforts that address climate justice as a framework for climate change. A leader who has demonstrated passion for equity, an unwavering commitment to activism, and a visionary with drive to scale an organization and movement will be successful in this position.  Moreover, the successful candidate will possess a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible experience as a senior executive in a national climate change/climate justice organization with an anti-racist orientation. How To Apply The recruitment is open until the position is filled. Interested candidates should apply immediately by sending a comprehensive resume and compelling cover letter of interest to by December 31, 2021. Resumes received before the deadline will get first consideration. Confidential inquiries should be directed to Ms. Christine Boulware at 312-391-6098 or or Ms. Brett Byers at 323-403-8279, .  For additional information, view the full profile at

Boston, MA

Senior Assistant, Donor Relations, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
The Organization Located in Boston and the surrounding communities, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is a leader in life changing breakthroughs in cancer research and patient care. We are united in our mission of conquering cancer, HIV/AIDS and related diseases. We strive to create an inclusive, diverse, and equitable environment where we provide compassionate and comprehensive care to patients of all backgrounds, and design programs to promote public health particularly among high-risk and underserved populations. We conduct groundbreaking research that advances treatment, we educate tomorrow’s physician/researchers, and we work with amazing partners, including other Harvard Medical School-affiliated hospitals. Position Overview Senior Assistant, Donor Relations Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Boston, MA Full Remote The Senior Assistant, Donor Relations supports the full Donor Relations team in providing a comprehensive donor relations program consisting of stewardship, recognition, and events for a large donor base.  The position also manages meetings, calendar, phone messages, correspondence, and key projects for the Assistant Vice President, Donor Relations, and Vice President, Philanthropy Marketing,  including copying and filing of materials; creating Joint Team Meeting agendas for Philanthropy Marketing; acting as back-up to other team assistants; analyzing Trustee e-newsletter for trends; tracking trademark usage and materials; among other duties. Responsible for assisting the entire Division in reaching financial goals. Embodies Dana-Farber’s Core Values: Impact; Excellence; Compassion & Respect; and Discovery every day.  Adds value to the Dana-Farber community by seeking opportunities to collaborate across the Institute. Fosters an ethical, positive, results-oriented culture founded on open communication. Dana-Farber is currently in the largest and most ambitious fundraising effort in the Institute’s history – The Dana-Farber Campaign | Defy Cancer. Launched publicly in May 2021, the goal of the $2 billion campaign is to defy cancer at every turn and harness new techniques and technologies to prevent, treat, and defy cancer, resulting in more lives saved, more families intact, more dreams realized. The comprehensive campaign is coordinated around four pillars that build on our strengths and will accelerate our progress – Revolutionary Science, Extraordinary Care, and Exceptional Expertise – as well as the mission critical flexible funds that will allow us to change the face of cancer forever. Primary Responsibilities: Provide administrative support to the Assistant Vice President, Donor Relations. Tasks include, but not limited to:
  • Assist the Assistant Vice President in preparation for meetings, including drafting agendas and taking meeting minutes
  • Support the Assistant Vice President in compiling and managing the annual Donor Relations’ budget and expense reports
  • Facilitate the Donor Relations’ procurement card monthly statements; collect receipts and various paperwork necessary for Accounts Payable
  • Order Donor Relations office supplies; assist with the annual Donor Relations stationery order, and maintain inventory of all available stationery
  • Create/maintain organizational and management systems, including digitizing records for Donor Relations
  • Serve as a “super user” of the fundraising databases and reporting software (ClearView, EMS) for Donor Relations, and demonstrate expertise with Excel, Word, and PowerPoint and other management information, productivity, and tracking systems
  • Serve as the Donor Relations point person for Quickbase, an online time tracking system
  • Assemble new employee manuals for incoming Donor Relations staff, including updating and maintaining documents
  • Assist with event related resources, including the Division-wide events calendar, speaker database, pullup banners, and more
  • Manage the Division’s Holiday Card process
  • Assist with coordination of donor events as needed; tasks may include receiving RSVPs, speaking with donors, creating/distributing RSVP lists, printing name tags, generating correspondence, producing mail merged letters/invitations, ordering refreshments, staffing events, providing follow-up materials
  • Assist Donor Relations team with projects, as needed
  • Provide back-up support for front desk, as requested
Provide administrative support to the Vice President, Philanthropy Marketing. Tasks include, but not limited to:
  • Responsible for the Vice President’s meetings, calendar, phone/messages, correspondence, mail, faxes; order supplies; copy and file materials; create and maintain various team lists; maintain list of new hires; post materials on Philanthropy’s DevNet section on the DFCI Online intranet; travel arrangements and appointments with donors and vendors; research gift histories and donor/prospect information; create expense reports and manage reconciliation paperwork for Vice President’s P-card; provide support for meetings; execute research projects; create PowerPoints; maintain up-to-date “How To/ Procedures” documents for the Vice President; etc.
  • Serve as liaison between Vice President and Philanthropy Communications/Digital Marketing/Donor Relations and connect with the combined staff of 75; track staff time in team calendar and Vice President’s Outlook calendar; create agendas and manage details for Vice President’s Joint Team Meetings; track team volunteer time; track team holiday vacation time; assist with administrative on-boarding of new staff
  • Track and analyze usage and trends for the Trustee e-newsletter 5 times a year (4 issues and 1 annual recap).
  • Compile marketing materials and invitations binders for Trustee Philanthropy Committee meetings and for other occasions, as needed
  • Update the DFCI Overview PPT stats/content throughout the year; maintain current version on DevNet
  • Collect samples of marketing materials with registered trademarks and deliver to Office of General Counsel annually
    • Audit annually to ensure correct trademark usage
Additionally, execute the following:
  • Maintain a working knowledge of the ClearView, PeopleSoft and other management information and tracking systems; pull data for team, as needed
  • Draft acknowledgements/letters, as needed
  • Write articles for the Impact donor newsletter, as needed
  • Assist Donor Relations/Philanthropy Communications/Digital Marketing teams with various projects, such as research, filing, invitation mailings, donor mailings, signatures for designation term agreements, confirmation calls for events, RSVPs for events, physically staff large Donor Relations-run events, donor signage inventory, track various items as needed, such as DVDs, videos, campaign photo books, marketing collateral, etc.
  • Provide back-up support to Assistant Vice Presidents in Philanthropy Communications/Digital Marketing, and their assistants, during vacations/leaves, or as projects arise
  • Fulfill all duties needed for The Dana-Farber Campaign
  • Maintain confidentiality regarding donor and staffing information
  • Work simultaneously on multiple projects, managing work and requests from the Division, as needed
  • Execute a variety of special projects on an ongoing basis
  • Interact with Philanthropy staff, senior Institute staff and faculty, volunteers, sponsors, donors, and prospects, often this includes highly confidential matters
Qualifications: Associate degree and/or administrative training degree required. 3-5 years administrative experience. Superior administrative skills are necessary.  Excellent written and verbal communications skills are critical.  Must be detail-oriented with superior organizational and self-managerial skills, along with the ability to be flexible and to execute a multitude of projects.  A strong understanding and commitment to problem-solving, customer service, marketing, and donor relations is also needed.  A directed and self-starting attitude is preferred.  Solid computer skills and competency in Microsoft Office Suite products (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, etc.).  A high degree of confidentiality must always be exercised. This position will evaluate current programs and create and execute approved plans to expand and diversify the donors and participants for the events assigned in order to broaden our donor base and create even more inclusive events. Experience with diverse donors is a plus.  For more information and to apply, please visit: Resume and cover letter required with application submission. About Dana Farber: Located in Boston and the surrounding communities, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is a leader in life changing breakthroughs in cancer research and patient care. We are united in our mission of conquering cancer, HIV/AIDS and related diseases. We strive to create an inclusive, diverse, and equitable environment where we provide compassionate and comprehensive care to patients of all backgrounds, and design programs to promote public health particularly among high-risk and underserved populations. We conduct groundbreaking research that advances treatment, we educate tomorrow’s physician/researchers, and we work with amazing partners, including other Harvard Medical School-affiliated hospitals. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is an equal opportunity employer and affirms the right of every qualified applicant to receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, disability, age, ancestry, military service, protected veteran status, or other groups as protected by law. How To Apply Please use the link in the job description:

Brookline, MA

Senior Associate, Principal & Major Gifts, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
The Organization DFCI DISCLAIMER: The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification.  It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.  Requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate qualified individuals with disabilities.  This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise, other than an “at will” employment relationship.   External and internal applicants, as well as position incumbents who become disabled as defined under the Americans With Disabilities Act, must be able to perform the essential job functions (as listed) either unaided or with the assistance of a reasonable accommodation to be determined by management on a case-by-case basis.   DFCI offers a competitive benefits package including generous healthcare and retirement plans, at minimum 3-weeks’ vacation time in addition to 9 paid holidays, a flexible work environment, and work/life balance. We also provide an array of professional development opportunities.* *All benefits subject to Institute changes We’re hiring! Learn more about working in the Division of Philanthropy and view all open positions. Located in Boston and the surrounding communities, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is a leader in life changing breakthroughs in cancer research and patient care. We are united in our mission of conquering cancer, HIV/AIDS and related diseases. We strive to create an inclusive, diverse, and equitable environment where we provide compassionate and comprehensive care to patients of all backgrounds, and design programs to promote public health particularly among high-risk and underserved populations. We conduct groundbreaking research that advances treatment, we educate tomorrow’s physician/researchers, and we work with amazing partners, including other Harvard Medical School-affiliated hospitals. At Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, we work every day to create an innovative, caring, and inclusive environment where every patient, family, and staff member feels they belong.  As relentless as we are in our mission to reduce the burden of cancer for all, we are equally committed to diversifying our faculty and staff.  Cancer knows no boundaries and when it comes to hiring the most dedicated and diverse professionals, neither do we. If working in this kind of organization inspires you, we encourage you to apply. Dana-Farber Cancer Institute is an equal opportunity employer and affirms the right of every qualified applicant to receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, national origin, sexual orientation, genetic information, disability, age, ancestry, military service, protected veteran status, or other groups as protected by law. Position Overview Senior Associate, Principal & Major Gifts Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Brookline, MA Full Remote: 4-5 days remote/wk This position is considered remote, up to 1 day in the office at 10 Brookline Place, Brookline, MA each week. DFCI guidelines state that employees must reside in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, or Rhode Island. The Senior Associate, Principal & Major Gifts provides administrative support to the Vice President of Principal & Major Gifts (PMG) and provides leadership to PMG Assistants. Responsible for assisting the entire Division with reaching financial goals. Embody Dana-Farber’s Core Values: Impact; Excellence; Compassion & Respect; and Discovery every day. Add value to the Dana-Farber community by seeking opportunities to collaborate across the Institute.  Foster an ethical, positive, results-oriented culture founded on open communication. Dana-Farber is currently in the largest and most ambitious fundraising effort in the Institute’s history – The Dana-Farber Campaign | Defy Cancer. Launched publicly in May 2021, the goal of the $2 billion campaign is to defy cancer at every turn and harness new techniques and technologies to prevent, treat, and defy cancer, resulting in more lives saved, more families intact, more dreams realized. The comprehensive campaign is coordinated around four pillars that build on our strengths and will accelerate our progress – Revolutionary Science, Extraordinary Care, and Exceptional Expertise – as well as the mission critical flexible funds that will allow us to change the face of cancer forever.   PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
  • Schedule meetings, prepare agendas, compile/create meeting materials, and prep Vice President.
  • Make travel arrangements as appropriate for Vice President.
  • Provide proactive fundraising support to Vice President by tracking portfolio, processing gifts, drafting and proofing acknowledgement/stewardship letters, proposals, call reports and briefings, conducting preliminary research on donors/prospects, helping to complete action items, tracking gift discussions in ClearView, updating next steps for other senior management and faculty as appropriate.
  • Liaise with other teams on behalf of Vice President as appropriate.
  • Provide Boston-based support and necessary materials to members of Palm Beach Office for PMG related projects.
  • Manage regular lists and work with Fiscal & Regulatory Management to ensure accuracy and consistency of revenue totals monthly; oversee production of reports as they roll up from PMG units and Palm Beach including crossover and assists.
  • Run regular reports and prepare monthly/quarterly/annual analyses, proof all PMG planning/reporting documents, draft/proof executive summary of planning/reporting documents for Vice President.
  • Assist in design and production of written material such as charts, proposals, and PowerPoint presentations.
  • Prepare, track, and update materials in support of capital, including regular meetings, updates, decks, and naming opportunities.
  • Manage PMG Proposal Index, maintaining accuracy and completeness of index and library, and sending regular updates.
  • Work with Donor Relations to ensure accurate recognition of PMG donors in annual publication, reviewing all lists.
  • Track all charges to PMG budgets, purchasing cards, calculate preliminary numbers for annual budget revision/planning and present to Vice President, Assistant Vice Presidents, and Fiscal & Regulatory Management.
  • Order office supplies.
  • Maintain hard copy and electronic files for Vice President.
  • Manage Vice President calendar, phone messages, correspondence, and mail.
  • Interact with key donors, prospects and physicians and act as overall liaison with other fundraising teams within the Division of Philanthropy.
  • Track faculty activity in preparation of and during Palm Beach season.
  • Interact with Institute volunteers, sponsors, donors, and prospects on confidential matters.
  • Manage monthly assistants’ meetings to keep PMG assistants up-to-date and on deadline.
  • Participate in interview process and schedule training and oversee on-boarding of new PMG administrative staff.
  • Responsible for assisting the entire department, including other fundraising teams, in reaching financial goals.
  SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: Reports to Vice President of Principal & Major Gifts. This position has minimal supervision of an occasional temp/intern but will seek major decision-making authority from direct supervisor. However, due to the nature of the tasks, this position requires sound and independent decision-making on a variety of day-to-day issues.  Good judgment is essential for dealing with Institute donors, trustees, senior staff, colleagues, and confidential information.   MINIMUM JOB QUALIFICATIONS: Associate degree and/or administrative training degree and 2-3 years of administrative experience required.  A Bachelor’s degree is preferred. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: The applicant should be poised, mature, and professional to work with a variety of personalities including Institute staff, physicians, trustees, and key donors.  Excellent written and verbal communication skills, expertise with numbers and Excel spreadsheets, as well as strong proofreading skills are necessary.  The candidates should be detail oriented, have fantastic re-organizational skills, and be able to manage and prioritize a variety of projects at once as well as shift gears mid-stream as need be.  He/she should be resourceful, proactive, and thorough, and have a focused, self-starting attitude with the ability to work independently and as a member of the team. Solid computer skills and strong competency in Microsoft Office Suite products are absolutely necessary.  Experience with ClearView plus.  A high degree of confidentiality must always be exercised. This position will evaluate current programs and create and execute approved plans to expand and diversify the donors and participants for the events assigned in order to broaden our donor base and create even more inclusive events. Experience with diverse donors is a plus.  APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:  Resume and cover letter required with application submission. To learn more and apply, please visit: DIVISION OF PHILANTHROPY INCLUSION, DIVERSITY, & EQUITY COMMITMENT STATEMENT: We’re stronger together. In the Division of Philanthropy, we believe in the power of different voices. We encourage authenticity and diversity of every individual within our community. Our collective voices – donors, volunteers, staff, and patients alike – allow us to work together towards a world without cancer. Committed to being a place of inclusivity, belonging, and change, these are our core values. How To Apply APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:  Resume and cover letter required with application submission. To learn more and apply, please visit:

Cambridge, MA

Director of Programs and Grantmaking, Cambridge Community Foundation
The Organization <p>Founded in 1916 as one of the first community foundations in the nation, the <a href=””>Cambridge Community Foundation</a> (CCF) remains committed to serving as a vehicle for social change in the city of Cambridge. As a civic leader, philanthropic partner, and grant-making nonprofit, the Foundation highlights emerging and critical needs and catalyzes efforts to ensure that resources are focused where they can have the greatest impact. Harnessing the power of philanthropy, CCF advances its visionary goals of shared prosperity, social equity, and cultural richness for Cambridge and its residents.</p> Position Overview <p>To lead and support its meaningful work, CCF seeks a dynamic, mission-centric Director of Programs and Grantmaking to help build, shape, and implement a bold, ambitious, community impact strategy through grantmaking, civic leadership, and philanthropic partnership. Working as a thought partner to the Foundation’s president, guided by its recent research report, <em>Equity & Innovation Cities: The Case of Cambridge</em>, the Director will help drive efforts to address a range of critical issues in Cambridge, including income inequality and job loss, food insecurity, and the digital divide, exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic.<strong> </strong></p><p><strong>Position Summary:</strong></p><p>The Director of Programs and Grantmaking is charged with leading and overseeing the strategic development and implementation of all program functions for existing and new areas of grantmaking and community impact. He/She/They will lead the development of programmatic agendas for CCF, working in deep collaboration with the community and across the nonprofit ecosystem. Together with the Foundation’s program, communications, development, and distribution committees, the Director will foster a mission-driven, mutually supportive environment that advances the organization as a whole. Primary responsibilities include grantmaking and strategy, civic and community engagement, and support of the nonprofit sector.</p><p><strong>Ideal Candidate:</strong></p><p>The ideal candidate is a seasoned and mature leader with demonstrated experience in the philanthropic, private, public and/or nonprofit sectors; and skilled in program development and management, including strategic planning, project management, financial oversight, and impact assessment. Other criteria include: excellent analytical, problem-solving and reasoning skills; solid organizational and time-management skills, able to consistently deliver on established schedules, guidelines, and deadlines; superb written and oral communication skills, including strong presentation and facilitation skills, and the ability to foster productive relationships with a diverse population. This individual is a team player and collaborator who works well in a fast-paced, hands-on environment; has a deep-rooted personal interest in/commitment to working in a diverse and inclusive environment that places a high value on equity; and is committed to fostering a positive workplace culture of collaboration and respect.</p><p><strong>Qualifications:  </strong></p><p>A Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field or equivalent experience with 8 years’ progressive experience in community organizing, public policy, social work, public education, urban planning/community development, or related field; lived experience and understanding of diverse communities; proficiency in Microsoft Office and data systems.</p><p><em>EOE M/F/VET/DISABILITY/GENDER IDENTITY/SEXUAL ORIENTATION</em></p>
How To Apply<p><strong>Send letter of introduction and resume to</strong></p>

Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Chief Financial Officer, Voices Together
The Organization <p><strong>Position Announcement: Chief Financial Officer – Voices Together</strong></p><p><strong>Located in: Chapel Hill, North Carolina</strong></p><p> </p><p><strong>Ask yourself?</strong></p><p>Do you see the innate potential in every individual? Do you believe music has the power to transform lives?</p><p>Are you eager to apply your fiscal management and operations skills and experience to strengthen an organization committed to improving the communication and social/emotional learning for people on the Autism spectrum or who are otherwise neurodivergent?</p><p><strong>Are you ready to be a part of something very special?</strong></p><p><strong>Why?</strong></p><p><strong>Voices Together</strong>, a non-profit organization that uses a proprietary, evidence-based music therapy intervention model to empower people on the Autism spectrum or who are otherwise neurodivergent to transform their own lives, <strong>is looking for a Chief Financial Officer</strong>.</p><p>Voices Together offers its innovative model in schools and communities across the state, with a goal of expanding nationally in the next few years. The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is a new position that will allow you to make your mark in this rapidly growing organization during an exciting and transformative time.</p> Position Overview <p><strong>What will you do as Voices Together’s next Chief Financial Officer?</strong></p><p><strong>Financial Management     </strong></p><p><em>(75% of your time)</em></p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Perform risk management by analyzing the organization’s liabilities and investments</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Recommend to the CEO investment strategies by considering cash and liquidity risks</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Support and evaluate the organization’s fundraising plans and capital structure</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Oversee all financial operations including donation, grant, and earned income processing; accounts payable and cash disbursements; payroll; tax filings; general ledger postings; monthly reconciliations and analyses; monthly financial reporting; budget monitoring; and external reporting.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Provide financial forecasting and fiscal analysis to support Voices Together’s strategic goals.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Establish and enforce compliance with financial policies, procedures, and internal controls, including proper separation of duties and adherence to Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and local, state, and federal regulations.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Lead the annual budgeting process, working with fellow Leadership Team members to prepare revenue projections, operating expenses, capital expenditures, and program and grant budgets.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Offer recommendations for areas of fiscal growth, reduction of expenses, and risk mitigation.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Serve as the liaison to vendors providing finance-related services including banking, bookkeeping, annual audit, tax preparation and filing, payroll, issuance of Forms 1099, and other tax reporting requirements.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>In conjunction with the CEO, serve as a primary interface with the Board on financial matters.</p><p><strong>Operations</strong></p><p>(<em>25% of your time</em>)</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of Voices Together’s business operations.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Offer recommendations for enhancing operations, improving vendor-provided services and maximizing operational investments.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Manage building lease relationships and ensure office facilities are well-maintained.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Define, implement, and revise operational policies and guidelines for the organization.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Develop and execute new growth directives.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Function as liaison between department heads to ensure company-wide operational compliance.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Track revenue margins and conduct budget reviews to maximize profits.</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Manage procurement and resource allocation.</p><p><strong>Why Voices Together?</strong></p><p>The mission of Voices Together is to empower people on the Autism spectrum or who are otherwise neurodivergent to transform their own lives. Voices Together offers a proprietary, evidence-based music therapy model – VOICSS® – developed by founder and CEO, Yasmine White. White founded the nonprofit Voices Together in 2007 to make this unique therapy widely available, particularly to children and young adults who are also economically disadvantaged. Research has confirmed that Voices Together’s evidence-based therapeutic intervention model enables significant improvement in social/emotional learning, communication, and self-advocacy in children, teens, and adults.</p><p>A seven-member board of directors represents and advocates for Voices Together in the larger community. Board members serve as fiduciaries of the organization and the mission is advanced effectively. A 13-member advisory council provides valuable insights, support and expertise that inform the growth and development of our programs.</p><p>Voices Together has a 25-person staff and a current budget of $2.7M and is expected to continue its trajectory of rapid growth. The organization engages and trains only board-certified music therapists, trained in its model, to deliver this unique and evidence-based therapeutic service. Since 2007, these talented individuals have used VOICSS® to improve the lives of approximately 6,000 neurodivergent children, teens, and adults.</p><p><strong>Want to know more? </strong>Visit <a href=””></a>.</p><p><strong>Key lived experiences, attributes, and key skillsets sought in the CFO</strong></p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Belief in Voices Together’s mission and keen interest and excitement in helping the organization grow</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Formal training and prior leadership team experience in a finance and operations role</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Considerable knowledge of policies, procedures, principles, controls, methods, and techniques of fiscal management</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Strong understanding of, and extensive professional experience, with:</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>o   <!–[endif]–>Accounting/GAAP principles</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>o   <!–[endif]–>Budgeting and forecasting</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>o   <!–[endif]–>Donation processing</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>o   <!–[endif]–>Grant reporting</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>o   <!–[endif]–>Financial analysis</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>o   <!–[endif]–>Financial statement preparation and reporting</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>o   <!–[endif]–>Cash flow management</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>o   <!–[endif]–>Account reconciliations</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>o   <!–[endif]–>Accounts payable</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>o   <!–[endif]–>Banking services</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Experience managing vendors and negotiating contracts, especially in the areas of audit and tax, insurance, human resources, and benefits administration</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Ability to take initiative and bring forward ideas and recommendations</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Propensity to “think big” while still maintaining attention to detail and a willingness to be hands-on to achieve goals</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Commitment to the principles and practices of diversity, equity, and inclusion</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>High degree of self-motivation and flexibility, with the humility and attitude to work effectively in a team environment</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>Highly organized with the ability to manage multiple tasks and priorities in a fast-paced environment</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●        <!–[endif]–>An understanding of social entrepreneurship and the ways public and private organizations can work together</p><p><!–[if !supportLists]–>●       <!–[endif]–>Excellent computer skills with proficiency in Microsoft Office and QuickBooks</p>
How To Apply<p><strong>Think you are the next Voices Together CFO?</strong></p><p><strong>To apply, click on the link to the Chief Financial Officer position profile at </strong><a href=””><strong></strong></a><strong>. </strong>You will see instructions for uploading your compelling cover letter, resume, salary requirements, and professional references. Please provide all requested information to be considered. In case of any technical problems, contact <a href=””></a>. No phone calls, please, and no applications will be accepted by email or directly from third-party posting sites.</p><p>Review of candidates will continue until the position is filled.</p><p>Salary is $100,000 annually. Benefits include medical and dental insurance with options for accident, life, and short-term disability insurance; 401K and Roth IRA plans; paid holidays; continuing education; and generous paid time off and sick time.</p><p><em>Voices Together actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates and is committed to a policy of equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, ability/disability, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or age.</em></p>

Chicago, IL

Program Officer, Post-Secondary Success, The Joyce Foundation
The Organization Program Officer, Post-Secondary Success Education & Economic Mobility Program Chicago, For two decades, the Joyce Foundation has been a leading funder of education-focused public policy reforms in the Great Lakes region and nationally. The Foundation has long focused on helping students of color and students in disadvantaged communities succeed in the K-12 system. It has funded seminal research, convened leading thinkers and policymakers, and brought together advocates and communities to drive meaningful change for young people. In 2018, the Foundation added post-secondary success to its portfolio, as research clearly indicates it is vital for economic mobility. Since then, the EEM Program has been at the forefront of national efforts to ensure young people from underserved communities attain college credentials with economic value. Position Overview Program Officer, Post-Secondary Success Education & Economic Mobility Program Chicago, IL The Joyce Foundation seeks a collaborative, creative, and outcomes-oriented policy expert to serve as Program Officer for Post-Secondary Success in its Education & Economic Mobility (EEM) Program. This is an exciting opportunity for a thought leader in the post-secondary space to influence policies that have impact on the lives of students of color and students from underserved communities in the Great Lakes region and across the country. The Program Officer for Post-Secondary Success will be a critical member of the Foundation’s four-person EEM team. The Program Officer will have the opportunity to deepen support for local- and state-level post-secondary policy within the Foundation’s six priority states in the Great Lakes region while continuing to engage and support organizations working nationally. Recently, much of the Foundation’s post-secondary attention has been focused at the federal level. In addition to its grantmaking activities, the Foundation is a leading convener of local, state, and national thought leaders and higher education experts. The Program Officer will bring strong content knowledge of the post-secondary success field and will leverage that expertise to work collaboratively with other funders, seeking opportunities to co-fund, with the goal of scaling up the Foundation’s work and achieving greater impact for students.   How To Apply The Joyce Foundation has retained Isaacson, Miller, a national executive search firm, to assist in this recruitment. Electronic submission of materials is strongly encouraged. Jeff Kessner and Janette Martinez Isaacson, Miller The Joyce Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and strongly encourages expressions of interest from people of color, persons with disabilities, women, and LGBTQ+ applicants.  

Colorado (multiple locations)

Senior Regional Manager, Community Partnerships, The Colorado Trust
The Organization The Colorado Trust (The Trust) is a private grantmaking foundation dedicated to achieving health equity for all Coloradans. Partnering with individuals, groups and communities across the state, The Colorado Trust’s vision is that all Coloradans have fair and equal opportunities to lead healthy, productive lives regardless of race, ethnicity, income or where we live. We define health equity as ending inequalities that affect racial, ethnic, low-income and other vulnerable populations, so that everyone will have fair and equal opportunities to achieve good health. The Trust strives to maintain a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we serve. Position Overview General Position Description Through the Community Partnerships for Health Equity (Community Partnerships) funding strategy, The Trust invests in creating opportunities for people across Colorado to develop and implement community-led initiatives that lead to healthier communities. Senior regional managers will be part of a small statewide management team rooted in communities across the state and working with the executive director of Community Partnerships to manage towards both regional and statewide goals. The responsibility of the regional teams is to build and support the capacity for community-driven organizing and resident-led grantmaking that advances health equity. This staffing model and approach is a reflection of the organizing model described in the Community Partnerships Organizing Cycle, which The Trust began implementing in late 2020. The Community Partnerships Organizing Cycle model builds on more than 6 years of learning about how to best achieve the impact goals of our Community Partnerships funding strategy. The Community Partnerships strategy provides grant funding and other resources to support communities in developing action plans and realizing community-driven approaches that build community power to advance health equity. This role will manage a regional team of community organizers and administrative staff who work in close partnership with local resident teams and community leaders. The senior regional manager will work across multiple regions to collaborate and supervise staff who work with people directly impacted by systemic inequality. The Trust’s approach requires that team members prioritize work in communities where multiple generations have faced structural barriers and exclusion from decision-making power. Successful candidates will have at least 7 years of management experience working with staff with diverse backgrounds and social identities. Candidates with 5 years of experience or less must demonstrate a significant level of success in previous supervisory roles. Candidates should be able to demonstrate a track record of honoring the experience and leadership of communities, and a history of success building long-lasting relationships that build power for systemic change. The senior regional manager has an essential role building multiple teams; holding a team culture across regions and departments that ensures the voices of those who are directly impacted by injustices (especially people of color and people experiencing economic injustice) are centered in our work; and coaching both staff and community leaders to work productively across differences. The senior regional manager position requires both the skill set and leadership aptitude to provide strong staff management and support to community organizers and project administrators that comprise the staff team. The Trust seeks candidates who have on-the-ground knowledge of the region in which they live and work. Team members will be required to build strong relationships that enable them to work as an effective and credible leader with a diverse set of stakeholders and community-based leaders. Location and Travel Requirements Conditions and COVID-19 precautions permitting, senior regional managers are required to travel up to 50% of the time and are expected to be regionally based. The Trust especially seeks candidates who live in the north/northwest part of Colorado, as well as south or southwest of the Denver metro area. Appropriate accommodations will be considered for staff with health-related needs or care-giving responsibilities. Responsibilities and Deliverables Program Management
  • Work across multiple regions to manage the Community Partnerships Organizing Cycle activities as well as the four strategic objectives of the Community Partnerships strategy. These activities and objectives need to be advanced simultaneously (and often asynchronously) among multiple communities and resident teams within the assigned regions
  • In collaboration with the executive director of Community Partnerships as well as others in the Grants department and organization, oversee the implementation and support the iteration of the Community Partnerships Organizing Cycle as part of the Community Partnerships funding strategy
  • Work collaboratively with the Community Partnerships strategy team to develop goals, parameters, curriculum, materials and capacity-building trainings, and conduct strategic learning activities
  • Contribute to the integration of other Trust funding strategies, such as Building and Bridging Power, Health Equity Learning Series and Community Leaders in Health Equity
  • Maintain knowledge and support for all foundation program areas, including current issues, key resource people and organizations.
Community Support, Capacity Building and Resource Development
  • Build a high level of trust, credibility and partnership with members of the multiple regional community organizing teams and community residents of all demographics and backgrounds
  • Utilize strong knowledge of and experience with facilitation, coaching, sharing of personal and lived experience, staff development and grantmaking techniques to support resident-driven actions and activities designed to build power, accomplish health equity goals and achieve long-term systemic change
  • Develop leaders, both internally at The Trust and externally, to enable community members to deepen their understanding of health equity, including their understanding of how health is affected by the complex interplay of systemic racism, classism, patriarchy, sexism and hetero-normativity; as well as by a wide range of structural barriers that stem from current and historically inequitable systems
  • Develop work plans and facilitate process steps, activities, training and capacity-building opportunities that are adaptable to local communities while also facilitative and aligned with cross-region and strategy-wide timelines, processes and goals
  • Strengthen and support community efforts to coalesce and form strategic alliances to address social, political and economic inequities
  • Coach, train and collaborate on the preparation of internal and/or external grant proposals and project reports.
Staff Supervision and Project Management
  • Provide oversight, supervision and leverage the talents of the following team members towards The Trust’s mission:
  •     After the initial probationary period, senior regional managers may take on some management for supervisory responsibilities of regional managers
  •     3-6 regional organizers, and in some cases senior organizers
  •     Highly valued and experienced regional support staff with diverse skills and expertise
  • Co-manage hiring processes, recruiting for qualified diverse staff and facilitating inclusive hiring committees
  • Support staffing models for fiscal-sponsor partnership organizations, and provide support and strategic leadership for such partnerships
  • Train others to ensure staff activities and team operations, processes and guidelines are consistent with department and organizational expectations, priorities, timelines and policies
  • Ensure that foundation databases and information sharing platforms are accurate, updated in a timely manner and effectively utilized
  • Provide coaching and development for individual team members, including regular performance reviews in alignment with The Trust’s internal process
  • Use existing tools, resources and in-house expertise to help staff and community teams to envision, plan, execute and evaluate regional and community-level projects and actions
  • In collaboration with the executive director of Community Partnerships and the head of evaluation & learning for community change, develop 1-2 case studies per year to be shared across regions and with potential external stakeholders
  • Develop systems to manage workload that ensures sufficient time is allotted to knowledge acquisition and to achieve mastery of department, team and strategy processes and technology.
Budgets, Contracts and Grants Management
  • Manage multiple complex budgets, both region- and community-specific, over phases of the work
  • Manage contractors to ensure accountability to contract deliverables and timelines, and ensure resources resulting from engagement with consultants contribute to organizational learning, with deliverables and opportunities shared in inclusive, equitable and strategic ways
  • Oversee the coordination between fiscal sponsors and grant-supported communities to develop budgets, skills and staffing in alignment with requirements and guidelines
  • Model, mediate and ensure effective collaboration with Finance & Operations Department staff and appropriate use of systems and protocols to manage payments to grantees, community leaders and others
  • Support internal grant-management processes and assist in the budget reconciliation process for place-based projects
  • Review, analyze and make recommendations on grant proposals and sponsorship requests
  • Monitor grant investments and maintain ongoing communications with grantees and facilitate other roles and capacities of The Trust to engage and communicate effectively with grantees, leaders and stakeholders in the communities and region in which the senior regional manager works.
Research and Evaluation
  • Work in partnership with the Research, Evaluation & Strategic Learning Department on the development and implementation of strategic learning and evaluations tied to the strategy
  • Use research and evaluation processes and products to guide strategies and inform resident-driven grantmaking processes
  • In collaboration with the executive director of Community Partnerships, head of evaluation & learning for community change, project administrators and others, ensure that research and evaluation is engaged by appropriate staff and stakeholders in the region
  • Collaborate effectively with Research, Evaluation & Strategic Learning Department staff to ensure learning and evaluation are properly woven into regional activities, management and processes.
  • Prepare and coach team members to communicate effectively and appropriately with a diverse range of stakeholders about The Trust’s mission, vision and strategies
  • Collaborate effectively with the Communications Department, including:
  •     Proactive sharing about actions, events and opportunities
  •     Producing content for internal newsletters and collaborating on content creation for external communications as requested by Communications Department staff
  • Implement systems and processes to leverage the communications capacities and platforms of The Trust to support power-building and narrative change work connected to Community Partnerships and other funding strategies.
Cross-departmental and Cross-organizational Collaboration and Integration
  • Identify and pursue opportunities for internal integration of work across strategies and departments, to make connections and leverage the strengths and efforts of The Trust
  • Partner with the executive director of Community Partnerships to collaborate with other funders and health equity field partners to support needs and vision of partner communities
  • Develop and maintain cooperative relationships with colleagues, external stakeholders and community members.
Supervisor Relationship Senior regional managers report to the executive director of Community Partnerships. Qualifications for Senior Regional Managers
  • Seven or more years in a staff management position within a multidisciplinary and impact-focused organization; or 5 years with ability to demonstrate exceptional success with supporting direct reports
  • At least 2 years of experience supervising managers (staff who are themselves managers of other staff) is strongly preferred
  • Three or more years of experience working in philanthropy or outside of the nonprofit sector is preferred
  • Seven or more years of experience with demonstrated success working for a mission-driven organization doing community organizing, civic engagement, nonprofit management, public-sector partnership or outreach work
  • Preference for candidates with previous experience managing a diverse team, inclusive of differences in race, sexuality, religious preference, gender, abilities, age and/or other variables
  • Understanding and appreciation of the social determinants of health and how they affect people’s lives
  • Strong understanding of (or the ability to learn) the social and cultural histories of communities in specific regions of Colorado
  • Awareness of and respect for cultural differences across populations, communities and geographic areas
  • A track record of utilizing a diversity, equity and inclusion-informed approach to managing and improving group dynamics, including previous success as a peer or organizational leader who has developed solutions to problematic dynamics of power and privilege in a multi-stakeholder setting
  • Experience with conflict management and attunement to social, structural and positional power dynamics and political agendas in communities
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills; ability to make presentations and communicate effectively with communities, partners and other stakeholders
  • Ability to confidently and proudly represent The Trust’s funding strategies, approaches and values behind our theory of change, and effectively build the capacity of other staff and the institution to do the same
  • A staff management style that utilizes highly effective direct feedback and previous success coaching staff to embrace, accept and give direct feedback across differences, roles and levels of positional authority
  • Solutions-oriented approach and strong ability to manage competing priorities, troubleshoot, prioritize projects, meet deadlines and manage workflow
  • Demonstrable good judgement and a high level of integrity regarding maintaining confidentiality with respect to the business and affairs of The Trust and those with whom it has relationships
  • Proficiency with technology, including Microsoft applications (e.g., Word, Excel, Teams, PowerPoint, SharePoint), the internet, mobile devices, and willingness to follow organizational policies and team norms with respect to remote communication platforms (e.g., Zoom, Skype, Google Hangout), data and project management
  • Proficiency in English is required for this role (but not for all roles at The Trust); proficiency in Spanish is strongly desired, and proficiency in other languages is a strong asset to our work and team. Previous experience working in a multilingual environment, or in an environment where your first language was not the dominant language, is strongly preferred
  • A valid Colorado driver’s license is expected on the start date of employment unless special accommodations are necessary.
Personal Attributes The Trust strongly encourages applicants who meet the qualifications above and can demonstrate the following personal attributes:
  • Commitment to The Trust’s health equity vision and its mission of advancing the health and well-being of the people of Colorado
  • Passion and energy for community-led growth and change, and willingness to engage in debate and differing opinions and beliefs
  • Personal and professional commitment to the values of diversity, equity, integrity and fairness, including ability to demonstrate how commitment to these values drives decisions and informs approaches to leadership development and staff supervision
  • Ability to navigate ambiguity, including a willingness to be accountable for advancing decisions within position responsibilities while remaining committed to collaborative decision-making processes that require communication with a wide range of diverse stakeholders
  • Enthusiasm for being part of a learning organization with a personal and professional commitment to reflecting on and improving skills, and acquiring knowledge
  • Strong and authentic interpersonal skills that foster an inclusive, positive and appreciative team culture
  • Experience with survivor-led and or trauma-informed community, policy and/or services work
  • Knowing when you need help, and feeling comfortable asking for help
  • Advanced competencies working with organizational leaders, staff and community leaders across differences, including cultural, racial and class differences
  • Excellent interpersonal and listening skills.
Salary $134,000 annually. The Colorado Trust offers its employees a comprehensive and competitive benefits package, including medical and dental coverage, retirement plan, group life insurance and paid time off. How To Apply Please apply via The Colorado Trust’s online application system. Registration is not necessary to use this system. Document uploads maybe required. The application system is currently only available in English; applicants who prefer to apply in Spanish may apply via email if needed. All other applications must be received via the online application system. Please contact us with any questions you may have. The deadline to apply for this position is 5 p.m. MST on Monday, Nov. 29, 2021. The Colorado Trust seeks talented, team-oriented individuals, dedicated to our goal of advancing the health and well-being of the people of Colorado. Additionally, as an Equal Opportunity Employer, we welcome a diversity of perspectives and experiences among our staff. For more information, please visit

Columbus, OH

Director of Finance (part-time), Philanthropy Ohio
The Organization Philanthropy Ohio is a statewide membership association that leads and equips Ohio philanthropy to be effective partners for change in our communities. Working towards a vision of a just and vibrant Ohio through impactful philanthropy, our dedicated staff helps members achieve their charitable goals by advocating, educating, convening and collaborating – all while centering equity. Members are community and private foundations, corporate contributions programs, individuals, giving circles, government, federated funds including United Ways and other grantmaking organizations. Incorporated in 1984, Philanthropy Ohio is a 501(c)(3) organization headquartered in Columbus, Ohio, with a regional office (serving northern Ohio) located in Cleveland. Our 200+ member organizations have assets totaling nearly $64 billion and invest over $4 billion annually in addressing community needs. Philanthropy Ohio is a member of United Philanthropy Forum, the national umbrella organization for nearly 80 regional and national philanthropy-serving organizations (PSOs), representing 7,000 foundations and other funders, who work to make philanthropy better. Position summary The Director of Finance is a member of the finance and operations team, manages the administrative, financial, and employee benefits functions of Philanthropy Ohio and ensures the efficient execution of daily operations. This is a part-time exempt position, working three days per week, and reporting to the VP of Operations & Strategy based in the Columbus office. Responsibilities Finance and Accounting • Supports the VP Operations & Strategy with the long-term resource strategy and annual budget planning to insure sustainability of the organization • Directs Philanthropy Ohio’s financial systems including accounting, accounts receivables and payables, budget management, projections, internal controls, and risk management • Processes payroll; submits state and federal tax reports; creates W2s and 1099s for employees and vendors at the end of each fiscal year • Produces monthly financial reports and committee reports as required • Oversees the annual financial audit and 990 preparation process; maintains relationship with independent auditors • Supports the Finance Committee, ensuring committee members receive sufficient information to analyze the organization’s financial performance and status • Supports the Audit Committee, ensuring the annual audit and 990 process is fully transparent to committee members • Analyzes financial and operational data to increase knowledge of Philanthropy Ohio’s business • Under general direction from the Finance Committee and the VP of Operations & Strategy, maintains contact with outside investment managers and implements investments within Philanthropy Ohio’s investment strategy policy • Assists the VP, President and Board of Trustees as directed Human Resources • Manages employee benefits plans, including but not limited to medical, vision, dental, life, FSA and HRA, and retirement Administration • Ensures all licenses and government required filings are processed on time, including reporting for the Joint Legislative Ethics Committee • Assists VP Operations & Strategy in developing and submitting RFPs for outsourced services; selects vendors and manages vendor relationships • Manage office facilities including leases, subleases, space planning, equipment and furnishings • Maintain the legal records of Philanthropy Ohio Preferred qualifications for this position • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance; advanced business degree a plus • 3 years’ experience in nonprofit finance, with knowledge of nonprofit financial and accounting principles and practices • 1-3 years’ experience managing employee benefits • Experience with financial and data analysis • Advanced skill level with QuickBooks and Excel • Detail-oriented professional able to initiate, research and move projects successfully to completion • High degree of confidentiality, integrity and diplomacy • Superior organizational, interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal) Qualifications Common to all Positions at Philanthropy Ohio • Attention to detail, ability to produce high-quality, timely work products • Communicate effectively in a variety of settings and styles • Experience with or interest in learning about organized philanthropy • Ability to manage multiple projects and shifting priorities • Work collaboratively in a team environment • Approach responsibilities creatively with the goal of continuous improvement • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and Zoom • Embraces and stays current on new technology The salary range for this part-time position working three days a week is $33,600 – $42,000. In addition, Philanthropy Ohio offers paid vacation, sick leave, retirement benefits and a collegial work environment. Philanthropy Ohio is an equal opportunity employer. There shall be no discrimination of persons on the basis of race, age, sex, marital status, disability, citizenship, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, political affiliation or belief with regard to hiring, assignment, promotion or other conditions of staff employment. How To Apply Applicants must send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to

Denver, CO

Director of Fund Development, Rose Community Foundation
The Organization ABOUT ROSE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Rose Community Foundation strives to advance inclusive, engaged and equitable Greater Denver communities through values-driven philanthropy. The Foundation envisions a thriving region strengthened by its diversity and generosity, and it utilizes the varied tools at its disposal – grantmaking, advocacy and philanthropic services – to advance this aspiration. Since its founding in 1995, Rose Community Foundation has granted more than $336 million to nearly 2,000 nonprofit organizations and initiatives in the seven-county Greater Denver area. The Foundation has $365 million in total assets under management, with annual grantmaking and distributions of nearly $20 million – roughly $10 million of which are the Foundation’s annual discretionary grantmaking dollars. Since 1995, the Foundation’s donor-advised funds have granted nearly $50 million to nonprofit organizations of their choosing around the state, country and world. The Director of Fund Development is a member of the Philanthropic Services team, which is focused on growing resources for regional good, stewarding and supporting the Foundation’s roughly 200 donor-advised and nonprofit fund-holders, and creating and sustaining philanthropic partnerships, collaborations and giving circles. Position Overview Job Title: Director of Fund Development Reports to: Director of Donor Funds and Legacy Giving Department: Philanthropic Services Average hours per week: 40 FSLA Status: Exempt Rose Community Foundation seeks a Director of Fund Development to create new relationships for Rose Community Foundation with prospective donors, donor-advised fundholders, nonprofit fundholders, and other philanthropic partners. With equal passions for people and philanthropy, the Director of Fund Development is a connection-maker with an emphasis on engaging new, diverse communities in philanthropy and the development of charitable resources. PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS The ideal candidate will thrive in a mission- and values-driven, fast-paced, and multi-faceted work environment. We seek a colleague who is a highly collaborative team-player and an entrepreneurial self-starter. A natural connector and networker who enjoys bringing people together and facilitating introductions, they should have a high degree of emotional intelligence and excellent interpersonal, relational and listening skills, paired with an innate curiosity about people. We seek a candidate who is an outstanding listener and communicator with strong presentation skills and the ability to connect, engage, motivate and inspire others. Across our team, we value humor, humility and self-awareness, empathy, and strong personal and professional integrity and ethics. Rose Community Foundation is an evolving organization with an orientation towards growth and learning, so we look for team members who demonstrate flexibility and a growth mindset. The Director of Fund Development will contribute to a positive work environment, finding personal and professional alignment with the Foundation’s mission to advance inclusive, engaged and equitable Greater Denver communities and consistently demonstrating the Foundation’s culture and values of justice, equity, diversity and inclusion, empathy, generosity, community, and transformation through collaboration. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES  ·       Grow resources for regional good through the development and management of a pipeline of prospective donors and fundholders, identifying and qualifying prospects, researching and sharing key information ·       Initiate relationships and build leads with diverse prospective donor and fundholder communities in the Greater Denver region, and facilitate introductions and hand-offs to team members for further engagement when appropriate ·       Serve as the primary Foundation liaison to the professional advisor community (estate planning attorneys, accountants, wealth managers, etc.) and financial institutions, creating opportunities for them to connect with and learn about Rose Community Foundation, facilitate client referrals, and positioning the Foundation as a trusted partner in philanthropy ·       Identify and secure opportunities for Foundation staff and leadership to meet with and present to new potential donors and fundholders about Rose Community Foundation and its work ·       In collaboration with members of the philanthropic services team, identify and pursue new philanthropic opportunities with alumni of Foundation initiatives and committees ·       Lead the development and implementation of a relationship management tracking approach for current donors and new prospects from identification and initial cultivation through their lifecycle as a Foundation donor. Work with the philanthropic services team to ensure adoption and effective utilization of the system ·       In collaboration with the philanthropic services and communications teams, develop strategies for annual and campaign fundraising to increase aligned funding ·       Strategically manage philanthropic services department’s sponsorships and memberships in professional networks as a source of new business and relationships ·       Represent the Foundation at events and meetings, some of which may take place outside of normal business hours, in the evening or on weekends SUPERVISOR RELATIONSHIP The Director of Fund Development reports to the Director of Donor Funds and Legacy Giving. The Director of Fund Development does not have administrative support or direct reports. QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS Required: ·       Bachelor’s degree and 7-10 years of relevant professional experience; or equivalent combination of education and relevant experience ·       Successful experience in major gifts fundraising, sales or similar outreach and engagement activities ·       Highly organized with strong project management skills including the ability to effectively design, plan, carry out, engage others, and communicate new work ·       Outstanding verbal, written, and presentation communication skills including attention to detail and proactive follow-through ·       Experience in or aptitude for the development and utilization of prospecting and moves-management strategies and systems ·       Commitment to and experienced in providing exceptional customer service ·       Highly proficient user of technology including excellent knowledge of Microsoft Office ·       Lived experiences and/or personal understanding and commitment to equity, diversity and inclusion and a commitment to incorporating them into internal and external work ·       Proven track record of working effectively across different settings, communities and issues – with people of diverse backgrounds, perspectives and cultures ·       Commitment to the Foundation’s core values and culture Preferred: ·       Understanding of the unique role of community foundations and familiarity with Greater Denver communities and non-profits ·       Knowledge of the professional advisor and/or financial services sectors ·       Understanding of fund types and charitable giving vehicles, gift planning tools and gifts of complex assets ·       Experience designing or implementing moves-management systems and developing and implementing fundraising campaigns ·       Experience with philanthropic operations, administration and prospect research software ·       Experience with data analysis and data-driven planning ·       Bilingual/fluency in Spanish is a plus SALARY & BENEFITS This full-time, exempt position’s hiring range is $70,000 to $95,000. Offered salary is commensurate with internal equity, internal salary ranges, sector benchmarks, and candidate’s relevant qualifications, experience and skills. Rose Community Foundation offers a competitive benefits package including employer-supported health, dental, vision, and life insurance; short- and long-term disability coverage, a 403(b)-retirement plan (including an annual employer contribution after one year of employment), flexible spending account, employee assistance program (EAP), generous paid time off including holidays, professional development opportunities and a matching gift program. WORKPLACE Brand-new office with a collaborative environment located in a building with a café, gym, secure indoor bike parking, covered employee parking and convenient access to parks and trails. As a health and safety precaution due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rose Community Foundation’s physical office was closed until June 2021 at which time we returned to full-time in-person work at the office. With the recent increase in Delta variant cases, we have expanded remote work options and flexibility for all staff and expect it will remain as such when this position is filled. That said, we plan to eventually return to full-time, in-office and in-community work.  Please note that the Foundation expects all team members to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION Rose Community Foundation believes in the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). The Foundation is committed to equal employment opportunities and prohibits the unlawful discrimination against applicants or employees based on race, color, national origin, ancestry, creed, religion, sex, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, sexual orientation, marital status, gender identity or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. How To Apply Please submit your application, including a resume and cover letter, here. Please upload your cover letter under “Other Documents.” No phone calls or additional email messages please. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis and the posting will remain open until the position is filled.

Denver, CO

Finance & Accounting Manager, The Colorado Trust
The Organization The Colorado Trust The Colorado Trust (The Trust) is a grantmaking foundation dedicated to ensuring all Coloradans have the opportunity to thrive. When the nonprofit PSL Healthcare Corporation was sold to a for-profit organization in 1985, the proceeds of the sale were used to create The Trust. Since then, The Trust has provided funding and resources to people and organizations across Colorado that are working to make positive changes in their communities. We work side by side with Coloradans, including people who have been left out of decision-making and are directly impacted by hardships. The Trust also provides grants and support to organizations advocating for local and statewide policies that have a positive impact on people’s well-being. The Trust strives to maintain a diverse workforce that reflects the communities we serve. Position Overview General description The finance & accounting manager is responsible for financial statement preprocessing; day-to-day accounting; assisting the controller with audit and tax reporting requirements; assisting the Grants Department with financial forecasting, budgeting, tracking and reporting; and assuring that the financial books and records are in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP). The finance & accounting manager serves as an employee at will of The Trust. Responsibilities
  • Assist in preparing all financial reporting, including quarterly, annual and periodic financial statements in accordance with GAAP
  • Develop creative and efficient solutions for grantmaking, community action and other operations
  • Prepare quarterly budget-to-actual variance analyses and report significant differences to the controller
  • Prepare monthly forecasts for grant strategies and operations budgets
  • Prepare documentation required during the annual audit
  • Assist the controller in preparing for Investment Committee and Audit Committee meetings of The Colorado Trust Board of Trustees
  • Develop and execute financial analysis and reporting for organizational forecasts and budgets
  • Assist in developing financial and operational processes and procedures
  • Develop, manage and support automation of financial systems
  • Assist in preparing the annual capital, grantmaking and operating budgets
  • Compile the Finance & Operations Department budget
  • Complete accounting for all grant expenditures, including reconciliation between grant administration and accounting records
  • Ensure accuracy of program-related investments, including journal entries, interest calculations and account balances according to external documentation
  • Reconcile and adjust quarterly all-balance sheets and significant income statement accounts with external source documentation
  • Process recurring month-end journal entries
  • Create quarterly-accrual journal entries and ensure their accuracy via reconciliation schedules
  • Assists with preparing and reporting the funding forecast and fund balance projections
  • Manage fixed-asset accounting, including the capitalization policy, depreciation calculations, journal reclasses, fixed-asset roll-forwards, and fixed-asset account reconciliations
  • Review the reconciliation of the investment management reports with The Trust’s balances; identify differences and adjust when necessary
  • Assist with managing the cash management system, including preparing the cash requirements report and reviewing timely bank reconciliations as needed
  • Assist the Community Partnerships staff team in establishing, monitoring and reporting individual community-based grant budgets and expenditures
  • Assist with developing and updating community-based financial forms as necessary.
Other responsibilities
  • Respond to inquiries regarding accounting and finance in a timely and accurate manner
  • Maintain knowledge of The Trust’s funding programs and strategies
  • Represent The Trust to external and internal constituencies, as needed
  • Assume the controller’s duties and responsibilities in the controller’s absence, as needed
  • Assume the accountant’s duties and responsibilities in the accountant’s absence, as needed
  • Participate in staff trainings and other efforts intended to improve The Trust’s alignment with our organizational values of diversity, equity and inclusion
  • Assist with processing payroll and other monthly processes as needed
  • Carry out other duties as assigned.
  • A degree in business, economics, accounting or finance; or equivalent experience
  • Ability to manage multiple long-term and team projects
  • Ability to help select, manage and operate accounting computer hardware and software for The Trust, and manage interfaces between accounting software packages
  • Ability to read, understand and identify key financial information from custodian and individual investment manager reports
  • Ability to maintain a cooperative, supportive and amiable relationship with other Trust staff members
  • Ability to quickly learn an organization’s structure, departments and their interactions
  • Ability to maintain a confidential stance with respect to the business and affairs of The Trust and those with whom it has relationships
  • Leadership skills that promote credibility and confidence with the board of trustees, Trust staff and the community at large
  • A personal and professional commitment to the values of diversity, equity, integrity and fairness
  • Ability to build positive working relationships across differences in race, ethnicity, language, class background, gender, sexual orientation and life experiences.
Personal attributes
  • Passion for and commitment to The Trust’s health equity vision, and its mission of advancing the health and well-being of the people of Colorado
  • Commitment to issues of community, diversity, equity, integrity and equity, social and racial justice
  • Comfort serving collaborative teams of colleagues both on-site and remotely
  • Ongoing commitment to improving skills and knowledge acquisition
  • Ability to handle confidential issues with discretion
  • Action-oriented, self-starter who can work well independently and in teams
  • Creative and proactive problem solver with a focus on solutions
  • Ability to effectively manage time and meet deadlines.
Salary and benefits $117,250 annually. The Trust offers its employees a comprehensive and competitive benefits package, including medical and dental insurance, a retirement plan, group life insurance and paid time off. How To Apply Please apply via The Trust’s online application system. Registration is not necessary to use this system. Document uploads may be required. The application system is currently only available in English; applicants who would prefer to apply in Spanish may apply via email if needed. All other applications must be received via the online application system. Please contact us with any questions you may have. The deadline to apply for this position is 5 p.m. MST on Wednesday, Dec. 8, 2021. The Trust seeks talented, team-oriented individuals, dedicated to our goal of advancing the health and well-being of the people of Colorado. Additionally, as an Equal Opportunity Employer, we welcome a diversity of perspectives and experiences among our staff. For more information, please visit

Eden Prairie, MN

Administrative Specialist, Human Resources, Margaret A Cargill Philanthropies
The Organization MISSION AND ORGANIZATIONAL BACKGROUND Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies (MACP) refers collectively to two grantmaking entities, Margaret A. Cargill Foundation (MACF) and Anne Ray Foundation (ARF). The two foundations have separate boards and investment portfolios but share a common mission of providing meaningful assistance and support to society, the arts, and the environment.
  • Margaret A. Cargill Foundation is a private foundation that came into existence upon Ms. Cargill’s death in August 2006. MACF’s assets are approximately $3 billion
  • Anne Ray Foundation is a supporting organization, which may make grants only to beneficiary organizations specifically named by Ms. Cargill. ARF’s assets are approximately $4 billion.
MACP’s well developed Philosophy of Grantmaking underscores the values and guiding principles of Margaret A. Cargill by using education and innovation as a means to achieve core purposes; empowering people to be self-sufficient; maintaining a low profile while meeting the needs of others; supporting programs that could have a broad impact, have socially redeeming values and standards, and that value life; and relieving suffering in times of disaster. As a core element of its philosophy, MACP invests in long-term relationships with key grantee organizations in order to find solutions that are consistent with the values of both parties. Additionally, MACP is engaging in a diversity, equity, and inclusion process that includes:
  • Building intercultural competency and emotional intelligence work at an organizational level, to include deeper learning and dialogue on racial and social equity.
  • Increasing local racial equity grantmaking to fund local efforts to address systemic racism and social inequities; and,
  • Reviewing each programmatic domain to more formally examine the role equity and inclusion currently play and can play in MACP’s grantmaking.
Position Overview The Administrative Specialist is responsible for providing administrative support to the Human Resources team.  This is a visible role within the organization that will interact across all departments and play an important role in providing a welcoming candidate and employee experience at MACP. The position requires effective communication skills, attention to detail, handling confidential information, critical thinking, establishing priorities, meeting deadlines, and the ability to juggle multiple competing tasks and demands.   Work also requires flexibility and coordination with other team members to accomplish overall team goals. This position reports to the Director, Human Resources & Administration and is a member of the Human Resources & Administration Team, which includes employees from Human Resources, Information Technology, Project Implementation and Office & Facilities.  This position is also a member of the Administrative Support Team. How To Apply How to apply: Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies is partnering with kp companies in this search. Applications can be submitted ONLINE HERE or if preferred, resumes and cover letters can be emailed to Please include MACP – Admin Specialist HR in the subject line.

Houston, TX

Vice President for Advancement and University Relations, University of Houston-Downtown
The Organization Position Overview The University of Houston-Downtown (UHD) seeks a mission-driven, visionary fundraiser to serve as its next Vice President for Advancement and University Relations. UHD is a comprehensive four-year university offering bachelor’s and master’s degree programs aimed at career preparation. Located in the heart of Downtown Houston, one of the nation’s most culturally diverse metropolitan areas, the University has created an environment that welcomes and embraces students from all backgrounds. With a 20-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio, UHD provides a unique hands-on learning experience for each student. They have the opportunity to select face-to-face instruction Downtown or at a satellite location, they can take classes offered completely online, or a combination of the two. Most importantly, the University charges one of the lowest tuition rates among state colleges and universities. UHD’s Division of Advancement and University Relations oversees all aspects of fundraising, marketing, communications and public relations for the University. The division includes: campaigns, special initiatives, multi-year and annual fundraising; annual fund, leadership annual giving, major gifts and grants and planned/legacy giving; special events; advancement operations and services; individual, corporate and foundation relations; alumni relations; volunteer leadership management; marketing, communications and public relations. Reporting to the President, the Vice President for Advancement and University Relations (VP) serves as the University’s chief development officer and its chief marketing and communications officer. As the University’s lead fundraiser, the VP is the leading strategist, prospect and donor relationship administrator or officer (including identification and qualification, cultivation, solicitation and stewardship) for the University. The VP staffs and directly supports the President in fundraising activities and supports and coordinates the fundraising process with academic and executive leadership, deans, the President’s volunteer leadership and others. The VP manages an individual portfolio of high-value/ high-potential donors and prospects while overseeing the development, implementation and execution of strategic, annual and operating plan goals and objectives relating to the division. The ideal candidate will have demonstrated senior-level fundraising experience in university advancement and/or development with accomplishments in direct solicitation, prospect management, annual giving, major and planned giving management, alumni affairs, comprehensive campaigns and public relations, marketing and communication. The next VP will have a demonstrated commitment to diversity and multiculturalism, and the ability to translate the University’s mission as a Hispanic-Serving Institution and Minority-Serving Institution into philanthropic partnerships. The VP will be a strong manager with the ability to lead a small but capable team, capitalizing upon their strengths and developing strategies to best utilize their time to advance UHD’s mission. All applications, nominations and inquiries are invited. Applications should include, as separate documents, a CV or resume and a letter of interest addressing the themes in the leadership profile (found at WittKieffer is assisting University of Houston-Downtown in this search. For fullest consideration, application materials should be received by December 20, 2021. Application materials should be submitted using WittKieffer’s candidate portal. Nominations and inquiries can be directed to: Zachary A. Smith, Ph.D., Lauren Bruce-Stets and Randi Miller UHD and the University of Houston System is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to assembling a diverse, broadly trained faculty and staff. Women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. In compliance with applicable laws and in furtherance of its commitment to fostering an environment that welcomes and embraces diversity, UHD does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, disability, religion, national origin, veteran’s status, genetic information, or sex (including pregnancy), sexual orientation, gender identity or status, or gender expression, except where such a distinction is required by law in its program or activities, including employment, admissions, and educational programs. How To Apply

Ithaca, NY

Associate Dean for Alumni Affairs and Development, College of Engineering, Cornell University
The Organization Heralded as an “Ivy League university with a Big Ten heart,” Cornell University has earned a reputation as one of the top ten research institutions in the world. Cornell Engineering, the largest and most prestigious engineering school in the Ivy League, is laser-focused on answering the challenges of tomorrow and has set an ambitious goal of $500 million towards the University’s recently announced five-year, $5 billion campaign To Do the Greatest Good. The College’s alumni are known to be among the University’s most dedicated, engaged, and generous givers. Cornell Engineering’s fundraising totals in the last three to five years illustrate its upward thrust. Two schools were named at the College in the past five years in recognition of $50 million gifts. The College’s almost $60 million in new gift commitments in FY21 is among its highest single year fundraising total, particularly considering the impacts of the global pandemic. The College has the third-largest alumni population of Cornell’s colleges, and among the most philanthropically capable. Position Overview Lindauer is proud to partner with Cornell University in its search for an Associate Dean for Alumni Affairs and Development, College of Engineering. Cornell University is seeking an Associate Dean for Alumni Affairs and Development, College of Engineering to join the institution at a pivotal moment in its fundraising history. The Associate Dean is responsible for planning and implementing an integrated approach to development and alumni relations programs that maximizes support for the College of Engineering, including ten departments and schools. This role serves as chief development officer for, and manager of, the College’s alumni affairs and development program, with responsibility for securing private philanthropic support in excess of $60 million, and aspirationally,$100 million annually. The Associate Dean can manage their own portfolio while also providing strategic vision on the overall direction of the College’s principal gift activity, major gifts work and alumni affairs program. The ideal candidate will be an entrepreneurial, creative, and strategic fundraising professional that is energized to join and lead a team that has experienced incredible successes, and secured historic gifts, on track to achieve future fundraising records. How To Apply To learn more and apply, contact Lindauer Senior Executive Vice President Jill Lasman or Consultant Chandra Montgomery at

Los Altos, CA

Communications Officer, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
The Organization Communications Officer The David and Lucile Packard Foundation Los Altos, CA The Packard Foundation seeks a Communications Officer to lead communications strategies and initiatives for its U.S.-based issue areas, which include support for women, children, and families; local grantmaking; and its justice and equity commitments. The David and Lucile Packard Foundation (the Foundation) is dedicated to improving the lives of children, families, and communities—and restoring and protecting our planet. Guided by the principles of our founders, we think big and serve with humility. Our grantees are making positive change all over the world and in our own backyard. We are known for our work protecting the climate, oceans, and land and for advancing reproductive health and rights. We also work hard to ensure that all children and families have what they need to succeed. Our capacity-building projects help non-profit leaders build more powerful and impactful organizations and movements. The Communications Team develops and implements communications strategies in partnership with our grantmaking program staff that are designed to further the Foundation’s vision and issue area objectives. Reporting to Felicia Madsen, Communications Director, the Communications Officer will be part of a strategic, cohesive, and collaborative team. To learn more about the Foundation, please visit Position Overview The Opportunity The Communications Officer will develop and lead communications about the Foundation’s initiatives, shape Foundation thought leadership, and use communications to further reach, understand and motivate people to act. Specific responsibilities include:
  • Collaborate with staff to develop and implement communications for the Foundation’s grantmaking related to women, children, and families, and our justice and equity fund.
  • Lead on message development, media engagement, and drafting and editing content including articles, blogs, social media posts, and other external and internal communications to expand the reach and impact of our work.
  • Provide active thought partnership and counsel, guiding colleagues through communications planning, campaign strategy, and execution.
  • Work directly with grantees and partners, organizing around shared projects, and providing communications counsel and/or technical assistance.
  • Serve as a supportive, creative, and flexible Communications Team member on Foundation-wide projects, initiatives, and learning.
·       Identify and analyze both problems and solutions and identify key metrics to communicate effectively across a wide range of platforms and audiences. ·       Actively participate in the Foundation’s work to integrate justice and equity into all facets of the Foundation’s work. The ideal candidate will have the following professional and personal qualities, skills, experiences, and characteristics: Passion for the Mission Mission-driven, the ideal candidate understands that social change is complex, necessary, and requires a long-term commitment to create lasting change. Experienced at translating policy issues into compelling communications that inspire action, they harness their analytical and technical communications skills to see the big picture, align communications strategies with organizational values and priorities, and help position the Foundation to achieve its goals. Technical Communications Skills Grounded in evidence-based practice, they have led social change communications for a nonprofit, philanthropy, government agency, and/or other policy advocacy organization. They have demonstrated success leading communications strategies and advocacy campaigns, effectively and efficiently engage new and emerging audiences, set communications objectives, and deliver consistent messages, activities, and materials across a wide range of channels. Leadership Through Influence A trusted advisor, they provide excellent communications counsel to both staff and executive leadership. They build trust with internal and external collaborators and audiences, bringing a deep sense of contextual intelligence that advances their organization’s reputation in the field. An accomplished communications strategist, project manager, collaborator, and relationship builder, they expertly manage competing priorities, confidently make informed decisions, and move easily across projects and initiatives. Project Management An excellent project manager, they effectively navigate and manage competing priorities with diplomacy and respect, underpinning communications strategies and tactics with decisive, data-driven decision-making. They have experience managing budgets and consultants, and leading teams of people to a common goal. Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion The successful candidate is actively engaged in efforts to increase the capacity of nonprofits and foundations to support diverse communities. They center inclusion, developing communications collateral that acknowledges and values the diversity of the communities that they serve. Location: This position is in downtown Los Altos, California. Initially, the role may start remotely but will require occasionally working onsite at the Foundation offices in downtown Los Altos, California once the Foundation offices reopen. All employees must be/become California residents. Ability to travel domestically (as conditions allow) is a requirement for this opportunity. Compensation: The position is full-time, exempt. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and education and begins in the $150K+ range. The David and Lucile Packard Foundation offers excellent benefits for eligible employees. How To Apply Contact: Koya Partners, the executive search firm that specializes in mission-driven search, has been exclusively retained for this engagement. Malissa Brennan of Koya Partners is leading this search. To express interest in this role please submit your materials here. All inquiries and discussions will be considered strictly confidential. View the full position profile here. …………….. The David and Lucile Packard Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes a diverse candidate pool.   *Proof of COVID vaccination required (subject to applicable law).

Los Angeles or San Francisco

Program Officer, James Irvine Foundation
The Organization FOUNDATION OVERVIEW  The James Irvine Foundation is a private, nonprofit grantmaking foundation dedicated to expanding opportunity for the people of California. The Foundation’s vision is a California where all low-income workers have the power to advance economically. Since 1937 the Foundation has provided more than $2.09 billion in grants to organizations throughout California. The Foundation ended 2020 with more than $3 billion in assets and provided $109 million in grants. We have about 60 staff across our San Francisco and Los Angeles offices. The Irvine Foundation is committed, internally and externally, to the values of accountability, curiosity, empathy, equity, nimbleness, partnership, and transparency. POSITION SUMMARY  This is an exciting time to join The James Irvine Foundation as our grantmaking has grown steadily from $67 million in 2012 to a projected $129 million in 2021 due to strong investment performance. As we increase our giving it is imperative that we build our internal capacity to collaboratively achieve the impact we seek. We are hiring four (4) passionate, nimble relationship-builders who are committed to low-income workers and can contribute to our journey to operationalize equity across all we do. These Program Officers will add needed depth and diversity to our deeply collaborative programs team. We seek generalists who bring relevant professional and lived experience across nonprofits, philanthropy, consulting, and/or the public or private sectors and in one or more of our focus areas. Irvine’s programmatic efforts are focused on three major, multi-year initiatives: Better Careers, Fair Work, and Priority Communities with additional initiatives on the way. Since the Foundation is ever evolving, adjusting for social relevance and policy shifts in both its current initiatives as well as piloting new ones, the Program Officer role requires strong analytical and change management abilities and a high degree of initiative. Reporting to a Director of Program Development, the Program Officers will work in partnership with the Foundation’s program staff and other staff on a set of initiatives and projects to advance Irvine’s vision of a California where all low-income workers have the power to advance economically. The ideal candidates have experience in project execution and grantmaking; and exceptional interpersonal, writing, and communication skills, including a deep commitment to respecting and lifting up diverse viewpoints. Program Officers work on one or more grantmaking initiative teams, which may be led by an Initiative Director or another senior staff member. Program Officers may also work on short-term assignments across the grantmaking portfolio to support special projects and/or capacity needs on various initiative or program development teams. In addition, Program Officers have an Advisor who provides professional development coaching and performance assessments. Ideal candidates will be equity-centered, flexible, capable of positively pushing through ambiguity to create clarity, and view change as opportunity. Program Officers will have a minimum of three to five (3 to 5) years of experience and, although generalists with broad experience are welcome, candidates with knowledge of workforce development, public policy, and/or rural/inland communities in California should highlight relevant experience in their application. Successful candidates will demonstrate excitement to work on a dedicated, growing team managing multiple demands, shifting priorities, and ongoing change with attention to detail and a desire to achieve excellence for low-income workers. Candidates must have experience managing and facilitating projects that involve collaborative efforts and be authentic, trusting communicators who can engage directly with community in a way that helps to minimize traditional power imbalances in philanthropy and lift the voices of low-income Californians. The Foundation endeavors to live into our commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in our policies and practices and continue to find inclusive ways to elevate staff voices while acknowledging persistent, pervasive racism in our institutions and systems that must be eliminated if we are to improve outcomes for all Californians. Experience actively contributing to an organization’s DEI journey with an explicit anti-racism focus and an understanding of how one’s own identity and lived experiences inform their work is highly desired. CORE RESPONSIBILITIES 1.       Grantmaking and Project Support –        Monitor the performance of a set of grants; coach and advise grantees, including the negotiation           of performance milestones to support grantee partner success. –        In partnership with Initiative Directors and relevant leads, identify organizations with strong                     potential for partnership; conduct due diligence and assess grantee partners for effective track               records, internal capacity, and strategic skills. –        Consult and coordinate with other Irvine program staff in exploring new grantmaking                                opportunities within initiatives. –        Contribute to written materials that communicate the alignment of grantee activities with initiative            goals and strategies, including grant recommendations and context papers. –        Provide project management support for teams, which could include planning and facilitating                 internal meetings, conducting research in a discrete new area of potential grantmaking, etc. –        As appropriate, and in partnership with other Irvine staff, convene grantees and others in the field           to advance collective action, networking, and learning opportunities. 2.       Analyzing and Evaluating –        Remain well informed of current research, activities, and trends in the issues addressed by                     grantees. –        Support staff in assessment and learning activities that inform strategy and continuous                           improvement. –        Participate in the ongoing refinement of Irvine’s initiatives, through discussions with relevant                   initiative teams. 3.       Collaboration with Colleagues to Execute Portfolio and Foundation-wide Efforts –        Collaborate with other staff –– to coordinate with and contribute to projects and relationships that            may connect to other foundation efforts. –        Maintain a working knowledge of other foundation efforts. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCES ·         A minimum of three to five (3 to 5) years of experience in grantmaking or project executio                        focused on benefitting target communities or populations, which could be in the public, nonprofit,            or private sectors (the totality of candidate’s academic, professional, and lived experiences will                be considered) ·         A strong desire to contribute to the mission of The James Irvine Foundation ·         An understanding of issues impacting low-income communities ·         A commitment to and track record of working with disadvantaged communities ·         Ability to learn; work on new content areas quickly; assemble and assess data and research;                  and conduct landscape analyses and the action-orientation to turn data into insight ·         Excellent written and oral communication skills, and listening skills, and judgment in                                communicating within a variety of settings ·         Personal presence to represent the foundation in diverse forums and relationships ·         Willingness to learn and grow, alongside the Foundation and team, and experience in positively              contributing to a culture of learning, overall, and as it relates specifically to DEI ·         Demonstrated ability to plan and think strategically; set and achieve realistic goals and                             objectives; and balance multiple priorities with excellent attention to detail and follow through ·         Demonstrated respect for diverse perspectives ·         Ability to assess the leadership, track record, and capacity of social sector organizations and                  collaboratives ·         A desire to work collaboratively in a dynamic team-oriented environment ·         Bachelor’s degree or equivalent lived and/or professional experience related to the role COMPENSATION, BENEFITS, AND WORK LOCATION POLICY  The James Irvine Foundation’s compensation philosophy is reflected in its Talent Advancement Program, which was created to assure equity in staff compensation. While every staff member is assigned a Tier based on demonstration of competencies, the Foundation looks to outcomes as criteria for advancement through the program’s Tiers. The positions are benchmarked against relative industry and occupational groups and reviewed each year, with the goal to deliver compensation equitably throughout the organization. For more information, please review Compensation Practices at Irvine. The James Irvine Foundation offers an attractive benefits package, including comprehensive medical and retirement options, a summary of which can be found here. While many Foundation staff continue to work remotely through COVID-19 pandemic recovery efforts, there will be a shift to a hybrid in-person/remote work arrangement at both the Los Angeles and San Francisco offices when it is deemed safe to do so. At this point, all Foundation staff will be required to be fully vaccinated with one of the FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccines. The James Irvine Foundation is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and we encourage applicants who reflect the diversity of California. Qualified applicants with criminal histories will be considered pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance (“FCO”). The Foundation greatly appreciates all expressed interest. How To Apply The James Irvine Foundation is partnering with Walker and Associates Consulting, a BIPOC- and woman-owned national strategic management consulting and executive search firm, for these openings. To apply, email a cover letter, resume, and list of three references (candidates will be notified in advance of any outreach to references) to on or before 5:00 p.m. PST on Friday, December 3, 2021. Use the subject line: Program Officer Search. Submission via one PDF or Microsoft Word file is preferred. Questions or Nominations? Email Jeannine N. Walker at

Los Angeles, CA

Digital Communications Associate, Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation
The Organization The Mortimer & Mimi Levitt Foundation (MMLF) is a national social impact funder that partners with nonprofits to build stronger, more connected communities through the power of free, live music. We realize our mission of building community through music through two core programs: the permanent Levitt venue program and the Levitt AMP [Your City] Grant Awards, an annual grants competition. In 2019, more than 550 free outdoor Levitt concerts took place in 26 towns and cities across America, bringing joy to more than 750,000 people of all ages and backgrounds. This past year, permanent Levitt venues and Levitt AMP concert sites nationwide have innovated to uplift, connect and inspire their communities in new ways—from virtual concerts and online songwriting camps to drive-in and pop-up concerts, to a return to in-person live concerts this summer. The Levitt Foundation is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion throughout our organization and all aspects of our work, recognizing this commitment as essential to realizing the Levitt mission. Our commitment to EDI fosters a culture where team members can truly belong, contribute, and grow. We believe in each individual’s value and encourage applications from people of any age, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, religion, disability, veteran status, and any other characteristic or identity. To learn more about the national Levitt network and the Levitt Foundation, visit Position Overview Position Summary The Digital Communications Associate manages the day-to-day scheduling and posting of content on Levitt’s various social media channels and tracks and monitors results to advance the vision, mission and core values of Levitt programs. The Digital Communications Associate also writes mission- and values-driven content for the Levitt blog, produces and updates content for the MMLF and Levitt AMP websites, creates short multimedia videos, and designs eblasts, web banners and other collateral materials. This is a full-time, non-exempt position that provides daily support to the Director of Communications. This position is currently remote, though will be in-person at the Levitt Foundation’s office in Echo Park beginning this fall.   Major Areas of Responsibility
  • Assist the Director of Communications in the execution of social media strategies to promote awareness of Levitt’s mission and values—including daily updates to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.; write and develop engaging, daily content that leads to measurable results; create compelling graphics to accompany posts
  • Support the Director of Communications in producing and updating mission-driven and values-driven content for MMLF and Levitt AMP websites, ensuring new and consistent information is posted regularly to drive website traffic
  • Support the development of the new national Levitt website
  • Assist in the creative and written development of eblasts and e-news
  • Develop and maintain an ongoing social media editorial calendar
  • Track and measure social media metrics as well as Google Analytics for national Levitt websites to understand effectiveness of penetration and impact
  • Create quarterly and year-to-year reports based on social media metrics and Google Analytics to draw insights frominteractions and engagement
  • Coordinate nationally-focused social media campaigns with multiple stakeholders to support the national network of Levitt music venues and concert sites and the national Levitt organization
  • Create lively and engaging, relevant blog content on the Levitt Foundation blog contributing
to the blog at least once a week
  • Develop relationships with influential audiences via social media
  • Monitor trends in social media tools, applications, channels and design and develop strategies accordingly
  • Create short multimedia videos to promote Levitt concert seasons, the Levitt National Tour, Levitt AMP program, #musicmoves campaign, and Levitt mission and core values via social media; support creation of Faces of Levitt / MMLF videos
  • Support the creation of grantee toolkits and various network campaigns
  • Augment research of articles on topics relevant to Levitt’s mission, core values and case for support: third spaces, creative placemaking, arts accessibility, designing livable communities, music, EDI, etc.
  • Assist in the execution of Levitt’s overall communications efforts, including graphics and design of collateral materials
  • Serve as a Levitt ambassador at events on occasional nights and weekends, including, but not limited to, benefits, concerts, conferences, and Levitt events
  • Perform other related duties, as assigned
  • 1-3 years of professional experience in social media and/or digital communications
  • Possess in-depth understanding and experience with various social media platforms
  • Online content creation experience
  • Excellent writing and proofreading skills for all types of social media and online platforms
  • Strong creative thinking skills as shown through approach to various social media platforms
  • Innovative and critical thinker with strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Experience and skill in executing multiple projects simultaneously while meeting deadlines in a fast-paced environment, without loss of attention to detail
  • Good technical understanding with ability to learn and use new social media tools quickly
  • Understanding of basic graphic design principles with experience in Adobe InDesign and Photoshop in a Mac environment; experience in Illustrator, a plus
  • Proficient in video editing software, a plus
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office and use of the Internet as a research tool
  • High degree of initiative and entrepreneurial spirit
  • Strong ability to work independently and collaboratively as part of a national team
  • Passion for and commitment to Levitt Foundation’s mission
  • Willingness to work flexible hours, including some nights and weekends
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
How To Apply To apply, email your cover letter, resume, writing sample and graphic design sample to, including “Levitt Foundation Digital Communications Associate” in the subject line. The Levitt Foundation offers a dynamic work environment and competitive salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include health insurance, 401(k), and other benefits. EEO/AAW employer.   Our Commitment to Equity, Diversity and Inclusion: We deeply understand the value of bringing together a team with different perspectives, backgrounds, and life experiences, and we prioritize diversity within our team. We encourage people from underrepresented backgrounds to apply.

Menlo Park, CA

Grants Officer, William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
The Organization The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation has been making grants since 1967 to help solve social and environmental problems at home and around the world. The Foundation concentrates its resources on activities in education, the environment, gender equity and governance, performing arts, and philanthropy, and it makes grants to support disadvantaged communities in the San Francisco Bay Area.  The Foundation’s assets are more than $9 billion, with annual awards of grants and gifts totaling more than $400 million.  A fourteen-member Board of Directors provides overall direction for the Foundation. Position Overview The Grantmaking, Learning, and Operations (GLO) team focuses on maximizing the impact and effectiveness of, and learning from, grantmaking at the Hewlett Foundation. This position represents a unique opportunity to join one of the sector’s most innovative grants management team structures, bringing together Grants Management and Organizational Learning. Grants Officers in the Hewlett Foundation are respected resources, thought partners, and project leads. They partner with program teams and collaborate closely across administrative functions to facilitate the grantmaking process and achieve foundation goals. They also engage across the Foundation by leading cross-organization projects, committees and initiatives, and engage at all levels in the organization. From developing tools and processes, to implementing systems and advancing best practices, the Grants Officer plays a pivotal role in all grantmaking activities and has a valued voice in all aspects of the Foundation’s work. The ideal candidate will be a top-notch project manager and problem solver with a consultative approach to working with and across teams. This role requires individuals who can balance strong attention to detail with a relationship-focused approach to working with people. While prior grants management experience is not required, the team is seeking professionals who are adept at strategic thinking and bring a systems and data mindset to their work. The position is based in Menlo Park, CA and the salary range starts at $130,738.
How To Apply: To learn more and apply for the role, please visit GoodCitizen’s website:

New York, NY

Director (or Senior Director) of Finance and Administration, Philanthropy New York
The Organization <p>Philanthropy New York is a trusted community of nearly 300 grantmaking organizations that develops forward-thinking guidance and programming to address the unique challenges of philanthropy and convenes funders to strengthen ties across the sector. We bring together funders from within and across sectors to form networks, develop and share knowledge and nurture crucial skills to make the work of each grantmaker – and the sector as a whole – more meaningful and more effective. For more information, visit <a href=””></a></p><p><br />Philanthropy New York seeks candidates aligned with our <a href=””>Vision, Mission and Values</a>. </p> Position Overview <p>The Director of Finance and Administration is a management role that combines day to day finance responsibilities and organizational operations. In addition to maintaining accurate financial records and ensuring that PNY complies with generally accepted accounting principles and reporting standards, the Director oversees a modest fiscal sponsorship program and restricted grants, and monitors the organization’s investment accounts.  The role is responsible for overseeing key operations such as the organization’s facilities, technology, payroll, insurance, benefits and retirement program.  The Director provides important leadership to ensure the effective functioning of the Audit and Finance Committees of the board, coordinates the annual budget process, and creates an operational plan that advances PNY’s strategic direction and racial equity goals.</p><p>This is a hands-on position that requires both management and leadership skills as well as day to day operational execution. </p><p><strong>Key Responsibilities: </strong></p><p><strong>Finance </strong></p><ul><li>Manages accounts payable and accounts receivable.  Tracks and records all monthly expenditures, including petty cash, credit card reconciliation and all vendor payments. Posts interest, dividends, and unrealized gains and losses.</li><li>Oversees the proper coding of invoices and tracks and records all pre-paid expenses and depreciation.  </li><li>Maintains the general ledger, including accounts payable, vendor file, and fixed asset inventory. Posts general journal entries for payroll, pension plan payments, depreciation and prepaid expenses. </li><li>Provides ongoing coordination and reconciliation of the organization’s fiscal sponsorship program. Work with fiscal sponsorship projects to ensure receipts, expenses, and revenue are appropriately recorded and reported. Oversee the submission of accurate grant proposals and reports.</li><li>Completes the monthly, quarterly and annual close process; ensuring balance sheet entries are reconciled, reviewed, and have appropriate supporting documentation. </li><li>Works closely with organizational leadership to prepare annual budgets, cash forecasts, and helps the Audit and Finance Committee to make decisions around the proper use and safeguarding of organizational assets.  </li><li>Work directly with the organization’s private bank team and investment manager to process all bank wires and account transfers, monitor the organization’s investment account and provide benchmarking for the Finance Committee.</li><li>Track all the Restricted and Temporary Restricted Grants. Oversee all project/program and Grants Accounting, ensuring that expenditures are consistently aligned with grant and program budgets throughout the fund period</li></ul><p><strong>Audit and Compliance </strong></p><ul><li>Ensures that sufficient internal controls and procedures are in place and being followed and comply with generally accepted accounting principles. </li><li>Coordinates the organization’s annual audit process with the support of the book keeper and office manager.  </li><li>Oversee the work of vendors to ensure accurate and timely completion and filing of all tax returns including 990, 990T, 5500s, payroll Taxes 941 and NYS45, Consultant’s 1099s, and other state filings. </li><li>Ensures that the organization is up to date on all regulatory compliance related to HR, benefits management and labor standards. </li><li>Monitor and manage the organization’s insurance and ensure that the organization is appropriately managing risk. Oversee risk management and legal activities, including: business insurance, contracts, leases, and other legal document and agreements.</li><li>Working with cybersecurity and IT vendors, mitigate cybersecurity risk.</li></ul><p><strong>Operations</strong></p><ul><li>Work with external HR consultant to oversee the organization’s benefits and employment policies </li><li>Support the office manager in managing PNY’s phone, IT and other vendors to ensure ongoing maintenance and quality of systems and infrastructure.</li><li>Partners with the Council on Foundations to curate an annual salary survey for PNY’s membership.</li></ul><p><strong>Organizational Leadership and Management</strong></p><ul><li>Provide management and supervision of PNY’s bookkeeper and office manager.</li><li>Collaborate with the team to create an annual operations plan for the department and regularly reflect on department learning. </li><li>Support the development and implementation of racial equity commitments into annual departmental planning.</li><li>Guide the Audit and Finance Committee in making and tracking annual racial equity commitments aligned with their committee work.</li><li>Work with volunteer leadership to run the Foundation Financial Managers Group and other professional peer networks across PNY’s membership that align with the role.</li><li>Regularly utilize PNY’s organizational values as a lens for decision making and action.</li></ul><p><strong>Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.</strong> </p><p><strong>Qualifications and Experience: </strong></p><ul><li>Bachelor’s degree in accounting, CPA preferred, and a minimum six (6) years of professional experience and supervision of interns or consultants required for Director-level candidates.  Candidates with eight (8)+ years of professional experience and at least two years of supervising full-time staff will be considered for the Senior Director position.  </li><li>Candidates who have worked in philanthropy, nonprofits and/or membership associations strongly preferred.</li><li>Experience managing and reconciling a high volume of receivables.</li><li>Demonstrated experience managing day to day accounting and monthly reconciliation of the books.  </li><li>Budget development, forecasting, reconciliation and audit experience necessary.</li><li>Experience managing the financial reporting process for restricted grants a plus. </li><li>Experience overseeing payroll, tax deferred retirement programs, employee benefits a plus. </li><li>Previous reporting to or support of a board, advisory board or other governance structure a plus.</li></ul><p><strong>Skills and Knowledge: </strong></p><ul><li>Understanding of structural racism and of the ways that white supremacy culture operates in institutions. </li><li>Knowledge of and commitment to personal growth and development on issues of racial equity and diversity and to supporting others in growth around issues of racial equity</li><li>Demonstrated skills in building strong supervisory relationships, including setting expectations, coaching for performance, and giving and receiving feedback. </li><li>Fluency in Quickbooks. Knowledge of Salesforce or prior work with a database is a plus.</li><li>Proficient in Microsoft systems, e.g., Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint. </li><li>Strong project management, time management and organizational skills required. The ability to manage multiple priorities, take initiative, delegate responsibility, prioritize and ensure the delivery of on-time deliverables is key.</li><li>High ethical standards and strong sense of fiduciary duty. The Director will view and possess significant confidential information regarding all aspects of our finances and human resources. High levels of discretion, integrity and judgment are required.  As part of the final stage of the process, a candidate’s credit report will be reviewed as the position will have access to significant organizational assets.</li></ul>
How To Apply<p><strong>TO APPLY:</strong>  Please send a resume and a cover letter via email to with “Last Name, First Name – Director of Finance and Administration” in the subject line.. We will not consider applications without a cover letter. In your cover letter, please address the skills, competencies and experience you would bring to the role and tell us what appeals to you about working at Philanthropy New York. </p><p><br />Due to the high volume of resumes we receive, we are unable to respond to all candidates.  We will be directly in touch with candidates for first round telephone interviews. </p><p><br /><em>Philanthropy New York is committed to creating a more equitable workplace.  We are dedicated to the recruitment, inclusion, retention and advancement of people of color, LGBTQ, women, trans and gender non-conforming people, people with disabilities; and/or formerly incarcerated people.</em></p><p> </p>

New York, NY and Washington DC areas

Event Consultant, ABFE
The Organization About ABFE ABFE is a membership-based philanthropic organization that advocates for responsive and transformative investments in Black communities. Partnering with foundations, nonprofits, and individuals, ABFE provides its members with professional development and technical assistance resources that further the philanthropic sector’s connection and responsiveness to racially equitable practices equity, diversity and inclusion. Position Overview Signature Convenings Overview Harambee (Annual Conference) – April – Three and a half day event for approximately 500 attendees. It’s literal translation in Swahili is “all pull together”. This is the nation’s largest gathering of Black professionals in philanthropy. This conference ABFE presents its members, stakeholders and partners a multi-day agenda, aimed at increasing public and private investments in Black communities. From its inception, ABFE has served to be a vehicle for leveraging resources for the betterment of Black communities. Harambee features signature events off-site programming, exhibit space, site sessions (off property learning experiences and virtual tools to support the event and create a solid experience for attendees. Connecting Leaders Fellowship Program (CLFP) Leadership Retreat – October or November – Five-and-a-half-day event for about 20 participants (mix of Cohort, staff & consultants). CLFP is a year-long experience designed to sharpen the skills and strengthen the leadership capacity of foundation staff, donors, and trustees who are committed to assisting Black through philanthropy. Fellows have the opportunity to learn from seasoned Grantmakers and peers on a regular basis, understand how to be more effective agents for change within their institutions, and participate in a network that focuses on innovative solutions to community challenges. The Fellowship begins with a week-long Leadership Summit in a designated host city, which includes local site sessions, workshops, community 2 dining and networking experiences. Women in Philanthropy – June/July or August – Two and a half day event for 50-75 attendees. The Women in Philanthropy Leadership Retreat is where Black women come together around a shared belief that we cannot harness our full power and purpose without supportive spaces that renew and transform the mind, body, and spirit. This annual leadership event serves as a unique time for women leaders to nourish, heal, and network with advisors and colleagues in the field. The program features a collection of dynamic speakers set to inspire and invigorate our lives. Each retreat is uniquely designed to support and sustain the overall health and well- being of attendees as the core to leadership sustainability and development. The care and keeping of this community are critical to safeguarding the voice, activism, and humanity of Black women in the field of philanthropy. SCOPE OF WORK We anticipate that the Event and Production leader/company hired for this project would begin this work by December 1, 2021 and complete this work by November, 2022. Project Management (Pre-, Onsite & Post-Event Support) Each event has specific needs and audiences. The production leader/company will work with ABFE Programs team to ensure the successful design and execution of each event. The role will include. Provide initial outline of program, analyze space needs and technical requirements for each event. • Develop & execute event timelines in partnership with ABFE programs team. • Support Hotel and sub-contractor RFP’s including interviews/site visits (when applicable) • Ideate with the team & recommend venues and space needs • Support transportation logistics • Support staff & host committee meeting agendas by supporting activities Registration Management Manage registration tasks including badge production. • Badge print production. • Coordination of on-site registration logistics • Registration Staffing Schedule, schedule volunteers and/or hire temp staff, and manage all reg. staff on site • Project management: Tote bag/Registration Kit/ Badge assembly • Shipping matrix of registration items Volunteer Coordination – pre-event (where applicable) • Identify on-site staffing needs, and build volunteer schedule prior to show. • Work with ABFE team to access list of volunteers to schedule. Field questions, manage schedule and role changes. Hotel/Venue Support/Management (as applicable for hotel or event venues) • Liaise with hotel/venue throughout projects. 3 • Help hotel/venue reps. understand projected staff room block and number of single/double rooms, comp room nights and other concessions. • Make sure the tracking process works smoothly and that all deadlines with a financial impact are clear to the team. • Liaise with hotel to deliver names/ dates for staff / speaker hotel block. • Ensure hotel room costs are optimized, avoid “no show” and other penalties. • Manage Audit process to for optimum comp room credits and future planning. • Support logistics regarding all venue logistics, including food and beverage (BEOS) needs in accordance with contracts (as applicable), • Coordinate decorations, aesthetics, furniture, etc. with property or sub-contractor (where applicable). • support coordination of shipping (in-bound and out-bound supports). • Support meetings with hotel staff, including site visits; food tastings; walk-throughs; pre-event briefings. Vendor & Sponsor Coordination/Liaison • Liaise with sponsors and exhibitors to ensure quality exhibit/sponsor experience • Develop and manage exhibit space (in-person or virtual) • Support sponsorship Strategies, goals and fulfilment VIII. Post-Event Debriefs • Plus/Delta exercise with property and ABFE team (What went well / not so well) • Recommendations for future planning PROPOSAL GUIDELINES QUALIFICATIONS – We are seeking a skilled event producer has advanced capacity to support the following: o A creative and innovative strategies to create successful events. o Experience in producing events of all sizes – from meetings to larger conferences. o Detail oriented and capable of leading and supporting as needed. o Exemplary customer service commitment. o Ability to be nimble & adapt efficiently as circumstances change. o managing complete registration processes o managing virtual convenings and skilled use of virtual tools (apps; etc.) o hotel processes, including production and room/reservation supports, o Experience working with exhibitors and sponsors o Experience working with Black/Minority owned businesses 4 Please use the following as a guide for your proposal: Maximum proposal length (including title page, cover letter, proposal, qualifications, and budget). Please provide 1. Cover letter, which provide information about the producer/organization. 2. A detailed description of recent clients and projects as they relate to conducting similar work (or links to a portfolio). 3. A minimum of two references (with contact information) from organizations for which you have provided consulting services in the recent past. 4. Contact name, phone number, email address and mailing address of the lead staff responsible for filing the proposal. • A narrative that describes your approach to small and large events. • Respondents to this RFP are encouraged to recommend additional or alternative activities, if they believe they would be relevant for this project. • A timeline and work plan for the project year. • Designated staff/partners/subcontractors’ brief biographies/qualifications of staff/partners/subcontractors identified to provide services. • Itemized budget, broken out for each component and each aspect of the work. Pricing information should include the basis for payment such as hourly rates and a number of estimated hours needed for each project. • Preferred payment structure/timeline. How To Apply Deadline for receipt of proposals is November 15, 2021 at 5:00 pm EST. All proposals should be submitted electronically to Sheryl Wesley, Administrative Associate, Programs or Tekecha Morgan, Programs Manager Please include in the subject line: “Event Production Company for ABFE”


Chief Executive Officer, Ohio Local News Initiative
The Organization A coalition of Ohio organizations and community leaders, and the American Journalism Project, have partnered to launch a network of independent, community-led, nonprofit newsrooms, starting in Cleveland. The coalition, which includes the Cleveland Foundation, the John S. And James L. Knight Foundation, Sisters of Charity Foundation, the Visible Voice Charitable Fund, and the Char and Chuck Fowler Family Foundation, has raised over $5.8 million for the organization so far, and has formed a search committee that is conducting an open search for a founding leadership team. The organization will be governed by a board that is representative of Ohio’s diverse communities. It will be sustained by a combination of philanthropy, membership, and sponsorships, with 25 employees at launch in 2022. Its first newsroom in Cleveland will have an innovative, community-focused structure, and will work directly with residents to report on and elevate voices and stories from their own communities in addition to providing much-needed accountability and service journalism across critical beats, including public health, education, economy, and government. Information produced for communities by the Ohio Local News Initiative will be free to access, and is available for republishing. The Cleveland newsroom will work in close partnership with Cleveland Documenters, WOVU, and members of the Neighborhood & Community Media Association of Greater Cleveland, to increase the volume of relevant, original local reporting available to all residents. The Ohio Local News Initiative is a 501(c)(3)-pending organization will be fiscally sponsored by the American Journalism Project. Position Overview The Ohio Local News Initiative is looking for its founding Chief Executive Officer to lead the organization’s launch and growth. The successful candidate will have a passion for local journalism, executive leadership experience, a track record of fundraising for mission-driven organizations, and a strong perspective on equitable organization design. Directing this startup’s business operations would put you on the forefront of a movement to make local journalism a foundational part of civic life in Ohio by enabling the kind of journalism that holds power to account, and truly addressing the information needs of communities. The Role The CEO will help build and quickly grow the organization. You will lead strategic planning for the startup to build a sustainable, local civic institution. You will coordinate the organization’s fundraising efforts across a diverse mix of revenue streams, and build the financial, human resources, and administrative infrastructure to support fast-paced growth while cultivating a just and equitable organizational culture. As a partner for the editorial team, you will be a champion for newsrooms in the network, maintaining relationships with funders and sponsors while protecting the independence of the organization’s editorial team. Responsibilities and priorities Strategic vision
  • Work with the organization’s editorial leaders and board to develop a strategic plan for the next five years. This includes building a fundraising strategy, and defining strategic and hiring priorities in line with the editorial mission.
  • Ensure that diversity is a key part of the organization’s framework and that equity and inclusion are ingrained in the organization’s strategic vision, including when it comes to hiring, retention, compensation and coverage.
  • Ensure a culture of innovation and collaboration between internal and external stakeholders.
  • Lead and inspire staff to meet the goals of the organization’s strategic vision while also supporting the needs of the community they serve.
  • Support editorial leaders in the design, implementation, and management of daily newsroom operations that can produce strong, community-oriented accountability journalism where ground level stakeholders are involved in shaping news stories.
  • Create an environment where editorial leaders across the network are incentivized to produce culturally relevant narratives to amplify the voices and lived experiences of marginalized communities. Hold editorial leaders accountable for producing culturally competent news coverage that centers on the perspectives and concerns of the community most impacted by the subject matter.
  • Work with editorial leaders to build new products that will enhance the startup’s presence as Ohio’s anchor newsroom.
  • Develop a brand strategy to bring awareness to the organization’s vision and increase its readership.
General management
  • Ensure the organization’s day-to-day operations and programs are professionally and efficiently administered, holding the organization to the highest levels of transparency, accountability and consistency; set benchmarks for program spending and delivery without losing commitment to the communities being served.
  • Develop, manage and provide oversight of the startup’s operating budget; ensure that financial systems, budgets, and planning strategies accurately reflect the financial realities of the organization; achieve ambitious but realistic and attainable financial projections and ensure fiscal stability.
  • Quickly build systems for measuring and evaluating the organization’s and members of the team’s progress and success; track and disseminate information about impact internally and to funders and partners.
  • Build and maintain core administrative functions including HR, Finance, Development and Marketing.
  • Manage compliance for all grants and contracts including public and private funders and regulatory bodies.
  • Ensure the organization’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion commitment and programming spans across all levels of program, staff development and operations.
Fundraising and revenue
  • Develop and implement a long-term funding and sustainability plan for the organization.
  • Manage the organization’s fundraising pipeline, including funding from foundations, major donors, underwriters, and corporate sponsors.
  • Build and oversee a development team, and coordinate with the editorial team as necessary to galvanize funding support.
  • Personally identify, cultivate, and solicit new donors, and maintain active partnerships with all of the organization’s funders.
  • Explore and strategically deploy opportunities for new revenue streams, including sponsorships, events, and membership, to diversify revenue and protect the independence of the newsroom.
  • Implement best practices in growth management including the development of financial models for new initiatives and newsroom expansion plans.
Board relations and development
  • Serve as a contact for the organization with its Board of Directors, and be evaluated by benchmarks created by the board.
  • Engage and update the Board of Directors on matters related to revenue and operations; in partnership with the editorial leadership, consistently update the Board on relevant progress and impact.
  • Partner with the Board to recruit new Board members, including members that reflect the diversity of the populations served.
  • Partner with the editorial leadership and Board of Directors on issues related to strategic planning.
You’re a good fit if…
  • You’re passionate about media, local news, and serving the information needs of Ohio residents.
  • You have at least five years of executive management experience in nonprofits and/or media, including managing expenses and reporting to and working with a strong board.
  • You prioritize and have a track record of building an equitable and inclusive organizational culture.
  • You have a familiarity with the business side of a media organization and are familiar with and committed to journalism ethics and working with editorial teams.
  • You have a proven track record of fundraising for fast-growing organizations or programs.
  • You have a proven track record of diversifying and increasing revenues.
  • You have experience in P&L management and setting and delivering budgets.
  • You have a proven track record of attracting, retaining and evaluating top local talent.
  • You are the kind of leader who brings teams together, fosters a healthy work environment, and motivates people to work toward a common goal.
  • You believe that an independent free press is crucial to a local community’s civic engagement and you are deeply committed to journalism values and ethics.
  • You’re passionate about building an organization from the ground up and influencing its vision for years to come.
  • You would thrive in a startup environment where you are expected to think outside the box; you are comfortable in an early-stage organization that will often require scrappiness and “building the plane as you fly it.”
  • You’re committed to learning and inspiring others around you to do the same.
Compensation and benefits Compensation commensurate with experience. We’re committed to building an inclusive organization that represents the people and communities we serve. We encourage members of traditionally underrepresented communities to apply, including women, people of color, veterans, LGBTQ+ people and people with disabilities. How To Apply Apply here:

Pittsburgh or Philadelphia, PA

Executive Director, New Voices for Reproductive Justice
The Organization About New Voices for Reproductive Justice For nearly two decades, New Voices for Reproductive Justice has built a powerful, growing, and thriving social change movement that has made a measurable and positive difference in the health and well-being of Black women, femmes, girls and gender-expansive folx in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and across the country. The community organizing and policy advocacy work of New Voices and its influence on issues can be felt at the national, state and local levels. In addition, their vision is to expand the Reproductive Justice movement – which is rooted in the fundamental Human Right of all to control their bodies – across the Rust Belt and Mid-Atlantic. Their long-term social impact goal is for Black Women, Femmes, Girls and Folx to live long, healthy and joyful lives. New Voices currently operates across both Pennsylvania and Ohio with offices in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, and Cleveland. For more information on New Voices for Reproductive Justice, please visit New Voices’ website.   The Opportunity New Voices for Reproductive Justice is looking for a culturally aware, inclusive, and innovative candidate with experience in movement-building to lead this dynamic and high-functioning organization as Executive Director. The Executive Director is responsible for bringing leadership, vision, collaboration, and creativity to the ongoing growth and sustainability of the organization while leading New Voices to/through its next chapter. The Executive Director will bring proven non-profit management expertise with 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) experience in leadership development programs, community organizing, policy advocacy, culture change, and Reproductive Justice. The Executive Director must be a hands-on leader, a strategic and analytical thinker, they must align deeply with the core values of New Voices and be a solutions-oriented leader who responds to challenges proactively and effectively, with sound judgment and the highest level of integrity. The Executive Director will work in a fast-paced environment that requires a management style that facilitates intersectional and cross-team collaboration. The Executive Director reports to the Board of Directors and is responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission, organization‐wide development, and financial objectives. Responsibilities Strategic Vision
  • Providing movement-building vision and direction for New Voices for Reproductive Justice’s future growth, working with the Board and Staff to implement and refine the organization’s strategic priorities.
  • Ensuring that a Reproductive Justice lens, including an end to reproductive, race and gender oppression, is applied to organizational operations, including internal processes and infrastructure.
  • Ensuring organizational focus; clear goals, tactics, milestones, and quantitative metrics for success; and the necessary systems to track and share critical programmatic, operational, and financial data and information across the organization.
  • Developing operational efficiencies of systems, structures, processes, and personnel designed to accelerate growth objectives.
Board Engagement
  • Partner with the Board of Directors in the development of long-term strategies consistent with New Voice’s mission, theory of change, and strategic plan.
  • Provide timely and transparent information to the Board of Directors on the operational and financial condition of the organization and any important factors influencing it.
  • Work with the Board Chair and Executive Committee to ensure strong board leadership, partnership, and collaboration, ensuring open lines of communication, high levels of engagement including fundraising, and the advancement of the mission.
  • Support the Board in managing meeting schedules, committee establishment, setting annual board goals – both operational and financial – and conducting an annual board evaluation.
Finance and Administration
  • Be responsible for developing and maintaining sound financial practices, including review of financial statements, management of cash flow, and knowledge of internal control systems with Finance Staff.
  • Work with the Staff and the Board in preparing an annual budget; provide financial oversight to ensure that the organization operates within budgetary guidelines.
  • Jointly, with the Board of Directors and Senior Leadership Team, conduct official correspondence of the organization and execute legal documents.
  • Ensure official records and documents are maintained, and ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations for 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) organizations.
Program Leadership
  • Provide leadership in developing program, organizational, financial, learning and evaluation, and communication plans with the Board, staff, and stakeholders, and carry out plans and policies authorized by the Board.
  • Stay up to date on significant developments and trends in the field of Reproductive Justice.
Fundraising and External Communications
  • Ensure that adequate funds are available from diverse funding sources to support the organization to carry out its work over the intermediate and long-term.
  • Provide strategic direction and work with Development Staff to annually prepare a fund development plan with clear goals, activities, delegation of responsibilities, and timeframes for accomplishing goals.
  • Serve as the spokesperson of the organization and primary liaison for foundations and major donors, maintaining and prospectively cultivating positive relationships with funder-partners, and staying current on developments in the funding landscape that might impact the organization.
  • Ensure the promotion of organizational activities to advance New Voices programs and goals.
  • Ensure the establishment of mutual working relationships, partnerships and alliances with local, statewide and national organizations that support Reproductive Justice, Health Care Access, and Human Rights as well as Racial and Gender Justice.
Organizational and People Management
  • Provide strategic direction and work with the Human Resources Staff to ensure that Staff roles and procedures are clear, including development of job descriptions, work plans, regular performance evaluations, and maintenance of sound human resources practices, such as a staff policies and procedures manual, grievance policy, and crisis management plan.
  • Maintain a workplace culture that attracts, retains, empowers, and motivates a diverse Staff representative of those we serve, deepening and strengthening a culture of health and well-being, justice, and equity within the team and across the entire organization.
  • Ensure alignment between Staff work plans and organization-wide goals and strategies.
Candidate Profile For this pivotal role, New Voices seeks a visionary leader who is deeply and demonstrably committed to the mission of securing the fundamental Human Right to Reproductive Justice focused on Black women, femmes, girls and gender-expansive folx. The Board welcomes a visionary leader who is authentic, confident, and intersectional while unafraid to take calculated risks and make difficult choices. The ideal candidate will offer the following skills, experiences, and characteristics:
  • Five to seven years of leadership-level experience with non-profit administration, which includes team leadership, program management, and/or organizational development demonstrating senior-level responsibility in a closely related grassroots, social justice field.
  • Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach staff, manage, and develop high-performance teams, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget with an equity lens, including a racial justice focus.
  • Demonstrated track record of leading with creativity and innovation.
  • Demonstrated experience leading and building teams to develop and implement tactical plans to fulfill broader mission, vision and social impact goals.
  • Proven track record in fundraising across multiple disciplines and varied income streams, with a commitment to incorporating an organizational culture of philanthropy.
  • Strong emotional intelligence and self-motivation, with the ability to lead with and foster an environment and culture that generates constructive problem-solving, transparent communication, flexibility, and a “can-do” attitude.
  • An independent, confident leader who is comfortable supporting a deeply committed Staff and Board of Directors.
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communications skills, including the ability to work effectively with a broad range of stakeholders by building trust, buy-in, and effective, authentic relationships, including managing conflict and providing consistent constructive feedback in a timely manner.
  • Strong financial literacy and experience managing program budgets and expenditures.
  • Superior oral, written and presentation skills with special attention to detail required.
  • Experience in serving as an organizational liaison for policymakers, influential leaders, press and media, at conferences and public platforms, and other highly visible opportunities.
Compensation & Benefits New Voices for Reproductive Justice offers a competitive salary and benefits package for employees. Consistent with its mission, New Voices reaffirms its moral and legal commitment to Equal Employment Opportunities and shall not discriminate on the basis of ability, age, class, color, creed, culture, education, ethnicity, familial status, gender, gender identity, gender expression, immigration status, language, marital status, military status, national origin, place of birth, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status and veteran’s status in its activities or operations. These activities include, but are not limited to, hiring, promotion and firing of Staff, selection of volunteers and vendors and provision of services. New Voices is committed to providing an affirming and welcoming environment for all. How To Apply Contact Liz Lombard and Angie Sessoms of Koya Partners have been exclusively retained for this search. To express your interest in this role please submit your materials here or to Angie directly at All inquiries and discussions will be considered strictly confidential. About Koya Partners Koya Partners, a part of the Diversified Search Group firm, is dedicated to connecting exceptionally talented people with mission-driven clients. Our founding philosophy—The Right Person in the Right Place Can Change the World—guides our work as we partner with nonprofits & NGOs, institutions of higher education, responsible businesses, and social enterprises in local communities and around the world. At Koya, we don’t just accept difference—we celebrate it, support it, and thrive on it for the benefit of our team, our clients, and the communities we serve. Koya is an equal opportunity employer fully committed to creating an environment and team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, styles, and experiences. We encourage all to apply because we believe a diversity of voices leads to better discussions, decisions, and outcomes for everyone. Koya does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, military status, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. For more information about Koya Partners, visit


Black-Led Movement Fund (BLMF) Program Associate, Borealis Philanthropy
The Organization About Borealis Philanthropy From Black-led movement-building, to queer and trans liberation, to disability justice and inclusion, community organizers are working every day to bring about transformational change. Borealis Philanthropy exists to listen to, invest in, and support them. Our staff of experts come from the communities we serve, and bring their lived experiences, values, and visions to the work of supporting community-driven change through grantee and funder collaboration. As a philanthropic intermediary, Borealis Philanthropy builds bridges between funders and organizers by creating opportunities for impact-driven investments. We team with funders to conceive, develop, and implement grantmaking initiatives that resource the many innovative organizations within each of our respective grantmaking funds. In partnering with philanthropy, we remove barriers to funding for grassroots organizations and invest in intersectional movements building a future that serves all of us. Position Overview About the Fund The Black-Led Movement Fund (BLMF) funds powerful local organizations that anchor progressive, Black-led organizing networks, such as the Movement for Black Lives (M4BL), and the movement infrastructure that amplifies their work. The BLMF exists to ensure that Black-led movement organizations have the resources, visibility, infrastructure and leadership capacity to sustain their day-to-day work of fundraising, organizing, advocacy and collective care work needed to combat anti-Black racism, cis-heteropatriarchy and state violence and achieve transformational and lasting change. Our Values Responsiveness, Racial Equity, Trust, People-Centered, Curiosity, Boldness Job Overview The Program Associate supports programming, administration, grantmaking, and other operational activities for Borealis Philanthropy’s visionary funds. In addition, the Program Associate participates in cultivating relationships, corresponding to and fielding inquiries, conducting research on topics for proposals, and identifying potential donors/grantees, etc. With clearly defined guidance and the direction of a program officer, the Associate solves routine problems and maintains processes and procedures to ensure effective and efficient operation of programs and fund-related projects. Responsibilities  Project Management and Operational Support: The Program Associate provides stellar support to the Fund, including:
  • Providing administrative, logistics, booking accommodations, scheduling, note taking, and planning/ coordination support for program projects, such as meetings, trainings, and webinars
  • Maintaining and supporting the development of tools and resources for program use
  • Maintaining calendar of Fund events and deadlines, and coordinate with organization-wide grantmaking calendar
  • Maintaining and organizing program files, gather analytics, and monitoring program deliverables
Grantmaking Support and Data Management: The Program Associate will be the key point person for ensuring that all data is accurate and that stakeholders, both internal and external, have what they need to support their work. This includes:
  • Tracking and organizing grantee applications and reports in Salesforce database
  • Serving as the liaison with grants management to support the Fund’s grantmaking processes
  • Entering and maintaining contact information for donors, grantees, and collaborative partners in Salesforce database
  • Providing access to the grantee portal for those submitting applications and reports
Communicate and Collaborate: The Program Associate communicates regularly with other Fund staff, other Borealis departments, and with grantees and other external partners, including:
  • Assisting with drafting, reviewing and organizing communications to internal and external audiences
  • Gathering and sharing Fund and grantee-related updates with the Communications department for both short-term projects (grantee spotlights, social media content) and longer-term projects (grant announcements, newsletters, communications planning)
  • Working with the Development department to ensure development plan content is accurate and updated
  • Coordinating with the Finance Department to process contracts, invoices, honorariums, etc.
  • Assisting with researching and tracking updates on emerging trends in philanthropy, advocacy, policy, and other relevant program topics
  • Collaborating with team members and external constituents to support program objectives
  • Monitoring Fund general email inbox and respond to general inquiries from potential grantees
Other Duties: As a member of the Borealis staff, the Program Associate performs certain functions that are not specific to their job, but support the organization as a whole. This includes:
  • Submitting expense reports and timecards by stated deadlines
  • Attending all staff meetings and required trainings and events
  • Participating in organizational development and change processes, including serving on committees or special project teams
  • Support Borealis’ culture and values; align outcomes, practices, and communications within organizational culture
  • Assist with special projects and other duties as assigned
Education & Experience
  • High school diploma required, Associates degree preferred.
  • One-year of experience administering multiple projects/programs; three years of experience preferred
  • Experience using systems and tools such as Salesforce, Zoom, Google Suite, Slack, Asana and Calendly
Competencies (Knowledge, Skills & Personal/ Behavioral Attributes)
  • Ability to organize work, manage time, and build relationships in a virtual environment
  • Ability to communicate clearly and concisely through verbal and written communication
  • Excellent attention to detail and high level of follow-through
  • Commitment to Borealis’ vision and values
  • Ability to organize, manage and analyze data
  • Experience working or volunteering with Black-led, and/or racial justice organizations
  • Experience working within diverse groups or committees towards a shared purpose
  • Event and meeting coordination
  • Strong collaborative spirit
  • Good problem solver that can help a growing team and organization create greater administration efficiencies with our current tools, systems and practices
Work Environment (Conditions and Physical Demands)  This job operates in a professional, virtual, home office or co-working environment, with occasional local and national travel. This role routinely uses standard office equipment, including laptop computer and cell phone. The employee is generally required to spend long periods of time sitting, typing, and working at a computer. May require the ability to occasionally lift and transport items. Accommodations will be made based on ability and accessibility. Commitment to Disability, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Borealis is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. As part of this commitment, we will ensure that persons with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, please contact Borealis is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability, age, or any other category protected by local, state, or federal laws. We are committed to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive staff team. We strongly encourage applicants who are people of color, LGBTQ, women, trans and gender non-conforming people, people with disabilities; and/or formerly incarcerated people. How To Apply

Reno, NV

President & CEO, Community Foundation of Northern Nevada
The Organization Established in 1998, the Community Foundation of Northern Nevada (CFNN) has distributed more than $145 million in grants and scholarships from 247 charitable funds to strengthen the Northern Nevada community. The Foundation assets consist of invested donor-advised funds, scholarship funds, designated and legacy funds, and the Community Endowment. Launched in 2019, the Community Endowment is a permanent charitable resource for Nevada. Gifts of all sizes are pooled and invested to address widespread community challenges and emergency relief for generations to come. The Community Foundation serves as a community leader, permanent charitable resource, and a philanthropic advisor in charitable giving. The core work done in partnership with donors and the communities of Northern Nevada is philanthropic advising, grantmaking, charitable asset investment management, leadership, and community engagement. Moving forward, the Board believes that the Foundation’s size, strength, and community position present it with an opportunity for future growth and increased community impact. The new President & CEO will have the opportunity to develop and execute a bold strategic plan, under the direction of a dedicated and engaged Board of Directors and a staff that is committed to making a difference in the community. The Foundation is focused on the goal of building assets to $500 million in the next five years. Position Overview Experienced Philanthropic & Executive Leader We seek a proven and visionary executive-level leader who demonstrates a strong ability to work collaboratively at all levels in the community, but especially including nonprofit, government and private sector leadership. As a transformational leader, this individual must be at ease leading in an effective, respectful manner that builds partnerships and goodwill to drive success across the community and in the achievement of the Community Foundation’s goals. The ability to communicate exceptionally well in oral and written form is necessary for success in this position. As the key spokesperson for the Foundation, this person must be able to speak extemporaneously and appropriately on any number of subjects in a clear and transparent fashion in order to build trust and support. Visionary Thinker & Thought Leader The President & CEO must be a strategic and visionary leader who embraces progress and is open to examining different views and ways of working together. This individual must understand the potential of the Foundation to leverage its financial, social, and reputational capital to positively impact the community. Expertise in public policy matters and experience in leveraging foundation resources to advance equity is essential. Inspiring Ambassador & Fundraiser The qualified candidate must demonstrate success in reaching out to the community, participating with people of diverse socioeconomic backgrounds and building rapport with those who have varying viewpoints and perceptions. High integrity and sound judgment are essential to success in this role. The successful candidate will likely be a self-starter who pursues, cultivates, and enjoys building and maintaining strong and authentic donor and stakeholder relationships. This person must be able to engender trust and empathy and relate to donors in a highly professional, honest, and caring manner. Their career has been noted by the ability to chart a path forward with exceptional interpersonal skills and a servant-leadership style. While a familiarity of the region and of Reno is a plus, it is not a requirement. However, the ability to quickly understand the resources of the region and assimilate into the culture is a necessity. Team Builder & Mentor Career experience in a top leadership position in a community foundation is highly desirable. However, an understanding of the community foundation’s organizational and financial model is expected. Leading, growing, and empowering the staff and a dedicated, committed Board are needed skills, as well. Charisma, empathy, the ability to be a good listener and a quick learner are important personal attributes. A sense of humor and humility are also valued. The ideal candidate will show a high level of participation in the life of the community in which they work by virtue of civic involvement, public service, volunteerism, and club or social activities. A bachelor’s degree is required. Advanced and continuing education/certification, such as a CFRE, is preferred. How To Apply To apply, please submit a current resume and letter of introduction to Kittleman & Associates, LLC at (click on the Apply button at the bottom of the page). For more information about the Community Foundation of Northern Nevada, please visit

Riverside, CA

Vice Chancellor for University Advancement, University of California, Riverside
The Organization Position Overview University of California, Riverside Vice Chancellor for University Advancement The University of California, Riverside seeks an experienced, inspiring and relationship-oriented advancement leader to join its executive team as its next vice chancellor for university advancement. As one of the fastest-rising ranked universities in the country, the University of California, Riverside (UCR) is currently in the midst of an ongoing expansion of the student body, faculty ranks, and research enterprise. UCR is an economic powerhouse, contributing $2.7 billion to the U.S. economy and ranking among the top public institutions in the country contributing to the public good. UCR is comprised of seven colleges and schools: the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences; the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences; the Bourns College of Engineering; the School of Business; the School of Education; the School of Medicine; and the School of Public Policy. In the fall of 2020, UCR had an enrollment of more than 26,000 students and 1,100 faculty, including two Nobel Prize winners and 13 members of the National Academies of Science and Medicine. UCR offers bachelor degree programs in over 100 majors, 55 Master’s degree programs, and 42 Ph.D. Programs. UC Riverside ranked as a Top 10 public university in the U.S. — and America’s most transformative public university — by Money Magazine in 2020. Additionally, UCR ranked #1 in U.S. News & World’s ranking of social mobility and #1 in Washington Monthly’s Pell Grant performance. Reporting directly to the chancellor as a key member of his leadership team, the incoming vice chancellor will serve as the institution’s chief advancement officer and ensure advancement priorities support the institution’s future ambitions. The vice chancellor will manage a budget of approximately $20 million and provide inspiring leadership to a team of over 130 professionals across the functional areas of Alumni Engagement, Development, University Communications, Advancement Finance & Administration, the UCR Alumni Association, and the UC Riverside Foundation, ensuring the organization and its teams are operating under well-established best practices. The vice chancellor will serve as the principal fundraiser for the campus and work with key partners across the university to develop integrated and cohesive major and principal gift strategies for university-wide priorities. As part of this process, the next vice chancellor should leverage the success of UC Riverside’s first-ever comprehensive campaign, Living the Promise: The Campaign for UC Riverside, which concluded on Dec. 31, 2020 with over $300 million raised, surpassing its goal. Moreover, UCR’s endowment reached nearly $400 million following the conclusion of the campaign. While the details of a future campaign have not yet been established, the incoming vice chancellor should be prepared to lay the groundwork for a campaign with even larger ambitions and further develop UCR’s culture of philanthropy. The vice chancellor will work with department heads to ensure fundraising and advancement-related projects, activities and initiatives are continually innovating and advancing the institution toward desired goals and objectives. Moreover, the vice chancellor should ensure its marketing and communications activities are in alignment with institutional goals and objectives. The vice chancellor should be a close advisor and partner with the university’s chancellor and provost and executive vice chancellor, and develop strategies and tactics to further advance the cultivation and solicitation of the university’s most generous alumni, donors, volunteers, and friends of the institution. The incoming vice chancellor will be a proven advancement professional who engages in innovative and strategic thinking and long-range planning with university leaders and other campus constituents in the pursuit of transformational funding for the greatest philanthropic needs of the institution. UC Riverside seeks a forward thinking and self-confident leader who will lead with integrity and whose values align with the values of the university. The successful candidate will have exceptional communication skills, extensive fundraising and administrative experience, and broad perspectives on the business of advancement management. The next vice chancellor should be a skilled negotiator, politically savvy, customer-service oriented, and work to develop relationships with various internal and external constituents, both locally and nationally. The vice chancellor should have an exceptional ability to motivate, inspire, and manage a diverse group of professionals across all functional areas of the division. This is an exceptional opportunity for an ambitious leader to make a big impact on the future of the institution. For fullest consideration, application materials should be received by January 10, 2021. All applications, nominations and inquiries are invited. Applications should include, as separate documents, a CV or resume, a letter of interest addressing the themes in the profile (available at and a statement of contributions to diversity (more information can be found below): In a “Statement of Contributions to Diversity,” we ask applicants to describe their past and/or potential future contributions to promoting a diverse, equitable, and inclusive environment, which is a key requirement of the role of every faculty and staff member at UCR. There are numerous ways to contribute, and a commitment to this part of our mission can be reflected through research, teaching, supervision, mentoring, community engagement, service, and any of the other varied activities that are a part of an academic or administrative career. WittKieffer is assisting UC Riverside in this search. Application materials should be submitted using WittKieffer’s candidate portal. Nominations and inquiries can be directed to: Zachary A. Smith, Ph.D., Alejandra Gillette-Teran, and Jevon Walton The University of California is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer with a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence and diversity among its faculty and staff. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. As a condition of employment, you will be required to comply with the University of California SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) Vaccination Program Policy. All Covered Individuals under the policy must provide proof of Full Vaccination or, if applicable, submit a request for Exception (based on Medical Exemption, Disability, and/or Religious Objection) or Deferral (based on pregnancy) no later than the applicable deadline. For new University of California employees, the applicable deadline is eight weeks after their first date of employment. How To Apply

San Francisco

Marketing & Communications Associate, Creative Services, San Francisco Foundation
The Organization Founded in 1948, the San Francisco Foundation (Foundation or SFF) is one of the nation’s largest community foundations — a grantmaking public charity dedicated to improving life within a specific local region. Our mission is to mobilize resources and act as a catalyst for change to build strong communities, foster civic leadership, and promote philanthropy in the San Francisco Bay Area. We are looking for a Marketing and Communications Associate! First reviews of applications begin November 15, 2021. Position Summary The Marketing and Communications Associate has the opportunity to enhance the Foundation’s brand and messaging through creative services and multimedia storytelling. With a focus on graphic design, video, and visual production, the associate will help us connect our work advancing racial equity and economic inclusion in the Bay Area to our donors, grantees, partners, and other community members. This role will work closely with all members of the Marketing and Communications team to develop visuals and branding that bring the Foundation and its work to life. Additionally, this role will:
  • Manage and develop Foundation multimedia and video assets as an integrated component of the Foundation’s marketing and communications strategy,
  • Assist with writing editing, scheduling, and distribution of communications including stories, newsletters, and announcements,
  • Produce short videos about the Foundation’s Equity Agenda for our social media channels,
  • Identify and produce a consistent stream of visual imagery from grantees, stock, and news photography, as well as partnerships with artists, photographers, etc.
The successful contributor will:
  • Own end-to-end production of multimedia projects
  • Support strategic initiatives led by other members of the Marketing and Communications team
  • Participate in team strategic planning and contribute to the Foundation’s Content Calendar
  • Launch the next evolution of our visual identity
  • Develop and implement creative services processes
  • Develop and implement processes for multimedia materials creation
Position Overview General Distribution of Assignments Item # % of Time  General Assignment of duties and responsibilities 1. 25% Graphic Design and Creative Services
  • Conceive and design marketing collateral aligned with SFF’s brand.
  • Manage outside consultants and vendors to increase team’s capacity to produce creative assets.
  • Ensure that design efforts consistently adhere to high standards of excellence.
  • Work with Digital Communications Officer to develop graphics and visually engaging content for SFF website, social media, and email marketing.
  • Project manage and support creative services timelines to ensure all creative projects are completed on time and on brand.
  • Manage asset libraries for images, videos, design working files, etc.
2.  25% Multimedia production
  • Produce short videos about SFF’s Equity Agenda for our social media channels with limited resources and a focus on getting stories out rather than on high production values. (You’ll most often be shooting and editing video on your phone.)
  • Identify and produce a consistent stream of visual imagery from grantees, stock, and news photography, as well as partnerships with artists, photographers, etc.
  • Manage and develop SFF’s multimedia and video assets as an integrated component of the Foundation’s marketing and communications strategy. 
3. 25% Strategic Communications Campaigns
  • Assist with writing, editing, scheduling, and distributing communications, including stories, newsletters, and announcements.
  • Implement multi-platform campaigns and other marketing and strategic communications activities – including writing campaign content – in collaboration with other members of the Marketing and Communications team.
  • Provide support for the department’s core strategies, which include narrative shift, increasing internal communications capacity, and the organization’s upcoming 75th anniversary.
4. 10% SFF Visual Identity and Brand
  • Responsible for executing and evolving the visual identity of the foundation – in coordination with Marketing and Communications team leadership – to increasingly reflect the foundation’s equity agenda, values, mission, and vision.
  • Provide guidance to staff, consultants, and vendors on the proper and appropriate use of SFF’s visual identity.
  • Support the development and promotion of SFF’s overall brand through creative visuals and content.
5. 10% Administrative and Leadership
  • Represent SFF at engagement opportunities, including events, conferences, and briefings.
  • Support internal communications.
  • Participate in team strategic planning and contribute to SFF content calendar.
  • Provide training to SFF staff on design best practices, SFF visual identity, and other communications topics to be determined.
6. 5% Perform other duties as required or assigned by supervisor. Total 100% Competencies and Qualifications:
  • Candidate should possess 2-5 years’ experience in a transferable position or industry experience such as graphic design, creative services, multimedia production, or strategic communications (paid or unpaid)
  • Advanced skills in Adobe design programs (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop in particular) or experience with other graphic design programs and active interest to learn Adobe suite.
  • Experience with video and photo editing software preferred.
  • Comfortable in digital environments, social media platforms, email marketing programs, and learning new apps and programs.
  • Strong writing skills, including creating first drafts, giving and receiving edits, and following a style guide.
  • Strong interpersonal skills. Ability to work under pressure, adapt easily to changing situations and priorities, and meet multiple deadlines and goals.
  • Demonstrated personal integrity and commitment to equity and inclusion.
  • Self-starter with a commitment to outstanding customer service. Exceptional attention to detail and follow-through and an ability to effectively juggle multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
Educational or Certification(s):  Bachelor’s degree in related fields such as communications, marketing, journalism, public relations, or design. Relevant work experience will be considered in lieu of education.  Preferable Experience: Knowledge of and passion for working with diverse Bay Area communities strongly desired. Demonstrated experience in non-profit related communications a plus. Compensation: Commensurate with background and experience in addition to a very competitive benefits package.  Remote Work Policy: The Foundation is adopting a long-term hybrid in-person and remote work policy. Dedicated to its employee health and safety, The Foundation will continue to make decisions in accordance with San Francisco county and California mandates. The Foundation does not hire out of state regular full and part time staff.   Requesting Accommodations: The Foundation is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. As part of this commitment, The Foundation will ensure that persons with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, to perform essential job functions, and/or to receive other benefits and privileges of employment, please contact Jennifer Benford Seibert Human Resources Manager, 510-990-5221 or email   The San Francisco Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and encourages people of diverse backgrounds to apply.    How To Apply

Seattle, WA

Associate Program Officer, Perigee Fund
The Organization Perigee Fund is a philanthropic organization established in 2018 to focus on the early relationships between babies and caregivers, which are the foundation of healthy early development and later life outcomes. Pregnancy and an infant’s first few years of life is a time of immense change, and all families experience new sources of stress during this time. Respect and resources are most essential for Black, Indigenous, and families of color who bear the additional weight of generational trauma, racism, and poverty. When supports and relationships wrap around families, they can more easily tap into the power of joy, strength, healing, and connection. Perigee Fund centers efforts on prenatal-to-age-three families affected by trauma and toxic stress, which are magnified by racial, economic, and gender injustice. With grantmaking and programmatic investments of $25M per year, Perigee Fund focuses on Washington State and national efforts. Position Overview Perigee Fund is in search of an Associate Program Officer who will support projects across the team’s work, focused on promoting social and emotional development, healthy parent-child relationships, and parent wellbeing. The role will work across disciplines such as early childhood public policy, home visiting, healthcare, public health, early learning, and community mental health. The APO will bring experience in practical research, an entrepreneurial drive, and a commitment to listening, learning, and problem-solving alongside partners. They will be a thoughtful and committed analyst, skilled at project management. The APO will be a credible and effective representative for Perigee, interested in engaging diverse stakeholders, moving fluidly between community, policy, academic, clinical, and philanthropic settings. QUALIFICATIONS OF THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate brings deep commitment to Perigee’s mission and a strong background in project management. They will be detailed-oriented, willing to learn, and bring a collaborative style to the Perigee team. Key qualifications include:
  • Minimum five years of experience, ideally with some experience in a nonprofit or philanthropic setting.
  • Knowledge about and/or interest in early childhood systems, community health systems, and the impact of adverse childhood experience and historical trauma are desired.
  • An understanding of the forces that create systemic inequities and systemic racism.
  • A degree in health, policy, social work, or a relevant field is preferred. Other types of professional experience and lived experience are also highly valued.
  • Demonstrated success in project management and coordination in a complex environment.
  • Strong organizational skills and exceptional attention to detail. Ability to multitask and meet deadlines and demonstrated resourcefulness in setting priorities. Capacity to work both independently without close oversight and as a team player who will productively engage with and support others.
  • Orientation toward stakeholder engagement and empowerment and a drive to balance and redistribute power through philanthropy.
  • Strong relationship building and interpersonal skills.
  • The ability to give and receive constructive feedback, and a desire to learn and grow.
  • Excellent writing, editing, and analytical skills. Ability to collect, review, synthesize, disseminate, and present information and findings to broad and diverse audiences.
  • An optimistic outlook and the humor, integrity, and patience necessary to work within an environment where change is expected, and all team members are asked to help define Perigee Fund’s values, culture, strategy, and operations.
The Associate Program Officer will report directly to the Director of Programs. The salary range for this position has been set at $75,000 – $90,000 and includes a comprehensive benefits package. The position is based in Seattle, Washington. How To Apply More information about Perigee Fund may be found at: This search is being led by Cara Pearsall, Christine Domingo, and Catherine Seneviratne of NPAG. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Candidates may submit their cover letter, outlining their interest and qualifications, along with their resume via NPAG’s website. Perigee Fund is an equal opportunity employer and proudly values diversity. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Seattle, WA

Program Officer, Policy & Advocacy, Perigee Fund
The Organization Perigee Fund is a philanthropic organization established in 2018 to focus on the early relationships between babies and caregivers, which are the foundation of healthy early development and later life outcomes. Pregnancy and an infant’s first few years of life is a time of immense change, and all families experience new sources of stress during this time. Respect and resources are most essential for Black, Indigenous, and families of color who bear the additional weight of generational trauma, racism, and poverty. When supports and relationships wrap around families, they can more easily tap into the power of joy, strength, healing, and connection. Perigee Fund centers efforts on prenatal-to-age-three families affected by trauma and toxic stress, which are magnified by racial, economic, and gender injustice. With grantmaking and programmatic investments of $25M per year, Perigee Fund focuses on Washington State and national efforts. Position Overview Perigee Fund is in search of a Program Officer with deep experience in advocacy and policy who is both a leader and a collaborator and able to work at the intersection of mental health, early childhood, and family economic security. This role cultivates and maintains a distinct portfolio of advocacy and policy grants. The role also engages colleagues inside the organization and across the fields in which the organization works, supporting others to pursue advocacy and policy change as vehicles for advancing Perigee Fund’s prenatal-to-age-three priorities. Advocacy capacity building, power building and power sharing, and equity, diversity, and inclusion are core to the work. To date, Perigee Fund has chosen to resource partner organizations powered by families, those with lived experience, and those with subject matter/practice expertise to be the visible and vocal advocates. As a philanthropic organization, Perigee has chosen to resource advocates in the field rather than build capacity to be a visible and vocal advocate ourselves. The Program Officer will focus on advocacy and policy and has the latitude to further shape Perigee’s vision, priorities, and the role it plays as an organization. QUALIFICATIONS OF THE IDEAL CANDIDATE The ideal candidate brings deep commitment to Perigee’s mission and a strong background in policy advocacy work. They will bring a high level of integrity, thoughtfulness, a commitment to creating equitable and just partnerships and processes, and a collaborative style to the Perigee team. Key qualifications include:
  • Minimum five years of experience working directly in policy advocacy and/or policy making. Preference for significant relevant work experience (8+ years) with strong networks and contacts.
  • Sophisticated technical, strategic, and relationship understandings about how policy gets made in the real world across legislation, appropriations, and administrative/regulatory action.
  • Background in early childhood, maternal and child health, and/or mental health advocacy and policy optional, but highly desired.
  • An understanding of the forces that create systemic inequities and systemic racism.
  • Thorough knowledge and grasp of systems change and the ability to identify and orchestrate the levers of change. Sound judgment and the ability to make complex, multidimensional decisions based on both facts and experience.
  • Track record advancing less visible issues through policy using both direct and leveraged approaches, and exceptional ability to navigate big and little “p” politics.
  • Skilled at power building and power sharing with Black, Indigenous, and People of Color advocacy and policy leaders, community organizations, grassroots advocates, and people with lived experience (e.g., parents/caregivers with young children, birthing people who have experienced perinatal mental health issues, users of safety net services).
  • Highly respected, trusted, and valued in both grasstops and grassroots circles.
  • Skilled in equitable policy analysis.
  • Experience with both federal and state policy a plus.
  • Experience in or familiarity with philanthropy’s role in supporting advocacy and policy a plus.
  • Entrepreneurial and innovative approach that enjoys contributing to a small, talented team with a mighty mission.
The salary range for this position has been set at $130,000 – $150,000 and includes a comprehensive benefits package. The position is based in Seattle, Washington and the expectation is that the Program Officer will be fully based with the team in Seattle. Travel throughout Washington State and the U.S. will be required as the Program Officer builds relationships and engages with partners, particularly to support field building and advocacy efforts. How To Apply More information about Perigee Fund may be found at: This search is being led by Cara Pearsall, Christine Domingo, and Catherine Seneviratne of NPAG. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Candidates may submit their cover letter, outlining their interest and qualifications, along with their resume via NPAG’s website. Perigee Fund is an equal opportunity employer and proudly values diversity. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

Southeastern USA

Deputy Director for Development and Communications, SAAFON
The Organization Southeastern African American Farmers Organic Network (SAAFON) is based in Durham, NC and fiscally sponsored by Inquiring Systems Inc., a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Since 2006, SAAFON has been working to strengthen Black farmers’ collective power to build an alternative food system rooted in progressive values. We are a network of Black farmers in the Southeastern United States who are committed to culturally relevant, ancestrally guided, and ecologically sustainable agricultural-based living. For more information on the organization, please visit Position Overview Overview and Description: SAAFON is a network of small-scale Black sustainable farmers in the Southeastern US. The Deputy Director for Development and Communications will have the opportunity to play a significant role in shaping SAAFON’s next chapter by creating a development-focused community relations and communications strategy alongside key fundraising goals. The Deputy Director for Development and Communications (DDC) will work on strategic planning in concert with the rest of SAAFON’s leadership team, ensuring an integrated and synchronized approach to the mission and legacy of SAAFON that ensures the success of immediate, short-term and long-term goals with a focus on Development, Fundraising, and Communications. Projects and plans will be developed and implemented in alignment with SAAFON’s continued goals of support for our Farmer-Members, and growing and strengthening our support base through strong development and communications strategies. This position requires a leader who has a passion for development, fundraising, and supporting Black liberation and sustainable and ecological movements in a Southern, predominately rural context; who is an organized and strategic thinker with excellent writing and communication skills; and who has the ability to juggle a variety of responsibilities. The successful candidate will be able to prioritize projects, work under pressure, and responsibly exercise individual initiative. Note: This is a new role within SAAFON and provides the opportunity to create and design development and communication strategies from the ground up, taking SAAFON to the next level in alignment with our values, geographical context, culture, and history. Responsibilities:  Development (60-65%) – Development planning, prospect cultivation, grant writing, funder relationships, grant reporting
  • Working alongside SAAFON’s leadership team, continuously track and identify SAAFON’s funding needs and prepare medium- and long-term development plans to meet these needs
  • Anchoring grant writing / grant follow up and evaluation, in collaboration with the ED and the Director of Strategic and Programmatic Development (DSP)
  • With the overall team, prepare SOPs and templates for SAAFON’s development work
  • Create and execute strategic and comprehensive development and communication plans to engage, retain and grow individual donors and create a diverse funding portfolio
  • Prospect identification, cultivation and solicitations for development and fundraising:
    • Create and execute plans for Institutional Giving, Planned Giving, Fundraising, Foundation, Individual, Government, and Corporate funders and prospects for current and potential revenue
  • Directly solicit major gifts, and partner with senior staff on donor engagement opportunities
  • Maintaining & monitoring relationships with SAAFON’s funders and potential funders; and engaging in regular communication with funders through individual meetings, conferences, and other events
  • Track portfolio activity, communication and progress and create reports to reflect portfolio activity and performance
  • Anchor conversation, creativity, thought leadership and implementation of approaches to SAAFON’s financial health, stability, and resilience
  • Work with our CRM to help manage and track donors and donations
Communications (15-25%) – Communications and Story-telling are strategic and cultural priorities for SAAFON and are closely tied to SAAFON’s overall development. This work will partner with and oversee the work of the Storytelling and Communications Coordinator (SCC, position to be filled).
  • Coordinate media interest in the Organization, oversee contact with high profile target media, and coordinate responses to media requests
  • Act as the Organization’s primary point of contact with high profile media
  • Represent SAAFON in appropriate external spaces (e.g., with movement partners and collaborators; at conferences; in external committees, etc.)–noting that SAAFON’s external representation is shared amongst the entire staff depending on the specific opportunity, staff capacity, and relevant expertise and experience
  • Work with ED, SCC & Director of Operations (DOPS) on editorial direction, design, production, and distribution of print and electronic materials
  • Oversee the SCC’s execution of day-to-day tasks relating to communications strategies; for example, responding to media inquiries
  • Oversee design & refresh of SAAFON’s website (e.g. Helping the SAAFON team vision and identify core needs; and coordinating and supervising external contractors conducting the design and refresh proper)
  • Partner with the SCC to identify, maintain and develop SAAFON’s narrative strategies, values, and work
  • Work with the entire team and Board to develop and maintain appropriate narrative coherence in how SAAFON presents itself and its values internally and externally
  • Prepare and keep updated SOPs and templates for SAAFON’s communications work
  • With the SCC, design and direct their implementation of Social Media strategy
Strategic Planning and Executive Function (15-20%) – Directs the efforts of Development and Communications at the strategic and tactical levels, supporting the organizational leadership team in planning and steering SAAFON’s overall course and management
  • Alongside other members of SAAFON’s leadership, maintain a systems-view of SAAFON’s direction, culture, and management: offering vision, guidance, and leadership, with humility and support of a “leader-full” movement culture
  • In the absence of the Executive Director, the DDC works with the senior leadership team to serve as the organization’s executive lead, and serves as the secondary liaison to the Board
  • Helping SAAFON maintain internal and external accountability: to each other within the staff, to farmer-members, and to the Board
  • Anchor the development and maintenance of an overall vision, plan, and calendar for SAAFON’s development and funding
  • Anchor the development and maintenance of an overall vision, plan, and calendar for SAAFON’s external communications
  • Ensure that communications and development planning are conducted in alignment with SAAFON’s goals and values
  • Monitor SAAFON’s position in the overall funding and narrative “ecosystem” around Black agrarianism, agroecology, and sustainable farming
Required Qualifications:
  • Possession of a bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited college or university; or substantial related work experience and education equivalent to a bachelor’s degree
  • Minimum of three years of experience in a fundraising position, with strong preference for:
    • Experience at the level of manager
    • Proficiency with sponsorship solicitation
    • Proven track record of successful fundraising and development for a mid-sized organization
    • Experience with membership-based/grassroots fundraising
    • Experience fundraising with, for, and from BIPOC-led institutions
    • Experience with both individual and institutional fundraising
    • Familiarity of all aspects of donor life cycle with 5-figure-plus gifts from individuals
  • Knowledge of communications and marketing techniques, with preference for work experience in the areas of development, communications, or nonprofit marketing
  • Knowledge of, and relationships with, high-end fundraising community
    • Knowledge of both national and local (Southern) funders preferred
  • Superior attention to detail
  • Ability to recognize good design
    • Ability to additionally *create* good design, including advanced photography and image editing skills, is a strong plus
  • Experience using Salesforce and/or other similar CRMs
  • Highly proficient with Microsoft Office programs, e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project, Publisher
  • Expertise in using social media (including Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter) as fundraising tools
  • Track record of successfully growing a fundraising pipeline
  • Interest in mentoring other staff and volunteers in fundraising, and ability to help create a culture of philanthropy throughout an organization
  • High ability to think and re-plan on the fly
  • Excellent critical thinking/problem solving skills
  • Emotional intelligence and deep listening skills
  • Proof of right to work in the US
Desirable But Not Required:
  • Proven success in developing and implementing appeals through both traditional and emerging methodologies strongly preferred
  • Experience with MailChimp and Constant Contact or equivalent email management systems
  • Experience working with Wordpress or similar website content management systems
  • Personal solicitation experience
  • Familiarity/experience with sustainable/organic/afro/agroecological movements
  • Deep experience working in the US South/Southern Black context
  • Experience in group facilitation and coordination
  • Demonstrated ability to plan and execute small donor cultivation events
How To Apply To apply, please send cover letter and resume to, with the subject heading “Deputy Director for Development and Communications”.

Troy, MI

Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A) Analyst, The Kresge Foundation
The Organization About the Foundation The Kresge Foundation is one of the top 20 private philanthropic foundations in the United States and the only one focused exclusively on expanding opportunities for people with low income in American Cities. With a $4.2 billion endowment and a staff of over 100 employees, the foundation deploys grants and social investments across arts and culture, education, environment, health, human services and community development. The foundation’s state-of-the-art headquarters maintains an array of energy-efficient, water-conserving and health-promoting systems. The foundation also operates an office in Detroit’s Midtown district.  About the position The FP&A analyst provides financial planning support to the Facilities and FP&A Director. The position is responsible for supporting a full spectrum of financial analysis and metrics. The FP&A analyst will have interactions with all teams of the Foundation, cultivating positive working relationships and open communication. The position requires the ability to work through multi-part, and often complex financial analysis and the ability to create data visualizations to clearly and concisely report out information to staff, management and the Board. The FP&A analyst is required to maintain confidentiality and practice discretion. Position Overview Primary responsibilities  1.     Assists with the annual financial planning and budget process, including forecasting and related analytics 2.     Prepares financial presentations and supporting documentation for Board, Executive Team and others as required. 3.     Supports monthly, quarterly and annual financial reporting process. 4.     Assists the Facilities and FP&A Director in preparation for regular meetings with departments and departmental leads to review the status of their program, social investments, operational and capital budgets. 5.     Is the primary contact for the budgetary planning and reporting system including managing the contract, user interface, training, refreshing user guide and rolling out updates. 6.     Works cross-functionally with the Investments and Program teams to proactively monitor the Foundation’s authorized spending plan and compliance with annual payout requirements, 7.     Summarizes and presents a large amount of data to management in a clear and concise manner. 8.     Analyzes current and past trends in key performance indicators. 9.     Supports process improvement efforts including automation of manual processes, updating existing financial models and enhancing the reporting of financial and operational data. 10.  Performs ad hoc financial analysis, special projects and other duties as assigned. 11.  Strong commitment to the foundation’s vision and values with the ability to demonstrate that commitment in daily interactions. Qualifications ·       Bachelor’s degree in finance or related field. ·       Three years of experience in Finance or a related field. ·       Knowledge of, passion for, and commitment to the Foundation’s Mission. ·       Strong interest in financial planning and analysis. ·       Acumen in translating financial analyses into meaningful, actionable end products for managers. ·       Strong interpersonal and communication skills necessary to interact as a team member and with Foundation colleagues. ·       Proficient in Microsoft Office applications, including excellent Excel spreadsheet, modeling and charting capability. ·       Hands-on experience with data query and reporting, support of financial applications and experience with system implementation strongly preferred. ·       Ability to work independently, handling and prioritizing multiple time-sensitive projects; possess a firm commitment to meeting deadlines. ·       Strong detail orientation. ·       The proven ability to maintain confidentiality and practice discretion. How To Apply The application deadline for this position is 11:59pm EST on January 3, 2022 Kresge is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from people of color, persons with disabilities, women, and LGBTQ+ applicants. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability or other applicable legally protected characteristics.

Vancouver, WA

President, Community Foundation for Southwest Washington
The Organization The 360 Group, in partnership with MS&S Search, is pleased to announce our latest search: President for the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington! As the regional force for charitable good, The Community Foundation for Southwest Washington (CFSWW) has granted over $220 million since its inception. In its effort to serve donors and invest in the communities of Clark, Cowlitz, and Skamania counties since 1984, the Foundation has attracted assets under management that now total over $345 million. Marked growth over the past decade has enabled CFSWW to address growing needs and disparities through increased donor and community engagement. It follows that its generous donors, experienced staff, and valued nonprofit partners have evolved and further honed their practices to thoughtfully assist the entire region. CFSWW is poised to seek a new President who will enthusiastically steward and build on CFSWW’s successes. Position Overview The Community Foundation for Southwest Washington seeks an accomplished leader who will provide dynamic, forward-thinking leadership to promote CFSWW’s goals, implement the Board-identified policy directives, cultivate charitable giving, continue to empower staff, and steward the role of CFSWW as an inclusive convener throughout the region. They will serve as the key spokesperson and face of CFSWW to its grantees, donors, civic, community and state leaders while they will support Board and staff to be visible in philanthropic activities throughout Southwest Washington. The new President will have a broad-based mix of experiences to promote philanthropy, attracting new donors and giving to increase the size and impact of CFSWW, developing and deepening durable coalitions, and continuing to advance CFSWW’s role in community leadership and advocacy. They will further position the  organization to listen to and lift the voices of the broadest cross-section of region’s residents, unifying and engaging all in developing sustainable solutions for their communities. How To Apply All applications are held in strict confidence. See position description.  Please submit your credentials and a letter of interest via email to the attention of Melissa Ulum, Managing Partner. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, though earlier applicants may receive priority consideration. To be considered, MS&S Search encourages all interested candidates to submit their applications promptly to: Melissa Ulum, Managing Partner MS&S Search Portland, OR 503.730.7615

Washington DC

Manager of Philanthropic Engagement, The National Women's Law Center
The Organization The National Women’s Law Center fights for gender justice — in the courts, in public policy, and in our society — working across the issues that are central to the lives of women and girls. We use the law in all its forms to change culture and drive solutions to the gender inequity that shapes our society and to break down the barriers that harm all of us — especially those who face multiple forms of discrimination, including women of color, LGBTQ people, and low-income women and families. For almost 50 years, we have been on the leading edge of every major legal and policy victory for women, and we need you with us to continue this fight. Find out more at Position Overview The National Women’s Law Center seeks a talented and experienced Manager of Philanthropic Engagement to coordinate and build the Center’s annual giving program.  The Manager will focus on the annual fund and individual donors as a key member of a team that is expanding networks of and deepening relationships with individual, corporate, law firm, and foundation donors. Responsibilities
  • Managing and implementing the Law Center’s comprehensive annual appeals program, including developing strategies to garner new donors and increase sustaining gifts, retention rates, and average gift amounts.
  • Preparing various donor correspondences and donor materials with a high degree of customization—including coordinating with relevant vendors as necessary.
  • Directly managing a portfolio of individual donors at the $1,000+ level, including existing and prospective donors, securing renewals, and increasing their support over time.
  • Working closely with the Director of Philanthropic Engagement and members of the development team on a variety of fundraising and cultivation initiatives, including the annual gala and donor stakeholder calls and events.
  • Collaborating with the Institutional Giving Team to identify external workplace corporate giving opportunities for their employees.
  • Researching prospective individual donors.
  • Engaging in other fundraising initiatives as assigned.
Qualifications The ideal candidate must possess:
  • At least two years of relevant years of experience in fundraising including experience in individual donor engagement, annual fund and pipeline management, donor data analytics, and related writing experience.
  • Excellent verbal and written communications skills, including the ability to compose compelling language about the Center’s work.
  • Demonstrated ability to influence and engage diverse audiences and to build long-term relationships, including experience leveraging executive-level staff to achieve fundraising success.
  • Outstanding time management and organizational skills, with careful attention to detail.
  • Demonstrated ability to manage multi-faceted projects, meet deadlines, be a self-starter, and perform well independently with grace under pressure in a fast-paced, multi-tasking environment.
  • Sound judgment and ability to exercise discretion when dealing with confidential information regarding the Center’s business and sensitive donor information; high degree of self-motivation, personal discipline, and integrity.
  • Working knowledge of Raiser’s Edge (or similar database) and prospect research tools.
  • Ability and willingness to work a flexible schedule when required to meet deadlines or other priorities.
  • Demonstrated commitment to and experience working on gender and racial equity and centering communities of color in their approach to work.
Additional preferred skills and knowledge:
  • Bachelor’s degree;
  • Experience with gender justice issues on which the Law Center works (reproductive rights and health, income security, child care, education, and workplace justice), or other issues related to gender justice, racial justice, and/or LGBTQ+ justice, including reproductive rights, freedom, and justice.
  • Experience fundraising for c3 with a sister c4.
Key Relations The Manager of Philanthropic Engagement will report directly to the Director of Philanthropic Engagement. The Manager will collaborate with the Vice President for Development and key program staff, as well as the President and CEO, COO and Chief of Staff, and colleagues in Development, Finance, and Communications.  The Manager will oversee relevant projects delegated to the Philanthropic Engagement Associate and Development Interns. Compensation A minimum salary of $73,913 will be provided to the successful candidate having at least 2 years of experience directly relevant to this role, consistent with the National Women’s Law Center’s compensation framework. The Center offers a comprehensive benefits package, and four weeks of annual vacation. NWLC is a non-profit organization whose headquarters and staff are based in Washington, D.C., with our office located in historic Dupont Circle. However, due to the COVID-19 public health emergency, all NWLC staff are temporarily working remotely. We continue to monitor public health guidance and keep safety, science, and flexibility top of mind as we evaluate what reopening looks like for our team. Classification NWLC recognizes a staff bargaining unit, NWLC United, affiliated with the Nonprofit Professional Employees Union/IFPTE Local 70, a union for non-profit workers. This position is included in NWLC’s bargaining unit. Specific employment terms are subject to collective bargaining. How To Apply To apply, please submit a resume and a cover letter to Resumes should include exact start and end dates (month and year) of employment. In your cover letter, please describe how your professional background is a good fit for this position. Electronic submissions are preferred. Applications accepted until position is filled. The National Women’s Law Center is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and values a diverse workforce. We strongly encourage and seek applications from people with disabilities; people of all gender identities and sexual orientations; people of color; and veterans. 

Washington, DC

Senior Federal Policy Counsel, Maternal Health, Center For Reproductive Rights
The Organization About The Center for Reproductive Rights The Center for Reproductive Rights (The Center) is the premier global litigation and legal policy organization using the power of law to advance reproductive rights as fundamental human rights around the world. Headquartered in New York City, the non-profit, non-partisan organization has regional offices in Bogota, Geneva, Kathmandu, Nairobi, and Washington, DC; a staff of approximately 200 diverse professionals; an annual budget of approximately $40 million with an additional $22 million in donated services from leading law firms around the globe. The Center’s game-changing litigation and advocacy work, combined with its unparalleled expertise in constitutional, comparative, and international human rights law, have transformed how reproductive rights are understood by courts, governments, and human rights bodies worldwide. It has played a key role in securing landmark legal victories in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the United States on issues including access to life-saving obstetrics care, contraception, safe abortion services, and comprehensive sexuality information, as well as the prevention of forced sterilization and child marriage. It has brought groundbreaking cases before national courts, U.N. Committees, and regional human rights bodies, led the development of historic, proactive legislation advancing robust protections for reproductive rights, and has built the legal capacity of women’s rights advocates in more than 60 countries. The Center for Reproductive Rights Mission, Principles, & Core Values: Mission: Our Purpose is to use the power of law to advance reproductive rights as a fundamental human right around the world Core Principles:
  • Every person has the right to make decisions about their reproductive life.
  • Reproductive health services and decisions require a person’s full and informed consent based on comprehensive, unbiased, and evidence-based information and services.
  • Governments must ensure that reproductive health services are available, accessible, appropriate, and of good quality.
  • Laws and policies concerning reproductive health services must not discriminate, including on grounds such as gender, age, race, sexual orientation, marital status, nationality, class/caste, or disability.
  • Reproductive health services should not be criminalized.
Core Values:
  • Integrity:  Integrity is the foundation of mutually respectful relationships.
  • Globally Inclusive:  Understanding and embracing differences are essential for our work.
  • Excellence:  Because we care deeply about what we do, we are committed to high quality work
  • Impact:  We have the power to make change because we are strategic and focused.
To learn more about The Center for Reproductive Rights, please visit The Opportunity The Senior Federal Policy Counsel, Maternal Health will report directly to the Senior Director, U.S. Federal Policy and Advocacy and will work closely with the U.S. Human Rights team and the rest of the U.S. Policy & Advocacy program. This position will play an integral role in The Center’s domestic federal advocacy work, developing and implementing strategies to ensure all birthing people have access to safe, respectful and high-quality maternal health care, free from discrimination. Leading the federal maternal health policy work includes conducting legal and policy analyses and working with coalition partners and members of Congress and the Administration. While the Senior Federal Policy Counsel, Maternal Health will primarily work on developing federal maternal health law and policy, they might also occasionally work on other reproductive rights and/or reproductive health equity issues, consistent with The Center’s Strategic Plan. This position is based in The Center’s Washington, D.C. office. Primary responsibilities include:
  • Develop and maintain expertise in the area of federal maternal health policy issues and advance legislative and administrative strategies, under the umbrella of The Center’s Maternal Health & Rights Initiative, work to advance federal legislation, regulations, policies, and guidance that will improve access to safe, non-discriminatory maternal health care for individuals and communities disproportionately affected by human rights violations in U.S. maternal health, including Black and Indigenous pregnant, birthing, and postpartum people.
  • Sustain The Center’s position as a leader go-to resource on maternal health law and policy and continue to cultivate, build, and sustain relationships with, the Administration and relevant federal agencies, Congress, and national partners on issues involving racial equity in maternal health in order to advance proactive laws and policies to protect the rights and health of birthing people;
  • Conduct research and analysis on federal maternal health law and policy issues and Identify creative solutions to policy problems;
  • Provide legal and substantive policy expertise and technical assistance to the Administration, Congress, agencies, partners, and other key decisionmakers on federal bills, regulations, and policies that impact U.S. maternal health;
  • Monitor and respond to federal policy developments and activities that may impact maternal health, including relevant hearings/testimony, markups, staff briefings, rule changes, and other events;
  • Work in meaningful coalition with a broad spectrum of maternal health stakeholders, and amplify the leadership and priorities of Black and Indigenous birth workers and maternal health experts from communities most affected by maternal health harms;
  • Maintain thought leadership and partnership in core federal coalition spaces, and sustain key institutional relationships;
  • Develop, analyze, and advance federal policy that supports The Center’s mission in coordination with coalition partners
  • Translate complex policies and practices into accessible communications for diverse audiences
  • Cultivate messengers, allies, and spokespeople on federal policy issues within The Center’s mission in part by identifying and developing opportunities for partnership on intersectional or overlapping progressive initiatives
  • Draft materials for use in advocacy activities and public education efforts, including fact sheets, talking points, legal analyses issue briefs, public comments, IG complaints, and FOIA requests
  • Work with the communications department as a partner and resources on communications strategies to support The Center’s maternal health goals and objectives
  • Design and develop strategies to promote The Center’s priorities, and manage the implementation of those strategies by staff attorneys, interns, and fellows
  • Lead federal advocacy work on high priority, emerging, or sensitive issues
  • Build and maintain relationships with senior policy staff counterparts at progressive, national ally organizations both in the reproductive health, rights, and justice and birthing justice spheres and beyond
  • Represent The Center at public events, conferences, and coalition meetings and demonstrate excellent oral advocacy skills to deliver engaging speeches and presentations in a variety of public and private forums;
  • Participate actively in program planning and budgeting
  • Supervise staff attorneys, legal fellows, and interns *Not all Senior Attorneys will have direct reports but will be expected to supervise other attorneys on projects, cases, and other areas of program work
  • Work closely with colleagues across the organization to ensure a coordinated approach to maternal health advocacy and contribute where appropriate to cross-department efforts, including human rights advocacy, litigation, state policy advocacy, messaging engagement with donors and legal networks, and strengthening internal systems to support the U.S. maternal health work.
  • Participate and play leadership role with Global Maternal Health project team.
  • Strong commitment to The Center’s mission, purpose, core principles and values;
  • J.D. required;
  • Admission to the District of Columbia Bar Required.  If not currently admitted to the DC Bar, candidate must be admitted to the bar of another state and agree to become admitted to the DC Bar within eighteen months.
  • Minimum of 7-8 years legal experience
  • Excellent research, writing, and oral advocacy skills
  • Outstanding legal analysis skills, including the ability to develop complex legal arguments, analyze legislation and regulations, and develop complex legal arguments to respond to and improve legislation, administrative actions, and/or litigation strategy/arguments, consistent with role
  • Experience in working or building coalitions; leadership within coalitions of social justice and/or human rights movements strongly preferred;
  • Excellent organizational and time management skills including ability to self-motivate, handle multiple tasks simultaneously, ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines, and provide quick turnaround of assignments while collaborating in a team
  • Maintain a high level of expertise in the relevant subject matter
  • Superior communication skills with the ability to effectively communicate with internal and external stakeholders, including strong public speaking skills and an ability to engage with reporters
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and strong ability to work collaboratively with internal colleagues and external partners to co-create strategies and solutions, share information, trust, and decision-making, and advance priorities through principled, collective effort, including an ability to recognize when others should lead and an ability to prioritize centering the voices of those most impacted by our work
  • Ability to juggle own workload and help manage and supervise the workload of junior attorneys
  • Excellent people management and supervisory skills
  • Ability to prioritize, triage, and delegate work responsibilities when necessary
  • Uplifts and supports program specific work and goals while balancing with The Center’s strategic priorities and mission
  • Ability to find synergies among the different teams across USP and The Center
  • Ability to provide guidance and direction to staff attorneys, interns, and fellows to support their professional development and career growth
  • Demonstrate ability/capacity to foster/support DEI in a professional setting and a track record on being able to apply a racial justice lens in analysis, advocacy and in partnerships
Compensation & Benefits This is a full-time position based in Washington, D.C. The Center offers medical, dental, and vision insurance; a retirement plan including employer match; and generous paid vacation, personal, and sick leave, along with paid parental leave. The salary range for this opportunity is $97,000- $120,000, which will be benchmarked on The Center’s career ladder, taking into account years of experience and internal equity. The Center for Reproductive Rights is an equal opportunity employer, committed to inclusive hiring, and dedicated to diversity in our work and staff. We strongly encourage people from all groups and communities to apply. How To Apply Contact Liz Lombard and Angie Sessoms of Koya Partners have been exclusively retained for this search. To express your interest in this role please submit your materials here or to Angie directly at All inquiries and discussions will be considered strictly confidential. About Koya Partners Koya Partners, a part of the Diversified Search Group firm, is dedicated to connecting exceptionally talented people with mission-driven clients. Our founding philosophy—The Right Person in the Right Place Can Change the World—guides our work as we partner with nonprofits & NGOs, institutions of higher education, responsible businesses, and social enterprises in local communities and around the world. At Koya, we don’t just accept difference—we celebrate it, support it, and thrive on it for the benefit of our team, our clients, and the communities we serve. Koya is an equal opportunity employer fully committed to creating an environment and team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, styles, and experiences. We encourage all to apply because we believe a diversity of voices leads to better discussions, decisions, and outcomes for everyone. Koya does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, age, sexual orientation, military status, veteran status, genetic information, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by applicable federal, state, or local law. For more information about Koya Partners, visit

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The Organization The Black Theatre Network is comprised of artists, educators, scholars, students and theatre lovers who are dedicated to the exploration and preservation of the theatrical visions of the African Diaspora. For 35 years, the Black Theatre Network has collected, processed and distributed information that supports the professional and personal development of its membership (comprised of individuals engaged in the full range of theatre professions, professional and community theatres and organizations, and academic institutions) Position Overview PRIMARY DUTIES INCLUDE: Reporting to the Executive Director on a bi-monthly basis Identifying and cultivating corporate sponsors for ongoing support of BTN and reporting results to the Executive Board on a quarterly basis Overseeing grant applications from public and private sources, to fund specific BTN Programs: For Students: S. Randolph Edmonds Scholarship Award All StudentQuest programs Judy Dearing Design Award The Presidential Pathfinder and the Winona Lee Fletcher Awards The Marvin Sims Institute for educator’s, professional development and training QUALIFICATIONS: Applicant must have 6-8 years of fundraising experience with arts or education organizations Proven ability to execute successful, targeted fundraising campaigns Familiarity with foundations, corporations, and government arts education funding sources Excellent communication skills (written and verbal)
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