Chief Revenue Officer (SOS)

Share Our Strength
Washington, DC

Chief Revenue Officer to lead one of the country’s boldest and most effective anti-hunger organizations (Washington, D.C.)

Share Our Strength envisions a day when no child in the U.S. will go hungry.

Since launching the No Kid Hungry and Cooking Matters campaigns, it has made this vision a reality for millions of children, reducing the number who live with hunger by one-third.

Share Our Strength has inspired millions of Americans to join its movement, increasing revenue from $35M in 2010 to more than $80M this year. Supports participate in Share Our Strength’s innovative corporate partnerships, national culinary and fitness-focused events, and multi-faceted opportunities for individual donors.

Share Our Strength seeks a Chief Revenue Officer to lead its comprehensive and multi-dimensional revenue-generating program. With active support from the Board and staff leadership, the Chief Revenue Officer will lead all efforts to increase capacity to end childhood hunger.

The Chief Revenue Officer will lead and integrate a revenue-generating program that matches the ambitions of Share Our Strength. Serving on Share Our Strength’s executive leadership team, the CRO will collaborate with the CEO to establish the overarching strategy for all verticals within the program and will work with a talented senior development team to enhance performance of each revenue stream. The CRO will also serve as a key ambassador to high-level donors and partners.

The successful candidate will join a bold organization that unites all staff members around the belief that when people of diverse strengths work together, anything is possible. The CRO will find an organization that encourages experimentation, demands diversity, mobilizes strengths, drives innovation, and inspires fun.

The ideal CRO will be a strategic thinker, creative revenue generator, and accomplished leader who can confidently take the helm of a high-performing team. Minimum qualifications include:

  • At least 15 years of experience leading revenue-generating programs, including programs with diverse revenue platforms.
  • Significant successful experience leading revenue generation of at least $50M.
  • Demonstrated ability to design innovative approaches to revenue generation.
  • Track record of securing 6- and 7-figure major gifts and corporate agreement.