After working in communications and marketing for multiple non-profits, Kim Roszel joined DRi with an energetic commitment to work on behalf of the full non-profit sector.
Kim began at DRi by managing logistics for President & CEO Jennifer Dunlap. She soon became a Development Associate and took a broad role in supporting strategic planning and fundraising assessments before transitioning into executive search. As Executive Search Consultant, Kim works closely with DRi’s leaders to manage our uniquely structured executive search team, helping our leaders set search strategy and managing operations to ensure that strategies are effectively monitored and carried out as each search unfolds. She also manages DRi’s cutting-edge executive search database to put our network literally at our clients’ fingertips.
In addition to managing the executive search team, Kim plays a primary role in personally leading and identifying candidates for searches. In her recent assignments, she has identified candidates to serve as Executive Director for the Center for Legal Education Excellence at Access Group, the American Association of University Women, Greater Public, and the National Association of Active and Retired Federal Employees. Kim She has also identified senior development leaders for the Corning Museum of Glass, the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health, and NPR, among many other regional, national, and international non-profits. Kim has led searches for the American Architectural Foundation, Americans for the Arts, and Partnership for Public Service.
Like all of DRi’s search team, Kim plays a primary role in cultivating candidates. Learning about candidates’ innovative ideas and accomplishments is one of the pleasures of executive search, and Kim enjoys linking high-quality candidates to new opportunities to expand their impact. She invites candidates to connect with her directly on LinkedIn.
Kim holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Radford University. Before joining DRi, she worked in communications at the Center for Health Transformation in Washington, DC and at American Type Culture Collection, a non-profit biotechnology organization.