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Executive Director Fiscal Policy Institute

The Fiscal Policy Institute (FPI) is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit policy oriented research and education organization committed to improving public policies and private practices to improve the economic and social conditions of all New Yorkers. Founded in 1991, FPI works to create a strong economy in which prosperity is shared broadly.

FPI is a highly regarded organization, notable for its work on tax and budget issues, immigration policy, and social safety net issues. FPI’s high-caliber policy work on both state and national matters is more important than ever. FPI’s research and policy analysis has helped New York State legislators craft and pass legislation. In addition, FPI’s work on immigration and safety net issues has informed recent policy victories in New York and other states.

The Fiscal Policy Institute seeks an experienced Executive Director to lead and manage the organization while advancing FPI’s public policy goals. This person will be responsible for strategically growing FPI with an eye toward achieving success not only for the organization, but for its partner organizations and the people of New York State. Working with, and reporting to, the Board of Directors, the ED will establish meaningful short- and long-term objectives that link directly to the organization’s strategic plan. Specific qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years of experience in a leadership position, including oversight of an organization’s talent, operations, and
    finance.
  • Current knowledge of the opportunities and challenges associated with New York State’s budget process, its regional differences, its progressive ecosystem, and its wealth and power disparities.
  • Track record of providing leadership and direction in achieving an organization’s strategic mission and annual goals.
  • Demonstrated commitment to racial equity and inclusion and experience applying a racial and ethnic equity lens into previous policy work, communications strategy, engagement efforts, and internal organizational practices.
  • Demonstrated expertise in fiscal policy and a deep knowledge of the root causes of poverty and racial inequity.
  • Strong interpersonal and public speaking skills.
  • Evidence of initiative, analysis, problem-solving, creativity, and follow-through.
  • Passion for FPI’s mission as evidenced through similar professional or volunteer experience.

DRi is leading the search for Fiscal Policy Institute. To apply, please visit https://driconsulting.com/position/fiscal-policy-institute-executive-director/.

275767 New York State,
Director of Strategy Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services

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CEO Military Order of the Purple Heart Services Foundation

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Director of Development & External Relations Planet Word

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Chief Communications Officer Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services

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Director of Marketing ActBlue

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Director of Communications ActBlue

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Executive Director American Humanist Association

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Individual Giving Manager Alliance for Safety and Justice

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Chief Counsel CREW

As a leading nonpartisan non-profit government watchdog, Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics (CREW) is dedicated to defending our democratic institutions, rooting out government corruption and fighting the influence of money in politics through legal action and communications grounded by in-depth research. Using in-depth investigations, CREW targets government officials who sacrifice the common good to special interests and personal gain.

CREW seeks a passionate and creative attorney to lead their legal team as their Chief Counsel. The candidate will help CREW secure our democracy and build a better Washington. This position is a unique opportunity to be on the front lines of the fight for a more ethical, equitable and accountable government, while working alongside smart, dedicated and kind people.  Specific qualifications include:

  • A minimum of 10 years legal experience.
  • Litigation experience, potentially including Freedom of Information Act, campaign finance, or administrative law litigation.
  • An interest in ethics, money in politics, government transparency and equity in democracy.
  • Outstanding communication, writing, and editing skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal and managerial skills and sound judgment.
  • Interest and experience in mentorship and leadership development.
  • Interest and experience in promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.
  • J.D. is required.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for CREW. For employment consideration, please submit applications at http://driconsulting.com/crew-chief-counsel/. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/.

1056511 Washington, DC
Vice President, Networks Ceres, Inc.

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Executive Director Fulbright Jordan

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Senior Vice President, Campaign Strategy M+R Strategic Services

M+R is 130+ organizers, communicators, marketers, fundraisers, and campaigners who unleash the power of people to do good. We’re looking for a Senior Vice President to lead our issue advocacy campaigning and mobilization efforts company-wide.

They have served nonprofits exclusively for 30 years, leading campaigns on some of the most pressing issues of our time — the Fight for $15 and a Union, marriage equality, family separation, Save Darfur, refugee protection, the Clean Air Act, Keystone XL, dignity for care workers, SNAP, the Global Gag Rule, criminal justice reform, COVID economic relief, voter suppression, defending democracy against the Big Lie, and beating Donald Trump.

M+R is seeking a Senior Vice President, Campaign Strategy, to collaborate closely with senior leaders across M+R who work in Digital Organizing, Media Relations, Social Media, and Advertising. When necessary, lead oversight of integrated work across M+R’s practice areas and disciplines. Qualifications include:

  • 15+ years relevant experience, including 5+ years in campaign leadership roles.
  • Demonstrated strategic vision, and tactical discipline, to execute effective pressure campaigns that integrate multiple tactics.
  • Experience working on or leading racial justice, criminal justice, and/or economic justice issue campaigns.
  • Experience with electoral turnout and/or persuasion campaigns, whether part of candidate campaigns or outside expenditures by nonprofits/PACs.
  • Demonstrated facility with anti-racist approaches to campaign strategy, including a deep understanding of how equity issues impact campaigning.
  • Demonstrated facility with anti-racist approaches to workplace culture, including ability to foster inclusive and equitable teams and facilitate inclusive decision-making.
  • Ability to communicate persuasively in a way that articulates your ideas and conveys your expertise (whether on the phone, in-person, or in writing).
  • Ability to leverage quantitative and qualitative data to develop insights and drive decision making.
22420 Flexible,
Director of Philanthropy Generation180

Generation180 (Gen180) is a national non-profit organization based in Charlottesville, VA that inspires and equips individuals to act on clean energy. Gen180’s founding was prompted by a growing realization that we are nearing a tipping point in America’s transition to clean energy. The convergence of macro trends across the power, commercial, finance, and political sectors, as well as the arrival of rooftop solar power and electric vehicles to the mass market, have made it possible for our generation to fundamentally change direction. We can now dramatically accelerate the arrival of a 100% clean energy future. By building and mobilizing that constituency, Gen180 is driving a political and cultural shift toward a clean energy economy.

Generation180 envisions a 180-degree shift in our energy sources—from fossil fuels to clean energy—driven by a 180-degree shift in people’s perception of their role in making it happen—from apathy to agency, from despondency to determination, from hopeless to hopeful.

 

The Director of Philanthropy is a newly created position responsible for planning and implementing a comprehensive fundraising strategy for Generation180. This candidate will be joining the organization at a critical moment in the organization’s evolution. A seasoned fundraising professional, the Director of Philanthropy reports to the Executive Director, serves as a member of the Leadership team and helps set organizational strategy. They will attract and deepen engagement with donors to build support that is aligned with the organization’s strategic goals. Generation180 is determined to make change now, and the Director will strengthen this effort by strategically pursuing high-dollar donations from all constituents, with a focus on high-net-worth individuals. In the near term, the Director will lead efforts to expand and diversify Generation180’s donor base while mapping out long-term fundraising strategy. Specific qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years of progressively responsible experience in non-profit revenue generation.
  • Proven track record of creating and executing fundraising strategies, with success in soliciting and closing 6 and 7-figure gifts from individuals, foundations, and corporations.
  • Proven ability to develop strategies that expand a donor base and increase revenue, with a particular focus on high-net-worth individual donors.
  • Commitment to Generation180’s vision, mission, goals, and culture; a strong desire to exponentially increase the impact of Generation180’s work nationally, and a drive to join an organization advocating for successful outcomes in clean energy.
  • A good sense of humor, patience, and open-mindedness in working with others.
  • A strong commitment to diversity, inclusivity, equity, and justice.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required.
10901962 Charlottesville or Remote, VA Director
Chief Advancement Officer Heluna Health

For over 50 years, the Heluna Health network has partnered to advance population health and achieve meaningful improvements in people’s lives. Heluna Health is a national leader in providing direct program services and administrative support/fiscal sponsorship for over 500 population health projects. As such, Heluna Health empowers public health agencies, academic researchers, public/private consortia, and non-profit organizations to drive optimal population health outcomes. Through their social innovation projects, Heluna Health is committed to helping public health professionals, government agencies, and researchers operate as efficiently as possible.

Heluna Health seeks a dynamic, entrepreneurial Chief Advancement Officer (CAO), to build sustainable support aligned with its strategic goals. The CAO will lead efforts to attract and deepen engagement with donors,  expanding and diversifying Heluna Health’s donor base while assessing opportunities to pursue new revenue streams. Qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years of progressively responsible leadership in Advancement and revenue generation.
  • Proven ability to develop and execute strategies that increase awareness, expand a donor base and increase revenue.
  • Commitment to Heluna Health’s vision, mission, and culture; a strong desire and capacity to exponentially increase the impact of Heluna Health’s work nationally, and a drive to join an organization advocating for successful outcomes in healthcare.
  • Track record of working with all constituencies to secure gifts at all levels, with an emphasis on corporate and foundation relations.
  • Experience leading a successful team of frontline revenue generators.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required. Advanced degree or professional certification in Advancement is a plus.
18244263 Flexible, C-Suite
Development Director Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum

The Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) influences policy, mobilizes communities, and strengthens programs and organizations to improve the health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders.

The APIAHF is the oldest and largest health advocacy organization working with Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) communities across the nation, in US Territories, and with US‐affiliated Pacific jurisdictions. As a health justice non-profit organization, APIAHF is dedicated to improving the health and well-being of more than 21 million AANHPIs living in the United States and its jurisdictions. APIAHF believes that all persons have the right to be healthy, the right to live in a thriving community, and the right to quality, affordable, and accessible health care.

The Asian & Pacific Islander Health Forum seeks a Development Director to make a difference in the lives of members of the AANHPI community. The Director will assess APIAHF’s existing fundraising infrastructure and design a robust program that capitalizes on a recent increase in interest in the organization’s success over the past year. The successful Director will be able to manage an existing portfolio, putting formal systems in place that will ensure the health of the portfolio while growing the department and developing realistic metrics and goals. Specific qualifications include:

  • At least five years of experience in non-profit development with proven revenue results; experience working with institutional and small-dollar individual donors is preferred.
  • Ability to assess a fundraising program and implement systems and processes, such as an effective CRM and donor tracking technology, that contribute to building an effective donor pipeline.
  • Record of working closely with a CEO to elevate a development program.
  • Track record of increasing revenue through an expansion of the donor base and creating opportunities to engage with small-dollar donors.
  • Comfortable in the use of Salesforce as a primary customer management system.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent is required.
  • Experience working with the AANHPI community and an understanding of how to be successful in this space is preferred.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for APIAHF. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. For employment consideration, please submit application to [email protected].

87891 Remote, Director
Program Director, Economic Justice Wellspring Philanthropic Fund

Wellspring Philanthropic Fund (WPF) is a private grantmaking foundation dedicated to advancing the realization of human rights and social and economic justice for all people. Their work is rooted in respect for the dignity and worth of every human being.

WPF’s priority is to promote the realization of human rights and access to economic and social justice – including racial, gender, and economic. WPF is focused on expanding the voices, dignity, and interests of the most vulnerable communities, including women, children, people living in poverty, people of color, people with disabilities, LGBTQI people, and those affected by armed conflict and mass atrocities.

Wellspring Philanthropic Fund is seeking a Program Director to develop and lead its new Economic Justice Program, its first new program in over five years. The Program Director will develop and manage a US-focused grantmaking portfolio to support the development, assessment, and advancement of federal and state policy initiatives to reduce economic inequality and to address systemic drivers of inequality. The Program Director will chair an internal Working Group on Economic Justice, to facilitate cross-program coordination and learning on matters relating to the advancement of economic equity.

Specific qualifications include:

  • 15+ years of experience (at least 5 of those in a leadership position) with an NGO or foundation.
  • Understanding and valuing social justice, including racial and gender equity as an organizational operating principle
  • Superior analytic skills and the ability to identify and extract critical information for communication externally with advocates, funders, and other stakeholders, as well as within Wellspring and with donors-clients.
  • Ability to work well with the Learning and Evaluation staff to develop a program to evaluate the capacity and performance of grantees and the overall program.
  • Ability to handle confidential donor information with complete discretion.
  • An advanced degree (or relevant experience) in economics and/or public policy is desirable.

How to apply:

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Wellspring Philanthropic Fund. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. For employment consideration, please submit application to [email protected]. All applications must include the following attachments (all in PDF format):

  • a resumé
  • a thoughtful cover letter, including how you became aware of this opportunity and salary requirements (must specify actual amount and range)
  • one writing sample relevant to the role (no less than 3 and no more than 5 pages)
1340295 Washington, DC Director
Director of Finances & Operations Appalachian Voices

Appalachian Voices works to achieve an Appalachia with healthy, intact ecosystems and generative local economies that allow communities to thrive.

For more than a century, Appalachian communities have powered the growth of America’s industrial might—and have suffered disproportionately from resulting pollution, damaged lands, and poverty. Today, Appalachia is on the frontlines of an American energy transition.

Appalachian Voices is a powerful promoter of this transition. Founded in 1997, it has increased in size, opened new offices, and nearly doubled revenue under the leadership of Executive Director Tom Cormons. The organization seeks an energetic and financially savvy leader to serve as a Director of Finance and Operations.

The ideal candidate will be innovative, driven, and results-oriented, with a deep appreciation for Appalachian Voices’ mission and the people they serve. This position will lead the finance, accounting, and human resources functions that fuel their progress toward impact, sustainability, and scale. The Director will report to the Executive Director and Deputy Executive Director. To be successful, the Director of Finance and Operations will work closely with all levels of management and staff across Appalachian Voices’ regional offices to drive financial planning, budgeting, accountability, and reporting. Key qualifications include:

  • At least ten years of accounting experience with a preference for candidates with five years of nonprofit financial management.
  • Superior understanding of all aspects of non-profit accounting and financial management, appropriate knowledge of tax laws and related issues and regulations for 501(c)(3) organizations, including federal and state filings and sound internal controls.
  • Good communications skill, both written and verbal.
  • Proficiency in Excel, G Suite, QuickBooks. Preference for candidates with experience with constituent relationship management software and time-tracking and expense software.
  • Experience managing nonprofit audits is preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance.

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) is leading this search for Appalachian Voices. Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications are invited to learn more and apply by visiting www.driconsulting.com/positions/ or via email at [email protected].

327316 Multiple Locations, VA, NC, TN Director
Mid-Atlantic Regional Director of Philanthropy Coast Guard Foundation

The Coast Guard Foundation is a national non-profit serving the men and women of the United States Coast Guard. They were founded in 1969 to provide academic, athletic, and morale needs to Coast Guard Academy cadets who were not already covered by federal funding. The Foundation expanded its mission in 1986 to include all Coast Guard members and their families. Since the expansion, the Coast Guard Foundation has provided millions of dollars in college scholarships to Coast Guard members and their families and aid to those in need. They have also provided morale gear, exercise equipment, learning materials, computers, and more to cutters, bases, and units across the country.

The Coast Guard Foundation is seeking a Regional Director of Philanthropy to play a critical role in engaging the Mid-Atlantic Region donor base and securing annual, major, and planned gifts to increase organizational revenue. The Regional Director develops and implements metrics-driven development, solicitation, and stewardship plans for a portfolio of 150 donors capable of giving at least $1,000 annually, with a focus on donors capable of making $10,000+ gifts. The Regional Director coordinates with headquarters staff and regional major gift colleagues to maximize giving opportunities. Specific qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years of professional experience, including 3 to 5 years in a fundraising role.
  • Demonstrated success in all facets of major gifts fundraising, including prospect identification, relationship building, and solicitation, or equivalent experience in such fields as financial advising, sales, marketing, or non-profit management.
  • Record of securing donations or investments at the $10,000+ level.
  • Prior experience working with Board members and volunteers to increase their comfort and participation in fundraising and other development-related activities.
  • Proficiency with Raiser’s Edge or another donor database and Microsoft Office suite.
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent; advanced degree or certification, such as a CFRE, is preferred.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for the Coast Guard Foundation. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

2805519 Mid-Atlantic Region, Director
Communications Director Homeless Narrative Action Campaign

Homeless Narrative Action is a homeless communications and research hub (Comms Hub) crafting culturally competent, research informed messaging and developing and advancing a new homeless communications narrative. This Comms Hub is a partnership between national and state based homeless advocacy groups, housing justice advocacy organizations, and national funders.

Homeless Narrative Action understands that public policy around the homeless, affordable housing, policing practices, and supportive services is not always driven by accurate information. They believe in order to win public policy victories that end homelessness, they must first win the narrative around who is homeless and why.

As a key member of the senior leadership team, the Communications Director will lead campaigns and communications work to increase the organization’s impact and capacity to drive a public narrative change. This person will bring an inclusive management style that supports staff members to achieve their highest potential and is grounded in principles of equity and inclusion. A sample of key qualifications include:

  • At least 5-7 years of senior level experience applying media relations, communications, and/or digital media expertise in political campaigns, Capitol Hill, journalism or issue advocacy organizations.
  • Experience working with and on behalf of low income and diverse communities.
  • Experience in communications for policy change, rapid response war room environments and especially in the role of strategic communications in electoral or advocacy campaigns.
  • Experience designing and implementing integrated communications strategies.
  • Superior analytical, writing, editing, verbal communication, and management skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience, preferably in an appropriate discipline (English, journalism, communications, public policy, or political science).

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Homeless Narrative Action. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

Remote, Director
Chief Development Officer Institute for Nonprofit News

 The Institute for Nonprofit News (INN) is the hub of a growing network of more than 300 independent, nonprofit newsrooms. Together, they function as an innovation and learning lab generating new ways to support high quality reporting through philanthropic news ventures and social enterprise.

NewsMatch is one of the most ambitious collaborative fundraising campaigns in the field of journalism, raising more than $21M in pooled matching funds from 17 national and more than 300 local funders to support INN’s network of news organizations. NewsMatch partners are now evolving the program to leverage its success in generating individual and institutional philanthropy and transforming how communities sustain journalism for years to come.

The Institute for Nonprofit News is seeking a Chief Development Officer to design and direct a multi-year strategic fundraising campaign increasing philanthropic revenue and investments that support the growth of nonprofit news in North America. This position will report directly to the Executive Director and CEO of INN and work collaboratively with NewsMatch funders, the NewsMatch Program Manager, and The Miami Foundation as leading stakeholders in this portfolio of funds. A sample of key qualifications include:

  • At least five years of nonprofit fundraising experience, preferably with significant experience in managing a portfolio that includes multi-year fundraising campaigns or pooled funds with a range of investment options.
  • A demonstrated track record in securing 6- and 7-figure foundation and private sector grans and/or managing a multi-year fundraising campaign.
  • Passion for building civically-engaged communities and a deep interest in public affairs, democracy, and equitable access to quality news; a general understanding of journalism ethics is preferred.
  • Comfortable with a role that is both strategic and hands-on, building and leading a small development department where you are the strategic leader and also responsible for plan execution from start to finish.
  • Experience working with big tech and other corporations that can contribute more than monetary support, such as resources, training, technology, etc.
  • Excellent communication and relationship building skills, with a track record of building meaningful relationships with both stakeholders and internal staff.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for the Institute for Nonprofit News. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

1982728 Remote, Remote C-suite
Director, Institutional Funding Planned Parenthood of Greater New York

Planned Parenthood is dedicated to providing high-quality reproductive and related healthcare, delivering educational programs that promote healthy sexuality, and protecting the right of individuals to make personal health decisions. Last year, Planned Parenthood of Greater New York (PPGNY) launched as one of the largest Planned Parenthood providers, educator, and advocate of sexual and reproductive health care in New York, with 30 counties covering 65% of the state.

PPGNY represents the bold future of sexual and reproductive health care. As a newly merged entity, PPGNY enhances the gold standard of service their patients know and trust by introducing added services, such as uniform electronic medical records; expanded education, outreach, and training programs; stronger hyper-local and statewide advocacy initiatives; and shared expertise in specialized services. PPGNY is transforming the delivery of health care to provide additional affordable, quality services to more New Yorkers in more communities.

Planned Parenthood of Greater New York seeks a Director, Institutional Funding to provide leadership, direction, and coordination to build upon existing funding from government entities and seek out new funding for priority projects. Managing a $21M portfolio comprised of 55 grants from 12 different government agencies, the Director will work in conjunction with the development and finance teams to create grant proposals, reports, updates, and budgets. Reporting to the Vice President, Institutional Funding, the Director will work across the organization to maximize funding possibilities. Specific qualifications include:

  • At least five years of applicable experience in raising funds from government sources for a mission-driven organization, including previous management experience.
  • Familiarity with preparing applications for submission to local and state agencies in New York, as well as the federal government.
  • Relevant knowledge of the principles and practices of effective budgeting, monitoring, and fiscal management.
  • Ability to build trust across cultural differences related to race, class, age, gender, gender identify and expression, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin, or ability; and to reflect on one’s personal identity with humility.
  • A demonstrated commitment to PPGNY’s mission related to bodily autonomy, health equity, and gender and racial justice; commitment to learning about and enhancing practices related to racial equity and its impact on healthcare systems.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent is required.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Planned Parenthood of Greater New York. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

37396978 New York, NY Director
President/CEO Anacostia Watershed Society

Since its founding in 1989, the Anacostia Watershed Society has worked to attend to the environmental needs of the Anacostia River and its watershed communities. Over the past 32 years, AWS has grown and developed from a small group of concerned individuals into an award-winning $3 million non-profit that is deeply involved in a cause that affects many different communities within the 176 square mile region of the Washington, D.C. metro area.  The Society has a staff of 16 and is based in Bladensburg, Maryland, with additional working space in the District of Columbia.

As part of its mission, the Anacostia Watershed Society is invested in local areas, working with schools and students throughout Washington, D.C. and Montgomery and Prince George’s counties, engaging them in an experience that educates them through hands-on service and allows them to play a part in the continuing improvement of the Anacostia Watershed. In addition, AWS serves as a voice for the river; advocating for and actively involving itself in policies, actions, and programs that protect its ecological health, improve water quality, and work to mitigate the negative effects of stormwater, bacteria, and trash.

The President of the Anacostia Watershed Society will be a visionary and strategic leader capable of leading a dedicated an enthusiastic staff toward substantive change. An able relationship builder, the President will be prominent among the community that lives along the Anacostia River and will serve as a representative for the River and AWS when key decisions affecting the Anacostia are made. Specific requirements include:

  • History of leading a non-profit organization into the future through fundraising, advocacy, operations, and a clear vision for forward growth.
  • Passion for the environment and ability to speak knowledgeably about issues affecting watersheds and wetland habitats.
  • Understanding of the communities that live in the Anacostia Watershed; skill in working with community leaders to effect meaningful change in the lives of those living in the Watershed.
  • Experience identifying and building external relationships that lead to financial opportunities for an organization.
  • Experience working for an organization that advocates for change; comfortable being a strong voice at the table when impactful decisions are being made.
  • Commitment to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion and appreciation for valuable diverse voices.
  • Excellent organizational skills with the ability to oversee multiple projects and departments; strong skill in prioritizing projects.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Anacostia Watershed Society. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

329535 Bladensburg, MD CEO
Chief Operating Officer Tempus

Since 1999, Tempus has provided corporate clients with the best foreign exchange (FX) and international payment solutions in the industry. Tempus guides thousands of clients, from a broad spectrum of industry sectors, through the intricacies of the currency markets. Their unique market insight is widely recognized in main-line business media such as The Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Bloomberg, and CNBC. In 2010, Tempus proudly became part of Monex Group, one of the world’s largest commercial FX providers, to further expand their place in the global market.

A skilled team of over 2,600 foreign exchange experts has helped clients around the world with the heavy lifting of foreign currency exchange transactions. From proactively analyzing and forecasting the market to helping time the delivery of FX payments and orders to save money and grow profit margins—Tempus is committed to delivering expert risk and payment solutions.

Tempus is looking for a Chief Operations Officer to join their growing team. The COO is a key member of the Executive Management Team, reporting to the Monex International Chief Operational and Administrative Officer (COAO), who also functions as the CEO of the US organization. The COO will play an integral part leading the company by providing an analytical and financial mindset to meet company goals, facilitate strategic planning, and interpret metrics, all while managing a diverse business operation made up of Marketing, Operations, Compliance, Finance, and Human Resources. The COO’s goal is to secure the functionality of business, drive extensive growth, and help set standards for the company. This role will focus on taking a high-performing organization and evolving it to the next level with repeatable processes, strong team members, and excellent culture. Specific qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years of progressive leadership experience in the financial services or payment industry, with at least two years of experience in a Chief Operating Officer or equivalent role.
  • Experience overseeing business functions, to include finance, operations, compliance, human resources, marketing, sales, and database management.
  • Track record of providing leadership and direction toward the achievement of an organization’s strategic mission and annual goals.
  • Talent for extracting, analyzing, and articulating data in ways that support effective, efficient decision-making; includes knowledge of best practices of governance and financial oversight.
  • An entrepreneurial nature, willing to understand the complexities of new initiatives to achieve programmatic growth.
  • Strong interpersonal and presentation skills and ability to marshal them to form and maintain strategic external partnerships; strong communication and listening skills.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or other relevant field is required; advanced degree is preferred.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Tempus. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected]

2901582 Washington, DC
Major Gifts Officer Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington

Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington seeks a Major Gift Officer to join the fundraising team and build out a major giving portfolio to increase revenue for the organization.

Planned Parenthood is dedicated to providing high-quality reproductive and related healthcare, delivering educational programs that promote healthy sexuality, and protecting the right of individuals to make personal health decisions. Located in the nation’s capital, PPMW is an anchor for care throughout the region and a model across the country. For more than 80 years, PPMW has responded to the changing needs of the communities it serves and the ever-shifting political winds in the region.

The ideal Major Gift Officer will be passionate about Planned Parenthood’s work and will serve as a compelling ambassador to a philanthropic base that is equally dedicated to sustaining their programs. The MGO will be eager to grow a major gifts portfolio and will be comfortable taking the lead and working independently to achieve their goals. The MGO is expected to conduct frequent meetings with donors, ensuring that they are kept informed on how their gifts are making a difference.

The ideal candidate’s background will include:

  • At least three years of successful individual major giving experience.
  • Knowledge of the principles of major donor pipeline management and successful track record of moving donors into higher giving brackets.
  • Experience developing tailored cultivation and stewardship plans that exhibit an exceptional understanding of others’ priorities, motivations, and interests.
  • Competency in prospect identification, cultivation, solicitation, and donor relations.
  • Capacity to work easily and effectively with a wide range of people; adept at building relationships with donors, leadership, and Board members.
  • Record of successfully engaging leadership and Board members in the fundraising process.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office 365 as well as industry-standard research and analytics processes.
  • Commitment to the mission and values of Planned Parenthood.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required; a relevant advanced degree is a plus.

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) is leading this search for Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington. Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications are invited to learn more and apply by visiting  www.driconsulting.com/positions/ or via email at [email protected].

3035698 Washington, DC
Vice President of Programs and Chief Curator National Women’s History Museum

The Next Priority: Creating a Physical Presence in D.C.

For the last 25 years, the National Women’s History Museum (NWHM) has served as the largest online cultural institution dedicated to U.S. women’s history. As an institution, it has focused on sharing the powerful history of women in America.

Beginning in 2022, NWHM will begin a groundbreaking partnership with the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, D.C. to create a community in which visitors can experience women’s history, in-person for the very first time, together, through innovative physical exhibitions and robust public programming that explores women’s struggles, triumphs, and contributions to American history.

The Museum’s inaugural exhibition will highlight trailblazing African American women activists and their presence in Washington, D.C. It will explore their barrier-breaking and tenacious work to ensure equality, representation, and justice. NWHM will engage the community and contemporary artists to interpret and present history through their work.

NWHM is an independent museum that provides an extensive amount of online material and resources for educators, learners of all ages, and general audiences, including biographies, virtual exhibitions, K-12 lesson plans, etc. In addition, the museum offers a robust selection of virtual programs, and will resume in-person programming when it is safe to do so.

The National Women’s History Museum seeks a Vice President of Programs and Chief Curator, a new role for the Museum, who will work with leadership to lead the organization’s vision and point of view over the next 10 years. As the first permanent Curator for the Museum, the Vice President will shape the long-term plan and, in turn, the direction of the robust virtual programming created by the Director of Education. As the Institution expands, the Vice President will have the opportunity to work with the President to develop a robust curatorial department. Qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years of experience working in a museum and curatorial environment, with a demonstrated knowledge of all aspects of exhibition, design, production, and promotion.
  • Ability to make a compelling narrative out of subjects in women’s history – enlivening the storytelling through objects, art, artifacts, and technology.
  • Strong leadership skills, with the ability to create cohesive, collaborative teams that work in tandem to accomplish organizational goals.
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills, with the ability to convey complex ideas and themes that will be easily understood by Museum visitors and the general public.
  • Genuine curiosity in the curatorial field is required, with a natural interest in discovering new ideas in the virtual and exhibition arena while thinking innovatively regarding the Museum’s collection.
  • Well-versed in how to identify and attract diverse audiences and grow audiences through public engagement and creative outreach.
  • Knowledge of the role fundraising plays in advancing cultural projects.
  • A demonstrated commitment to values of diversity, equity, and inclusion and employing these values to create a more inclusive, accurate, and representative telling of women’s history.
  • Master’s degree in Women’s Studies and/or Gender Studies or related field is required; Ph.D. in these or related fields is preferred.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for the National Women’s History Museum. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected]

3077911 Alexandria, VA
Board Member Help Heal Veterans

First established in 1971 as Help Hospitalized Veterans, Help Heal Veterans (Heal Vets) has provided free therapeutic arts and crafts kits to hospitalized and homebound veterans for generations. These kits help injured, recuperating veterans and are used as recreational therapy, while also improving their sense of self-esteem and overall physical and mental health.

Since its inception, Heal Vets has delivered nearly 33 million arts and crafts kits to veterans and veteran facilities nationwide, as well as active-duty military overseas. Whether it’s restoring coordination and impaired motor skills, improving concentration, or relieving symptoms of depression and PTSD, the goal is to give veterans what they need to heal. Help Heal Veterans’ Board members are able to serve a mission close to their hearts by changing the lives of veterans and active-duty service members.

Help Heal Veterans is seeking a new Board member to ensure the organization is well-managed and remains fiscally sound. The Board must exercise oversight of the organization’s operations and maintain the legal and ethical accountability of the staff and volunteers. The Board will meet formally four times throughout the year to review the organization’s financial status and organizational plan, and to decide on the next steps. The ideal candidate will have a selection of the following expertise:

  • Strategic leadership experience that informs strategic discussions, with the ability to think long-term.
  • Knowledge of and appreciation for the diversity of the United States Armed Forces.
  • Strong working knowledge of P&L sheets and other key financial reports to help in meeting fiduciary obligations; a strong background in business finance is preferred.
  • Business leader in a high-level leadership position within their organization or positioned for growth in their chosen industry.
  • Manufacturing and/or marketing experience is a plus.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Help Heal Veterans. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

 

18104322 Remote, Remote Board Member
Director of Major Gifts Medal of Honor Foundation

The Congressional Medal of Honor Society’s membership is comprised of those who wear the Medal of Honor, our nation’s highest military award for valor. Recipients are committed to serving our country in peace as they did in war by championing the values of courage, sacrifice, integrity, commitment, patriotism, and citizenship. That mission has become increasingly important as the number of living Medal of Honor Recipients continues to decrease. The non-profit Society preserves their stories and shares their values through Outreach and Education initiatives. The Medal of Honor Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit established in 1999 to advance the mission and provide a path for financial support of the Congressional Medal of Honor Society.

Today, the Society creates a bond between Recipients while keeping their memories alive, protecting the legacy of the Medal, and promoting the values and ideals upon which our country was founded. It remains the only group chartered by Congress to take on such great responsibilities.

The Medal of Honor Foundation is seeking a Director of Major Gifts to continue to work toward diversifying the Foundation’s donor base. The Director will seek to provide opportunities for investments that move beyond transactional and restricted grants, toward more mission-based partnerships and unrestricted funding. The Director works in strong partnership with the Executive Director of Philanthropy to ensure the successful delivery on all annual fundraising goals to provide for the current and future needs of the Society. Specific qualifications include:

  • At least 5 years of successful fundraising experience in managing high-level donor and prospect relationships.
  • Experience effectively engaging with and supporting military leaders preferred.
  • Ability to conceptualize, plan, and implement a programmatic approach to building relationships and securing philanthropic support, including setting ambitious goals, developing strategies for cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship, and prioritizing activities.
  • Experience personally cultivating relationships with major donors that have resulted in the successful solicitation of 6-figure gifts or higher.
  • Must be self-directed, flexible, creative, able to work independently and perform with poise under pressure, while delivering strong, measurable results.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience required.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for the Medal of Honor Foundation. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

35693986 Remote, Remote Director
VP of Marketing and Communications White House Historical Association

For more than 200 years, the White House has been more than just the home of the Presidents and their families. Throughout the world, it is recognized as the symbol of the United States and of executive power in the country. The White House Historical Association (WHHA) is charged with enhancing the understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of the White House as a residence, a piece of history, and an international symbol.

The WHHA’s acquisition, preservation, research, and education efforts continue through generous private donations and the sale of books, products, and the official White House Ornament. The WHHA produces educational literature and films, develops special programs, and maintains a website interpreting the White House, its history, and the persons and events associated with it. The WHHA supports the acquisition of artwork and objects for the White House collection and contributes to the conservation of public rooms.

The White House Historical Association is soliciting applications for the full-time position of Vice President of Marketing and Communications. Reporting to the President of the Association, the Vice President manages a staff team consisting of the Director of Marketing, Director of Communications, Director of Digital Outreach, and a Digital Content and Communications Manager. The Vice President will also work with technical consultants and collaborate with other WHHA departments on a regular basis. Specific qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years of progressive experience implementing and overseeing large-scale successful marketing and communications operations with a retail (both online and traditional) focus.
  • Successful experience in the marketing program of a multi-functional organization, including the full online retail lifecycle from attracting customers through effective digital marketing, to implementing effective e-commerce strategies.
  • Demonstrated ability to develop online marketing initiatives that are consistent with an established organizational brand.
  • Track record of building innovative partnerships to define and promote a brand.
  • Creative approach to promotional strategy, with the ability to define target audiences and to adjust messaging and delivery to attract and engage them.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for the WHHA. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

847098 Washington, DC VP
President & Chief Operating Officer JED Foundation

The Jed Foundation (JED) is a non-profit that protects emotional health and prevents suicide for our nation’s teens and young adults. Partnering with high schools and colleges to strengthen their mental health, substance misuse, and suicide prevention programs and systems, JED equips teens and young adults with the skills and knowledge to help themselves and each other. They actively encourage community awareness, understanding, and action for young adult mental health awareness.

JED seeks an intellectually curious leader to lead and implement JED’s strategic plans and achieve organizational goals while advancing the organization’s mission. Working collaboratively with the CEO and Board of Directors, the President/COO will contribute to JED’s strategic direction while skillfully managing day-to-day strategy, operations, and people in a high growth environment. The President/COO will work to promote a culture of high expectations, effective performance, and continuous learning and improvement. Specific responsibilities and skill sets include:

  • Proven operational leader with the ability to triple the number of higher education students protected by JED’s Comprehensive Approach, resulting in reductions in suicide rates, increases in students receiving mental healthcare, positive changes in attitudes and behaviors, and achieving equity in these student outcomes at the schools with which JED partners.
  • Fortify organizational effectiveness to ensure JED’s capacity to perform optimally over the long term by building a sustainable funding model, robust financial control and management systems, and effective recruiting, talent development, and retention systems.
  • Track record of managing high growth operating companies and/or non-profit organizations, along with a broad, multi-faceted set of talents, including excellent leadership and people skills, business acumen, and the ability to effectively manage, lead, and supervise complex organizations and multidisciplinary teams.
  • Strengthen the mental health attitudes and behaviors of young adults, their families, and community members through educational campaigns and resources.
  • Knowledge of academic environments (secondary and higher education).

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for The Jed Foundation. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

427578 New York, NY C-suite
Chief Executive Officer Atlas Corps

Atlas Service Corps, Inc. (Atlas Corps), started in 2006, is an international network of social sector leaders and organizations that promotes innovation, cooperation, and solutions to address the world’s 21st-century challenges. Atlas Corps’ mission is to address critical social issues by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and promoting innovation through a fellowship of skilled non-profit professionals. Atlas Corps engages leaders committed to the non-profit sector in 12-to-18-month, professional fellowships at organizations to learn best practices, build organizational capacity, and to create a network of global changemakers.

Atlas Corps is seeking a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to empower young leaders across the world and serve as an inspirational leader guiding Atlas Corps to new levels of global thought leadership. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the ideal candidate will be a visionary, providing strategic direction to the organization as it embarks on new virtual programming and playing a leading role in fostering cross-cultural communications and partnerships.

The CEO leads the strategic vision of the organization, interfaces with external audience and is the main liaison with key partners. The CEO is one of the chief fundraisers, working closely with the Chief Development & Engagement Officer who leads fundraising and communications. Specific qualities include:

  • At least 10 years of experience in relevant senior management and leadership positions.
  • Experience serving as a leader and motivator to an internationally-based team is required.
  • Social enterprise experience highly valued. Experience across sectors, including non-profit, entrepreneurial, government and/or corporate valued.
  • Significant strategic leadership, management and decision-making experience with direct accountability for results at the executive level of an organization with complex, geographically distributed operations. Ideally, proven experience scaling an organization in terms of resources, programs, and impact.
  • Experience in different forms of fundraising, particularly with the U.S. Government, corporations and high net worth individuals. Sales and business development experience is also a plus.
  • A successful track record of building, motivating and mentoring high-performing leadership teams across program and functional areas.
  • Diverse perspectives, background, and set of experiences is immensely helpful at Atlas Corps as it is an inclusive organization that is advancing leaders from all over the world.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent is required. Master’s degree preferred.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Atlas Corps. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

98804 Washington, DC CEO
Director of Partnership Development KABOOM!

End playspace inequity. For good.

Places to play are essential for every kid to grow up healthy, unlocking countless benefits for kids. KABOOM! has been building playgrounds in partnership with communities across America, particularly those that have experienced chronic disinvestment and systemic racism. Over the last 25 years, KABOOM! has built or improved 17,000+ playspaces, engaged more than 1.5 million community members, and brought joy to over 11.5 million kids nationwide.

For KABOOM!, ending playspace inequity is a challenge that requires an innovative and multi-faceted approach that includes the following elements:

  • Racial Equity
  • Community-Led Solutions
  • Systems-Level Impact
  • Outcomes-Driven Playspaces

KABOOM! is looking for a Director of Partnership Development responsible for developing meaningful partnerships to further advance KABOOM!’s mission. The Director will play a vital role in expanding the funding base of KABOOM! by developing and delivering compelling cases for support and shepherding prospective funding partners through every phase of the cultivation cycle. Equity and community responsiveness are at the center of KABOOM!’s work and the ideal candidate will have the ability to lead and co-create partnerships with internal and external stakeholders. Key responsibilities include:

  • At least 10 years of experience directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified.
  • Track record of working with foundation and corporate partners to secure new funding while building upon existing relationships.
  • Proven experience in large-scale, new business revenue generation, managing funder relationships and growing a portfolio of multi-year gifts.
  • Deep understanding of the current funding environment, with an exceptional ability to build strong cases for support that align with funder priorities.
  • Experience cultivating and growing funder and/or strategic partner relationships with executive-level stakeholders.
  • Collaborative, team-oriented work style with self-motivation and drive to get the job done with little supervision.
  • Aptitude in quickly absorbing information from various angles while always keeping an eye on the big picture and maintaining superior attention to detail.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience and/or training is required.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for KABOOM!. All DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

19821 Washington, DC Director
Howard University Department of Development and Alumni Relations Howard University

Howard University is in the midst of historic and unprecedented institutional and philanthropic growth. Bolstered by an active and energetic alumni base who are inspired by the heightened role and significance of Howard’s place in higher education, the University is significantly investing in and expanding its Advancement Department. Development Resources inc. (DRi) is proud to partner with Howard University to build-out their advancement team.

If you are an enthusiastic fundraising or communications professional looking to make an impact, now is the time to become part of the dynamic team at Howard University.

Newly created positions on the Howard University Advancement team include:

Development Resources, inc. is leading these searches for Howard University. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].
760823 Washington, DC Director
Vice President of Political Campaigns RepresentUs

RepresentUs is the nation’s leading right-left anti-corruption organization. We bring together conservatives, progressives, and everyone in between to secure crucial victories that are defending our Republic and fixing America’s corrupt political system.

RepresentUs is a carefully curated mix of seasoned political campaigners, policy wonks, advertising experts, designers, and engineers. We’re not a startup, but we’ve got startup DNA: we’re nimble, constantly learning and iterating, and we push ourselves to push the envelope—to ignore “industry standards” and set a new standard.

RepresentUs seeks a Vice President of Political Campaigns (VPPC) to serve on the organization’s Executive Team as head of the RepresentUs Political Department and is the individual responsible for development and effective execution of an ambitious portfolio of political campaigns. The VPPC leads a team that designs, supports, and wins ballot initiative, lobbying, and accountability campaigns to enact the organization’s democracy reform policy goals — focused on ending political corruption and fixing democracy’s structures to represent all Americans — into substantive law. The VPPC builds and runs the Political Department, manages its budget, and directs/works closely with a team of senior political staff to ensure success and make adjustments/pivots in response to changing externalities.

Specific requirements include:

  • 15+ years of experience working in politics, with 5+ years of high-level management experience.
  • Fluency and experience with all aspects of modern political campaigns, including digital, field, communications, lobbying, ballot measures, compliance, and more.
  • Experience and comfort working with/in non-partisan and conservative politics on a federal, state, and/or local level.
  • Demonstrated strategic/big picture mindset and ability to implement that vision
  • Budget management experience.
  • Excellent writing and research skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and management experience.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for RepresentUs. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

9448721 Remote, Remote VP
Chief Medical Officer JED Foundation

The Jed Foundation (JED) is a non-profit that protects emotional health and prevents suicide for our nation’s teens and young adults. Partnering with high schools and colleges to strengthen their mental health, substance misuse, and suicide prevention programs and systems, JED equips teens and young adults with the skills and knowledge to help themselves and each other. They actively encourage community awareness, understanding, and action for young adult mental health awareness.

The JED Foundation seeks an intellectually curious psychiatrist with experience working with teens and young adults to serve as the organization’s next Chief Medical Officer (CMO). Reporting to Executive Director John MacPhee, the CMO will assure the clinical, medical, and suicide prevention information promulgated by JED is of the highest quality and in keeping with the most current evidence based on effective clinical practice; and to direct and plan the thought leadership activities of JED in order to help strengthen the teen and young adult mental health and suicide prevention field. Specific requirements include:

  • Adolescent and Child Psychiatrist (specializing in teens and young adults) with suicide prevention expertise, clinical treatment expertise, preventative/public health systems-level experience, and administrative leadership experience.
  • Working knowledge of state-of-the-art medical, scientific, and treatment methods, as well as educational and psychosocial intervention procedures.
  • Solid, proven managerial and administrative skills and expertise, preferably in environments featuring ethnically and socially diverse staff and clients.
  • Knowledge of the latest research and commended practices for how to best support the mental health of potentially marginalized populations, including BIPOC youth, LGBTQ+ youth, and students who are parents, among others.
  • Knowledge of how high schools, colleges, and universities protect student mental health.
  • Strong working understanding of metrics and medical analytics, with a clear understanding of the importance of accurate clinical documentation.
  • Track record of skillfully representing an organization in writing and in the media in a way befitting the professional and serious nature of JED’s work surrounding mental health and suicide prevention.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for the JED Foundation. All of DRi‘s searches can be viewed at http://driconsulting.com/available-positions/. Applications can also be submitted via email to [email protected].

427578 New York, NY C-suite