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Vice President of Development Luminis Health

Luminis Health, a newly integrated health system formed in 2019, serves residents of Anne Arundel County, Prince George’s County and Maryland’s Eastern Shore. The health system includes 635 licensed beds, more than 6,400 employees, 1,800 medical staff, and 1,300 volunteers. The new health system includes more entry points for coordinated care across the region, improved access to care close to home, enhanced quality, and improved health outcomes. LHCE is comprised of multi-specialty practice groups, ambulatory sites and clinics, physician practices, and clinical service lines.

Luminis Health serves as a beacon of hope and healing for the region, reimagining community health, while igniting new possibilities for how and where healthcare is delivered. Luminis Health is here to make getting and staying healthy easier, more personal, and built for the community that we call home.

Luminis Health Doctors Community Medical Center seeks a Vice President of Development that will champion the ongoing capital campaign, managing and executing all aspects of the $2.5M campaign, while actively discovering and cultivating new donors at the $10K level or above. The Vice President will develop and implement prospect research best practices, guiding team members on how to discover new and potential donors. Luminis health’s goal is to grow charitable revenue to the organization from $2.5M to $15M, so experience building a program and department will be necessary for success. Key qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years of progressively responsible experience in non-profit advancement and revenue generation.
  • History of success working in a highly matrixed organization, with the ability to influence and generate consensus reaching across organizational boundaries to collaborate and achieve objectives.
  • Proven ability to develop and execute strategies that increase awareness, expand a donor base, and significantly increase revenue.
  • Track record of working with all constituencies to secure gifts at all levels, with an emphasis on building and maintaining individual and corporate relationships.
  • Experience supervising a successful team of fundraisers.
  • Ability to successfully engage senior leaders, Board members, and other volunteers in the advancement process.
  • Demonstrated record of excellent verbal and written communication skills, including strong listening skills, powers of persuasion, and sensitivity to interpersonal dynamics.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required; an advanced degree or professional certification in advancement preferred.

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

40900877 Southern Maryland, MD VP
Executive Director Conservation Voters of Pennsylv

Conservation Voters of Pennsylvania (CVPA) is the statewide political voice for the environment. A rapidly expanding organization, CVPA works to electing environmental champions to state and local offices. Working with allies in the community, CVPA advocates for strong environmental policies and holds elected officials accountable. Through its political work, CVPA is strengthening laws that safeguard the beauty of the state, the health of its communities, and their economic future.

CVPA seeks an Executive Director to set the vision for PA’s environmental future, build partnerships to fight for the future, help the staff see their role in bringing it about, and raise money to bring new tools to the fight for a cleaner, healthier, and more just Commonwealth. As such, the ED leads all the activities of Conservation Voters of PA (501c4), Conservation Voters of PA Action Fund (PAC), and Conservation Voters of PA Victory Fund (SuperPAC), and manages the Civic Engagement Department within PennFuture (501c3). Key qualifications include:

  • History of leading a non-profit organization into the future through fundraising, advocacy, operations, and a clear vision for forward growth.
  • Prior experience working with elected officials to effect legislative change is required.
  • Ability to work with and elicit respect from leaders in the local and national community while fostering support for the organizational mission and initiatives.
  • Experience identifying and building external relationships that lead to financial opportunities for an organization; comfortable in directly soliciting potential funding partners.
  • Ability to understand both the short- and long-term goals of the organization, with an ambitious plan for future growth; must understand where the movement is headed.
  • Strong passion for the Commonwealth and ability to speak knowledgeably about issues affecting the environment.

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

1487783 Philadelphia, PA ED
Vice President of Global Finance Children International

Children International is a leader in the movement to eradicate poverty. From the time they are toddlers to young adults, children living in poverty need long-term support. Children International surrounds kids with a caring team, a safe place and a clear path out of poverty through programs focused on health, education, empowerment through life skills and employment. In 2020, the organization directly supported 200,000 children in 10 countries. Children International’s supporters are inspired to invest as they see children radically change their lives and create a ripple effect that impacts their families and communities for generations to come.

85% of total expenses in 2020 supported programs that helped children, youth, and families during an extraordinarily challenging year. CI is proud of the  high standards they met in achieving that number.

Children International seeks a Vice President of Global Finance to join a team of mission-driven employees and volunteers in an organization known for evolving and transforming to meet the needs of the children and families they serve. As CI adapts to provide a wider range of more impactful programs, they are also diversifying their fundraising from a primarily one-to-one sponsorship model to an approach designed to generate additional funding. As the new global financial leader, the Vice President will help hone financial practices around the world and in doing so, support the teams in delivering greater impact. Key qualifications include:

  • 10 years of senior management experience in a senior finance role working with a budget of $100 million at a minimum, experience in a global operation a plus.
  • Experience with INGO financially related processes such as gifting methods and recognition, foreign exchange and transfer methodologies, Asia/Latin Am financial compliance, global internal audit, real estate and other global risk management, endowment management and grant management.
  • Experience streamlining and refining financial processes in global operations.  Ability to create tools and processes to increase efficiencies, improve data integrity and strengthen auditable work practices worldwide.
  • Strong knowledge of business processes in strategic planning, financial modeling, budgeting, financial reporting, cost benefit analysis, financial portfolio management, currency exchange, global funds transfers, cost accounting and risk management. Ability to tie metrics and data to leading and lagging indicators of overall financial health of the organization and develop strategies to improve.
  • Passion for children and youth and making a difference in the world.
  • MBA or CPA required.

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

29752 Kansas City, MO VP
Chief of Staff The Little Market

The Little Market believes that conscious, ethical purchases can change the world. Rather than solely accepting monetary donations like many other non-profits, The Little Market model relies on product purchases. Instead of donating dollars, they source handmade products from artisan and producer groups around the world to support dignified income opportunities and women’s economic autonomy. This helps them invest the money into their families and their communities at-large.

The Little Market seeks a Chief of Staff (CoS) who will serve as the right-hand to the Co-Founder/CEO, with a bird’s-eye view across the organization, connecting the dots and providing leadership and oversight for the organization’s day-to-day functions. The CoS will be part advisor, part gatekeeper, part problem-solver, and part all-around strategic partner to develop strategy to meet organization goals and advance The Little Market’s mission. The CoS will provide support to the CEO and help her increase organizational integration and effectiveness, and develop strong organizational culture, communications, and cross-organizational planning. The CoS will enable the CEO to focus on broad strategic initiatives both within and beyond the organization, and will follow up on critical projects, carrying initiatives forward with the CEO. Specific qualifications include:

  • Minimum of 8 – 10 years’ experience working as a Chief of Staff or high-level Executive Assistant, supporting senior level executives.
  • Skilled in management and leadership with the ability to direct programs, and cross-functional teams in an efficient and effective manner.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills, including tact, patience, acumen, and the ability to work with many diverse individuals and groups across various functions.
  • Excellent organizational and analytical skills, and the ability to formulate recommendations and improve team dynamics.
  • Comfortable working in a fast-paced environment; and commitment to completing tasks on time and to the highest ethical and professional standards.
  • BA degree in public/non-profit/business administration, and experience working at a non-profit is preferable.

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

3506389 Santa Monica, CA Administrative
Senior Development Director US Navy Memorial Foundation

As a Navy embassy, the US Navy Memorial Foundation (the Navy Memorial) tells the stories of the men and women of the sea services, represented by the iconic Lone Sailor, through thought-provoking programs, unforgettable events, and immersive exhibit experiences that are unique and easily accessible in our nation’s capital and beyond.

With a $5M+ annual budget, the Navy Memorial completes their mission with a Visitor Center, 230-person Arleigh Burke Theater, Navy Log, Ship’s Store, and office spaces located adjacent to the United States Navy Memorial Plaza. Over the past year, the Navy Memorial was forced to pivot its strategic plan in response to the COVID-19 pandemic and has made a lot of headway into providing digital services and online education efforts available to all those who seek them; despite facing challenges, 2020 turned out to be one of the most successful years in the organization’s history.

The US Navy Memorial Foundation seeks a Senior Director of Development who will manage development efforts, working with a small team to cultivate major donors while overseeing the corporate donor program. This individual will be responsible for managing and building relationships with a small portfolio of existing major donors while identifying new prospects through the organization’s direct mail program. The ability to engage and empathize with donors and clearly communicate the organization’s mission is key. The Senior Director reports to the President and CEO, who also serves as the lead on all development efforts and will be a key asset in growing the portfolio. Specific qualifications include:

  • 7-10 years of development experience, specifically in a values-driven organization.
  • Experience developing and meeting budget goals, specifically for major gifts, bequests, and individual giving programs.
  • Ability to support C-suite leaders in marketing and fundraising, both internally and externally, including the President & CEO.
  • Proven track record of effectively spearheading and leading fundraising projects, not just meeting but exceeding goals.
  • A conversational knowledge of the Naval service.
  • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience required.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for the US Navy Memorial 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].

57090499 Washington, DC Senior Director
Executive Director Marine Raider Foundation

The Marine Raider Foundation provides benevolent support to active duty and medically retired MARSOC Raiders and their families, as well as to the families of Raiders who have lost their lives in service to our Nation. Since standing up in May of 2012, the Marine Raider Foundation has provided over $5.5 million in support to MARSOC Marines, Sailors, and their families. The Foundation aims to meet needs unmet by the government with an emphasis on building personal and family resiliency and supporting the full reintegration of MARSOC personnel following wounds, injuries, and extended deployments. The Marine Raider Foundation’s four main programs are: Raider Support, Family Resiliency Support, Tragedy Assistance and Survivor Support, and Raider Legacy & Preservation Support.

Marine Raider Foundation seeks an Executive Director who will be an experienced, entrepreneurial, articulate, and highly motivated professional who can foster relationships with key funding organizations and philanthropic individuals to create enduring partnerships with the Foundation. The Executive Director is expected to have a significant impact on increasing the scale of financial planning, integrity of the organization, and brand development. Specific experience includes:

  • At least five years of leadership and non-profit experience, with a demonstrable track record of successful fundraising and budgeting.
  • Experience leading and motivating a small, diverse staff and Board and fostering a collaborative, results-oriented culture.
  • Track record of increasing revenue at a national level through fundraising and donor relationship-building.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to deal with a wide range of relationships and situations.
  • Excellent communication skills and an effective public speaker. Strong writing and editing skills in traditional and digital media, including proposals, reports, public relations, and press releases. Ability to supervise others in these capacities.
  • An understanding of military values and the issues facing military families is desired.
  • Self-starter with a proven ability to prioritize and manage multiple tasks with varying deadlines.
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution, preferably in business, marketing, public affairs, or a related discipline.

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) is leading this search for the Marine Raider Foundation. Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications are invited to learn more and apply by visiting  https://driconsulting.com/MRF-executive-director or via email at [email protected]

10872148 Remote, Remote ED
Vice President of Strategy Hattaway Communications

Hattaway Communications is a strategic communications firm that uses the power of strategy, science, and storytelling to help visionary leaders and organizations achieve ambitious goals for people and the planet.

The Hattaway brand embodies the following core values:

  • Passion: Hattaway is committed to their clients and their causes, and in reaching the fullest potential in everything they do. They always strive for the highest quality products and experiences for their clients, rather than just being “good enough.”
  • Rigor: Demonstrated through the thoughtful, deliberate, and disciplined approach to their work, delivering on the promise of strategic communications that actually achieve meaningful impact.
  • Imagination: Creative problem-solving drives all of Hattaway’s work.

Hattaway’s work draws on strategic thinking from branding, marketing, politics, and advocacy; insightful research from social science and data science; and the creative disciplines of visual design and storytelling.

Hattaway Communications seeks a Vice President of Strategy to build upon the firm’s strong foundation in innovative communications research and development—and bring to life their vision of executing broad-scale, breakthrough campaigns to touch hearts, change minds, and drive action. Specific requirements include:

  • At least 12-15 years’ experience in integrated campaigns, including experience at a communications agency.
  • A track record in leading, developing, and executing integrated, results-oriented campaigns for corporate, advocacy, non-profit, government, and/or political organizations.
  • Experience building strong teams, including coaching individual members for career growth, recruiting new members, and sustaining a positive, productive team dynamic.
  • Proven skill in using research, data, and insight to achieve meaningful understanding of target audiences, shape strategic thinking, and drive thoughtful tactical execution that engages audiences in new ways.
  • Excellent strategic and creative judgment, and the ability to work productively with creative teams to execute a strategic vision.
  • A proven ability to lead complex projects from beginning to end, meeting high quality standards and challenging deadlines.
  • A commitment to an equitable workplace and the effort it takes to maintain one.
  • The desire to grow with a dynamic firm, and work with others in a collaborative, fast-paced environment.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Hattaway Communications.

2793692229 Washington, DC Vice President
Director of Major Gifts Union of Concerned Scientists

UCS is committed to building an inclusive and equitable workplace culture where talented people of widely diverse backgrounds can thrive. We believe the inclusion of diverse perspectives improves our work and produces better societal and environmental outcomes for all, including communities suffering the worst impacts of pollution and climate change. All staff participate in this commitment whether internally, in building a welcoming workplace culture and /or externally, in ensuring inclusive engagement with supporters, media, vendors, allies and others.

The Director of Major Gifts is responsible for the management of a team that identifies, cultivates, and solicits major gifts from individual prospects and donors in support of the organization’s annual operating budget. They play a central role in developing and implementing major gift strategies and overseeing the myriad processes that keep the eight-person team running smoothly. The Director of Major Gifts serves as a senior member of the development staff and works directly with the President, senior UCS leadership, board members and volunteers in identifying, cultivating and soliciting major donors and prospects

Under the direction of the Chief Development Officer, the Director of Major Gifts is responsible for advancing the major gifts program, including the successful identification, cultivation and solicitation of major gift donors and prospects.  Major gifts are defined as gifts of $25,000+ or more and are predominantly annualized gifts, with a growing number of donors making special one-time gifts. The major gifts team raises approximately a quarter of the organization’s annual budget.

Key Qualifications include

  • Ten years or more development experience with progressive responsibilities is required.
  • Demonstrated success growing a revenue stream of $25,000+ gifts Knowledge of planned giving is preferred.
  • Demonstrated success in individual donor work, including the identification, cultivation and direct solicitation of major gifts.
  • Demonstrated commitment to the creation of a diverse, equitable and inclusive work culture that encourages differences.
  • Previous staff supervision experience required.
  • An ability to manage multiple tasks, plan, organize and triage effectively in a fast-paced environment; work with little direct supervision; and have excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Candidates should have at least a bachelor’s degree, though at UCS, comparable training and/or experience can be substituted for degrees when appropriate.
  • Familiarity with UCS issues and experience fundraising for advocacy organizations preferred.

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) is leading this search for the Union of Concerned Scientists. Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications are invited to learn more and apply by visiting  https://driconsulting.com/director-of-major-gifts or via email at [email protected].

21535 Remote, Director
Senior Manager, Talent and Operations Results for America

Results for America (RFA) is the leading, national non-profit organization helping policymakers at all levels of government harness the power of evidence and data to solve the world’s greatest challenges. Their mission is to make investing in what works the “new normal,” so that, one day, all government leaders use rigorous evidence and quality data to inform important policy and funding decisions. They believe that data-driven and evidence-based policy decisions could significantly increase the impact of the over $1 trillion that governments spend annually to advance economic mobility and racial equity.

Results for America is in its third phase of growth and looking to scale its work across the board in the near term. At this exciting transition point, Results for America seeks a Senior Manager, Talent and Operations, to support the Talent and Operations team at RFA and to help ensure inclusive talent processes in particular. The Senior Manager, Talent and Operations, will report to the Vice President of Talent and Operations and collaborate with the Senior Manager, Human Resources, on a regular basis.

Qualifications include:

  • Appreciation for Results for America’s mission;
  • 8 to 10 years’ experience in a human resource position, with at least 5 years of experience recruiting for entry and intermediate level positions;
  • Highly effective communication skills with the ability to appreciate various viewpoints, share relevant information in a timely manner, and maintain a high level of professionalism;
  • Demonstrated capability in project management, including the ability to lean into multiple projects simultaneously;
  • Strong professional judgment, interpersonal, consultative, facilitation skills with the ability to recognize the need to and maintain confidentiality and build trust across the team;
  • Highly organized and detail-oriented with a demonstrated ability to work independently to drive things to completion;
  • Collegial team player with the ability to be nimble, flexible, and responsive in a dynamic environment; and
  • Strong technical skills (including MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) with the overall ability to quickly learn and utilize various software programs.

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

2783485579 Washington, DC Manager
Director of Marketing & Communications Planet Word

Planet Word is an interactive museum that brings language to life with unique, immersive experiences for people of all ages.

Established by philanthropist and educator Ann Friedman, the museum resides in the Franklin School, a newly restored National Historic Landmark at the corner of 13th and K Streets, NW, in the heart of Washington, DC. The museum has architecturally significant high-tech and media-intensive exhibits and installations. Opened to visitors in October 2020 during the global health pandemic, the museum quickly developed engaging online public and education programming. Planet Word is still at the earliest stages of growth and development as an organization, working to realize the enormous potential of its exhibits and experiences. They anticipate annual visitorship to the museum to be around 150,000 people.

Planet Word is seeking a Director of Marketing & Communications, who is responsible for strategizing, directing, designing, and implementing effective marketing and identity programs and campaigns across diverse media that convey a strong brand. Using the rich datasets Planet Word has captured since before the museum opened, the successful Director will create a data-driven plan to increase earned media, onsite attendance and digital engagement, and public and industry awareness. The Director reports to the Executive Director and works closely with the museum’s CEO and Founder.

Qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years of experience in marketing and communications leadership, including management/supervisory experience.
  • Background in and passion for language in all its forms and iterations. A playful approach to using words in a sparkling, vivid, original way as befits a museum of words and language.
  • Proven track record in creating and guiding sophisticated communications campaigns, including delivering cogent brand messaging to raise an institution’s profile.
  • Ability to implement, manage, and optimize a cost-effective, multi-channel marketing campaign rooted in data, best practices, and innovative strategy.
  • Proven relationships with national and local media, with demonstrated ability to regularly obtain media coverage; existing relationships with cultural/education/current affairs editors, journalists, and social media influencers is preferred.
  • Proven experience managing vendor relationships, providing clear direction and ensuring quality of work from design, print, communications, social media, or other professionals who may do creative work for the museum.
  • Exceptional writing and editing skills; demonstrated ability to generate compelling and effective copy.
  • Extraordinary verbal communication and presentation skills; ability to effectively and authentically exchange ideas with a broad range of constituents.
  • Excellent interpersonal and diplomacy skills; ability to develop and maintain highly productive working relationships with museum colleagues, Board members, donors, volunteers, contractors, and area marketing partners (BID, hotels, etc.).
  • Ability to prioritize, manage a variety of tasks, and meet deadlines with changing priorities, frequent interruptions, and conflicting deadlines.
  • Ability to work evenings, weekends, and off-site as appropriate.

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) is leading this search for Planet Word.

2750817679 Washington, DC Director
Vice President of Finance Episcopal Relief and Development

For over 80 years, Episcopal Relief & Development has been working together with supporters and partners for lasting change around the world. Each year the organization facilitates healthier, more fulfilling lives for more than 3 million people struggling with hunger, poverty, disaster, and disease. Inspired by Jesus’ words in Matthew 25, Episcopal Relief & Development leverages the expertise and resources of Anglican and other partners to deliver measurable and sustainable change in three signature program areas: Women, Children, and Climate.

Episcopal Relief & Development meets all 20 Better Business Bureau Standards for Charity Accountability. They are involved in cooperative efforts through the Anglican Alliance, InterAction, and other agencies to improve practices throughout the relief and development community.

Episcopal Relief & Development seeks a Vice President, Finance to serve as a senior leader responsible for the oversight of all financial functions that support the organization’s core values and strategic goals. Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer, this position is responsible for planning, directing, and ensuring quality control over financial activities and systems and financial risk management. The role includes budgeting, accounting, cash management, auditing, and internal and external financial reporting. Specific qualifications include:

  • 10 years’ experience in financial management with at least seven years supervisory responsibilities.
  • Experience in non-profit accounting required; work with international organizations preferred.
  • Experience in grant accounting with funding from government, multi-lateral, foundation, and corporate donors is essential, with expertise in analysis and negotiation of cost recovery agreements.
  • Experience in the review and communication of financial results, balance sheets, statements of cash flows, and has the ability to build and forecast financial models.
  • Ability to function in both Mac and Windows PC environments, and knowledge of Blackbaud software products (including FENXT, RENXT, Blackbaud Grantmaking) strongly recommended.
  • Master’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or related field required. CPA, CMA, MBA, MPH, MPA or equivalent certification preferred.

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

1458981 New York, NY VP
Director of Advocacy and Judicial Strategies Collaborative for Gender and Reproductive Equity

The Collaborative for Gender + Reproductive Equity (CGRE) is an active, learning community of donors and foundations uniting to advance gender, reproductive, and racial equity. CGRE combines a rigorous, data-driven funding strategy, deep expertise around movement needs and priorities, and trust and credibility with a robust network of national and local partners. Since launching, CGRE has provided over $86.7 million in funding to more than 100 grantee organizations, half of which are led by women of color.

The Gender Equity Action Fund (GEAF) is the only active community of 501(c)(4) funders brought together by a shared mission of protecting and advancing gender, reproductive, and racial equity with game-changing investments. Created in 2019 as an aligned, independent fund to the 501(c)(3) CGRE, GEAF shares the values of prioritizing the work of BIPOC and women-led groups and for creating the conditions for success through state level electoral and policy wins.

CGRE and GEAF seek a Director of Advocacy and Judicial Strategies to lead their advocacy, legislative, and state-judicial grantmaking agendas.

Operating remotely, the Director of Advocacy and Judicial Strategies (the Director), working with the Executive Director, will lead the work of GEAF, the 501(c)(4), and participate as a team member on CGRE, the 501(c)(3). They will work collaboratively with the CGRE team, as well as consultants, outside groups, and grantees to build effective strategies for success, and communicate regularly with the community of donors and Board members on general progress. The ideal Director will have policy and advocacy experience (federal or multi-state) and bring together skills and relationships across a combination of legal and judicial advocacy, issue-specific advocacy, and/or voter engagement and electoral campaign strategies. The Director’s qualifications include:

  • 15 years of progressive experience in organizations advancing gender and racial equity. Direct knowledge of these issues is required, as is a commitment to advancing reproductive justice.
  • A deep understanding of the political landscape, particularly with regard to gender, reproductive rights and racial equity.
  • An understanding of the strategy and tactics used by 501(c)3 and 501(c) 4 organizations, including experience with rapid response to significant current events.
  • Commitment to racial and gender equity and can translate that commitment into powerful strategy, program and processes that drive toward equity.
  • Flexible and eager to contribute to a relatively new team, with an “all hands on deck” approach as responsibilities continue to be developed and refined.
  • Experience working with a high-level Board and in philanthropy a plus, but not required.

CGRE will pay a salary of $180,000 with excellent benefits.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for CGRE and GEAF. 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 Remote, Remote Director
Director of Strategic Advancement Appalachian Voices

For more than a century, Appalachian communities have powered the growth of America’s industrial might. Today, Appalachia is on the frontlines of an American energy transition. Together with local citizens, Appalachian Voices fights to protect the land, air, and water of the region and to build a generative and equitable clean energy economy that fosters local prosperity and achieves meaningful and lasting change across the country. Appalachian Voices is fueled by an abiding love for our common resources. It respects the depth and complexity of the region’s history and honors cultural traditions that uphold the integrity of the land and people.

The Director of Strategic Advancement for Appalachian Voices will be responsible for ensuring fundraising revenue from institutional donors to meet the programmatic needs of the organization. The Director will play an important role in creating a strategy to identify, cultivate, and solicit partnerships with philanthropic partners; work closely with Appalachian Voices’ senior leaders to connect funding opportunities to organizational programs; and develop strategic stewardship efforts to keep all funders engaged in the Appalachian Voices’ mission. Key qualifications include:

  • Previous fundraising strategy and/or program experience with a proven track record of institutional donor cultivation and acquisition.
  • Proven ability to fundraise for programmatic work, with a record of receiving 5- and 6-figure foundation gifts.
  • Experience developing strategies to diversify a donor base and increase annual revenue. Ability to secure gifts from strategically aligned foundations.
  • Record of successfully engaging leadership and Board members in the fundraising process.
  • Dedication to the organization’s mission and willingness to develop/expand expertise in the environmental space.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required.

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


327316 Charlottesville, VA Director
Vice President of Institutional Advancement Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities

The Vice President of Institutional Advancement is a member of the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities’ (LEH) leadership team, responsible for all fundraising, development, and advancement activities, including advancement communications. The VP of Institutional Advancement will be an energetic and dynamic professional to lead and inspire staff, partners, board members, and constituents. The Vice President will identify, expand and build relationships and partnerships with potential donor constituencies (foundations, individuals, corporations) and utilize the network of key stakeholders including the Board of Directors. The Vice President will be responsible for developing a comprehensive plan to establish, implement and sustain infrastructure needed to grow development results. The Vice President, Institutional Advancement will maintain his/her own portfolio of major donor and potential donor relationships. The Vice President will aptly intertwine LEH’s multiple programs with fundraising initiatives. Specific qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited four-year university is required.
  • Master’s Degree is preferred.
  • Minimum five years of demonstrated senior-level fundraising experience is required.
  • Experience in all fundraising techniques, including foundation and major donor solicitation, corporate grant-seeking, grant writing, Board relations, government grant development, special events, annual funding, and online campaigns.
  • Proven ability to build upon a branding strategy that supports all fundraising and program efforts.
  • Familiarity with estate, financial planning, and planned giving.
  • Prior nonprofit experience is preferred.
  • Ability to build, guide and lead all areas of Institutional Advancement.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with all levels of the organization.
  • Superior analytic skills to formulate information into a sound, well-organized plan.
  • A proven track record in grants management, especially federal grants.
  • Ability to develop strategies to achieve organizational goals.
  • A multi-tasker with the ability to wear many hats in a fast-paced environment.
  • Personal qualities of integrity, credibility, and dedication to the mission of the LEH.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities.

76223302 New Orleans, LA Vice President
Vice President, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Ceres

Ceres is a sustainability non-profit organization working with the most influential investors and companies to build leadership and drive solutions throughout the economy. Ceres tackles the world’s biggest sustainability challenges, including climate change, water scarcity and pollution, and inequitable workplaces. Ceres is transforming the economy to build a sustainable future for people and the planet.

Ceres is searching for an experienced professional to lead the organization’s DEI journey. The Vice President of DEI will lead on development, implementation, and oversight of Ceres’ DEI strategy for internal organizational work and guide staff to develop and implement goals. The Vice President will serve on the Executive Team (ET) and guide the team on building and leading an inclusive, anti-racist organization.

The Vice President of DEI will report to the CEO and work across the organization to provide leadership and to develop a DEI strategy. The position is well-suited for someone with strong DEI strategy design and management capabilities. They will work with all of Ceres’ teams to develop multi-year goals and partner with Ceres’ Innovation and Evaluation (I&E) Team to evaluate progress toward those goals to measure impact. Specific qualifications include:

  • 10 years of relevant strategy and culture change work experience in roles of progressive responsibility.
  • Prior experience leading DEI efforts in a growing organization.
  • Proven track record of results-driven strategic management is required, including demonstrated success in guiding senior staff to achieve goals.
  • Demonstrated record of working with senior staff to develop and achieve goals.
  • Experience supervising staff, including ability to provide feedback, training, and support staff professional development.
  • Broad understanding of how to build effective collaborations across organizational departments, and with different levels of staff across the organization.
  • Interest in being part of a diverse workforce and willingness to support Ceres’ Commitment to Inclusion and Equity.

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) is leading this search for Ceres. 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]

236658 , VP
Director of Development, Foundation Relations Urban Institute

The Urban Institute is a prominent nonpartisan economic and social policy research institution based in Washington, D.C. Urban believes in the power of evidence to improve lives and strengthen communities, empowering employees to open minds, shape decisions, and offer solutions. They encourage intellectual honesty, innovation, diversity, and mutual respect, elevating the debate wherever it takes place.

Founded in 1968 by Lyndon B. Johnson, Urban has worked for more than 50 years to find evidence-based solutions to support families’ economic security, promote racial and economic justice, and revitalize communities. In partnership with prominent agents of change, Urban is pursuing a vision where all people have the chance to thrive in communities that are rich with opportunity.

Urban seeks a new Director of Development, Foundation Relations, who will be a key partner in the continued transformation of fundraising for the organization and expansion of the Development team. The Director will coach and collaborate with a diverse group of researchers, policy analysts, and technical experts to articulate value propositions for current and prospective institutional donors; support the development of multi-million dollar initiatives aligned with Urban’s strategic priorities; and serve as ambassadors for the Institute’s research and reputation, establishing and sustaining relationship with high-level institutional staff to advance fundraising goals.

Ideal candidates will have:

  • At least 10 years of experience in institutional fundraising, preferably including work in a large, complex organization.
  • Experience identifying prospective funders whose interests align with Urban’s programs and working with other staff to develop proposals.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of all phases of securing major institutional donations, from identifying a new generation of prospects to building relationships with foundation staff and writing persuasive proposals.
  • Ability to advance multiple projects while managing deadlines.
  • Exceptional writing skills, with substantial experience developing a range of funder communications materials.
  • Desire to be a collaborative member of a close-knit, intellectually curious team.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required.

DRi is leading this search for Urban Institute.

Washington, DC Director
Foundation Officer Hearing Health Foundation

Hearing Health Foundation (HHF) was founded as the Deafness Research Foundation in 1958 by Collette Ransey Baker, who lived with a substantial hearing loss. Since then, HHF has become the largest non-profit funder of hearing research in the US and a leader in driving new innovations and treatments for people with hearing loss. This includes funding research that led to the development of cochlear implants and many of today’s standard treatments for otosclerosis (abnormal bone growth in the ear) and ear infections. They are seeking to fill two roles within their organization, Major Gift Officer and Foundation Officer.

HHF seeks a Foundation Officer to contribute to their effort of preventing and curing hearing loss and tinnitus through groundbreaking research. The Officer reports to the President and CEO and is a vital member of the Development Team, responsible for working with the President to advance relationships with private and family foundations; as a new role for HHF, there are tremendous opportunities to build and expand existing relationships while creating a potentially new pipeline of business. This comprehensive role coordinates HHF’s internal systems to steward and cultivate institutional donors; ensures the timely development, submission, and management of grant and sponsorship proposals; and applies best practices for funder tracking, acknowledgement, and reporting.

Specific qualifications for the role include:

  • 3-5 years of grant solicitation experience, with the knowledge and capacity to work on every aspect of the grant life-cycle.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required; a relevant advanced degree is a plus.
  • Technology skills, to include Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Google’s suite of services.
  • Excellent writing skills, including the ability to turn programs into compelling value propositions and to edit the writing of others.
  • Demonstrates thoroughness and rigor, displays outstanding project and deadline management skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to steward positive relationships with organizational partners who contribute to the proposal and reporting process.
  • Experience identifying the giving priorities of private foundations and of developing successful proposals that align them with organizational needs.
  • Comfort and polish in dealing with senior executives.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Hearing Health Foundation.

2724852 Remote, Officer
Major Gift Officer Hearing Health Foundation

Hearing Health Foundation (HHF) was founded as the Deafness Research Foundation in 1958 by Collette Ransey Baker, who lived with a substantial hearing loss. Since then, HHF has become the largest non-profit funder of hearing research in the US and a leader in driving new innovations and treatments for people with hearing loss. This includes funding research that led to the development of cochlear implants and many of today’s standard treatments for otosclerosis (abnormal bone growth in the ear) and ear infections. They are seeking to fill two roles within their organization, Major Gift Officer and Foundation Officer.

HHF seeks a Major Gift Officer to join the fundraising team and expand an existing major giving portfolio to increase revenue for the organization. Reporting to and working closely with the President & CEO, the MGO will create, manage, and steward a portfolio of approximately 250 assigned and qualified donors. He/she will work with these donors to achieve higher levels of engagement to ensure that HHF can continue to grow into the future, providing the quality of services their donors have come to expect.

Specific qualifications for the role include:

  • At least five years of successful individual major giving experience, to include directly soliciting gifts from high-net-worth individuals.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent is required.
  • Knowledge of the principles of major donor pipeline management and a 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, as appropriate.
  • Exceptional organizational skills and judgment are necessary to manage competing priorities and longer-term projects.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office 365, as well as industry-standard research and analytics processes.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Hearing Health Foundation.

2724852 Remote, Remote Officer
Marketing Director ActBlue

ActBlue builds and maintains a powerful online fundraising platform for Democratic campaigns, progressive organizations, and non-profits working to create a better future. ActBlue puts power in the hands of small-dollar donors by making it easier for grassroots supporters to make their voices heard and by helping thousands of groups — from presidential candidates to environmental organizations — build people-powered movements.

The Communications and Marketing Department is the keeper of ActBlue’s brand and lead storyteller. ActBlue’s Marketing team is responsible for promoting ActBlue’s tools, services, impact, and brand, to both a professional audience made up of campaign and organization staffers and leaders, as well as to the donors who use ActBlue’s platform to give. ActBlue is seeking an experienced and creative marketer with a passion for helping people engage in the civic process to join the department as a strategic, cross-departmental leader to grow and refine its marketing and branding efforts. ​Qualifications include:

  • Dedication to ActBlue’s work of empowering small-dollar donors.
  • 10+ years total experience in the marketing/communications field.
  • Experience in strategic planning and execution – demonstrated success in operating at a high level strategically, with the willingness to “roll up your sleeves” and ensure that marketing plans are successfully implemented. 
  • Experience with all aspects of digital marketing, from SEO to email marketing.
  • Ability to build relationships with a number of stakeholders to inform strategy and improve execution.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills. 
  • Exceptional project management skills, including the ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously. 
  • 3+ years people management experience, with a preference for someone with experience building out a team. 
  • Commitment to building actively anti-racist systems, projects, and teams.

DRi is leading this search for ActBlue.

72201 Remote, Remote Director
Vice President, Marketing & Communications AccessLex Institute

Since 1983, AccessLex Institute has continually evolved to meet the ever-changing challenges and needs of the law students and institutions that they serve. They are steadfast in their commitment to inform students of the economic realities of law school without limiting their aspirations. They conduct and commission research to illuminate the latest data and evidence on the most critical issues facing legal education today. As a nonprofit organization underpinned by nearly 200 American Bar Association-approved nonprofit and state-affiliated law schools, AccessLex is dedicated to the betterment of legal education.

The Vice President, Marketing and Communications plays a central role in the success of the Company. This position is responsible for leading strategic and tactical efforts to further the identity and reputation of the Company, its Centers and its nonprofit products and services. The Vice President reports directly to the President and CEO and will lead a team that is tasked with creating and disseminating a wide range of content across many different channels in support of the continued acceptance and growth of the Company’s brand and market share/penetration of its products and services, while advancing the Company’s positioning as a leading and trusted voice in the legal education space. Specific qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s degree in communications, marketing or a related field.
  • Minimum ten years of directly related experience in a similar role.
  • Demonstrated leadership and supervisory skills, including the ability to lead teams through change, measure and manage performance and develop processes and policies designed to optimize the effectiveness and productivity of the department and its members.
  • Able to think and act both analytically and strategically and interpret data from diverse sources to recommend a course of action; and
  • Demonstrated understanding of principles, strategy and methods in the areas of marketing, advertising, public relations, design and web.
  • Able to lead the integration of marketing principles, strategies and techniques into web design and development.
  • Demonstrated critical thinking and problem-solving skills.
  • Strong attention to detail and organization skills with proven ability to multi-task, adhere to deadlines and respond quickly when necessary.
  • Hands-on experience building and running marketing campaigns. Deep understanding of digital marketing technology (social media platforms, SEO, etc.);
  • Self-starter with a sense of urgency, a clear set of priorities, a strong work ethic, and the ability to adapt to changing circumstances in a highly collaborative environment.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for AccessLex.

14543 West Chester, PA VP
Board Member MSI US

MSI US is a leading provider of sexual and reproductive health services globally, empowering women and men to have children by choice not chance.

MSI is a non-profit, non-governmental organization and a global leader in family planning, working to eliminate unmet need for sexual and reproductive health services around the world. MSI delivers affordable, high-quality contraception, safe abortion, and post-abortion care to millions of the world’s poorest and most vulnerable individuals.​

Founded in 1976 in London, MSI operates in 37 countries across six continents. With over 10,000 team members, more than 90% of whom work in their home countries, MSI works to eliminate unsafe abortion and ensure that anyone who wants contraception can access it. In several locations, MSI also provides pre-natal and delivery services.

​The MSI United States Board provides oversight and governance of MSI US, participates in strategic planning and leadership, and supports the President and staff in advancing the organization’s mission. Board Members are dedicated volunteers who help to raise awareness and increase donations for the organization. MSI US is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion, and seeks passionate, committed leaders to serve as volunteer Board members who are passionate about protecting the right to reproductive choice and MSI US’ mission of “children by choice, not chance.” The MSI US Board is comprised of 15 seats; Board Members serve an initial term of three years and are eligible for re-appointment for a second three-year term. After two consecutive three-year terms, a break of one year is required before a former Board Member is eligible to serve for another three-year term.​

Qualifications include:

  • Leadership: Serve as a trusted advisor to the President in developing and implementing the strategic priorities of the organization.​
  • Governance: Assist the MSI US Board Chair and President in developing the Board and in identifying and recruiting others for Board service.​
  • Oversight: Review the annual budget and refer it for final approval to the CEO and Trustees of MSI; review and approve annual audit reports and IRS tax filings; review and assess organizational performance against agreed goals each year. Board Members should be informed of, understand, and be able to fulfill all legal and fiduciary responsibilities.​
  • Fundraising: Make MSI US a personal philanthropic priority and help to raise a minimum amount in annual support by building awareness and tapping into personal networks.

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) is leading this search for MSI US.

2757109932 Flexible, Flexible Board Member
Senior Director Development, Foundation Relations Urban Institute

The Urban Institute is a prominent nonpartisan economic and social policy research institution based in Washington, D.C. Urban believes in the power of evidence to improve lives and strengthen communities, empowering employees to open minds, shape decisions, and offer solutions. They encourage intellectual honesty, innovation, diversity, and mutual respect, elevating the debate wherever it takes place.

Founded in 1968 by Lyndon B. Johnson, Urban has worked for more than 50 years to find evidence-based solutions to support families’ economic security, promote racial and economic justice, and revitalize communities. In partnership with prominent agents of change, Urban is pursuing a vision where all people have the chance to thrive in communities that are rich with opportunity.

Urban seeks a new Senior Director of Development, Foundation Relations, who will be a key partner in the continued transformation of fundraising for the organization and expansion of the Development team. The Senior Director will: coach and collaborate with a diverse group of researchers, policy analysts, and technical experts to articulate value propositions for current and prospective institutional donors; support the development of multi-million-dollar initiatives aligned with Urban’s strategic priorities; and serve as ambassadors for the Institute’s research and reputation, establishing and sustaining relationship with high-level institutional staff to advance fundraising goals. The Senior Director serves on a small team of senior strategists and fundraisers to shape the direction of the Urban Institute and elevate its influence.

Ideal candidates will have:

  • More than 12 years of progressively responsible experience in institutional fundraising, preferably in a large, complex organization.
  • Senior Director: Deep experience with major foundations, including establishing relationships, cultivating and stewarding program officers. Ability to become a trusted partner of researchers, facilitating and guiding their engagement in the development process.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of all phases of securing major institutional donations, from identifying a new generation of prospects to building relationships with foundation staff and writing persuasive proposals.
  • Ability to advance multiple projects while managing deadlines.
  • Exceptional writing skills, with substantial experience developing a range of funder communications materials.
  • Desire to be a collaborative member of a close-knit, intellectually curious team.
  • Bachelor’s degree is required.

DRi is leading this search for Urban Institute.

13118 Washington, DC Director
Director of Development Council of Korean Americans

Council of Korean Americans (CKA) is the leading independent, nonpartisan, national leadership organization for Korean Americans. We are dedicated to connecting, inspiring, and equipping multi-generational leaders for greater influence and impact.

CKA began in 2011 as a volunteer group of Korean American leaders in San Francisco, Washington DC, and Los Angeles who wanted to build a national organization to strengthen the voice, visibility, and influence of our community. Today, CKA is a vibrant national membership organization connecting and aligning Korean American executives and trailblazers across multiple sectors. In 2018, CKA’s National Summit & Gala drew more than 600 participants. In 2019, CKA launched six critical initiatives to achieve our mission by engaging experts and professionals, elevating the leadership skills of our members, and promoting greater awareness of the concerns of the Korean American community.

The Council of Korean Americans seeks an energetic self-starter with strong development skills and a desire to make a difference in the lives of Korean Americans. The Director will assess CKA’s existing fundraising infrastructure and lead the design of a robust program that capitalizes on the organization’s unique leadership position. An assertive and nimble leader, the Director will work well independently and as part of a team, partnering with and positioning the Executive Director to maximize engagement with different types of donors.

Qualifications for ideal candidates include:

  • At least five years of experience in individual major gifts fundraising; experience soliciting and closing six-figure gifts preferred.
  • Experience with the Korean American community and an understanding of how to be successful in this space is preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to create successful cultivation and stewardship strategies that lead to long-term donor relationships.
  • Experience partnering with a CEO, other senior staff leaders, or Board members to deepen stakeholder engagement and increase investments in an organization.
  • Persuasive written, oral, interpersonal, and presentation skills, with the ability to effectively interact with a wide range of individuals.
  • A bachelor’s degree is required.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for CKA.

2569341 Washington, DC Director
Chief Scientific Officer National Quality Forum

The National Quality Forum (NQF) is the only consensus-based healthcare organization in the nation as defined by the Office of Management and Budget. This status allows the federal government to rely on NQF-defined measures or healthcare practices as the best, evidence-based approaches to improving care. The federal government, states, and private-sector organizations use NQF’s endorsed measures, which must meet rigorous criteria, to evaluate performance and share information with patients and their families.

NQF was created in 1999 by a coalition of public- and private-sector leaders after the President’s Advisory Commission on Consumer Protection and Quality in the Healthcare Industry concluded that an organization like NQF was needed to promote and ensure patient protections and healthcare quality through measurement and public reporting. NQF is committed to helping our nation achieve better and affordable care, and improving the overall health of Americans.

They are seeking a Chief Scientific Officer who will have overarching responsibility for the strategic direction and leadership of NQF’s quality measurement programs and partnerships. This role has both critical outward- and inward-facing dimensions. Externally, this leader is a prominent face of NQF’s expertise, integrity, and leadership in the science of quality measurement and the art of using measurement to drive improvement. Internally, this leader oversees a multidisciplinary team that executes highly visible federally contracted programs, including endorsement and maintenance of the nation’s portfolio of quality measures and processes for advising the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) on measures to be used in its value-based payment programs, and multi-stakeholder initiatives that seek alignment among public and private sector uses of performance measures. The Chief Scientific Officer will also have lead responsibility for developing and executing new strategic initiatives, including those that will engage public and private sector stakeholders in advancing the next generation of measures and measure infrastructure required to further the success of value-based payment and to achieve health equity. This is an exciting opportunity for a leader with deep expertise in the field of quality measurement and improvement, a proven track record as a leader and manager, and a passion for improving the quality, outcomes, and affordability of health care.


Quality Program Oversight

  • Oversee the management of NQF’s core quality measure programs, including consensus-based processes by which NQF manages the endorsement and maintenance of our nation’s portfolio of quality measures and advises CMS on measures to be used in its programs
  • Build and maintain exceptional relationship quality with federal agencies and deliver with excellence on federally contracted work
  • Expand public and private sector partnerships to advance priority areas of measurement and improvement
  • Manage a departmental budget of over $15 million
  • Oversee management of contracts, including staffing, budgets, and deliverables

Strategic Initiatives & Mission-Driven Growth

  • Develop and lead strategic initiatives that address public and private sector stakeholder priorities for next generation measures and measure infrastructure, including the uses of clinical and patient-reported data at scale
  • Partner with NQF Product and Quality Innovation teams to conceive, test, and build new product lines that meet critical needs of purchasers, private payers, and federal and state governments
  • Further external relationships with diverse stakeholders, including sectors that have not historically been engaged with NQF’s mission and work
  • Represent NQF at external meetings and in forums that support our efforts to use measurement to drive improved healthcare quality, outcomes, and affordability

Organizational Leadership

  • Oversee more than 30 staff, furthering a culture of collaboration and excellence
  • Cultivate a leadership team that excels at coaching and mentoring staff to enable their success
  • Serve as a member of the NQF Executive Team
  • Serve as an influential presence with external stakeholders, including through speaking, writing, and facilitating convened discussions



Advanced degree in a clinical discipline, public health, or healthcare management

Professional Qualifications:

  • A minimum of 15 years of progressive experience in healthcare quality measurement and improvement, with a proven track record of effectiveness
  • Deep expertise in the science of quality measurement, ideally with experience in measure development and validation, and with implementation of measures in clinical settings or population-based programs
  • Proven track record for building and managing high-performing teams
  • Demonstrated success in building consensus and achieving compelling results in programs with diverse stakeholder perspectives
  • Experience in government contracting and working with health-related federal agencies
  • Successful track record of generating revenue through developing and deploying strategic initiatives that address stakeholder needs
  • Respected thought-leader in the field of quality measurement and improvement, with a strong track record of speaking and writing

Personal Characteristics:

  • Great collaborator who thrives in a culture of individual and shared accountability
  • Passion for improving health care quality, outcomes, and affordability
  • Entrepreneurial spirit with a high level of energy, dedication, and an unrelenting drive to succeed and win
  • Embracing radical candor – caring personally and challenging directly with direct reports, peers, and all team members
  • Strong analytic thinker and gifted communicator – able to break down issues and present logical solutions in a clear, compelling way both in writing and orally
  • Impeccable attention to detail and to executing with excellence
  • Exceptional listener and consensus builder
  • Strong business acumen and a bias for action
  • Compelling executive presence


The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Physical demands

While performing duties of job, employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; talk and hear. Employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

Work environment

In the primary environment, the noise level is quiet to moderate with ambient room temperatures, lighting, and traditional office equipment as found in a typical office environment.

118535 Washington, DC C-Suite
Board Member Action Against Hunger

Action Against Hunger is a global humanitarian organization committed to ending world hunger. The organization helps malnourished children and provides communities with access to safe water and sustainable solutions to hunger. As the world’s leading hunger specialist, Action Against Hunger’s primary goal is to create a better way to deal with hunger. For 40 years, the organization has led the global movement that aims to end life-threatening hunger for good within this lifetime. Their teams have been on the front lines, treating and preventing malnutrition across more than 50 countries around the world, helping people in need. Action Against Hunger’s lifesaving impact is supported by 7,500+ field staff assisting more than 21 million people responding to emergencies caused by conflict, natural disasters, and food crises.

Board of Directors of Action Against Hunger-USA are responsible for setting the strategic direction of the organization through a strong governance mechanism including a fiduciary responsibility to protect the assets of the organization to assure its growth and sustainability. They should have a passion for their mission and ideally, a specific interest in or connection to the areas they where we work. AAH USA is part of the Against Hunger global network, with a focus on countries in East Africa and Haiti.

Benefits of Board Members:

  • Fulfillment in being part of a mission that saves countless number of lives and provides hope to children.
  • Networking opportunities with accomplished professionals.
  • The honor of association with one of the most highly regarded and effective organizations in the humanitarian aid sector.
  • The opportunity to learn from other Board of Directors to strengthen one’s own leadership.
  • Public recognition through Action Against Hunger’s website and other communication materials.
  • The opportunity to visit a field program to enhance one’s outlook and deepen commitment to serve the vulnerable and less fortunate in society.

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) is leading this search for Action Against Hunger.

1607225 Remote, Remote Board Member
President/CEO Farmworker Justice

Farmworker Justice (FJ) is a nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C., that works to empower farmworkers – people who labor on farms and ranches — to improve their wages and working conditions, occupational safety, immigration status, health and access to health care, and access to justice. They collaborate with farmworker organizations across the nation.

Farmworker Justice is seeking a new President to lead the organization in the day-to-day pursuit of its mission, appearing on behalf of the organization and the movement it represents, responsible for fundraising, directing its programmatic, policy and legal activities and carrying out strategies and policies set by the Board.

The President is expected to be a collaborative leader and team builder who, with the Farmworker Justice staff, builds and maintains strong partnerships with farmworker organizations, allied groups, policymakers, federal and state agency leaders, funders, the Farmworker Justice Advisory Council members, other volunteers, and progressive voices in the labor, immigrant, environmental public health, food and agricultural worker communities. Specific qualifications include:

  • Proven experience in management, communications, fundraising, policy making, advocacy, and litigation.
  • A four-year college degree or the equivalent experience; a law degree is helpful but not required.
  • Understanding of and sensitivity to the difficult lives that most farmworkers and their families endure.
  • An awareness of current law, policies and customs that impact farmworkers.
  • Insight into the courts and legal processes to help determine when FJ can play a useful role in challenging or supporting challenges to unjust policies and systemic abuses.
  • Knowledge of the key players and forces at work in Congress, the Administration and the food and agricultural industries.
  • Knowing how to develop successful advocacy strategies for implementation in Washington, D.C., the states and at the grassroots level.
  • Experience in recruiting training, leading and retaining quality staff people who are values-driven.
  • Ability to take the lead in fundraising and the pursuit of new funders, engaging the Board, Advisory Council, and other staff when appropriate.
  • Ability to use technology and social media to create and execute a public relations and communication strategy.
  • Foreign language skills, particularly Spanish.
  • Ability to travel frequently, mostly within the U.S.

Salary: $140,000-$156,000.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Farmworker Justice.

Consultant: Jennifer Dunlap- 703-718-4760​ | [email protected]

5349098 Washington, DC CEO
Executive Director HaitiChildren

HaitiChildren’s (HC) mission is to create the future leaders of Haiti through the provision of education, healthcare, advocacy, and care for abandoned children with quantifiable accountability measures.

HaitiChildren began in 1994 when Susie Krabacher made her first trip to Haiti and began helping the people of Cite Soleil. Today, HC has grown to care for over 1,500 people daily across all programs. HC is an organization that provides care and education to abandoned, orphaned, and disabled children in Haiti. In their 25-year history, the organization has cared for Haiti’s most vulnerable children and established a reputation for excellence in their comprehensive and community-based programming, including free water distribution to local communities.

HC has developed systems and procedures that create a healthy environment and work to bring about systemic and lasting solutions for this overlooked population. They provide food, shelter, education, and most importantly, a loving environment that builds character and integrity.

HC is prepared to transition from an entrepreneurial organization to a more corporate organization, and the Executive Director (ED) will play a key role in advancing those plans. The ED will play a leadership role in creating a dynamic and financially sound organization, an active Board of Directors, effective staff, and supportive volunteers and donors. In particular, the ED will provide strategic direction for the organization and ensure effective monitoring and outcomes of all HC programs. Specific qualifications include:

  • At least five years experience running a non-profit organization or international program with an operational budget of at least $1 million.
  • Proven experience in fundraising, including results from foundations and major individual donors funding international work.
  • Strong connections with, and understanding of, the foundation world and individual philanthropists.
  • Practical knowledge of grassroots community initiatives in Haiti, the Caribbean basin, or Latin America.
  • Excellent written and verbal skills relevant to cross-cultural work; good public speaking skills.
  • Strong leadership skills and the ability to recruit and motivate staff and volunteers.
  • Practical knowledge of financial management.
  • A commitment to, and an ability to articulate, a progressive model of philanthropy.
  • Candidate should hold a Masters or Bachelor’s Degree.
  • French/Creole a strong asset, but not essential.
  • Good computer skills; Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Travel to Haiti, when deemed secure, is required 3-4 times per year.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for HaitiChildren.

Consultant: Jennifer Dunlap- 703-718-4760​ | [email protected]

64606945 Flexible, Flexible Director
Director of Philanthropy Peterson Institute for International Economics

The Peterson Institute for International Economics (PIIE) is an independent nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization dedicated to strengthening prosperity and human welfare in the global economy through expert analysis and practical policy solutions. Policy makers, peers, and the media have recognized PIIE’s contributions as a principled force and catalyst for the world economy. PIIE has been recognized with Prospect’s Best Economic and Financial Think Tank award, for 5 consecutive years, and has been rated as the #1 International and Economics Policy Think Tank in the world in the Global Go To Think Tank Index Report, by the Think Tank and Civil Societies Program of the Lauder Institute of the University of Pennsylvania.

The Peterson Institute for International Economics is seeking an experienced and passionate fundraising professional to serve in the newly created position of Director of Philanthropy (the Director). Reporting to the Vice President for Development and External Affairs, The Director will serve on the PIIE Development team and interact with PIIE leadership, Board members, and donors in the execution of fundraising initiatives.

While PIIE’s reputation stands at the top of its peer group, PIIE’s Executive Committee and Leadership have recently undertaken a complete review of its Development strategy, and are executing the strategic plan including: professionalizing its Development team and systems; integrating the Development and External Relations functions; broadening targeting efforts and more actively engaging donors and stakeholders; taking a global view to setting the Institute’s priorities and fundraising in support of the most critical PIIE research areas/themes/future projects. Qualifications include:

  • 10 or more years of professional, relevant experience with at least half in fundraising/development and external relations at leadership levels, is required. A Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree preferred.
  • The ability to conceptualize, plan, and implement a strategic approach to building relationships and securing philanthropic support from individuals, corporations, and foundations.
  • Strong, proven record of fundraising success, particularly including identification and relationship building. Experience in all the phases of prospect development from identification through stewardship.
  • An understanding of PIIE’s mission and areas of focus and an ability to articulate the mission and impact of PIIE to current and potential donors. Familiarity with policy research, think tanks, and the landscape of issues in international economics is a positive.
  • Organizational leadership experience, including leading teams effectively to achieve goals.
  • Experience playing a major role in a Capital Campaign, including pipelines, prospect tracking, task assignment, and maintenance of timelines.
  • Experience with CRM systems (preferably Salesforce) and analytic tools.
  • Intellectual acuity and curiosity; poise, self-confidence and a healthy sense of humor.
  • Ability to travel internationally.

Salary: $150,000

Consultant: Doug Trout – 703-718-4761 | [email protected]

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) is leading this search for The Trace.

1584176 Washington, DC Director
Director of Development The Trace

The Trace is building the only newsroom exclusively dedicated to reporting on our country’s gun violence crisis. As a nonprofit media organization, it uses the power of journalism to improve public understanding, increase accountability, and identify solutions that can lead to safer homes and communities for all Americans. During these uncertain times, The Trace’s articles and investigations are making a difference and its financial support has remained steady. Now The Trace is looking to fill a new role, Director of Development, to accelerate fundraising and help fuel its next phase of growth.

The Director of Development will partner with the Managing Director to establish and expand revenue programs essential to long-term sustainability and impact, with an emphasis on major giving and reader donations. Ideally, the successful candidate will have both a track record of raising funds for mission-driven organizations and familiarity and comfort with the logistics of non-profit development. Qualifications include:

  • Excellent communication and writing skills, with an ability to connect with people virtually, in-person (once safe to do so), and in deftly composed letters and emails.
  • An understanding of the public benefits that journalism provides, a commitment to The Trace’s unique mission, and a talent for conveying the importance of non-profit work to new stakeholders and audiences.
  • A proven ability to increase unrestricted revenues and active donors through major giving, mid-level giving, and member or annual giving.
  • Strong project management, data management, basic spreadsheet, and online research skills.
  • 7+ years of related experience and success. (If your work has involved helping organizations grow, cultivating business relationships, using your communications skills to achieve goals, and fruitful collaboration, we encourage you to apply.)

Salary Range: $100,000 to $125,000

Benefits: No-cost medical, dental, and vision insurance; 12 weeks of fully paid family leave; and generous paid-time off policies.

Since its launch in 2015, The Trace has co-produced or co-published articles with 277 news organizations and been cited more than 8,900 times by national and local news organizations, as well as by numerous policymakers, scholars, educators, and cultural influencers. Its journalism has informed legislation and reforms at the federal, state, and local level and created consequences for special interests and underperforming officials who stand in the way of progress. Reporting by The Trace has also earned honors and recognition from the National Association of Black Journalists, the Online News Association, and Society of Professional Journalists, and the Livingston Awards for young journalists.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for The Trace. The Trace is committed to diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging and strongly encourages applications from women, people of color, people with disabilities, and LGBTQ+ people.

10535726 Flexible, Flexible Director
Director of Communications ACLU of Texas

The American Civil Liberties Union of Texas (ACLU of Texas) is the leading civil rights organization in the Lone Star State. Since 1938, ACLU of Texas has worked in the courts, the legislature, and through public education to protect civil rights and individual liberty. The ACLU of Texas began its work with the San Antonio pecan sheller’s strike of 1938, where laborers who tried to exercise their rights to free speech and free association to improve their working conditions were met with a brutal response by law enforcement. With the help of the ACLU of Texas the shellers ultimately won their battle, and the ACLU of Texas has remained on the front lines of the fight for civil liberties ever since. Today, the ACLU of Texas continues its work to secure and protect civil rights for Texans throughout the state. In the
courts and in the legislature, fighting for smart justice reforms that treat everyone fairly. The ACLU of Texas fights for immigrants who have been unconstitutionally detained and discriminated against; for racial equality, LGBTQ equality and for reproductive freedom.

ACLU of Texas is seeking a Director of Communications to lead the development and implementation of a comprehensive communications strategy. The Director serves as a member of the ACLU of Texas senior management team and contributes at a high level to advance the organization’s goals. The Director of Communications will exhibit outstanding interpersonal skills and be able
to problem-solve, multi-task, respond swiftly to a sometimes wildly changing landscape, and work independently as well with others as a part of a collaborative team environment. The successful candidate will have a commitment to racial equity, diversity and belonging with an approach that values the individual and respects differences and builds networks to move issues to action. Qualifications include:

  • 8 to 10 years of increasingly responsibility in strategic communications, increasing responsibility, press and media outreach, and/or campaign management and issue advocacy.
  • At least 5 years of management experience and 3 years in a senior management role.
  • Proven track record of launching major, innovative national and state communications campaigns designed to affect change and build a movement.
  • Outstanding political judgment and ability to work across the political spectrum. Experience working with or in a nonprofit or
    government supporting communications and marketing.
  • Ability to use a mix of media to achieve advocacy goals (including print and digital, social media platforms, in-person presentations, videos, brochures, etc. to reach and persuade specific audiences).
  • Excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication, and presentation skills with a demonstrated ability to communicate effectively, compellingly, comfortably, and respectfully with donors, public and staff, and lay leaders in conversation or print.
  • Experience with recruiting, developing, and managing a highly talented and diverse staff, as well as overseeing budget and administration.
  • Ability to appreciate and contribute to an environment that values integrity, adaptability, reliability, collaboration, a commitment to learning, and advocacy.

Salary: Starting at $110,000

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for ACLU of Texas.

16243134 Houston, TX Director
Senior Manager, Annual Giving WaterAid

WaterAid started in 1981 because no non-profit like it existed. WaterAid is determined to make clean water, reliable toilets, and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere within a generation. Since March 2020, the organization has scaled up their work in 30+ countries to respond to the Coronavirus pandemic. This rapid-response work, building on strong track record in providing critical water infrastructure, is how people can change their lives for good. ​ WaterAid tackles the issue from all angles. We work with local partners to deliver clean water and decent toilets, and promote good hygiene, and campaign to change normal for everyone, everywhere.

WaterAid is seeking a Senior Manager, Annual Giving delivers critical fundraising results by leading WaterAid America’s efforts to grow transformational relationships with and support from individual donors through high-impact and positive donor engagement. The role works in close coordination across the Philanthropy and Partnerships, Communications & Engagement, and Data & Operations teams to retain, steward, and upgrade WaterAid’s growing annual giving program.​ This role is responsible for growing WaterAid America’s base of committed individual donors by retaining and upgrading existing supporters, growing sustainers, delivering positive and consistent donor engagement, and overseeing day-to-day development operations, systems, and processes that support this work. Qualifications include:

  • Bachelor’s Degree and/or minimum of 8+ years’ progressively responsible fundraising experience in Annual Giving, specifically.​
  • Demonstrated experience, capacity, and enthusiasm to annually raise $1M without a natural or local constituency (i.e., WaterAid does not have a membership, alumni, or volunteer base to draw on). ​
  • Experience growing monthly giving programs (stewardship, retention, and acquisition).​
  • Strong track record writing/creating effective fundraising materials, for both offline and online audiences.​
  • Demonstrated success meeting annual fundraising targets and leading the execution of high-impact online campaigns and appeals.​
  • Demonstrated ability to evaluate and implement efficient and sustainable fundraising strategies; ability to set short- and long-term objectives that support organizational goals.​
  • Strong project management; excellent attention to detail; ability to prioritize, manage, and execute numerous projects simultaneously; think proactively and work independently.​
  • Strong analytical skills and a proficiency in MS Office (especially Excel) with an appetite to continually learn and grow.​
  • Familiarity with Raiser’s Edge, MailChimp, or similar CRM.​​

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for WaterAid.

33482 Washington, DC, New York, NY Manager
Director of Partnerships WaterAid

WaterAid started in 1981 because no non-profit like it existed. WaterAid is determined to make clean water, reliable toilets, and good hygiene normal for everyone, everywhere within a generation. Since March 2020, the organization has scaled up their work in 30+ countries to respond to the Coronavirus pandemic. This rapid-response work, building on strong track record in providing critical water infrastructure, is how people can change their lives for good. ​ WaterAid tackles the issue from all angles. We work with local partners to deliver clean water and decent toilets, and promote good hygiene, and campaign to change normal for everyone, everywhere.

To fuel WaterAid’s global mission and programs, the Philanthropy & Partnerships Team drives WaterAid America’s efforts to increase WaterAid America’s impact through innovative, high-value partnerships with a diverse set of private, large family, and corporate foundations, government, and multi-lateral donors. WaterAid is seeking a Director of Partnerships to serve as a key leader on the Philanthropy & Partnerships Team. The candidate will raise a combination of annual and multi-year unrestricted and restricted income from major and multi-national corporations and private foundations, by cultivating, securing six- and seven-figure gifts (minimum value of $250k+), and maximizing relationships that add value to WaterAid’s mission and strategy. Qualifications include:

  • Undergraduate degree or equivalent work experience.​
  • Demonstrated track record (at least 10+ years) of generating new unrestricted and restricted business partnerships (6-figures or more) in institutional/non-profit fundraising and/or the private .
  • Strong customer-orientation and attention to detail; solid understanding of the corporate and private foundation sustainability agenda; proven track record of building and managing meaningful relationships with senior and executive level representatives of private sector companies; experienced negotiator.​
  • Proven ability to translate strategy to annual and operational goals; being bold in setting short- and long-term objectives that achieve organizational goals and persisting to get results (and modeling and coaching that for others). ​
  • Proficiency with MS Office (Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Excel) as well as a CRM (Raisers Edge); comfortable with understanding and analyzing budget and project reporting information.​
  • Ability to travel domestically and internationally, flexibility to work across time zones (with varied work hours), and maturity to achieve and maintain a healthy work/life balance.​
  • Experience building and executing national cause-marketing campaigns. Understands the relationship between corporate social impact and the consumer.​

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for WaterAid.

33482 Washington, DC, New York, NY Director
Communications Director ActBlue

ActBlue builds and maintains a powerful online fundraising platform for Democratic campaigns, progressive organizations, and non-profits working to create a better future. ActBlue puts power in the hands of small-dollar donors by making it easier for grassroots supporters to make their voices heard and by helping thousands of groups — from presidential candidates to environmental organizations — build people-powered movements.​ If you have ever given online to a Democratic candidate or progressive organization, chances are you’ve used their software. ActBlue is a tech-non-profit organization, and their team has a big impact on the future of our country. Each and every one of ActBlue’s employees – from the political activists to the tech innovators to the customer service pros – is fully committed to the mission. ActBlue is seeking an experienced Director of Communications to join the department as a strategic, cross-departmental leader.​ The Communications Director will be responsible for managing ActBlue’s external communications strategy as well as shaping internal communications content. This position will build on ActBlue’s work of making sure small-dollar donors are seen as central to the organizing successes of the last four years, tell the story of ActBlue’s commitment to serving and investing in diverse communities, and help them expand their communications operation to reflect their growing size and public image. This candidate will steer ActBlue’s press work and rapid response work and oversee the social media team in order to ensure all communications are integrated. You will be a spokesperson for ActBlue, comfortable speaking about the role of small-dollar donors and ActBlue in the press, and in conjunction with the Outreach team as ActBlue’s political leads, build relationships with communications teams at key partner organizations.​ Qualifications include:

  • Dedication to ActBlue’s mission of empowering small-dollar donors.​
  • 10+ years total experience in the communications field.​
  • Experience with rapid response communications, crisis management, or combatting disinformation a plus.​
  • 3+ years people management experience.​
  • Experience working on a Democratic campaign or related organization for  multiple election cycles, and/or experience at a PR/communications agency or consulting firm that works with candidates or  organizations.​
  • Professional experience leading high-stake situations with multiple stakeholders, including proven multitasking and prioritizing skills.
  • Commitment to building actively anti-racist systems, projects, and teams.

ActBlue’s headquarters are located in Davis Square in Somerville, MA, just a few blocks from Boston’s MBTA Red Line train. This posting is for a full-time, in office OR remote, salaried position. ActBlue is authorized to support remote work in these states: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Rhode Island, Texas, Virginia, Washington, and Washington DC.

Salary Range: $144,000 – $216,000, depending on experience.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for ActBlue.

72201 Remote, Remote Director
Senior Director of National Policy and Advocacy Fountain House

Fountain House is a national mental health non-profit fighting to improve health, increase opportunity, and end social and economic isolation for people living with serious mental illness. Drawing on the more than 200 rehabilitative programs in nearly 40 states that have been inspired by Fountain House and are known as clubhouses -to reflect an insistence on belonging and acceptance -and with more than 60,000 members, Fountain House is leading a national movement for the dignity and rights of people with serious mental illness.

Fountain House seeks a Senior Director of National Policy and Advocacy to work under the supervision of the Chief External Affairs Officer, and in close partnership with the President and CEO, and other senior leaders, to define and advance Fountain House’s national, state, and local policy objectives using a variety strategies within the existing 501(c)3, and soon-to-be-established 501(c)4. They are part of the organization’s senior management team. They will build a team and work closely with Directors in the External Affairs unit: Communication, Digital and Marketing, and Advocacy and Organizing. Organization-wide, they will also work closely with the research, development, program, and legal teams. The Senior Director of National Policy and Advocacy will interface directly with federal, state, and local elected and appointed officials and staff, agencies, and other adjacent non-profit organizations and allies. Qualifications include:

  • Graduate degree or equivalent work experience required.
  • Seven to 10 years of policy analysis, development, and advocacy experience, including track record of developing, managing, and implementing campaigns to pass and oppose and endorse candidates.
  • Experience in owning the strategy around policy development at the federal, state, and local levels for a mission-driven not-for-profit organization.
  • Demonstrable experience executing an advocacy action plan that affected policy change.
  • Ability to analyze proposed legislation and to persuasively communicate its impact to a variety of audiences through writing and speaking.
  • Demonstrable track record in policy analysis and policy platform development in one or more of the following areas intersecting with mental illness: mental health, healthcare, public health, drug policy, housing, and/or criminal justice.
  • Experience hiring, managing, and working with lobbyists.
  • Experience drafting legislation and regulatory writing, as well as writing polling questions and interpreting polling data.
  • Experience with national and local campaigns to change policy and practice, as well as with movements or movement-based organizations.
  • Understanding of laws governing 501(c)(3) and 501(c)(4) permissible lobbying and electioneering activity.
  • Excellent research, writing, and verbal communication skills.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Fountain House.

82354 Washington, DC Director
Director of E-Commerce White House Historical Association

In its 60th year, the White House Historical Association (WHHA) is successfully engaging and educating people across the country and around the world with its significant and rich content. This new role will maximize exposure to the Association’s products, programs, and mission through sophisticated, multi-channel strategies; increase the Association’s revenue by exploring and negotiating new distribution partnerships and e-commerce opportunities; and position the Association to engage a broader, more diverse, and younger demographic.

WHHA is seeking a Director of E-Commerce to be responsible for executing the ecommerce strategy for the Association’s retail websites on the Shopify+ and Amazon.com platforms, with strategy guidance from the Assistant Vice President of Digital Outreach and Director of Marketing. The director will also work in close collaboration with the Vice President of Retail Sales and Strategy, the Vice President of Publications, and the Director of Retail Operations. The director is responsible for the daily functions of the Association’s ecommerce website, shop.whitehousehistory.org, which is on the Shopify+ platform, and the Association’s selling presence on Amazon.com. The successful candidate will collaborate with the Association’s Retail and Publications department to add new products, publications, and collections to the Shopify+ website as well as managing any projects, SEO work, and website changes. Qualifications include:

  • Minimum of 3 years ecommerce experience and a high proficiency in Shopify+ and Amazon.com is required. 
  • A full understanding of ecommerce, from the technical to the business process, is essential. 
  • Customer service skills, creativity, and strong writing and editing a must. 
  • Previous experience with email marketing a plus.
  • Outstanding problem-solving, analytical, and research skills; Ability to present complex concepts and analysis in a clear, succinct, and organized manner to senior management.
  • Proven ability to drive significant business outcomes via testing and optimization of websites and online stores.
  • Demonstrated; ability to identify, prioritize, and articulate highest impact initiatives.
  • Self-directed, entrepreneurial, and eager to take ownership and make an impact; strong planning and project management skills.
  • A flexible mindset that is open to change and new information. You’re first to understand when team behaviors and work methods need to adapt to new information.
  • Strong communicator and collaborator.
  • Interest in The White House Historical Association’s mission.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for the White House Historical Association.

Consultant: Jennifer Dunlap- 703-718-4760​ | [email protected]

847098 Washington, DC Director
Executive Director Congressional Progressive Caucus Center

The Congressional Progressive Caucus Center (the CPC Center) is a non-profit that identifies and develops
solutions to build a more just, equitable, and resilient nation. Our nation suffered devastating losses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, we are living in a moment of incredible activism to address systemic racism, ongoing threats to our democracy, and rampant inequality. Now we have the chance to come together to start a new chapter for our nation. The CPC Center’s network approach is tailor-made for this moment. The CPC Center connects community leaders, organizers, advocates, and policy experts to build people-led cutting-edge policy. Through their Policy and Research Council, the CPC Center harnesses the intellectual firepower of some of the
top minds in the policy and research community, working together to develop real-time solutions to our nation’s most pressing problems and inform the public debate.

The Congressional Progressive Caucus Center seeks an Executive Director to lead the Center, guiding overall communications, fundraising, and outreach strategy, and managing the organization’s day-to-day operations. The Executive Director will lead the development of organizational priorities, programs, and initiatives, including the CPC Center’s annual summit. The next Executive Director will bring vision and strategic thinking, as well as exceptional communications, management, organizational development,
and fundraising skills. Qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years of relevant non-profit, government, and/or campaign management experience, including significant fundraising experience, experience managing staff, and working on public policy.
  • Demonstrated ability to execute an organizational vision and manage institutional growth and change.
  • Demonstrated understanding of Congress and the Executive Branch.
  • Demonstrated success managing organizational budgets and finances.
  • Demonstrated successful fundraising leadership in acquiring major gifts and grants from foundations, individuals, and/or institutions.
  • Experience building partnerships and coalitions and has contacts and a good reputation within the public policy, social justice, and advocacy communities.
  • Experience in organizational management, including managing staff, hiring, evaluations, as well as legal, tax, and accounting issues.
  • Experience working to develop meaningful initiatives on anti-racism, equity, and inclusion. Communication skills to effectively and independently communicate with diverse audiences and network collaboratively among a variety of stakeholder groups.
  • A demonstrated commitment to social justice and racial equity, including an understanding of a wide range of policy issues and extensive advocacy experience.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for the Congressional Progressive Caucus Center.

72419462 Washington, DC Director
Development Associate A Place to Be

A Place To Be is a community of people dedicated to the values of inclusivity, respect, acceptance, love, and hope. APTB helps people with medical and mental health struggles face, navigate, and overcome life’s challenges using the clinically based practices of music therapy.

APTB is looking for an energetic person to be a part of its fast growth. The Development Associate supports all development activities related to annual appeals, donor research, grant research, donor relations, and gift processing. This role maintains communications with existing donors and identifies prospective donors capable of making major gifts to the organization. Additionally, the Development Associate supports various special events and the submission of applications and proposals for funding.

This is a full-time position based in Middleburg, VA, and the work will primarily take place in the office. The Development Associate reports to the Executive Director. Candidates should:

  • Have at least 3 years of experience in development, membership, or donor engagement.
  • Be proficient with donor prospecting through research, wealth screening, and other analytical methods.
  • Show the ability to work independently, under deadlines, without close supervision.
  • Have superior communication skills, including writing and speaking persuasively for diverse audiences.

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) is leading this search for A Place to Be.

33202218 Middleburg, VA Associate
Individual Giving Manager Alliance for Safety and Justice

Alliance for Safety and Justice (ASJ) is a multi-state organization that aims to replace over-incarceration with more effective public safety solutions rooted in crime prevention, community health, rehabilitation, and support for crime victims. ASJ partners with leaders and advocates to advance state criminal justice reform through policy advocacy, coalition building, research, education, and strategic communications. ASJ also brings together crime survivors and people with old convictions to advance policies that help communities most harmed by crime and violence. ASJ is comprised of justice data and policy experts, grassroots organizers, attorneys, and campaigners – they combine research and smart policy proposals with lobbying, constituency building, and alliances to win changes in state laws.

Alliance for Safety and Justice seeks an Individual Giving Manager to oversee all (c)3 and (c)4 individual giving activities. Working alongside the Development Director, the Individual Giving Manager will build a new base of individual support by developing and executing a comprehensive individual giving strategy including but not limited to prospecting and cultivating mid-level and major donors, building stewardship processes and protocols, and organizing grassroots donor strategies. This experienced development professional will have the unique opportunity to strengthen ASJ’s community of supporters and contribute to the growth and sustainability of the organization during a critical growth phase. Qualifications include:​

  • At least 5 years of fundraising experience, with a minimum of 2 years of proven experience in individual giving at a mission-driven organization or non-profit (preferably in a political or issue advocacy campaign setting).
  • Familiarity with criminal justice issues preferred.
  • Experience securing large grants or major gifts ($50,000 and up).
  • Proficiency with EveryAction, Salesforce, or another donor database.
  • Experience communicating information with co-workers, stakeholders and/or the public; reading correspondence, instructions and/or technical documents; writing correspondence and/or reports and filling in forms.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively, listen and learn from feedback, and make decisions in accordance with established policies.
  • Proficient experience using workplace apps including Slack, Asana, Google apps, and similar tools.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent.

Salary: $120,000

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Alliance for Safety and Justice.

10616790 Remote, Remote Manager
Associate Director, Planned Giving Ocean Conservancy

Our ocean unifies our world like nothing else. And saving it from ongoing threats is a cause that affects us all. Ocean Conservancy is working with the community to protect the ocean from today’s greatest global challenges. Together with their partners, they create science-based solutions for a healthy ocean and the wildlife and communities that depend on it.

Reporting to the Director of Planned Giving, the Associate Director, Planned Giving is a key position within the Development Department and plays an important role in overseeing the day-to-day and overall operations of the Planned Giving team. In conjunction with the Director, the candidate will help create and execute the strategic planned giving vision to further Ocean Conservancy’s priorities by helping donors achieve their charitable and financial goals. This position will play a crucial role in the management, administration, and strategic direction of the Planned Giving team as it pursues ambitious donor-centric fundraising outcomes. Qualifications include:

  • 5 years’ experience in a nonprofit, political or related organization with a successful planned giving or fundraising record.
  • A detailed knowledge of development and planned giving including the basics of administering bequests and managing a charitable gift annuity program.
  • Ability to understand and explain details of complex gifts accurately and clearly.
  • Ability to communicate confidently and effectively with coworkers, program leaders, donors, and prospects; must have especially strong written, verbal and listening skills.
  • Confident, yet sensitive demeanor with the ability to connect with all constituencies and help them connect with Ocean Conservancy’s mission.
  • Familiarity with Raiser’s Edge donor management system preferred.
  • Strong planning skills and ability to prioritize tasks to achieve goals in a timely manner.
  • Strong moral and ethical character and a commitment to conservation.
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Ocean Conservancy.

41098 Washington, DC Director
Director of Finance & Administration​ National Women’s History Museum

Creating a Physical Presence in D.C.​

Beginning in 2022, the National Women’s History Museum (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.​ For the last 25 years, the 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.​

NWHM seeks a Director of Finance and Administration (DFA) to oversee finance, operations, IT, and human resources. Specifically, responsibilities will include directing and managing the Museum’s finances, operations, and human resource administration to support short- and long-term strategic goals. As the Institution expands, the Director will have the opportunity to work with the President to support the work of the Board of Directors, in particular the Board Treasurer and Audit Committee Chair. The ideal Director of Finance and Administration will be a confident and strategic leader, with a track record of overseeing financial operations for growing organizations; an expertise in strategically allocating resources; and a proven ability to foster confidence and trust in administrative decisions. Specific qualifications include:

  • At least 10 years of successful financial leadership and management roles within complex and dynamic organizations.​
  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, Economics, or Business Administration is required; MBA and CPA are preferred.​
  • Strong record of strategic and tactical decision-making that has reinforced financial health and organizational growth.
  • Demonstrated knowledge of a comprehensive range of financial activities, including long-range planning, budgeting, and accounting; direct experience writing and managing operating budgets and coordinating external audits is required.
  • Experience and familiarity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Code of Federal Regulations.
  • Successful experience serving as a collaborative partner on a senior team, offering exceptional reasoning and analytical skills and steady, clear-eyed judgment.
  • Strong commitment to the mission and vision of the National Women’s History Museum.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for the National Women’s History Museum.

3077911 Washington, DC Director
Executive Search Researcher DRi

Development Resources, inc. (DRi) provides executive search and development consulting services to non-profit organizations. Founded in 2001, DRbelieves non-profits make the world a significantly better place, and that the work they do demands proper resources to fulfill their missions. We offer executive search, fundraising consulting, and strategic planning services to help non-profits design effective staff structures and identify and recruit outstanding leaders.

The Executive Search Researcher is an essential partner to Lead Consultants, identifying and assessing candidates for a wide variety of roles and organizations.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Understand client needs for vacant positions and assist the Consultant in the development of effective search strategies
  • Develop lists of target companies with similar missions, financial resources, locations, or other factors as possible sources of prospective candidates
  • Conduct career-related and biographical research on individuals, integrating data gathered from various online and electronic sources, including DRi’s proprietary database and LinkedIn Recruiter
  • Assess prospective candidates’ and applicants’ experiences and capacities related to position criteria, using good judgement to recommend the most qualified candidates to the Consultant for interviews
  • Conduct initial outreach to prospects via email, LinkedIn messaging, text, following up as needed to assess interest
  • Enter, update, and retrieve candidate information in Invenias , ensuring accurate, up-to-date information is maintained
  • Draft or provide input on relevant documentation, including confidential candidate reports and Client update reports, with attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Proactively develop and maintain relationships with potential candidates or sources, utilizing those networks to assist with candidate recruitment.
  • Assist with client and prospective client conversations, as appropriate.
  • Represent the company with integrity and professionalism.


  • Bachelor’s degree and minimum two years’ experience in prospect/candidate research or similar work; experience in executive search field will be considered in lieu of a bachelor’s degree.
  • Ability to prioritize work and to perform multiple tasks simultaneously while adhering to deadlines.
  • Strong sense of curiosity; analytical and methodical approach to problem solving.
  • Results driven; ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment with shifting priorities.
  • Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
  • Experience using Customer Relationship Management databases preferred; experience with Invenias or other executive search software a plus.
  • Knowledge of the non-profit sector or recruiting is a plus

Work Environment and Benefits

DRi is currently working 100% remotely with team members in several states. We remain a team-based environment, however, in which staff members have close working relationships and interact regularly with the firm’s two founders, who serve as CEO and COO, other Consultants, and colleagues. We hold an all-staff meeting every week, celebrate birthdays and holidays, and have been known to go together to baseball games and Star Wars premiers. We offer an annual reimbursement for home office expenses and ensure that team members have the equipment and resources they need to succeed.

All full-time DRi employees receive fully subsidized medical, vision, and dental insurance premiums. Employees are eligible for end-of-year bonuses and retirement plan contributions.


The salary range is $45,000 – $60,000, depending on experience.

Remote, Remote Researcher
Director for Strategy Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services

For 80 years, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) has offered safety and hope to more than 500,000 refugees from around the globe. Since 1939, LIRS has transformed lives, with the support and hard work of people like you, to welcome the most vulnerable to the United States – from sea to shining sea. LIRS’ history reflects their American Lutherans’ deep immigrant roots and passionate commitment to welcoming newcomers, especially those who are most in need.​ LIRS resettles refugees, reunites children with their families or provides loving homes for them, conducts policy advocacy, and advances the protection and rights of vulnerable migrants.

LIRS seeks a Director of Strategy (DOS) to be responsible for driving and supporting, in collaboration with all LIRS leaders, the implementation, communications, execution, and sustainability of strategic initiatives within the organization and its network partners. As a facilitator and orchestrator, the DOS provides the intellectual leadership and support that LIRS as an organization needs to navigate and transform strategic vision into reality.

Reporting to the Chief of Staff and working closely with the President/Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the DOS is a necessary counterbalance to the operational and tactical drives of the organization and supports the (CEO) to uphold long-range vision and strategy in their decision-making. A key contribution of the DOS will be to “connect the dots” and, in doing so, inform and improve critical processes including executive decision-making, ongoing strategic planning and new business development. Qualifications include:​

  • 5-7 years of progressively responsible experience in developing and implementing new business strategies preferably in a non-profit.
  • Previous experience implementing a strategic plan.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with after hours and weekend work needed
  • Exceptional communication skills, able to listen actively; speak and write persuasively
  • Exceptional strategic thinking and analytical skills; able to discern, plan, and evaluate courses of action.
  • Proven track record successfully managing teams at a leadership level and driving organizational improvements.
  • Results‐oriented with an emphasis on measuring outcomes and ability to drive strategy through growth.
  • Deep commitment to LIRS’ core values and ability to model those values in relationships with colleagues and partners.
  • Undergraduate degree in Business, or other relevant degree or equivalent experience; graduate degree in Business Administration strongly preferred.

Development Resources, inc. is leading this search for Lutheran Immigration Refugee Services.

31084 Baltimore, MD Director
Howard University Development Writer 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 that are available include:

10392 Washington, DC
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
  • 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.

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275767 Flexible, NY Director
Executive Director American Humanist Association

The American Humanist Association (AHA) has been standing as the voice of humanism in the United States for nearly 80 years. AHA strives to bring about a progressive society where being good without any reliance on the supernatural is an accepted way to live an ethical life. Humanism encompasses a variety of nontheistic views (atheism, agnosticism, rationalism, naturalism, secularism, and so forth) while adding the important element of a comprehensive worldview and set of ethical values.

The AHA is a non-profit membership organization with an annual budget of $2.5-3.0 million and a network of almost 250 chapters and affiliates nationwide. Core programs include legal work, advocacy, social justice, education, and community networks.

The AHA is seeking a visionary Executive Director with a track record of non-profit leadership, and a demonstrated commitment to racial and social justice community building. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for overall strategic and operational leadership of a national non-profit including building awareness of humanism, defining the organization’s strategic direction, ensuring adequate resources are in place to support the mission, and leading the staff. Specific qualifications include:

  • A required minimum of 10 years of non-profit experience.
  • Proven fundraising ability, especially the cultivation of major donors.
  • Passionate commitment to the humanist life stance; to supporting the flourishing of local humanist groups; and to formulating rational, compassionate responses to theistic and/or unsubstantiated claims of public officials and thought leaders.
  • Proven experience in social justice community building and outreach, including racial equity, LGBTQ rights, anti-racist/intersectional feminism, and youth leadership development.
  • Strong team leadership style and proven ability to effectively manage supervisory, mentoring, partnering and collaborative relationships with staff, volunteers, board members, donors and supporters, government and elected officials, and leaders of peer organization.
  • Sense of humor, creativity, patience, and entrepreneurial drive
  • A relevant advanced degree or equivalent professional experience.

Salary Range: $120,000 – $140,000

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97829 Washington, DC Director
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.

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22420 Flexible, Flexible VP
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.

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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.

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18244263 Flexible, CA 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.

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87891 Remote, Remote Director
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.

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2901582 Washington, DC C-Suite