Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
San Francisco, CA
Created by the Legislature in 1927, the State Bar of California is a public corporation within the Judicial Branch of state government, serving as an administrative arm of the California Supreme Court. The State Bar licenses attorneys and regulates the profession and practice of law in California by administering the California Bar Exam; enforcing Rules of Professional Conduct for attorneys; disciplining attorneys who violate rules and laws; advancing access to justice; and promoting diversity and inclusion in the legal system.
The State Bar of California is the largest State Bar in the country and one of the largest in the world. The State Bar licenses more than 250,000 attorneys, investigates approximately 16,000 complaints of attorney misconduct annually, and has historically distributed over $50 million in grants each year to legal aid organizations (more than $80 million in 2020). It is headquartered in San Francisco and also has an office in Los Angeles.
“ The State Bar of California’s mission is to protect the public and includes the primary functions of licensing, regulation and discipline of attorneys; the advancement of the ethical and competent practice of law; and the promotion of efforts for greater access to, and inclusion in, the legal system .”
THE OFFICE OF ACCESS & INCLUSION
The State Bar Office of Access & Inclusion encompasses the critical work of increasing access to legal services, through IOLTA and Equal Access Fund grant administration and policymaking as well as increasing inclusion and diversity of the legal profession, through data, policymaking, rule making and coordination and liaison efforts. The office builds the framework to ensure that innovations, policy developments, and grant making inform and guide one another.
One core function of this office is to oversee the State Bar's legal aid grants benefitting organizations providing direct legal services to low-income Californians, including immigrants, seniors, veterans, and people with disabilities. Through these grants, the State Bar seeks to close the justice gap and provide access to legal services and access to justice. The office also guides State Bar policy on access to justice and legal services and delivering on the access goals and objectives set forth in the State Bar’s strategic plan. The office is also responsible for leading the Bar on diversity and inclusion initiatives, including through support of the Council on Access and Fairness and Bar driven initiatives. These initiatives support the goal of increasing diversity in the legal profession with a goal that the legal profession reflect the diversity of California.
THE POSITION As a member of the Executive Management Team, the Director is responsible for planning, directing, and managing efforts to achieve the access to justice and diversity and inclusion missions of the State Bar.
Organizational Leadership The Office of Access & Inclusion has undergone an important restructuring over the past 2 years, creating a diverse portfolio of responsibility for all senior staff members designed to provide a broader more informed and more effective perspective on the work of the office. The office has also taken a much greater leadership role in efforts to diversify the profession. The State Bar stands ready for a new Director to implement and continue the organization’s urgent and necessary work. The Director will operationalize this commitment in the organization’s daily work and cultivate and maintain a workplace culture that values equity and diversity, is culturally competent, and in which all staff are supported, inspired, included, and open to change and growth. Additionally, the Director will manage a team of 14, including two staff located in the Los Angeles office, with the assistance of three subordinate supervisors.
Addressing the Justice Gap Utilizing the learnings of an exciting statewide Justice Gap Study, the new Director will be expected to assess how the results of the study could or should guide the important policy and grantmaking activities of the office. The Director will also be charged with increasing resources for legal aid, developing new approaches to serve modest means Californians, exploring issues on the right to counsel, and improving the diversity in the legal profession.
Advocate on Behalf of Californians The Director will serve as a liaison and spokesperson with the Judicial Council, legal services organizations, the Legislature, law schools, and other local, state, and national entities regarding access to justice and diversity and inclusion related issues and activities. And to act as in informed advocate, the Director will form and foster deep relationships with organizations addressing the justice gap and serving modest means Californians and build bridges to the entities that stand poised to help further their work.
Liaise with Appointed Commissions and Partners The Director provides staff support to the Board of Trustees, Council on Access and Fairness, and the Legal Services Trust Fund Commission, and is responsible for strategizing, spearheading, and managing various access to justice, inclusion, and diversity initiatives relevant to these commissions.
For a full position description, please visit : https://nonprofitprofessionals.com/additional-searches/sbc-dai
More information about the State Bar of California may be found at: www.calbar.ca.gov
This search is being conducted by Tamar Datan and Chris Cannon of the national search firm NPAG . Nominations, inquiries, and/or applications, including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, and your resume should be submitted to: SBC-DAI@nonprofitprofessionals.com .
Cultivating a diverse and inclusive team of board members, staff members, and partners is an essential component of the State Bar of California’s work to advance equity. Candidates of all backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply .
Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
New York, NY
UnLocal is a dynamic and rapidly growing community-centered legal service organization that provides direct legal representation and community education to New York City’s undocumented immigrant communities. UnLocal seeks to identify specific gaps in services that are not sufficiently provided elsewhere and tailors its programming to best serve undocumented New Yorkers. UnLocal accomplishes its mission through its two main programs: the Legal Representation Program and the Community Education Program. In 2019, UnLocal's legal team collectively worked on over 600 immigration cases. Through outreach, UnLocal coordinated 68 community education events throughout the five boroughs of New York City with 82 grassroots partners. 1,810 attendees participated in Know-Your-Rights trainings, emergency planning sessions and informational seminars on current events in immigration law, and received free legal consultations. In an environment of unjust and harmful immigration policies, UnLocal has committed to stand by all immigrants by expanding programming and exploring new ways to collaborate with immigrant communities on a grassroots level that keeps constituents informed and connected.
UnLocal, Inc. was founded in 2008 by Michele Lampach and Laura Stein and originally conceived as an online resource for immigrant New Yorkers to provide information about New York-based social services. UnLocal, Inc. volunteers conducted a needs assessment by organizing a meeting of immigrant leaders and services providers, wrote a business plan in collaboration with NYU’s Stern School of Business and created an internship program at the International High School of Prospect Heights, in which recent immigrant teens participated in the business plan process.
After a pause, in 2011, UnLocal became active once again and secured 501(c)(3) status with the support of CUNY School of Law’s Community Legal Resource Network (CLRN) Incubator for Justice, an incubating space for individuals and nonprofits aimed at serving communities underserved by legal services. With CLRN’s support, UnLocal revised its mission and became a direct legal services provider and community education organization for New York’s City’s undocumented immigrants.
Now, UnLocal finds itself at a pivotal moment as the organization’s founder, Michele Lampach, steps down from her role as Executive Director. While UnLocal has grown since its founding and has been able to show flexibility in program delivery over the years, it has always stayed true to its values:
Providing and expanding access to immigration legal representation especially for undocumented immigrants, that is community-based, trustworthy, collaborative, affirming and multilingual.
Developing projects to fill gaps in services that address emerging and changing needs.
Recognizing the need for holistic advocacy, including referral-based case management and collaboration with community-based organizations and services, to provide truly comprehensive legal representation.
Listening to directly impacted individuals and communities to drive the direction, dissemination, and priorities for UnLocal’s legal representation and community education.
The new Executive Director will steward UnLocal’s multifaceted approach that aims to address longer-term needs: social and political rights, cultural and religious diversity, and citizenship and participation. Ultimately, this approach will lead to increased stability and opportunities among New York City immigrant communities.
More information about UnLocal may be found at: https://www.unlocal.org/ .
Opportunities and Challenges Facing the EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Executive Director will report to the Board of Directors and will work closely with a talented team and community leaders to engage in the following opportunities and challenges:
Lead processes to ensure ongoing alignment around UnLocal's vision and strategies. This alignment will be guided by the intersecting strategies of legal advocacy and community engagement, ensuring space for innovation and creativity and addressing new and changing needs of immigrant communities. The Executive Director will assess new opportunities designed to meet the needs of undocumented immigrants who are not effectively served by other peer organizations. She/He/They will support the organization in navigating the complex needs of undocumented immigrants, guiding decision-making on how the organization can work within and outside legal avenues for serving clients and pursuing social change.
Steward fundraising and external communication efforts. The new Executive Director will maintain strong relationships with UnLocal's existing funders and continue to build and diversify UnLocal's funding streams, with a particular focus on revenue that aligns with and is flexible to respond to the changing needs of UnLocal's client community. She/He/They will work in partnership with the Board of Directors and Development Manager to enhance UnLocal's development systems and capacity. The Executive Director will foster relationships between UnLocal and community leaders, strategic partners, funders, and the media. She/He/They will proactively represent UnLocal to the public, policy makers, public officials, partners, and other constituents to benefit New York’s undocumented immigrant communities.
Manage UnLocal’s talented team and lead a culture of creativity and collaboration. The new Executive Director will possess a leadership style that is built on a social justice and anti-oppression framework. She/He/They will support and develop a talented and passionate staff who have a deep commitment to their work and their clients. The Executive Director will ensure a continued inclusive decision-making culture that is focused on the motivation and drive of staff, clients, board members, and partners. She/He/They will support an ongoing culture of team wellness, recognizing that the mental and physical health of team members are central to the teams' effective support of immigrant communities. She/He/They will work closely with UnLocal’s Legal Director to ensure effective stewardship of autonomous legal decision making with alignment of goals and work for a growing team. She/He/They will oversee the ongoing hiring, development, and retention of a talented and passionate team.
Sustain and grow governance and operational structures that support organizational growth. The new Executive Director will bring strong project management, communication structures, and process orientation to the organization, making sure that appropriate policies and protocols are in place to support key functions. In collaboration with the Legal Director, Education & Outreach Director, and Operations Manager, she/he/they will work to continuously improve client services, strengthen internal systems, ensure that work is of the highest caliber, and continue sound fiscal stewardship. She/He/They will build a strong partnership with the Board of Directors, engaging with Board members as critical thought partners and key advisors. Additionally, she/he/they will effectively leverage the Board members’ diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences in the advancement of UnLocal’s strategy and programmatic efforts and collaborate with the Board Chair on board expansion and planning.
QUALIFICATIONS OF THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
The ideal candidate will be deeply committed to UnLocal’s mission and understand the critical role that legal services and advocacy and community engagement play in protecting the rights of undocumented immigrant communities. While no one person will embody all of the desired qualities, the ideal candidate will possess many of the following professional and personal abilities, attributes, and experiences:
A deep passion for service to immigrant communities and the ability to center the needs and voices of community members across all aspects of an organization’s work; relevant experience working with immigrants, refugees, and displaced people, or other vulnerable communities;
A demonstrated record of successful management experience, with the commitment to and experience successfully employing an anti-racist/anti-oppression lens to foster a diverse, equitable working environment and creating diverse teams that reflect communities served;
Initiative, vision, creativity, and willingness to take calculated risks in crafting and executing strategies; a natural curiosity and personal drive for self-reflection, improvement, and learning;
An observable track record of success in developing or improving organizational capacity, with an eye toward opportunities for process improvement; a systems thinker with the ability to translate ideas into action, and a creative and resourceful problem solver;
Experience that informs an authentic understanding of the challenges faced by vulnerable communities and a sophisticated understanding of the historical nature of structural power differences with a lens into how that impacts social justice efforts today;
A successful track record in identifying and securing funding from foundation, corporate, and individual donors; experience building successful coalitions, partnerships, and alliances that help to increase the reach and impact of an organization;
A collaborative, collegial style and a proven track record and commitment to mentoring and coaching staff and building internal leadership; a management style that fosters respect, teamwork and innovative approaches in leading a highly independent team;
Highly organized and flexible; able to multi-task and manage a high-volume workload; excellent time management skills; strong interpersonal and communications skills and the ability to understand and handle sensitive and confidential information;
An optimistic outlook and the humor, integrity, patience, and perseverance necessary to advance efforts to ensure that undocumented immigrants have greater access to services;
A law degree and admission to practice law in New York, or any other state bar, is preferred, though significant experience in community organizing, coupled with an in-depth understanding of US immigration systems and policies, is also highly valued;
Spanish language proficiency or other language skills relevant to New York City is preferred; and
Must be based in New York City (or willing to relocate).
More information can be found at https://nonprofitprofessionals.com/additional-searches/ul-ed
This search is being conducted with assistance from Callie Carroll and Yuniya Khan of NPAG . Applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position should be sent to: UL-ED@nonprofitprofessionals.com . In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.
UnLocal believes that diversity is critical to fostering a strong workplace and serving clients well. It strongly encourages interest and applications from people with lived experiences in the communities that it serves, members of other marginalized communities, and individuals whose identities are underrepresented.
Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
Oakland, CA, USA
All investments have an impact. Uniquely situated, Confluence Philanthropy ’s (Confluence) mission is to transform the practice of investing by aligning capital with the membership community’s values of sustainability, equity, and justice. Confluence supports and catalyzes a membership network of private, public and community foundations, family offices, individual donors, and their values-aligned investment advisors representing more than $70 billion in philanthropic assets under management, and over $3.5 trillion in managed capital globally.
Celebrating ten years of pioneering influence and growth, Confluence now seeks its first Chief Operating Officer (COO) to help translate strategy into action, build long-lasting internal systems, and steward a culture of shared accountability and results orientation. The COO will lead a dedicated team in an organization that believes by aligning capital in all its forms, with core values, they can help build an economy that is sustainable and takes care of people and the planet.
The COO will work in close partnership with Confluence’s CEO and founder, Dana Lanza, and the Board of Directors. He/She/They will oversee a dynamic, cross-functional team that engages Confluence membership through seamless thought leadership, learning offerings and events, thoughtful and timely support, and responsive information and knowledge sharing. The COO will be a seasoned operations leader with a track record of financial transparency and accuracy, and demonstrated experience building collaborative teams and an inclusive community. He/She/They will have experience driving vision to action by elevating the importance of details, reliable service delivery, and continuous organizational improvement.
For a full position description, please visit: https://nonprofitprofessionals.com/current-searches-all/confluence-coo
More information about Confluence Philanthropy may be found at: https://www.confluencephilanthropy.org/ and http://www.confluencegathering.org .
This search is being conducted by Linh Nguyen and Catherine Seneviratne of NPAG . Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position should be sent to: Confluence-COO@nonprofitprofessionals.com . In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail .
Confluence Philanthropy is an equal opportunity employer and proudly values diversity. Candidates of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
Austin, Texas, USA
Grassroots Leadership (Grassroots) is a nationally recognized civil and human rights organization based in Austin, Texas fighting to end prison profiteering and reducing reliance on criminalization and detention. Through direct action, organizing, research, and public education, Grassroots works with communities throughout Texas and the United States to create a more just society where prison profiteering, mass incarceration, deportation, and criminalization are things of the past.
Grounded in a strong history of multiracial organizing for social justice, Grassroots has grown rapidly in the last 2 years to address the threats to fundamental human rights that expanding for-profit prison systems and national immigration policies create by unjustly channeling black and brown individuals into the justice system. The team is strong, diverse, and comprised predominantly of individuals who bring lived experience in affected communities, as well as organizing skill and strategy. Through trusted relationships, team members work to realize a vision for the future that breaks the cycle of trauma and allows for healing and power-building in communities.
Following the transition of its long-serving executive director to pursue new career opportunities, Grassroots now invites a new generation of leadership to share in responsibilities for stewarding its impactful work. The Co-Executive Directors will collaborate in programmatic, administrative, and operational leadership based on their respective strengths, equal status, and complementary skill sets. They will guide the next chapter of growth through a shared leadership approach in which the strengths of all team members will be amplified through coordinated teamwork to serve the community.
The ideal candidates will have deep passion for, and personal connection to, criminal justice reform, immigration, and the fight for human dignity, especially for marginalized, affected communities. They will have leadership experience in community organizing, movement building, and organizational management; and model integrity, courage, humility, and resilience in all their work and actions.
This search is being led by Linh Nguyen, Katherine Jacobs, and Erica Nicole Richardson of the national firm NPAG . Instructions about the submission of applications and nominations can be found at the end of this document.
SALARY & BENEFITS
Grassroots Leadership is committed to fairness and transparency. The annual starting salary for the co-Executive Director role is $70,000 to $85,000 (per co-Executive Director). These positions meet the exemption requirements as defined by state and federal law.
Benefits include: Benefits include: Two weeks paid vacation; medical, dental and vision coverage a pension plan; life insurance and disability coverage. Finalists in the search will have the opportunity to review the full benefits plan with current Grassroots leadership.
This search is being conducted with assistance from Linh Nguyen, Katherine Jacobs and Erica Nicole Richardson of the national firm NPAG . Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word or PDF format), and where you learned of the position should be sent to: Grassroots-ED@nonprofitprofessionals.com . In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.
Grassroots Leadership is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity company. Grassroots Leadership does not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.
Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
New York, NY
The International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) works through a robust network of staff, pro bono attorneys and law students to fill a major gap in access to legal aid for refugees, asylum seekers, and other displaced people. IRAP has become the first advocacy organization to provide comprehensive legal representation to refugees throughout the registration, protection and resettlement processes. As fear, division, hatred, and economic uncertainty persist in the global consciousness and manifest in discriminatory policies, speech, and actions, individuals across the world must respond by demanding and upholding commitments to justice. IRAP is leveraging its volunteers and resources to fight back and ensure that we continue to uphold the humanitarian tradition of welcoming those who are in need of refuge.
IRAP’s Legal Services Department is growing in response to the increased demand to protect those whose rights are being threatened and is now seeking nominations and applications for the position of Legal Services Director.
Since its founding in 2008, IRAP has used legal aid, litigation and advocacy to protect and advance the rights of refugees, both domestically and internationally; the organization has also remained committed to developing the next generation of human rights attorneys through its work with law students. The global turn against refugee resettlement coupled with IRAP’s highly effective model has led to a period of rapid expansion to meet new levels of demand. In the past two years, IRAP’s annual budget has increased from $2 million to $9 million, and over the past six years, its staff has grown from ten to seventy.
Reporting to IRAP’s Executive Director, Becca Heller, the Legal Services Director will lead a team of five talented program directors who oversee the work of over 40 staff. The Legal Services Department focuses on protecting the rights of refugees, and the Director will provide critical strategic partnership to the Executive Director as IRAP navigates this new phase of growth. The Legal Services Director will provide direct supervision to the U.S. Legal Services Director, Middle East Director, Director of Pro Bono, the Director of Complementary Pathways and the Intake and Legal Information Director. S/he/they will oversee staff based in New York City, Jordan, Lebanon, and remotely around the world.
The ideal candidate will be an inclusive, passionate leader deeply committed to IRAP’s mission and clients. S/he/they will be an experienced manager with the proven ability to develop and lead successful teams in delivering the highest quality legal and advocacy services. The Director will be a decisive, keenly analytical leader and thinker who will build and support healthy culture around prioritization, team communication and decision making. S/he/they will be able to lead from an anti-oppression lens and understand how to support clients and staff impacted by trauma directly and vicariously. The Director must have a law degree, and admission to practice law in the United States is a plus.
This search is being conducted with assistance from Meredith Horton, Allison Kupfer Poteet, Hallie Dietsch and Javier Garcia of NPAG. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position should be sent to:
IRAP-LD@nonprofitprofessionals.com . In order to expedite the internal sorting and reviewing process, please type your name (Last, First) as the only contents in the subject line of your e-mail.
IRAP believes that diversity is critical to fostering a strong workplace and serving our clients well. We strongly encourage applications from people with lived experiences in the communities that we serve, members of other marginalized communities, and individuals whose identities are underrepresented in the legal profession.
Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
Los Angeles, CA or Washington, D.C.
The National Immigration Law Center (NILC) is seeking applications and nominations for the position of Legal Director. Established in 1979, NILC is the leading advocacy organization in the U.S. exclusively dedicated to defending and advancing the rights and opportunities of low-income immigrants and their loved ones. NILC’s mission is grounded in the belief that everyone living in the U.S.—regardless of race, gender/gender identity, immigration, and economic status—should have equal access to justice, resources, educational, and economic opportunities that enable them to achieve their full human potential. NILC is committed to advancing its mission—which intersects race, immigration status, and class—through a racial, economic, and gender justice and equity orientation. NILC seeks to achieve just laws and policies that address systemic inequities, create narrative and culture change for an inclusive and equitable society, and build a healthier and more powerful movement. Over the years, NILC has been at the forefront of many of the country’s greatest challenges when it comes to immigration issues, including landmark legal decisions and protecting fundamental human and civil rights. It plays a major leadership role in advancing policies that promote the ability of low-income immigrants to prosper and thrive.
In the aftermath of the 2016 elections, NILC embarked on the development of a new strategic framework that shifted its focus from a policy-centered one to a people-centered and holistic approach towards policy advocacy and impact litigation. NILC’s roots lie at the intersection of immigration law and laws and policies governing employment, education, health, public benefits, and criminal justice. Building on this, NILC will advance policies that address the immediate, everyday needs of immigrants and systemic changes —rather than hoping that these needs will be met through “comprehensive” federal immigration legislation.
NILC’s legal department plays a critical role in the organization’s refined strategic direction and in ensuring its ability to fight for justice and dignity for low-income immigrants and other vulnerable immigrant communities. At a point of rapid growth and re-building, the new Legal Director will lead the integration of NILC’s new strategic framework into the legal department’s work, support and manage a passionate and dedicated staff of attorneys and legal professionals to drive the mission and direction of the legal department, and contribute to the organization-wide continued fight towards long-term transformational change for immigrant communities.
The ideal candidate will be a seasoned litigator with demonstrated experience integrating legal strategy across campaigns and program teams. She/He/They will be an excellent people manager with an ability to work collaboratively with staff in equitable and inclusive ways that honor the identities, backgrounds, and experiences of the team and colleagues across the organization. The ideal candidate will bring a passion for immigrant justice and a deep commitment to community-centered advocacy and litigation. She/He/They will be a charismatic partner with proven relationship building skills to work and communicate with other organizations and partners in the immigrants’ rights space. The director must have a law degree, and federal civil litigation experience is highly preferred.
For a detailed position description, please visit: https://nonprofitprofessionals.com/current-searches-all/nilc-ld.
More information about NILC can be found at: www.nilc.org.
This search is being conducted with assistance from Callie Carroll and Whitney Herrington of Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Applications including a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume and where you learned of the position should be submitted to: NILC-LD@nonprofitprofessionals.com .
National Immigration Law Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, candidates of color, and people of all backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
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Nonprofit Professionals Advisory Group
PEAK Grantmaking advances the field of grantmaking so that grantmakers and grantseekers can best achieve their missions. As the professional home for seasoned and emerging grants management leaders, PEAK creates space for members to learn from each other and bring innovation to their home institutions. As an organization with members working at the nexus of craft and impact in an evolving philanthropic sector, PEAK Grantmaking is leading a conversation about values-based grantmaking. With a network of nearly 4,400 individual members and 372 organizational members, and supported by a talented staff of twelve, PEAK has reached a pivotal time of growth and organizational transformation. PEAK now seeks its next President & CEO to carry forward a vision and strategy that elevates the profession and field of grants management as key contributors to philanthropic strategy and effectiveness.
The President & CEO will work closely with the Board and staff to articulate and implement a vision for the future of PEAK, ensuring a values-driven approach in which equity, diversity, inclusion, awareness of power dynamics in the craft of philanthropy, and a commitment to learning, sharing, and evolving are integrated and operationalized in the organizational strategy. He/she/they will engage PEAK membership and build the organizational value proposition, while also cultivating strong partnerships with the field of philanthropy serving organizations and the broader philanthropic sector.
The President & CEO will be a seasoned leader with deep commitment to the field of philanthropy and a sophisticated understanding of the role that grants management plays in supporting the broader field of philanthropy in stewarding resources effectively and achieving impact. He/she/they will have demonstrated experience building community or creating a dynamic space that invites others in for learning and collaboration; ability to elevate areas of collective interest and champion compelling ideas to meaningful action. He/she/they will be a supportive team leader and manager with the skills to guide the organization through this transformative change.
For more information: https://nonprofitprofessionals.com/current-searches-all/peak-ceo
PEAK Grantmaking is partnering with Katherine Jacobs, Linh Nguyen, and Cara Pearsall of NPAG . To apply, send a cover letter describing your interest and qualifications, your resume (in Word format), and where you learned of the position to