President and CEO

The Jefferson Foundation, located in Festus, Missouri, is seeking a President and CEO.  The Jefferson Foundation is a health conversion foundation that was created in January of 2013 from the proceeds of the sale of the Jefferson Regional Medical Center in Crystal City, Missouri.  Current assets of the Foundation exceed $150 million.

The mission of the Jefferson Foundation is to provide support for charitable and educational activities that promote individual and community health and well-being in Jefferson County, Missouri. The Foundation was established to be perpetual by design. Because of the structure of the organization, no fundraising is required. Since its formation, Jefferson Foundation has distributed more than $7 million in grants annually to qualified public charities and government entities, thereby benefiting residents of Jefferson County, Missouri.

The President/CEO of the Jefferson Foundation reports to the Foundation Board of Directors and is responsible for leading the organization in conducting the business of the Foundation, primarily grant making.
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Development / Marketing Director

Glory Community, Broomfield, Colorado, is seeking a Development / Marketing  Director. Glory Community is a 501(c)3 organization where adults with developmental disabilities live, work and socialize together.  Glory Community was created to offer a private option to families looking for a faith-based Christian environment and family-oriented community for their son or daughter with intellectual disabilities. The services of Glory Community are operated free of government support, financed by resident fees and fundraising proceeds.  The current annual operating budget is $250,000.  The ideal candidate for Development / Marketing  Director is a seasoned fund raising professional with demonstrated success in fundraising in the Denver area, who genuinely shares the vision of Glory Community.

The Development/Marketing Director is responsible for planning, organizing, and directing all of Glory Community’s fundraising activities including grants, major gifts, periodic appeals, planned giving, special events and capital campaigns.
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Director of Development

The Kids In Need Foundation’s mission is to ensure that every child is prepared to learn and succeed by providing free school supplies nationally to students most in need. The Kids In Need Foundation, a national 501(c)(3) charitable organization founded in 1995, has distributed nearly $800 million in school supplies, directly benefiting 4.8 million students and more than 150,000 teachers annually.

The Director of Development will cultivate and solicit financial and product donations from corporations, foundations and individuals in support of the Foundation. This person will work closely with the Executive Director and the Senior Director of Development and Corporate Partnerships to obtain gifts, manage corporate cause-related marketing programs, and grants being applied for by the Foundation.
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Executive Director

The Board of Trustees of the Cherokee National Historical Society, Inc. (CNHS) invites applications for the organization’s next Executive Director. CNHS is a private, non-profit corporation established in 1963. It operates the Cherokee Heritage Center, located on the grounds of the original Cherokee Female Seminary near Tahlequah, Oklahoma. The Cherokee Heritage Center includes: a museum with an award-winning Trail of Tears exhibit; archives; material culture collections; Diligwa – a 1710 Cherokee Village; Adams Corner – 1890s Indian Territory village; school programs and outreach; annual juried art shows; genealogy services; and a publications program. The organization has 20 regular full time as well as part time and seasonal temporary staff.

Reporting to the Board of Trustees, the Executive Director has primary responsibility for leading the organization’s strategic planning and fundraising efforts, managing the day-to-day operations and directing the work of a professional staff, and serving as the primary spokesperson for the organization.
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Chief Executive Officer

New Horizons Mental Health Services, Inc. has been providing quality services to the citizens of Fairfield County, Ohio since 1971, evolving as community needs changed. The agency began as The Drug Abuse Board and served the community as a drug treatment program. In the 1980’s the agency placed more emphasis on children’s mental health while maintaining drug treatment services. In 1993 New Horizons merged with the Fairfield Family Counseling Center which incorporated more adult services into the array. New Horizons Mental Health Services adopted its current name in 2013 and today, with community partners, provides comprehensive services in a variety of settings to over 6,000 persons per year. In addition to three offices in Lancaster and Pickerington, New Horizons has staff based in select county offices and schools. New Horizons Mental Health Services employs approximately 90 staff with an annual budget of over $6 million. This not for profit agency is accredited through the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF).
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Vice President of Development

The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma is the state’s largest private, domestic hunger-relief organization and a member of Feeding America’s network of Food Banks.  The nonprofit provides enough food to feed more than 126,000 hungry Oklahomans each week through a network of more than 1,300 schools and charitable feeding programs in 53 central and western Oklahoma counties. Since its inception in 1980, the Regional Food Bank has distributed more than 587 million pounds of food to feed Oklahoma’s hungry.

The RFBO is a highly respected, well-run, complex organization operating at the highest standards to fulfill its mission. The organization’s core values of innovation, stewardship and vitality are at the forefront of its growth and evident in its daily work environment.
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Director of Development

The Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium (LUMCON) was formed in 1979 to increase awareness of the environmental, economic and cultural value of Louisiana’s coastal and marine environments by conducting research and educational programs. A public institution that is a program of the Louisiana Board of Regents system, LUMCON offers educational programming and research opportunities at the W.J. DeFelice Marine Center in Cocodrie, LA, at sea onboard its research vessels, and across the state and region via outreach efforts. LUMCON is a premier marine research and education facility entering a 5-year growth phase.

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Director of Development will be responsible for establishing and building a fundraising program for LUMCON, including individual, corporate and foundation gifts from local, regional and national sources.
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President & CEO

The Board of Commissioners of the Tlingit-Haida Regional Housing Authority (THRHA), in Juneau, AK, invites applications for the organization’s next President & CEO.

THRHA is a private, non-profit corporation established in 1973 by the Alaska state government, the Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska (CCTHITA), and the U.S. Housing and Urban Development (HUD) agency, under Alaska State Statute (S. 18.55.995). It serves as the regional housing authority for southeast Alaska as well as the Tribally Designated Housing Entity (TDHE) for 12 tribes in the region. The organization has 50 regular full time and 80+ temporary staff, either located at the headquarters in Juneau or within the communities served across the southeast Alaska region. Its Board of Commissioners is appointed by CCTHITA.
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Vice President of Philanthropy

Arkansas Children’s Hospital Foundation, in Little Rock, AR, is conducting a national search for a Vice President of Philanthropy. This position will report directly to the President of Arkansas Children’s Foundation.  Arkansas Children’s, Inc. is the only health system in the state solely dedicated to caring for children, which allows the organization to uniquely shape the landscape of pediatric care in Arkansas.

The Vice President of Philanthropy (VP) plays a vital role in the growth of philanthropic revenue for Arkansas Children’s Hospital Foundation.  The VP directs and/or leads multiple areas that encompass a broad scope of responsibility.
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Executive Director

American Civil Liberties Union of Iowa,  Des Moines, Iowa

Position filled, congratulations to Mark Stringer!

Director of Development

InnerWill Leadership Institute, Manakin Sabot, Virginia

Position filled, congratulations to Betsy Fortlouis!

Executive Director

Florida Developmental Disabilities Council, Tallahassee, Florida

Position filled, congratulations to Valerie Breen!

President and Chief Executive Officer

Heartland Center for Behavioral Change, Kansas City, Missouri

Position filled, congratulations to Carolyn Ross!

Executive Director

Ramapo-Bergen Animal Refuge, Inc., Oakland, New Jersey

Position filled, congratulations to Megan Boyle!

Chief Executive Officer

PKD (Polycystic Kidney Disease) Foundation, Kansas City, Missouri  

Position filled, congratulations to Andy Betts!

Vice President for Development

Linda Hall Library, Kansas City, Missouri

Position filled, congratulations to Amy Scrivner!

Director of the VFW Foundation

VFW National Headquarters, Kansas City, Missouri

Position filled, congratulations to Richard Potter!

Executive Director

Anderson Hospital Foundation, Maryville, Illinois

Position filled, congratulations to Lynn Huelsmann!


United Way of Northwest Arkansas, Lowell, Arkansas

Position filled, congratulations to Kimberly Aaron!