Mountain View, CA

Executive Vice President, Community Action and Public Policy, Silicon Valley Community Foundation

The Organization – Silicon Valley Community Foundation

For the past 20 years, the mission of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation (SVCF) has been to advance innovative solutions to challenging problems. The organization has returned to its community foundation roots – engaging donors, corporations, government and community partners in efforts to make the Silicon Valley region and the world a better place. Based in Mountain View, California, SVCF partners with families, individuals and corporations to manage and facilitate their philanthropy by connecting donors to communities’ most pressing needs.

Position Overview

SVCF is seeking an experienced Executive Vice President, Community Action and Public Policy (CAPP) who will collaborate to successfully deliver programmatic strategies for the foundation’s discretionary funds and craft integrated processes that highlight the strengths of each portfolio and provide opportunities to leverage the underlying intersections among them. The EVP, CAPP will also be responsible for developing and implementing strategies to advance the policy interests of SVCF.

This position offers a competitive salary range of $300,000 to $350,000 and includes a comprehensive benefits package.The Silicon Valley Community Foundation has exclusively retained The 360 Group of San Francisco to assist with this search. Please visit to review the complete position description, which includes detailed application instructions. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis; earlier applicants may receive priority consideration. To be considered, The 360 Group encourages all interested candidates to submit their applications promptly.

How to Apply

The Silicon Valley Community Foundation has exclusively retained The 360 Group of San Francisco to assist with this search. Please visit to review the complete position description, which includes detailed application instructions. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis; earlier applicants may receive priority consideration. To be considered, The 360 Group encourages all interested candidates to submit their applications promptly.

New York, NY

Chief Philanthropy Officer, Women Moving Millions

The Organization – Women Moving Millions

Flexibility to be based in one of the following metro areas: New York, NY; Boston, MA; Washington, DC; Chicago, IL; or San Francisco, CA. Preference for the role to be based in New York, NY.

Women Moving Millions’ (WMM) mission is to catalyze unprecedented resources to realize a gender-equal world. Launched initially as a campaign, WMM founders believed in the power and potential of what is possible when you gather a community of women together with a shared commitment to change the world. In the last decade, the community has grown to nearly 400 members who have collectively committed over $1B to improve the lives of women, girls, and gender-expansive people worldwide. WMM does this not just because they believe in gender equality, but because it’s a smarter, more effective way to foster a more equitable world.

At WMM, they envision a gender equal world where women and girls are agents of change in their own lives and communities. A world that is just, at peace, and flourishing. To achieve this vision, they believe greater resources must be directed to the intersecting movements fighting for gender and racial equality. With less than 2% of philanthropic capital going to women and girls, this vision will remain out of reach unless the quantity and quality of funds going to feminist movements and leaders increases exponentially.

To accomplish this vision, WMM seeks to strengthen the funding ecosystem of the movement and serve as a bridge to the intersecting movements working towards gender equality. Through the curation of a dynamic community of women philanthropists, they are able to tap into and leverage members’ collective influence and power (resources, social capital, and expertise) and drive greater capital to accelerate progress. WMM takes a ‘big tent’ approach to its membership, including women at all stages of their philanthropic journeys, creating spaces for members to be vulnerable, build trust, and hold one another accountable as they learn, grow, and act.

Today, WMM brings its unique platform, movement expertise, and position as a leader in catalyzing capital to bear in everything they do. It has a proven track record of moving money to the movement: from its founding campaign, which raised a groundbreaking $181M for 41 women’s funds, to the 2020 Give Bold, Get Equal Campaign, which secured $110M in new member commitments amidst the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the Women’s Power and Influence Fund, seeded by Pivotal Ventures in 2022, which activated over $11M in new giving. WMM’s history and approach as an organization and community builder is proof that when women give boldly, others will follow.

In 2023, WMM launched a new strategic planning effort, with leadership support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to offer a new, bold vision and roadmap for how WMM will meet the urgent challenges impacting women’s rights globally and set it on an accelerated path to move the next billion dollars in resources to the movement for gender equality in its history. Through this plan, WMM seeks to unleash the full power of this community, and support a more diverse ecosystem of members, nonmembers, funding partners, and investment activity.

Position Overview

Amid this critical mission and environment of extraordinary investment and expansion, WMM seeks candidates for Chief Philanthropy Officer (CPO). The CPO provides comprehensive and strategic leadership of WMM philanthropic engagement and revenue growth initiatives. The primary responsibility of this leader is to drive strategies for the ongoing growth of a diverse community of philanthropic support and deep, long-term relationships based on the common goal of gender equality. Reporting directly to the CEO, the CPO works closely with senior executive and Board leadership to establish and advance philanthropic engagement goals and secure the revenue necessary to sustain WMM’s overall efforts for gender equality. The CPO will manage an evolving team that currently includes the Director of Community Engagement, Assistant Director of Communications, and Member Engagement Associate and is projected to expand commensurate with organizational growth and in consultation with the CEO. The CPO will lead efforts to fund implementation of WMM’s strategic priorities by simultaneously growing sources of recurring revenue (member dues and contributions, foundation and corporate support) to ensure long-term sustainability and raising supplementary growth capital through major gifts to WMM from members and foundations.

This is a unique opportunity to play a significant role in advancing gender equality for a philanthropy leader who possesses a background of developing and executing creative, effective fundraising strategies and events as well as a sophisticated understanding of influencing and stewarding high-net-worth donors, family offices, foundations, and institutional philanthropy.

Download the full position description via the following link:

Women Moving Millions is committed to the diversity of its workforce and strongly encourages applicants from all cultures, races, educational backgrounds, socio-economic classes, sexual orientations, age, gender, and physical abilities to apply. WMM does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, familial status, marital status, caregiver status, or any other category protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.

How to Apply

Women Moving Millions has retained the DSG Fundraising & Advancement Practice of the Diversified Search Group to assist in this confidential search process. Inquiries, nominations, and applications (current resumes and cover letters) may be submitted via the following link –, or directed to:

Gerard F. Cattie, Jr.
Managing Director and DSG Fundraising & Advancement Practice Leader
Diversified Search Group
The Chrysler Building, 405 Lexington Avenue, 49th Floor, New York, New York 10174 | 212.542.2587

Los Angeles, California

Associate Senior Vice President for Alumni Relations, University of Southern California

The Organization – USC Alumni Association (USCAA)

About the USC Alumni Association

The USC Alumni Association (USCAA) is a vibrant and dynamic organization dedicated to engaging and supporting the vast network of USC alumni worldwide. With over 100 affiliated alumni organizations and a commitment to fostering a culture of philanthropy, the USCAA serves as the representative voice for all USC alumni. Through a wide range of programs, events,

and services, the USCAA strengthens connections among alumni and with the university, ensuring a lifelong bond with the Trojan Family.

Position Overview

Lindauer is pleased to partner with the University of Southern California in its search for an Associate Senior Vice President for Alumni Relations.

The University of Southern California’s Alumni Association (USCAA) is seeking an Associate Senior Vice President (ASVP) for Alumni Relations to lead in cultivating a robust alumni network. Reporting to the Senior Vice President for University Advancement, the ASVP will spearhead strategic initiatives to increase alumni engagement, philanthropic support, and community building while advancing the university’s mission, priorities, and values.

Ideal candidates will possess a personal connection to USC, a demonstrated commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion as well as cultural competency, inclusive leadership, and senior management experience within a complex organizational structure.

This is an exceptional opportunity to make a lasting impact by fostering meaningful connections among USC alumni and the larger Trojan Family, contributing to the university’s overarching mission of societal development.

Successful candidates will:

• Develop a strategic vision to enhance alumni connection and philanthropy, aligning with

USC’s mission.

• Oversee diverse programs, events, and services, incorporating USC traditions and

innovative engagement methods.

• Support and collaborate with the USC Alumni Board of Governors and volunteers to

optimize alumni involvement.

• Foster transparent communication to educate alumni on university priorities and

USCAA’s impact.

• Strengthen ties within the Trojan Family and facilitate open collaboration with internal

and external stakeholders.

Salary Range: $250-330K

How to Apply

Learn more and apply:

Troy, MI

Internal Communications Officer, The Kresge Foundation

The Organization – The Kresge Foundation

The Kresge Foundation is one of the top 20 private philanthropic foundations in the United States and the only one focused exclusively on expanding opportunities for people with low income in American cities. With an endowment of approximately $4 billion and a staff of over 100 employees, the foundation deploys grants and social investments across arts and culture, education, environment, health, human services and community development. The foundation’s state-of-the-art headquarters maintains an array of energy-efficient, water-conserving and health-promoting systems. The foundation also operates an office in Detroit’s Midtown district.

About the position

The Internal Communications Officer manages a portfolio of communication products and responsibilities, including, but not limited to: (1) Providing primary communications support for operational departments; (2) Researching, creating, and developing content to enhance internal and external understanding of Kresge’s mission, grantmaking, investing, and impact; and (3) Developing and implementing communication plans that promote the internal and external priorities of the Kresge Foundation.

Primary responsibilities

·       Bring the full complement of communication tools– traditional, digital, social, and event management – to create and deliver high-impact communication plans, products, and deliverables to internal and external audiences.

·       Identify, research, write, and create news stories, press releases, case studies, presentations, speeches, and other communications needed to promote understanding of Kresge’s mission, values, grantmaking, investments and organizational activities to internal and external audiences.

·       Develop and edit organizational messages and plans to inform staff of news and key developments – from message conceptualization and refinement to internal distribution, follow-up, and evaluation.

·       Publishes relevant content weekly on Intranet site. Partners with Information Technology to maintain Intranet software, manage changes and introduce new features to HUB ambassadors and staff.

·       Serve as editor and publisher of biweekly internal newsletter.

·       Co-lead internal intranet ambassador group and provide training so that “super users” have the skills to create and post content on the HUB, further contributing to the flow of information throughout the foundation.

·       Anticipate and support communication challenges as a trusted organizational partner, including crisis communication readiness.

·       Collaborate with the digital team to maintain a consistent visual identity.

·       Periodically may assist Kresge grantees and partners with their communications needs, including advising, reviewing, and editing press releases, research reports and other materials, as needed; orchestrating from behind-the-scenes or assisting with media and other events, as needed.

·       Prudently manage resources and demonstrate a commitment to fiscal stewardship.

·       Provide research and communications project support for the External Affairs and Communications Office as needed.

·       Provide regular updates to the Director on project developments and status.

·       Embody Kresge values in both professional and personal behavior.

·       Exhibit consistency, dependability, and reliability.

·       Engage in scheduled team and foundation events to promote collaboration, personal development, and enrich the overall work environment.


·       Bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism or related field.

·       A minimum of five years corporate communications experience; three of the five years in an internal communications role preferred, and nonprofit experience preferred.

·       Demonstrated news judgment, writing, researching and interviewing skills. Ability to accurately translate information to internal and external audiences using clear, accessible prose.

·       Experience with content-management systems required. Experience with Microsoft SharePoint intranet platform and WordPress desirable.

·       Demonstrated professional maturity and ability to use professional judgement, manage information confidentially, and apply discretion.

·       Solid interpersonal skills; ability to participate in collaborative project teams and coordinate deliverables/deadlines throughout all phases of a project.

·       Thorough knowledge and practice of Associated Press style.

·       Ability to juggle tasks, quickly adapt to changing needs, and meet deadlines.

·       Demonstrated ability to work independently on projects and assignments.

·       Experience with video production and scripting desirable.

This position is full-time. The starting salary for this position begins at $110,174.00 per year. Individual offers will be based on the candidate’s years of experience and our practice of upholding salary equity within the foundation.

The application deadline for this position is Midnight EST on March 21, 2023. Please attach a cover letter for consideration for this position. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.

This position is located in Troy, Michigan and currently has a hybrid schedule. Tuesday and Wednesday are the standard in-office days, however, there may be times when you will have to adjust the days based on work needs.

This position requires occasional travel for foundation activities, events and professional development activities.

Some of the benefits include:

·       Health, dental, vision and life insurance

·       Paid time off

·       Half day Fridays

·       401k and 401k matching

·       Tuition reimbursement

·       Life, accident and disability insurance

Kresge is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and strongly encourages applications from people of color, persons with disabilities, women, and LGBTQ+ applicants. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability or other applicable legally protected characteristics.

The Kresge Foundation participates in E-Verify to confirm authorization to work in the United States. For more information on E-Verify and to know your rights please click here.

How to Apply

The application deadline for this position is Midnight EST on March 21, 2023. Please attach a cover letter for consideration for this position. The cover letter should address your specific interest in the position and outline skills and experience that directly relate to this position.

Click the link below to apply:

Springfield, MA

CEO, Women's Fund of Western Massachusetts

The Organization – Women’s Fund of Western Massachusetts

The Women’s Fund of Western Massachusetts (WFWM) is currently seeking a CEO to lead this well-respected and highly trusted non-profit organization into a new chapter of fiscal growth and program development, building on its strong bedrock of innovation and success.  Based in Springfield and serving the four counties of Western Massachusetts, WFWM was established in 1997 as a collaborative resource of promising solutions and result-oriented partners striving to achieve gender equality in our region and beyond, elevating the collective power of local women to take charge, and to lead with purpose.

Position Overview

Beside effectively and efficiently managing the WFWM’s ongoing operations, the CEO’s mission is to ensure people in our communities have the power to prosper economically and live safe, healthy lives, while leading the organization toward a vision of gender and social justice philanthropy and an end to gender oppression. In addition, the CEO creates and stewards successful fundraising and philanthropic initiatives to benefit the WFWM’s objectives and protect its endowment, along with maintaining and continually strengthening the fiscal viability of the organization. Leading and empowering a small collaborative team of highly skilled, experienced, and passionate, mission-driven professionals, the CEO expands the participation of diverse community members in WFWM’s work, ensuring multiple voices and perspectives are respectfully and consistently engaged. WMFM is governed by a highly engaged Board of Directors composed of community representatives, local business leaders, and thought leaders.

How to Apply

Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled, however priority consideration will be given to those received by March 1, 2024. For more information on the organization and full description of the position and application process, visit Applications and questions should be sent to

Cambridge, MA

Director of the Annual Fund, The American Academy of Arts & Sciences

The Organization – The American Academy of Arts & Sciences

We are seeking a dynamic and strategic Annual Fund Director to lead our organization’s annual fundraising efforts. The Annual Fund Director will be responsible for developing and implementing comprehensive fundraising strategies aimed at engaging donors, increasing annual giving revenue, and fostering a culture of philanthropy within our community of esteemed Academy members and friends. A key role in the Academy’s six-person development team, the Director is both a strategic leader and hands-on manager of day-to-day activities. The ideal candidate will have a proven track record of success in fundraising, strong leadership skills, and a passion for the Academy’s mission.

This is a full-time, in-office position based at the Academy’s headquarters in Cambridge, MA with some remote work allowable.  Some evening and weekend work may be required for events and donor engagements.

Key Responsibilities:

Develop and Implement Annual Fundraising Strategy:

  • Create and execute an annual fundraising plan that outlines strategies for donor acquisition, retention, and stewardship.
  • Identify fundraising goals and develop metrics to measure progress and success.
  • Engage governance volunteers for peer-to-peer solicitation and stewardship.
  • Ensure timely and accurate recording and acknowledgement of all gifts.

Direct Mail and Digital Fundraising Campaigns:

  • Oversee the planning, execution, and analysis of direct mail and digital fundraising campaigns.
  • Collaborate with the communications and publications teams to develop compelling fundraising appeals and materials.

Major Gift Collaboration:

  • Collaborate closely with development colleagues to identify potential major gifts from high-net-worth annual fund donors.

Data Analysis and Reporting:

  • Utilize fundraising data and analytics to evaluate the effectiveness of fundraising strategies and make data-driven decisions.
  • Prepare regular reports on fundraising performance and progress towards goals.

Team Leadership and Collaboration:

  • Mentor the Development Associate, providing guidance, support, and professional development opportunities.
  • Collaborate cross-functionally with other departments, including communications, publications, events, finance, and programs, to align fundraising efforts with organizational goals.


  • Bachelor’s degree required (Master’s degree preferred), or equivalent
  • Minimum of 5 years of experience in nonprofit fundraising, with a focus on annual giving and donor relations.
  • Proven track record of successfully meeting fundraising goals and increasing revenue.
  • Strong leadership and team management skills, with the ability to inspire and motivate colleagues and volunteers.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with the ability to build relationships and effectively communicate the organization’s mission and fundraising needs.
  • Experience with fundraising software and CRM systems, with a preference for Salesforce.
  • Demonstrated ability to think strategically, analyze data, and develop and implement fundraising plans.
  • Commitment to the organization’s mission and values.

How to Apply

Please apply directly through our website.

Glendale, CA

CFO, Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County

The Organization – Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County

Founded in 1965 as part of the nation’s War on Poverty, Neighborhood Legal Services of Los Angeles County (NLSLA) is one of the largest and most prominent public interest law firms in California. NLSLA provides free assistance to more than 160,000 individuals and families a year through innovative projects that expand access to justice and address the most critical needs of people living in poverty throughout Los Angeles.

Position Overview

Reporting to the President & CEO, the CFO will manage a small team of highly skilled finance and accounting professionals, and team closely with the Director of Grants Management & Compliance. In addition to motivating, developing, and retaining a strong team, the CFO will also lead a multi-year effort to streamline NLSLA’s financial systems and processes to become a state-of-the-art department. Additionally, this leader will help support other departments to gain access to more and better  data to inform decision-making and strategy.

NLSLA seeks a service-oriented leader with a demonstrated commitment to social justice, who values collaboration, and inclusion while holding themselves and others to highest degree of excellence and integrity. In their work to combat the immediate and long-lasting effects of poverty and expanding access to health, opportunity, and justice in Los Angeles’ diverse neighborhoods, NLSLA needs a CFO with experience working closely with lawyers and unions. A leader who brings experience or familiarity in navigating the uniqueness that comes with financial management and grantmaking in Legal Aid. A people-first leader who motivates and inspires, and gets the best out of their teams, in alignment with NLSLA’s organizational norms and culture.

Desired Qualifications

·       At least 5 years of VP-level leadership and management experience

·       Experience working in a nonprofit, preferably a legal aid organization

·       Nonprofit accounting

·       CPA or audit background is preferred, but not required

·       Experience with a union and collective bargaining agreements is a plus

·       Prior experience working closely with lawyers is preferred

The salary range for this role is $150,000 – 180,000.

This position is based at the NLSLA office in Glendale, California with two-to-three days in-office each week. Also, this role requires occasional travel the other NLSLA offices across LA County.

How to Apply

To view the full position and apply visit:

New York,NY

Manager, Individual Giving, Echoing Green

The Organization – Echoing Green

Echoing Green identifies tomorrow’s transformational leaders today. Through its Fellowships and other innovative leadership initiatives, Echoing Green spots emerging leaders and invests deeply in their success to accelerate their impact, and has established a global community of emerging leaders who have launched GirlTrek, Tala, Village of Wisdom, Shining Hope for Communities, SKS Microfinance, Last Mile Health, Neighborhood Benches, Good Call, and hundreds of others.

Echoing Green identifies tomorrow’s transformational leaders today. Through its Fellowships and other innovative leadership initiatives, Echoing Green spots emerging leaders and invests deeply in their success to accelerate their impact, and has established a global community of emerging leaders who have launched GirlTrek, Tala, Village of Wisdom, Shining Hope for Communities, SKS Microfinance, Last Mile Health, Neighborhood Benches, Good Call, and hundreds of others.

For more information on Echoing Green, please visit

Position Overview

The Manager will join the department building a growth plan to raise $20M per year from individuals, corporations, and foundations. As the second member of the individual giving team, reporting to the Senior Director, they will have the opportunity to influence strategy development, donor engagement initiatives, process development and support a growing base of financial contributions from individual supporters.

You’ll support Individual Giving by:

  • Initially support the Senior Director of Individual Giving in managing a portfolio of High Net Worth donors. In the long-term, build and develop a portfolio of mid-range (likely 5 figure) donors.
  • Support the entire department in the process of engaging key long-term, new, and prospective donors to generate funding to support the organization.
  • Collaborate with colleagues on the Development team to develop cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies for donors. Help develop new and creative ideas for donor engagement.
  • Participate in the departmental portfolio review process and be responsible for maintaining an organized donor cultivation and stewardship system by updating donor records in the Echoing Green Salesforce database.
  • Collaborate with appropriate Echoing Green departments to identify, measure, and donor deliverables, where required.
  • Ensure proper individual donor recognition in all publications.
  • Conduct and analyze prospect research with a keen understanding of identifying and cultivating new donors and stewarding donors towards more significant gifts.
  • Support the development and implementation of fundraising policies and procedures, including donor pipeline strategies.
  • Manage individual reporting and proposal writing, where required; support the creation of appropriate fundraising and outreach materials, including (but not limited to) letters, emails, and proposals.
  • Support the management of EG’s online donation platform and the platform’s integration with Salesforce.
  • Implement donor tracking and acknowledgment best practices for all individual donors.
  • Work with EG’s finance team to support development/finance reconciliation.
  • Collaborate with program and senior staff in preparing and presenting the organization in funder relationships, proposals, and stewardship activities (e.g., donation acknowledgment letters).
  • Maintain up-to-date and accurate records of your donor portfolio in the Echoing Green Salesforce database.
  • Support reporting efforts of the Senior Director, Individual giving (preparing slides, etc).
  • Support cross-vertical projects such as pipeline building; planning
  • Supporting implementation of the strategic plan

What you’ll bring:

● Passion for Echoing Green’s mission, with a commitment to social entrepreneurship and harnessing next-generation talent.

● Excellent written and oral communication, interpersonal, and presentation skills.

● 3-5 years’ experience of demonstrated fundraising experience and success in cultivating and soliciting individual donors.

● Excellent organizational skills, with the ability to manage multiple responsibilities, meet timelines, and improve processes.

● Comfortable working in a fast-paced, dynamic environment

● Keen analytical and prospect research skills, experience developing fundraising materials, i.e., reports and proposals.

● Proactive work style

● Experience successfully identifying potential individual donors and developing effective strategies to cultivate, solicit, and upgrade them.

● A working knowledge of effective moves management strategies.

● A high level of discretion and ethical approach to fundraising.

● Strong interpersonal skills to establish effective working relationships with staff and stakeholders.


Base Salary: $91,500/year

Echoing Green offers a full benefits package designed to support employee wellness which includes:

● Up to 27 days off per year, plus 9 paid holidays and 10 days off for winter break

● Best-in-class health insurance which covers medical, dental, and vision needs

● 16 weeks of paid parental leave

● 12 weeks paid personal sick leave

● Monthly well-being stipend of $100/month

● Monthly wireless stipend of $100/month

● Professional development stipend of $1000 per fiscal year, plus an additional $350 per fiscal year to support employees’ learnings around racial equity

● 403(b)-retirement savings plan with an employer match up to 7% of annual salary

This role is hybrid in New York City and will require 1-2 days in office and will eventually be fully remote

Employees of Echoing Green are required to show proof of being fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Reasonable accommodations will be considered on a case-by-case basis for exemptions to this requirement in accordance with applicable law.

Echoing Green provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, ancestry, sexual orientation, national origin, age, handicap, disability, marital status, or status as a veteran. Echoing Green complies with all applicable laws

How to Apply

Seattle, WA

Middle School Assistant Director, Lakeside School

The Organization – Lakeside School

Lakeside School is an independent, coeducational day school offering a broad curriculum in the liberal arts for students in grades 5-12. Lakeside’s highly motivated and talented students hail from diverse ethnic, racial, religious, and economic backgrounds. The school employs a similarly diverse group of faculty and administrators. Lakeside is currently recruiting for a Middle School Assistant Director. This will be a full time extended school year position beginning in August 2024.

Additional Information
The School’s Mission and shared commitment of all Lakeside employees is to develop in intellectually capable young people the creative minds, healthy bodies, and ethical spirits to contribute wisdom, compassion, and leadership to a global society. We provide a rigorous, dynamic academic program through which effective educators lead students to take responsibility for learning. We are committed to sustaining a school in which individuals representing diverse cultures and experiences instruct one another in the meaning and value of community and in the joy and importance of lifelong learning.

The Assistant Director’s main responsibility is for the Middle School’s student programs, which focus on students’ growth and development in academic, co-curricular, social, and personal dimensions. The Middle School Assistant Director reports to the Middle School Director and is a member of Lakeside’s Directors Group, the Student Support Team, and the Middle School Department Heads Group. Specific responsibilities of the Assistant Director include:

  • Work in partnership with the Middle School Director to lead the division.
  • Manage student discipline and coordinate with the Upper School Assistant Director regarding disciplinary issues. This includes working proactively to cultivate a community of inclusivity and respect, communicating the Community Expectations, handling daily discipline and conduct matters with teachers, students, and families, coordinating the Discipline Council which consults which makes decisions about consequences for major infractions, and coordinating with the US Assistant Director to ensure alignment across divisions.
  • Oversee the advising program in the Middle School.
  • Be an active member of the Middle School Student Support Team. Serve as the middle school administrator when significant concerns arise such as academic probation and discipline. Supervise high risk situations along with the Director of Family and Student Support and coordinate with the US Assistant Director during the 8 th grade student transition to the upper school.
  • Lead and coordinate the co-curricular program for students in grades 5 through 8, including after school clubs, the after-school study hall program, dances, and other Lakeside extracurricular activities. Manage and oversee all budgets related to this work. Coordinate Middle School participation in school-wide events like May Day and Tailgates.
  • Collaborate with and lead the Deans to oversee coordination of all grade-level activities including grade-level welcome nights for parents and guardians, New Student Orientation, and other events as assigned.
  • Publicly represent the Middle School at events such as Admissions Open Houses, admissions panel events for parents and guardians, Coffee and Tea with Middle School Administrators, and Parents and Guardians Association meetings of the Middle School Class Representatives.
  • Serve as Middle School transportation liaison for the Metro Bus system.
  • Advise a group of 8 to 9 students and participate in grade-level activities.
  • Take part in faculty professional growth and teacher evaluation.
  • Participate in outdoor trips, Global Service Learning (GSL), service learning, and Middle School duties as assigned.
  • Explore the possibility of teaching or coaching as part of their responsibilities.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements and Qualifications

  • Previous experience working with and a deep appreciation for middle school-aged students.
  • Demonstrated qualities of initiative, good judgment, and strong teamwork with a can-do attitude.
  • Commitment to culturally-responsive practices and embracing diversity, including self-awareness of personal identity lenses. The candidate should understand various perspectives, engage respectfully with cultures different from their own, and establish meaningful relationships with individuals from diverse cultural frameworks.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, along with the ability to foster relationships with key stakeholders such as middle school students, families, and employees.
  • Dedication to Lakeside’s core values of academic excellence, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB), and global citizenship.
  • Excellent organizational, verbal, and written communication skills.
  • Sense of humor.
  • Ability to exercise discretion and independent judgment when interacting with faculty, staff, students, and parents/guardians.
  • Candidates must satisfactorily complete three criminal history background checks.

Compensation and Benefits
Salary Range: $130,000 – $155,000 based upon experience and education.

Lakeside School is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding candidates and provides a competitive compensation package. Benefits include:

  • Use of school library and gymnasium
  • Paid holidays and vacation
  • Computer loan program
  • Passport Corporate membership
  • Reduced facility rentals
  • Housing assistance program
  • Bus/bike benefits
  • Free parking
  • Free lunch
  • Flexible spending accounts
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Life/disability insurance
  • Retirement with generous employer contribution
  • Dependent medical and vision subsidy
  • Employer-paid medical, dental, and vision insurance (based on FTE)

Lakeside School is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding faculty candidates who will add to the racial, cultural and gender diversity of our school community. We provide a competitive compensation package that includes, but is not limited to, a monthly salary, excellent health and welfare benefits, access to funds for professional development, housing down payment assistance, and school-provided lunches. Additionally, Lakeside offers faculty and staff opportunities to participate in non-classroom teaching programs such as Summer School, coaching, etc., for extra compensation.

Application Process
Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and work history via the online application located on Lakeside’s website ( From the home page choose About Us / Careers / View and Apply for Available Jobs. Applications will be accepted until March 1st.

Click here to be redirected to the application.

Little Rock, AR, or Washington, DC

Chief Executive Officer, Winrock International

The Organization – Winrock International

Created nearly 40 years ago through the philanthropy of Winthrop Rockefeller and John D. Rockefeller III, Winrock International is a $110 million nonprofit organization that works to improve lives, livelihoods, and the planet through a combination of technical expertise and entrepreneurial innovation in partnership with governments and local, regional, and international partners.

Winrock has extensive on-the-ground experience in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. Winrock’s mission is to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity, and sustain natural resources. They provide evidence-based solutions to some of the world’s most complex problems.

Winrock implements over 100 agriculture, environment, and social development projects in over 40 countries, including the U.S. Its 857 staff members, including project-based staff, span globally, and Winrock has offices in Little Rock, Washington D.C., Manila, and Nairobi, along with dozens of project offices.

Staff in the U.S. and around the world value engagement, accountability, and communication in meaningful work that makes a difference. Winrock aims to nurture a positive, healthy, respectful culture and is committed to four key principles: results-focused, human-centered, science-based, and market-driven. The focus on excellence is undergirded by Winrock’s Core Values and Code of Conduct.

Impact Areas

  • Agriculture, Resilience, and Water: This group partners with rural communities, businesses, and local leaders to develop market-oriented, climate-smart solutions at scale that increase food production and profitability, expand market access, conserve natural resources, and build resident livelihoods. Global and local expertise is applied using a systems lens to advance inclusive, equitable, and sustainable economic growth for all, especially the historically marginalized. This work includes:
    • Strengthening Climate-Smart Food Systems
    • Winrock’s Agriculture, Resilience, and Water Programs
    • Water Resource Management
  • Clean Energy and Environment: This group supports healthy natural environments by developing and implementing solutions to protect natural resources, enhance ecosystem services, address climate change, and scale up access to clean energy. This work is done by partnering with communities, governments, civil society, and the private sector to strengthen local capacity, increase equity, facilitate market-based innovations, and mobilize green finance, and includes the following teams:
    • Clean Energy
    • Ecosystem Services
    • Natural Resource Management – Forests, Fisheries, and Conservation
  • Climate Change: Winrock has created innovative solutions for the ongoing challenges related to urgent global climate needs, recognizing that solutions require optimized and equitable capital distribution and effective public-private sector collaboration. Their innovative solutions are based on decades of experience in carbon capture, clean energy, ecosystem services, forestry, and resilient agriculture in the U.S. and globally. Combining technical expertise with partnership development, innovative financing structures, and community engagement forges a holistic approach to climate change, addressing impacts and their underlying drivers, recognizing the significance of mitigation, adaptation, and resilience through their following focuses:
    • Carbon Accounting and Removal
    • Clean Energy
    • Forestry and Natural Resource Management
    • Regenerative Agriculture
    • Climate Equity
    • Net Zero Climate Services
  • Human Rights, Education, and Empowerment: This group partners with national and local governments, civil society, the private sector, and communities to ensure marginalized and at-risk populations can safely access their fundamental rights to freedom from trafficking and child labor, a quality education, and skills and opportunities for decent work. They engage and support their partners across the ecosystem to increase equity, inclusion, and agency through the following work:
    • Countering Trafficking in Persons
    • Promoting Access to Quality Education
    • Strengthening Resilience
    • Engaging the Private Sector

U.S. Programs

Along with its globally recognized work, Winrock has a strong U.S. portfolio that focuses on community development and entrepreneurial ecosystems to empower the disadvantaged, increase economic opportunity, and sustain natural resources. Several unique programs operate within the organization, including the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub, which supports entrepreneurship across the 8-state Delta region, and the Wallace Center, a nonprofit organization that promotes conservation management, soil health, and regenerative grazing with an emphasis on values-based supply chain development and the democratization of knowledge, tools, and relationships through accessible communities of practice.

Several entities operate as wholly owned subsidiaries under the Winrock International umbrella, including:

  • Environmental Resources Trust (ERT), which manages the American Carbon Registry (ACR), the world’s first private voluntary greenhouse gas emission reduction standards body and carbon offset registry, and climate-smart initiatives;
  • Winrock Solutions, which works with nonprofits, foundations, and primarily non-governmental partners; and
  • Winrock Foundation, the entity that manages the Winrock Fund.

Position Overview

Inspired by the visionary spirit of Winthrop Rockefeller, Winrock International (“Winrock”) is a nonprofit organization and recognized thought leader in the U.S. and international development sector, providing solutions to some of the world’s most complex social, agricultural, and environmental challenges in over 40 countries. Winrock has long been a catalyst for change, focused on empowering the disadvantaged while sustaining natural resources, cultivating economic opportunities where they are needed most, and nurturing a thriving future for all.

Winrock seeks a visionary, dynamic, and experienced Chief Executive Officer to lead the organization into its next phase of work. The ideal candidate is a human-centric, respected, and visionary leader in international development work who possesses a proven track record as a strategic and effective executive in large and complex international organizations. They will demonstrate a commitment to driving positive impact and fostering meaningful collaborations internally and on a domestic and global scale. Reporting to the Board of Directors, he/she/they will join a mission-driven and passionate staff dedicated to addressing global challenges and an exciting moment of brimming opportunity for the organization.

The selected CEO will bring successful experience as a business leader and innovator who is able to leverage financial and business model understanding to help Winrock optimize for this next chapter of impact. They will demonstrate a deep understanding of organizational effectiveness and processes focusing on transparency, continuous learning, and inclusivity. They will be a powerful external voice for the organization, elevating Winrock’s mission and presence, bringing expertise in fundraising, and driving to cultivate new partnerships and donors. This is an exciting opportunity for the new CEO to add his or her contribution to Winrock’s renown for excellence as an organization and to lead Winrock into further success.


Winrock International seeks a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to join at a pivotal moment brimming with opportunity. This is a period of positive change and introspection, fueled by the dedication of an exceptional staff and engaged Board. Winrock is embarking on a strategic refresh, crafting a refined vision for excellence, and the new CEO’s immediate focus will lie in these key responsibilities:

Vision and Strategy

The CEO will work across the organization to define the next chapter for Winrock. The CEO will implement the current strategic plan (including any refinements he or she may recommend) and assist in overseeing the cogent financial and operating plans to facilitate and ensure sustainable growth and scale. The CEO empowers Winrock’s executive team and staff’s decision-making and helps them align around the organization’s core strategies and priorities.

Financial Management and Business Diversification

In partnership with the Board and the Chief Financial Officer, the CEO will strengthen and expand Winrock’s core business processes as needed and ensure that Winrock’s resources are deployed effectively to ensure long-term organizational stability and growth.

Winrock’s revenue is over $100 million, and nearly 95% of that funding is from government agencies. Winrock, as have many other development agencies, has recently begun targeting new client sources in addition to government agencies. The next CEO will be tasked with securing diverse funding streams where available to ensure the long-term health of the organization and growing Winrock’s $50 million endowment fund to ensure programmatic and operational continuity when needed.

Innovation and Impact

The new CEO will bring creative thinking that sees opportunities and innovations beyond conventional solutions. They will exemplify curiosity and entrepreneurship to support the organization’s ability to address evolving and complex organizational challenges. The CEO will promote systems thinking with a vision that seeks to augment Winrock’s organizational foundation. The CEO will translate vision into action and build an organizational framework that measures progress on key performance indicators. They will drive strong functional integration across organizational teams, divisions, and subsidiaries and ensure consistent communication that provides essential role clarity and connection. The CEO will promote transparency, collaborative decision-making, and organizational prioritization that centers on excellence and focuses on the organizational impact.

Strong People Leader and Culture Builder

The new CEO will be a visionary, global leader who inspires, guides, and empowers a diverse, multinational, and talented team of professionals committed to solving some of the world’s most complex challenges. Across the U.S., Manila, and Nairobi central offices and Winrock’s constellation of project offices, the leader will enhance the organization’s culture of embracing inclusion at all levels – staff, leadership, and Board – reflecting the communities and people Winrock serves. Through authentic relationships and open dialogue, they will build on the current culture of trust, cohesion, and courageous spaces for dialogue where individuals have tended to thrive, enabling them to do their best work individually and collectively.

Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in a Global Context

The CEO will bring a deep personal commitment to advancing racial equity, diversity, and inclusion (REDI) and the courage to elevate and engage in sensitive conversations that recognize and address organizational U.S. and global field power dynamics. Internally, they will champion a culture that actively centers on REDI principles. This includes establishing clear policies and practices that promote fairness, access, and belonging for all while remaining keenly aware of and addressing existing power imbalances. The CEO’s leadership will guide the development and implementation of impactful initiatives that dismantle any possible structural barriers and enhance the organization’s history of empowering all voices of lived and professional experience that is reflective of Winrock’s global workforce and partners.

Board Relations and Governance

The CEO will cultivate a strong partnership with the Board Chair and members, engaging and informing this body while receiving guidance and direction on the stewardship of the organization. The CEO will ensure the Board’s involvement in strategic thinking, oversight, planning, and risk management and will effectively leverage the strengths and assets of a multi-sectoral Board to support Winrock’s organization’s strategy development, network building, and funding diversification. The CEO will leverage an understanding of effective board governance models and communication best practices and bring a commitment to building a diverse Board while fostering dialogue across wide-ranging perspectives. Finally, the new CEO will support the Board’s collective capacity to champion and advance Winrock’s mission.


While no one candidate will embody all the qualifications enumerated below, the CEO of Winrock will possess many of the following professional and personal abilities, attributes, and experiences:

Vision, Values, and Leadership

  • A field leader and visionary with 15+ years of leadership experience and a demonstrated track record of executive leadership in government, international development, nonprofits, or social and mission-driven corporate sectors.
  • Excellence in organizational management of a geographically dispersed staff, with the ability to coach, manage, and develop high-performance teams, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget.
  • Demonstrated experience in leading a complex organization that is responsive to varied stakeholders and that requires navigating complex geopolitical, social, and economic realities.
  • A demonstrated track record in guiding teams through organizational change moments, fostering open communication, building consensus, and clearly articulating the value and vision behind change initiatives that foster a cohesive and supportive transition.
  • Proven expertise working in partnership with others to translate a vision into clearly defined priorities and results; comfort working through iterative design to drive clarity and measure impact.
  • Pragmatic and entrepreneurial organizational skills combined with the ability to bring intellectual rigor, clarity, and data to decision-making processes.
  • Financial acumen and ability to manage budgets, track, and forecast effectively. Exposure to NICRA, USG grants, and contracts and comfort working with the CFO to manage indirect rates and cost allocations.
  • Success in building, scaling, and developing sustainable organizational growth strategies across programs, enterprises, and/or geographies.
  • Thoughtful, timely decision-maker with experience using data and evidence effectively to inform strategy and promote continuous learning and improvement.

Cultural Leadership & Management Style

  • A culturally inclusive and sophisticated leader who values and embraces diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging and is energized by an organization that embodies a rich tapestry of lived and professional experience that is reflective of Winrock’s global workforce and partners.
  • A leader who prioritizes a relational work environment that builds trust and seeks to foster a culture of transparency, accountability, and integrity. Strong relationship-building skills and an authentic interest in listening to and learning from others; the ability to act intentionally, establish trust, engage stakeholders, and cultivate belonging.
  • Emotional intelligence and proven ability to drive impactful change in diverse, mission-oriented environments through strong management skills. Adept at building participatory systems and data-driven decision structures that cultivate mutual accountability and foster growth.
  • Collaborative leadership style demonstrated by knowing when to step in and direct, when to delegate, and when to share leadership.
  • Powerful communicator one-on-one, in small group settings, and with large audiences.

The Basics

  • 15+ years of related work experience in the government, nonprofit, private sector organization, or related field. Prior CEO experience within a large and complex organization.
  • A bachelor’s degree or master’s degree (preferred) in business, public administration, or related field or equivalent experience with demonstrated progressive expertise in administration, financial management, and program development.
  • Experience successfully working with a multi-sectoral board to support an organization’s strategy development, deepen organizational networks, and fund development.
  • Familiarity with the landscape of communities, unique assets, and challenges across the Winrock ecosystem, or the desire to gain this knowledge.
  • Willingness to travel at least 40% across Winrock’s Arkansas, DC, Nairobi, and global offices.
  • Demonstrated progressive leadership experience in a nonprofit, human services, mission-driven organization, or governmental institution.

How to Apply

More information about Winrock International can be found at:

This full-time, exempt role offers a competitive salary of $420,000 and a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, and vision coverage, a 403(b) plan, income protection, flexible work arrangements, time-off benefits, paid parental leave, and mental well-being support. While Winrock staff are primarily remote, this role may require headquarters presence and travel expectations for specific projects and conferences, team building, and other necessary in-person meetings.

This search is being conducted by Katherine Jacobs, Julian Jackson, Alejandra Villa, and Sharon Gerstman of the national search firm NPAG. Due to the pace of this search, candidates are strongly encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Candidates may submit their cover letter, outlining their interest and qualifications, along with their resume via NPAG’s website.

Winrock is an equal opportunity employer. The organization is committed to providing equal employment opportunities for all people and value diversity and inclusiveness. Winrock recruits, employs, trains, promotes, and compensates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, age, physical or mental disability, medical condition, family care status, or any other basis protected by law.

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