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Founded by Dr. Rhonda Tsoi-A-Fatt Bryant, who will remain as CEO, The Moriah Group works with philanthropy to plan and implement sustainable solutions to build thriving communities of color. In addition to consulting, The Moriah Group encompasses Nafasi Fund, a fiscal sponsor and incubator for black-led organizations, Forward Promise, Rooted Change, and Ayoku Healing Retreat Center. While The Moriah Group is headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, most of the team works remotely across the US.
The President is both the strategic leader of The Moriah Group and the steward of the organization’s culture. While advocating for boldness, empathy, openness and authenticity within philanthropy, The Moriah Group President will carefully guard those same traits among the team. There is a desire to grow the business while preserving the delicate balance of passion for the work and the care of the team.
The President will be deeply networked within philanthropic organizations and have a demonstrated understanding of philanthropy and non-profits. The President will be grounded in youth and community development. The President will have experience leading business operations and developing programmatic opportunities.
The ideal candidate for President will have at least 15 years of strategic leadership in philanthropy or non-profit organizations. The President will have an undergraduate degree in a relevant area of study and will ideally have a graduate degree and/or professional certifications.
How To Apply
For more information, or to submit your resume, please email TMGPresident@IntentionalWorks.com