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Chief Executive Officer

Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital (GSNC) is the largest of the 111 Girl Scout Councils in the United States with a total youth and adult membership of 74,740. Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital is dedicated to empowering girls with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to become leaders in their communities and beyond. The next CEO of Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital will be a dynamic visionary leader responsible for guiding the organization to fulfill its mission.

Chief Executive Officer

O.U.R. seeks a compassionate, principled, and confident CEO in leading the fight against child sexual exploitation and human trafficking worldwide.


The CEO is an at will employee who is hired and evaluated by the Board of Directors and is responsible to the Board of Directors through President of the Board. This is an executive level position, exempt as defined by state and federal wage laws. Hours of work are scheduled by the CEO, as needed to carry out the duties of the job and may exceed the standard 40-hour work week. He/she attends all Board meetings and is an advisory member to all committees but does not vote.


The Traverse Bay Children’s Advocacy Center (TBCAC) Board of Directors is looking for a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to join our nonprofit organization. The CEO will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission.

Non-Profit Executive Director

The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the MRF ensuring that we are operating effectively to meet organizational goals. As the face of the MRF, the Executive Director works closely with the Board of Directors and our Partners.

Chief Advancement Officer

The Chief Advancement Officer (CAO) provides leadership to assure AbleLight’s culture, systems, and procedures support fund development and marketing efforts. This position collaborates closely with the Presiden

Executive Director

Responsible for overall direction and management of the operations of Helping Hand Home for Children. Performsother duties as assigned and required by the Board of Directors of Helping Hand Home for Children, Inc.

President & CEO

The BIC, established in 2012, works in partnership with the State of Michigan’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR), the City of Detroit, and island partners to bring much needed resources to Belle Isle to help preserve this natural jewel. We’re looking for a highly skilled President and CEO to help us fulfill this important undertaking.

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