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Executive Director


Located in Davis, CA and adjacent to the UC Davis campus, International House Davis acts as a greater Sacramento regional resource to individuals and groups involved in world community issues. The I-House Davis promotes activities, programs and events that help people of all races, cultures and nations to value, understand and cooperate with one another, and that promote a broad commitment to the long-term goal of international cooperation and world understanding. I-House Davis is committed to promoting these values to the larger regional community.

Executive Director World Affairs Council of Western Michigan

Reporting directly to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is responsible for leadership of the Council and its finances, staff, programs, development, and planning. Key duties include raising funds through various memberships and sponsorships, community outreach, marketing and media relations, strategic planning, financial management and Board relations.

The World Affairs Council of Western Michigan (the “Council”) is a non-partisan organization committed to bringing information, programs, events and speakers on matters of foreign policy and international interest to the people of West Michigan. We are committed to presenting these issues in an environment of civility and reasoned discourse. We are also affiliated with the World Affairs Councils of America, a national umbrella organization based in Washington DC dedicated to educating and engaging Americans on global issues with nearly 100 councils across 40 states reaching more than half a million people a year.

For more information on this position, visit: http://www.worldmichigan.org/jobs

Resumes can be sent to:
World Affairs Council of West Michigan
Attn: Gail Hammontree
Email: BDPres@wnj.com

President and Chief Executive Officer

The National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) is seeking a new President and Chief Executive Officer who is a champion of social justice and will be able to navigate the leadership transition while maintaining external relationships, board engagement, and strong and effective programming.

The ideal candidate for NCCJ’s next President and CEO will be an executive leader with the ability to empower, coach, and support a committed team of professionals and be an effective liaison to the board of directors. A demonstrated understanding of and commitment to social justice is a must. Additional qualifications include experience with overseeing operations and finances for a $1million organization, effective and innovative fundraising skills, prior program development and facilitation experience, and a natural flare for networking and collaboration.


The National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) seeks an experienced Executive Assistant who will provide quality administrative support to the incoming President and CEO.

Chief Executive Officer

The East Akron Neighborhood Development Corporation (EANDC) offers an entrepreneurial Chief Executive Officer the opportunity to further the impact of a highly respected and multi-faceted community development organization with a four-decade track record of improving neighborhood conditions in East Akron and surrounding communities.

Executive Director of the Upper Mississippi River Basin Association

The Executive Director is responsible for all UMRBA administrative duties and policy- and program-related initiatives. This includes:
• Regularly consult with, and provide counsel to, UMRBA’s Board i.e., Governor-appointed representatives of its five member states) regarding organizational strategy, priorities, policies, and program development.
• Communicate, promote, and implement the member states’ joint priorities and perspectives regarding water resource-related issues in the Upper Mississippi River Basin.
• Manage UMRBA’s program activities, studies, and research.
• Coordinate with state and federal agencies, elected officials, policy makers, opinion leaders, scientists, and nongovernmental organizations, including industry and nonprofit interest groups.
• Represent UMRBA at national and regional meetings.
• Administer UMRBA’s financial and personnel matters; including budgeting, investment management, accounting oversight, and negotiating and executing contracts and other financial agreements.

Chief of Program Innovation/Impact

The Chief of Program Innovation/Impact will spearhead the organization’s grant-related work to improve the health and economic security of millions of older adults by developing and deploying real life solutions critical to better navigating aging.

Executive Director

Congregation Har Shalom, a center for Jewish living in Fort Collins, CO, is looking for a dynamic and experienced Executive Director to manage, support, and grow our welcoming and diverse community.

Executive Director

SPACE Gallery is a nonprofit, multidisciplinary gallery and performance space in the heart of the arts district in Portland, Maine. Grounded in the belief that vital communities are activated by experimentation, conversation, and camaraderie, SPACE engages a wide audience with provocative arts programming and category-defying events. With a seasoned governance board, experienced and committed staff, and a strong financial base, SPACE seeks a leader and contemporary arts enthusiast who will build upon the organization’s strengths and lead the board and staff to advance its mission, vision, and strategic priorities. The next executive director of SPACE Gallery has the unique opportunity to lead a vibrant arts organization from its foundational roots into the next level of growth.

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