Direct and lead a nonprofit organization with a $25 million budget, 110 staff, and a 19-member board of directors while maintaining the highest ethical standards.
Assume responsibility for all aspects of the organization: recruitment, training, supervision, compensation, budget, fund development, and managing the agency’s services, products and outcomes.
Ensure that CCSA sustains itself financially, continues to pursue, produce and accept projects which further its mission of ensuring affordable, accessible, high quality early care and education for all families and is represented in the early childhood community at the local, state and national level.
Actively advocate for higher quality early care and education working with local, state, and national officials and organizations as appropriate.
Use data-driven decisions to achieve results.
Participate in and present to relevant conferences and meetings.
Promote the growth of CCSA staff members through training opportunities and information about current early care and education issues and policies.