Executive Director Resume
|Desired Industry: Management
|Desired Job Location: Boston, Massachusetts
||Date Posted: 2/23/2019
|Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent
||Availability Date: 94/01/19
|Desired Wage: 80.000
||U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
|Job Level: Executive (President, VP, CEO)
||Willing to Travel: Yes, Less Than 25%
|Highest Degree Attained: Masters
||Willing to Relocate: No
Senior non-profit executive with broad experience in collaborative leadership and superior skills in partnership management and relationship building, communications, strategic and tactical planning, and financial management. Specific strengths include:
Operations and Capacity Building Community and Fund Development
Program Design, Delivery, and Evaluation Staff and Volunteer Management, Team Building, Training
Adjunct Faculty, Northeastern University Boston, Massachusetts
College of Professional Studies April 2008 - present
Teach 3 credit hour undergraduate classes in Leadership and Communications Departments: personal and organizational leadership; negotiation skills; fund development; leadership ethics and social responsibility; and intercultural communications.
Design and deliver dynamic curriculum for ground and online courses.
Certified E-Learning Instructor.
Executive Director Waltham, Massachusetts
Waltham Partnership for Youth April 2010 May 2016
Operational Leadership and Capacity Building
Directed all operations of a non profit organization, including staff and volunteer management; fund development and finance management; communications; strategic and tactical planning; and program design, delivery, and evaluation. Served over 5000 youth and families annually.
Implemented community-wide outcomes evaluation process to assess youth, parent, organization and community perception and knowledge of youth substance use, youth violence, and youth mental health and designed community-based intervention strategies.
Managed annual operating budget of $260,000, including developing, accounting, forecasting, and reporting to internal and external stakeholders.
Supported two organizations to acquire 501c3 status: managed application process, developed budget projections; facilitated strategic planning; and secured and liaised with pro-bono attorney.
Created and directed the Safe Schools Healthy Students Coalition: engaged multiple sectors of the community (schools, police, clergy, youth serving organizations, medical and mental health professionals, parents, and youth) to ensure that all youth have access to services, resources, and support necessary for home, school, and community success.
Recruited and trained board members. Established board development procedures and practices.
Partnership Development, Communications, and Brand Management
Created and directed the Safe Schools Healthy Students Coalition: engaged multiple sectors of the community (schools, police, clergy, youth serving organizations, medical and mental health professionals, parents, and youth) to ensure that all youth have access to services, resources, and support they need to succeed.
Cultivated strategic partnerships with Waltham Public Schools, Brandeis and Bentley Universities, municipal government and the Mayors office, and local youth and family serving organizations to identify and communicate youth needs and leverage resources to meet those needs.
Supported out of school time programming to provide non-formal educational experiences for underserved youth.
Developed service learning opportunities for college students. Matched 56 students with
volunteer opportunities and staff positions over 3 years.
Resource Development and Management
Secured $175,000 in corporate sponsorship to support operations, program delivery and evaluation.
Awarded a $1,250,000 competitive federal grant for substance abuse prevention.
Wrote proposals and was awarded more than $1,220,000 from private and public foundations and government agencies, including a federal Carol White Physical Education Program Grant.
Developed and managed annual giving campaign that raised $85,000 in two years, a 60% increase. Secured eight major donors, one multi-year $15,000 challenge gift, and 78% upgraded donors.
Managed 3 special events per year, raising $40,000 annually.
Director of Diversity Initiatives Boston, Massachusetts
Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts February 2008 March 2009
Led change management and brand management teams through national restructuring.
Increased diverse girl and adult membership by 4% through partnership development, relationship management, and mission-driven recruiting.
Conducted needs assessments and created innovative programs for girls, focusing on leadership, life skills, and self-esteem development.
Managed staff team of fifteen and volunteer team of 1,200.
Led team to developed and implement innovative strategies for increasing access to Girl Scouting to girls from underserved communities through targeted marketing and brand management.
Developed and managed budget of $220,000, including securing two national grants and multiple local grants.
Additional Professional Experience
Director of Membership and Marketing Lynn, Massachusetts
Girl Scouts of Spar and Spindle Council January 1997 February 2008
Membership Development Specialist North Andover, Massachusetts
Girl Scouts of Spar and Spindle Council June 1993 - December 1996
Designed innovative programs, focusing on leadership, life skills and self-esteem.
Marketed Girl Scouting to underserved communities to increase girl (8%) and adult membership (4%).
Recruited, trained and supervised 900 administrative, program and direct service volunteers.
Developed innovative strategies for increasing access to Girl Scouting to girls and families from underserved communities through targeted marketing and brand management
Presiding Officer, Board of Directors Roxbury, Massachusetts
Earthworks May 2005 November 2015
Certified Coalition Leader, 2015 Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA)
M.S. in Leadership, 2006 Northeastern University
B.S. Education, 1985; Hartwick College
CADCA Coalition Leader; Association of Fund Raising Professionals; Certified Girl Scouts of the USA trainer
Leadership; fund development; staff & volunteer management; program design, delivery, and evaluation, communications; collaboration and community development; youth development; outcomes evaluations
Available upon request.
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