Founded in 1978, Seva Foundation has been a force for good for three decades. A leading innovator in building partnerships that deliver cost-effective, culturally informed health services, Seva brings tenacity to understanding health issues that afflict marginalized communities and creatively develops solutions. The focus of Seva’s work is to end preventable blindness.
The Foundation has created a new position for an Associate Director of the Center for Innovation in Eye Care. The Associate Director will help grow people, programs and projects for the Global Sight Initiative with a view to achieving its goal of one million sight-restoring cataract surgeries per year. Position profile currently under development.
Managing Director, Mid-Atlantic Region
Founded with the goal of making philanthropy more effective, Arabella Advisors helps philanthropists and investors find innovative ways to maximize the impact of their resources. Arabella Advisors has four lines of expertise at its core: consulting services, foundation management, new venture funds, and impact investing. It is now the fastest growing philanthropic advisory consulting firm in the nation.
Arabella Advisors seeks an entrepreneurial individual for the Managing Director, Mid-Atlantic Region. Based in Washington, DC, the Managing Director will lead business development and work closely with the Arabella team to propose, scope, and complete client assignments. See the full position profile here.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County
Boys & Girls Clubs around the country provide kids a safe, nurturing, and fun place to be outside of school. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Whatcom County (BGCWC) was founded in 1946 and has grown to become a $2M organization with 5 clubs serving nearly 6,000 kids in Bellingham, Blaine, Ferndale, Lummi Island, and Lynden. The BGCWC is poised for growth and the next CEO will have the opportunity to lead the organization to the next level.
The BGCWC seeks a visionary CEO. Based in Bellingham, WA, the CEO will be the public face of the organization – raising funds and generating visibility in the local communities. The CEO will also provide strategic leadership, organizational vision, and continue to steer the organization to a unified goal. See full position profile here.
Chief Financial Officer
Headquartered in Seattle, PATH is an international nonprofit organization that transforms global health through innovation. With a mission-oriented focus, the organization has advanced 274 programs in 70 countries to eradicate emerging and epidemic diseases, create innovative health technologies, increase access to vaccines and immunizations, improve reproductive health, and decrease mortality among new mothers and children. By collaborating with diverse public and private sector partners, PATH’s mission is to advance technologies, strengthen systems, and encourage healthy behaviors.
PATH is seeking a new CFO with competencies in strategy, corporate and private finance, organizational effectiveness procurement, operations, and travel. See full position profile here.
Vice President of Development
KCTS 9 is a vibrant PBS member station that provides quality informative, educational and entertaining content to over 2.4 million viewers throughout Western Washington and Canada every week. Operating as a nonprofit organization, KCTS 9’s mission is to improve the quality of life in the communities it serves by providing meaningful programming online, on air and in the community that informs, involves and inspires.
KCTS 9 seeks a seasoned fundraising professional with diverse non-profit fundraising background, who is passionate for the work of public television and the positive impact it has on the communities that the station serves. See full position profile here.
Neurofibromatosis, Inc, Northeast
Headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts and founded in 1988, Neurofibromatosis, Northeast is dedicated to finding a treatment and the cure for neurofibromatosis (NF) by promoting scientific research, creating awareness, and supporting those who are affected by NF. The Northeast chapter serves families in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Connecticut, Rhode Island and New York.
NF Northeast is seeking a Development Director to help grow and diversify the organization’s funding base. See full position profile here.
One Acre Fund
One Acre Fund is a start-up nonprofit operating in Kenya, Rwanda, and Burundi that is completely rethinking how to solve the chronic hunger problem in Africa. Through an innovative approach of bundled services, One Acre Fund helps poor farmers gain the tools and skills to double their farm profits and permanently lift themselves out of hunger and poverty.
One Acre Fund is seeking a dynamic Development Director who is excited by the opportunity to raise funds and build partnerships each and every day to support Africa’s farmers. See full position profile here.
Chief Development Officer
FareStart was founded in 1992 as Common Meals by chef and entrepreneur David Lee. David recognized the need to serve Seattle’s homeless and disadvantaged populations nutritious and culturally appropriate food. After experiencing significant demand and following a spark of insight, David saw the opportunity to begin training the homeless population he was serving—believing that it was possible to “teach a man to fish and feed him for a lifetime”.
FareStart seeks a sophisticated Chief Development Officer (CDO) to lead all development, marketing and community engagement initiatives, and take development to the next growth level. See full position profile here.
Director of Programs, Partnerships, and Research
Committee for Children
Based in Seattle, WA, Committee for Children (CfC) is a dynamic not-for-profit recognized both domestically and internationally as a leader in developing research-based violence prevention and social-emotional educational curricula.
CfC is currently seeking a visionary leader as Director of Programs, Partnerships, and Research who will deliver the mission of the organization through innovation, scientific rigor, and sound business acumen. See full position profile here.
Senior Program Officer
The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation
Established in 1986, The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation operates according to the belief that philanthropy is the key to positive change in society. The Foundation’s Education Program works to implement sustainable, research-based improvements that result in measurable advancements in student achievement. The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation supports programs that integrate rigorous academics, real-world learning, proven impact, and community engagement.
The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation is seeking a Senior Program Officer to support the mission of bringing all students a high-quality education that prepares them for college, career, and beyond. See full position profile here.
Pacific Hospital Preservation & Development Authority
In 1981, the City of Seattle chartered the PHPDA, placing in its trust the Pacific Hospital and its surrounding campus, an historic Seattle landmark. A unique entity, the PHPDA is a public development authority (PDA) chartered by the City of Seattle as well as a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization, and makes grants to increase access to health resources and improve health outcomes.
The PHPDA seeks an Executive Director to maintain management and leadership responsibility in an era of expanded grant making and partnership building. See full position profile here.
A growing global wildlife conservation organization, WildAid's mission is to end the illegal wildlife trade by reducing demand through public awareness campaigns and providing comprehensive marine protection.
WildAid seeks a hands-on, results-driven, entrepreneurial Development Director to serve as the organization’s chief fundraiser. See full position profile here.
Lewis & Clark College
In 2012, Lewis & Clark College established a new Entrepreneurship Center to serve as a hub of innovation and collaboration for the entire community. The Mission - The Center for Innovation, Collaboration, and Entrepreneurship transforms interdisciplinary thought into practice and extends Lewis & Clark's tradition of collaboration by building partnerships among students, alumni, faculty, and entrepreneurial mentors.
Lewis & Clark College is seeking a Managing Director to develop the strategic and operational plan to implement the emerging program in entrepreneurship. See full position profile here.
College Success Foundation
Headquartered in Issaquah, Washington, and in Washington, D.C., College Success Foundation (CSF) has over 12 years of proven experience inspiring underserved low-income students to finish high school by providing the unique integrated system of programs and scholarships they need to graduate college and succeed in life.
CSF is seeking a dynamic President/CEO to guide the mission, success, and national scale of the Foundation to its next phase of growth, impact, and achievement for students. See full position profile here.
The Trust for Public Land
Founded in 1972, Trust for Public Land (TPL) protects land in and around U.S. cities, and pioneers national new land conservation techniques. Working out of more than 30 offices nationwide, TPL brings the strength of a national nonprofit to help local agencies, land trusts, and conservationists meet their conservation goals.
Oregon State Director
TPL is seeking a new Oregon State Director who is passionate and committed to TPL’s mission of conserving land for people to enjoy as parks, gardens, and other natural places, ensuring livable communities for generations to come. See full position profile here.
Washington State Director
TPL is also seeking a Washington State Director to further the mission to ensure livable communities for generations to come. See full position profile here.
The Skoll Foundation
Created in 1999 by eBay’s founding President, Jeff Skoll, the Skoll Foundation pursues his vision of sustainable world peace and prosperity. The mission of the Foundation is to drive large-scale change by investing in, connecting, and celebrating social entrepreneurs and the innovators who help them solve the world’s most pressing problems.
Principal, Portfolio Team
As a lead architect of multidimensional deals for issue-level impact, the Portfolio Principal position plays a critical, strategic role in Skoll’s investment approach. See full position profile here.
Compass Housing Alliance
Compass Housing Alliance provides a range of services and housing options to people struggling with homelessness and poverty in the Seattle area. CHA is seeking a new Executive Director who possesses a deep understanding and compassion for low-income individuals and families, the working poor, and the homeless, and the difficulties they face.
See full position profile here.