Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Development AssistantFrench and Pickering Creeks Conservation Trust

Phoenixville, PA

Admin/Clerical

Oct 09
Assistant Director of Annual GivingFranklin & Marshall College

Lancaster, PA

Development

Oct 05
Featured Development DirectorPhiladelphia Children's Alliance

Philadelphia, NJ

Development

Oct 13
Communications and Data ManagerSusan G. Komen Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Oct 17
Featured Development DirectorPennsylvania Assistive Technology Foundation

King of Prussia, PA

Development

Oct 19
Assistant Director of Donor RelationsFranklin & Marshall College

Lancaster, PA

Education

Oct 04
Vice President and Chief Financial OfficerPennsylvania Horticultural Society

Philadelphia, PA

Executive

Sep 21
Executive DirectorCouncil of Southeast Pennsylvania

Doylestown, PA

Executive

Sep 25
Featured Artistic DirectorThe Center for Art in Wood

Philadelphia, PA

Executive

Oct 02
Senior Executive DirectorThe Central Association of the Miraculous Medal

Philadelphia, PA

Executive

Oct 12

From the blog

The Data Analytics Bandwagon

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 13 October 2017, 6:16 pm

As more and more funders demand real data on how well promised goals are actually being met, how much social impact is actually being achieved, nonprofits better get over their fears and some portion of the public good, all our work is, therefore, good.  It isn’t; and we are doing our clients a huge disservice if we don’t take the time to understand what works, doesn’t work and how we might make what doesn’t work better and protect what does work, while even there working to make it even better. A recent study by IBM’s Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs.

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