Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Operations ManagerPennsylvania Humanities Council

Philadelphia, PA

Finance/Operations

Apr 26
Citizen Advocacy Program DirectorCitizen Advocacy of Chester County

Phoenixville, PA

Executive

Apr 24
Coordinator of DevelopmentDelta Phi Epsilon Sorority

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Apr 24
Executive DirectorTriskeles, Inc.

Greater Philadelphia Area, PA

Executive

Apr 23
Featured Executive DirectorMedia Fellowship House

Media, PA

Executive

Apr 20
Grant CoordinatorThe Snider Foundation

Bryn Mawr, PA

Admin/Clerical

Apr 20
Featured Program Administrator - Pa CPA FoundationPennsylvania Institute of CPAs

Philadelphia, PA

Other

Apr 19
Deputy Executive Director for AdvancementVeterans Multi-Service Center

Philadelphia, PA

Executive

Apr 19
Advancement Services ManagerCornerstone Christian Academy

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Apr 19
Featured Director of Institutional AdvancementCentral Association of the Miraculous Medal (CAMM)

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Apr 18

From the blog

Degrading Core Values

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 20 April 2018, 7:56 am

Three disparate things happened to me within the course of one workday that all sing a similar and very important message. First, was the interview I heard with James Comey on NPR’s Morning Edition.  One of the many compelling comments he made came back to resonate at the end of the day, connecting with two other seemingly disparate events.  Regardless of the impetus for Comey’s comment, his message is one we should all heed. “We fight like crazy in this country about guns and about social issues and taxes and immigration, and that’s as it should be, and it’s always.

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