Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Featured CFONational Liberty Museum

Philadelphia, PA

Finance/Operations

Nov 12
AccountantThe Central Association of the Miraculous Medal

Philadelphia, PA

Finance/Operations

Nov 10
Institutional Advancement OfficerThe Central Association of the Miraculous Medal

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Nov 10
Director of SecurityAmerican Friends Service Committee

Philadelphia, PA

Other

Nov 08
Featured Grant WriterHabitat for Humanity of Bucks County

Chalfont, PA

Development

Nov 08
Consulting Services Associate (Philadelphia)Partners for Sacred Places

Philadelphia, PA

Program Management

Nov 06
Branch ExecutiveNorth Penn YMCA

Harleysville, PA

Executive

Nov 06
PresidentHMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy

Philadelphia, PA

Executive

Nov 06
Associate Director of DevelopmentSummer Search

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Nov 05
Administrative AssistantBeck Institute

Bala Cynwyd, PA

Admin/Clerical

Nov 05

From the blog

The Accidental Board President

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 9 November 2018, 11:33 am

Although the position of board president is one of the most critical ones in a nonprofit, there is often little thought and intentionality put into the process of filling the position.   I literally have seen board presidents elected because they left the room at the wrong time.  Many of us have seen people elected as board president because they were the only ones whose arms could be twisted to take the job.  Too many of us have seen the position filled by the person “next in line,” and, worse, too many believe that is the right way to fill this.

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Dinkum Kreischer Miller Laura Solomon Subaru