Position & Company City, State Type Date Posted
Chief Financial OfficerThe Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration

Radnor, PA

Executive

Feb 17
PIRG Campus Action Fitchburg State OrganizerPIRG Campus Action

Fitchburg, MA

Advocacy/Legal

Feb 15
ControllerEpiscopal Diocese of Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, PA

Finance/Operations

Feb 15
Executive DirectorArt Partners Studio

Coatesville, PA

Executive

Feb 14
Development AssociateToxics Action Center

Boston, MA

Advocacy/Legal

Feb 10
Grant Writer / Major Donor DeveloperHoly Family Home

Philadelphia, PA

Development

Feb 10
Accounting ManagerTri-State Bird Rescue & Research, Inc.

Newark, DE

Finance/Operations

Feb 09
Grants AssociateJewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia

Philadelphia, PA

Other

Feb 09
Director of Marketing and Public RelationsSettlement Music School

Philadelphia, PA

Marketing & Communications

Feb 08
Development AssistantSoroptimist International of the Americas

Phliadelphia, PA

Development

Feb 07

From the blog

What’s Hot in Nonprofit Staffing?

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 24 February 2017, 3:58 pm

It’s my practice to always keep an eye on the sector, taking its pulse, monitoring the trends to see what is a blip, what’s moving from trend to part of the fabric, and everything in between.  Executive directors who don’t do this risk harming their organizations. , I read a lot—and I mean a lot, from the solid, academic journals to the lay publications, the revered to the trash.  The variety of sources helps me sort the wheat from the chaff, to pick out the trends from the hype, the serious from the self-promotion. A recent article from Fast Company.

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Dinkum Elko and Associates Laura Solomon