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TG Joins Raffa

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Written by Administrator | 16 June 2010

    BIG NEWS...
    TransitionGuides has transitioned! 

      
    

 


As of January 2, 2014, we have joined Raffa PC

 This change allows us to continue to offer and further develop our search, sustainability, succession, and transition services and to offer a broader range of services. Our team, our work, and our commitment to outstanding service remain the same. For more information contact Karen Schuler regarding CEO and Senior Executive Search (kschuler@raffa.com) and Tom Adams regarding Sustainability, Succession & Transition Planning Services (tadams@raffa.com) For now you can continue to access the TransitionGuides website at www.transitionguides.com.

Please visit the Raffa website at  www.raffa.com  to learn about the comprehensive services and benefits offered to the nonprofit community.

From the practical back office solutions that keep organizations compliant, effective and efficient to the deeper strategies that create sustainability, Raffa provides the financial and management expertise as well as accounting, consulting, and technology services that help organizations deliver on their promise to the community. Experience the Raffa culture of corporate citizenship and community commitment, and learn how passion for professional excellence and for making a difference merge for the better good.
While you are there, sign up for the Raffa newsletter to receive our timely articles and learn about the firm’s free Learning Community events.

 From the practical back office solutions that keep organizations compliant, effective and efficient to the deeper strategies that create sustainability, Raffa provides the financial and management expertise as well as accounting, consulting, and technology services that help organizations deliver on their promise to the community. Experience the Raffa culture of corporate citizenship and community commitment, and learn how passion for professional excellence and for making a difference merge for the better good.  

While you are there, sign up for the Raffa newsletter to receive our timely articles and learn about the firm’s free Learning Community events.

 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 February 2014 05:42

Nonprofit Executive Searches

TransitionGuides is current conducting executive searches for the following positions:
    

 

American Antitrust Institute - aai1

President and CEO

Location: Washington, DC

The American Antitrust Institute (AAI) is seeking a new President to succeed its nationally respected leader and founder Albert (Bert) Foer. After more than 17 years of building the AAI into a strong, credible, and effective proponent of the role of competition policy in the U.S. and abroad, Bert is retiring from the President position and will be stepping into a part-time, project-specific role at the end of 2014.

The new AAI President and CEO will bring a strong vision and passionate commitment to the advocacy and education roles of the AAI, as well as a proven track record in management, resource development and the facilitation of an expert volunteer base committed to its mission. CLICK HERE to read more.

 

 

Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic
Development - cnhedExecutive Director

Location: Washington, DC

The Coalition for Nonprofit Housing and Economic Development (CNHED) seeks an experienced, high energy leader with excellent fund raising, communication and management skills to lead this local membership association of organizations focusded on housing and ecomonic opportunities in Washington, DC.

CNHED leads nonprofit community development organizations in ensuring that residents with low and moderate incomes have housing and ecomonic opportunities in neighborhoods throughout the District of Columbia. A member-driven 501(c)(3) membership association that has nearly 140 members, CNHED is governed by a 16 member board of directors and has...CLICK HERE to read more.

 

  

Delaware Association of Rehabilitationdelarf

Facilities - Executive Director

Location: Wilmington, DE

Delaware Association of Rehabilitation Facilities (DelARF) seeks an experienced high energy leader and facilitative communicator to lead this statewide membership association of agencies supporting people with disabilities.

DelARF is a membership association that offers membership to organizations that provide direct services, advocacy and/or educational services to Delawareans with disabilities, their families and advocates. DelARF’s mission is to support members working to enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities and our vision is to change business, political and social environments increasing opportunities for all people to live, learn, and work in the community. DelARF has an annual budget of $7M and is governed by an 11-member board of directors.  For more information, see our website: www.delarf.org. CLICK HERE to read more.


 

Family Matters of Greater Washington-fmgw

Development Officer

Location: Washington, DC

Family Matters of Greater Washington seeks a competent, multi-talented Development Officer to join a well-respected accredited social services organization in a position that can influence growth opportunities. This position provides an exciting opportunity to utilize well developed skills in fund development to support a growing organization.

Family Matters of Greater Washington (FMGW) serves vulnerable citizens at any stage of life through a broad range of professional services and supports for individuals and families. Programs include: therapeutic and traditional foster care; youth development programs; behavioral health/counseling services; and services and activities for seniors. CLICK HERE to read more.


 

Family Services of Northwest Pennsylvania - fsnwpa

President & CEO

Location: Erie, PA

Family Services of Northwest Pennsylvania (www.fsnwpa.org), based in Erie, Pennsylvania, is seeking an executive with a background in behavioral health, children/youth services or human services to lead this highly effective, multi‐service nonprofit organization.

Family Services is a multi‐service nonprofit agency that provides counseling, mental health and child welfare services to over 7,000 families annually in Erie, Crawford, McKean, Mercer and Venango counties in Northwest Pennsylvania. Founded in 1882, the agency is a 501(c)(3) corporation with a budget of $10 million and 160 full and part time employees. Family Services offers an array of programs (for details, please visit:
www.fsnwpa.org/programs.php), including adoption services, evidence based programs, in‐home programs and others. CLICK HERE to read more.
 

Jewish Community Center of Greater jccgw

Washington - Controller

Location: Rockville, MD

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington is seeking an experienced Controller to advance and lead the organization’s day-to-day financial operations.  The new Controller will serve as a leading member of the finance team, supporting the JCCGW’s mission:  promoting and creating Jewish continuity, identity, and community in an atmosphere of warmth and meaning.

Headquartered in Rockville, MD, the JCCGW creates a welcoming and inclusive environment, connecting the people of our Jewish community with each other, Israel, and the broader community.  We inspire individuals of all ages and backgrounds to enhance their social, physical, intellectual and spiritual well-being through programs of excellence rooted in Jewish values. CLICK HERE to read more.

 

 

Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland - mowcm
Director of Development


Location: Baltimore, MD
Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland seeks a seasoned Director of Development to provide robust, creative, and forward-looking leadership for its development efforts, to support an organization with an exceptional 50-plus year track record of helping Maryland’s homebound residents to age in place, affordably and with dignity.
The Director of Development (DoD) oversees all related fundraising and development activities, including designing and executing an annual comprehensive development strategy. The DoD will manage current relationships and foster new relationships to build the organizations’ visibility, impact, and financial resources through the solicitation of major gifts... CLICK HERE to read more.
 

 

National Children's Center - Chief Executive Officerncc

Location: Washington, D.C.

The National Children’s Center (nccinc.org) is seeking a strategic, entrepreneurial Chief Executive Officer who can partner with the board, build internal and external relationships, and lead staff to achieve the Center’s vision. NCC’s mission is to provide a lifetime of opportunities for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. NCC partners with the people that we serve, their families and others in the community, to work toward a clear vision for the future.  We believe that people with intellectual and developmental disabilities should have every resource necessary to live, learn, work, grow and thrive in their community - which fully embraces them as valued and contributing members of society.

National Children's Center, Inc. (NCC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides comprehensive and innovative services for 450 infants, children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the District of Columbia and Maryland. CLICK HERE to read more.

 


 

NativityMiguel Scranton - Presidentnms

Location: Scranton, PA

NativityMiguel Scranton seeks a practical, visionary and entrepreneurial leader who will make the dream of establishing a school a reality.

NativityMiguel Scranton will be located in the Diocese of Scranton and will be an independent Catholic school rather than a diocesan school. The NativityMiguel model is characterized by small classes, rigorous academics, an extended school day and year, and a support system that continues through high school. The schools are structured to prepare graduates for admittance to private and Catholic high schools. The academic demands and high standards for moral values cultivate discipline, motivation, and compassion toward others. The NativityMiguel model schools have a proven record of success. CLICK HERE to read more.

 

 

Springboard Center - Executive Directorsbc

Springboard Center seeks a seasoned, innovative Executive Director to lead its treatment programs and services for individuals and families affected by alcohol and drug abuse. Based in Midland, Texas,
Springboard enjoys a unique market position as the only substance abuse treatment center throughout the greater Permian Basin region with core lines of business including substance detoxification, inpatient residential care, and intensive outpatient treatment.

Springboard Center was founded in 1999 to serve the residents of the Permian Basin and the surrounding population within a 150–mile radius. Springboard’s treatment programs and services are based on proven 12-step principles and best practices for addiction treatment.CLICK HERE to read more.

 

 

Vital Healthcare Capital -

Business Development Director

Location: New York, NY

Healthcare reform creates great opportunity and great challenge for low-income communities.  Healthcare Development Financing Institution (HDFI) is an emerging national community development financial institution supporting quality healthcare and good healthcare jobs in disadvantaged communities.  Based in New York City and still in its early stages, it is planned to grow to a $100 million loan fund in 5 years, and with early support from the SEIU, the CDFI Fund, Rockefeller, Ford, Robert Woods Johnson and other major national foundations, it is off to a tremendous start.  Critical to the success of the organization will be a Business Development Director to lead its marketing and business development functions with potential borrowers and referral sources.  The Business Development Director will work extensively with highly innovative healthcare providers serving low-income, vulnerable, and frail populations throughout the country. CLICK HERE to read more,

 


News

nsUpcoming Next Steps Workshops

Next Steps - Succession and Sustainability Planning Workshop for Nonprofit Chief Executives

 

 

Wednesday-Thursday, July 9, -10, 2014 - Baltimore, MD
Time: 9:00am-5:00pm, both days
Host: Annie E. Casey Foundation
Audience: Chief Executives and Founders
Early Registration: $400 before June 1, 2014
Late Registration: $495 after June 1, 2014
Registration Includes: resource materials, continental breakfast and lunch,
a workbook, complimentary book, and free 30-minute coaching session
Registration Flyer: Click Here
Register Now: Click Here 
HURRY! SEATS ARE FILLING FAST!

Monday-Tuesday, January 26-27, 2015 - Washington, DC
Time: 9:00am-4:00pm, both days 
Host: Eugene and Agnes Meyer Foundation
Audience: Chief Executives and Founders
Early Registration: $400 before December 1, 2014
Late Registration: $495 after December 1, 2014
Registration Opens on August 1, 2014