Jobs: Executive Search
As the statewide chapter of the American Institute of Architects, AIA Connecticut is the professional association for architects, interns, students, and affiliated professionals. Now anticipating its first executive transition in 19 years, the Board of Directors seeks an individual who will enthusiastically lead the member-based organization with strong interpersonal skills and a commitment to architecture and its impact on society.
BNRC is at a pivotal historical juncture as it approaches its first leadership transition in 16 years and only its second in more than 50 years.
The Executive Director will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Ada’s staff, programs, finances, and execution of its mission to address the gender imbalance in the tech industry by training women and gender diverse people for careers in software development.
The Vietnamese American Initiative for Development is the first grassroots community development corporation founded and operated by Vietnamese refugees and immigrants in the U.S. VietAID’s mission is to build a strong Vietnamese American community in Boston and a diverse and vibrant Fields Corner neighborhood.
Women’s League Child Development Center (WLCDC) is one of Hartford’s leading early learning centers. Now celebrating its 100th anniversary, the Women’s League is known for innovative, high-quality programming, leadership in the early childhood field, and strong family and community engagement. With WLCDC’s executive director stepping down after a very successful 17-year tenure, the Board of Directors seeks a new executive who can build on the organization’s strengths to position the Center for another 100 years of service to the community.
The National Conference for Community and Justice promotes inclusion and acceptance by providing education and advocacy while building communities that are respectful and just for all. NCCJ is at an important historical juncture as it approaches its first leadership transition in 25 years.
Generations Incorporated, a nationally-recognized nonprofit that strives to improve the literacy skills of young children and provides meaningful opportunities to older adults who serve as literacy volunteers, is seeking a new executive director. The successful candidate will be a flexible, strategic and innovative thinker who shares the organization’s vision of a world in which all children are proficient readers as they enter fourth grade.
Selina Chow, board president of the Boston Neighborhood Chinatown Center, reflects on how TSNE's executive transitions program helped the organization find and integrate their new executive director. Browse our current Executive Searches.