Jobs: Executive Search
The Theater Offensive seeks a Managing Director who will hold a key leadership role in an innovative, growing, racially diverse, queer cultural organization, tightly focused in Boston’s neighborhoods. The successful MD candidate with have strong fund development skills and experience, solid business acumen, and keen communication abilities and judgement.
Schools for Children is at an important historical juncture as it approaches its first CEO transition in 30 years which was preceded this year by the retirement of its equally long-serving director of the Dearborn Academy. In addition to successfully navigating these transitions, SFC is poised to chart a refreshed future for itself.
The next President of the Connecticut Council for Philanthropy will help promote and support effective philanthropy for the public good, with a vision for advancing philanthropy leadership in Connecticut.
South Africa Partners, located in Boston, Massachusetts, is seeking an entrepreneurial and strategic executive director to lead this well-established organization that builds mutually beneficial partnerships between the United States and South Africa in the areas of health and education. Serving as a catalyst of innovative approaches, South Africa Partners links people, strengthens communities, promotes social justice and fosters leadership in both countries.
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.
Our Executive Transitions team is hard at work matching candidates with organizations. Here are their recent placements. LearningWorks Board Chair Will Kilbreth was pleased to announce that Heather Davis has been named Executive Director of Learningworks effective in the fall of 2016. LearningWorks provides the best learning opporutnities in Maine for at-risk youth, the immigrant community, and low-income families. Learn more.