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Jewish Museum Milwaukee is currently seeking an Executive Director who will provide leadership and direct policy making, planning, organization, operations, fundraising, and employees for Jewish Museum Milwaukee. The Executive Director works closely with the Board of Trustees to, develop, refine, and implement the Museum’s strategic direction, priorities, and policies for the Museum’s impact, fundraising, governance, programming, exhibition, and collections management. Read more.
To learn more about Jewish Museum Milwaukee, please visit https://jewishmuseummilwaukee.org/.
Family Promise of Greater Beloit is currently seeking an Executive Director who will be, under the direction of the Board of Directors, responsible for the overall management and operation of Family Promise of Greater Beloit, asset protection, fundraising, and marketing/public relations. Some of these responsibilities can be delegated but the ED is ultimately responsible for them, while ensuring compliance with board directives and applicable grantor, federal and state requirements. The ED will be visionary, creative, detail-oriented, analytical, collaborative, and highly organized. They will be an exceptional communicator with the ability to work well with diverse populations – including those across all socio-economic classes, faith traditions, and political affiliations Read more.
To learn more about Family Promise of Greater Beloit, please visit https://www.familypromisebeloit.org/.
Project Kindred is currently seeking a Executive Director who will demonstrate accountability to, and alignment with, Project kindred’s vision, mission, and
strategic plan. This is an extremely entrepreneurial and creative leadership role that requires someone highly self-motivated. It is a small staff team, currently comprised of four full-time staff and fifteen part-time seasonal staff. Project Kindred’s programs are very new, and we are approaching youth development in a radical way. Currently, the Executive Director lives and works on-site for portions of the summer during weeks when programing is in session. Additional values the Executive Director will bestow are:
➢ Self-Awareness – We are true to ourselves, and we own our impact.
➢ Kindness – We uplift ourselves and others with thoughtful words and actions.
➢ Courage – We choose to stand up for ourselves and each other, even when it’s hard.
➢ Community – We include, respect, and empower one another.
To learn more about Project Kindred, please visit https://projectkindredmke.org/.
Franciscan Peacemakers is currently seeking an Executive Director who will be responsible for bringing to life the mission and vision of the Franciscan Peacemakers through servant leadership, effective management of personnel, financial oversight, and by nurturing relationships with survivors, foundations, donors, customers, other community providers and advocates, law enforcement, and the board. The Executive Director works under the counsel of the Board of Directors and in collaboration with staff, partners, volunteers, and donors. They will steadfastly focus on people and humanity. Read more.
To learn more about Franciscan Peacemakers, please visit https://franciscanpeacemakers.org/.