Executive Director of the University of Florida Alumni Assocation Gainesville, Florida The University of Florida benefits from one of the most passionate and engaged external constituencies in all of higher education. Famously dubbed the Gator Nation, the alumni, parents, and friends of the University of Florida share a bond that transcends academic nostalgia and unites them in real time and in a myriad of ways. Responsibility for leading the activities of the Gator Nation and connecting it with the university falls to the University of Florida Alumni Association (UFAA), one of the nationʼs most robust alumni relations operations. To achieve the highest level of success in maximizing the impact of the Gator Nation, both within its own ranks and in partnership with the University Foundation, the UFAA is seeking a new executive director. The Executive Director of the University of Florida Alumni Association is responsible for an organization representing over 350,000 alumni and friends of the university (of whom approximately 60,000 are members). Leading a staff of fourteen, and benefiting from a budget of approximately $5 million, the executive director will have the resources, both human and material, to position the program on the cutting edge of the profession. Perhaps most importantly, the executive director will be joining the institution during an era of unprecedented success in nearly every field of endeavor, including remarkably strong undergraduate and graduate enrollments, significant increases in the institutionʼs scholarly reputation, unparalleled excellence in athletics, and a comprehensive capital campaign (Florida Tomorrow) that is on target to conclude successfully within the next two years. The University of Florida and its Alumni Association are looking forward, solidifying their position among the nationʼs elite research universities. Accomplishing this task will require a leader with superior interpersonal, relationship-building, and communication skills. He or she will also possess the experience and acumen necessary to both enhance the associationʼs programs, and to market them successfully to a broad and diverse audience. A successful candidate will be a Gator (by virtue of birth, degree, or choice). Above all, he or she will be a bold and visionary leader capable of guiding an already-successful institution through a period of reflection and evolution to a new paradigm of advancement characterized by continuous quality improvement, seamless integration with strategic partners across the campus and beyond, and accountability for a significant return on its various investments. The result of his or her efforts will be expanded membership in the organization, increased deliverables to that membership and to the university, a higher level of integration across the universityʼs external relations operation (including the University of Florida Foundation), and an acknowledged reputation as the leader in the field of alumni relations nationally. A full position specification is available upon request. Minimum qualifications include: a master's degree in an appropriate area of specialization and six years of appropriate experience; or a bachelor's degree in an appropriate area of specialization and eight years of appropriate experience. Nominations, expressions of interest, and applications (including cover letter and resume) should be submitted via email to UFAA@wittkieffer.com. Confidential inquiries and questions concerning this search may be directed to Dennis M. Barden at (630) 575-6167 or to Mercedes Vance at (207) 775-0913 The University of Florida is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer committed to diversity. Women, minorities and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. If an accommodation due to a disability is needed to apply for this position, please call (352) 392-4621, or TDD (352) 392-7734.
The Unity College Board of Trustees invites nominations and applications for the position of President.
After nearly half a century of educating students to become environmental stewards and advocates, our
nation and the public at large increasingly recognize the criticality of the College’s long-standing mission.
The College seeks a President who can offer strong leadership to ensure that Unity remains at the forefront
of environmental education and sustainability, and who can creatively guide the campus community to make
the most of this unique moment in history.
Unity is a private college in rural Maine and is poised to continue its recent growth and development. Now
with an enrollment of nearly 600 students, the College provides dedicated, engaged students with a liberal
arts education that emphasizes environmental issues and sustainability. Called “America’s Environmental
College” because of its focused environmental mission, Unity has received several national recognitions.
Unity offers a range of approaches to this mission through its five “Centers for Academic Excellence,” in
which students couple experiential practice with environmentally-focused liberal arts coursework that is
informed by cutting-edge theory. For additional information, please request the complete search profile and
As the leader, external representative, and chief executive officer of Unity College, the President
exercises broad responsibilities for all aspects of the academic, student, financial, and administrative
dimensions of the institution. The next President should both understand and support the strengths
of Unity and inspire the College community to undertake new challenges and recognize new
opportunities. The President will need to promote the College by conveying its compelling story to
external audiences, in order to increase financial support and to enable the College to become more
widely known for the quality of its teaching and learning practices, its innovative environmental
programming, and for the demonstrable qualities and performance of its graduates. The President
must be a person of demonstrated integrity and should value both conservation and preservation
approaches to environmental concerns. The President reports to the Board of Trustees.
The search committee will begin to review candidate credentials in the early spring of 2011 and continue
until an appointment is made. The new President’s term of office is scheduled to commence on July 1, 2011
or at a mutually agreed upon time thereafter. Applications shall consist of a letter describing the candidate’s
interest in and qualifications for the position, a curriculum vitae or resume, and the names and contact
information for at least five professional references.
Applicants and nominators are strongly encouraged to communicate by email utilizing Microsoft
Word attachments. For best review, materials should be submitted by Wednesday, March 2, 2011.
Chuck Bunting, Consulting Partner, and Vicki Henderson, Senior Associate, of Storbeck/Pimentel &
Associates, are assisting the Board of Trustees and the search committee. Questions and requests for
the complete search profile can be made via email or phone (610) 572-4296. Written nominations,
applications, and requests should be sent by email to: email@example.com or
firstname.lastname@example.org; or directed to:
Charles I. Bunting
Unity Presidential Search
Storbeck/Pimentel & Associates, LLC
1400 North Providence Road, Suite 6000
Media, PA 19063
Unity College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We welcome all inquiries and applications.
Become the next leader of the National Latina Institute
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The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
(NLIRH), the leading Latina reproductive justice
organization in the United States seeks a dynamic and
versatile Executive Director.
The NLIRH Executive Director position calls for an extraordinary leader with
exceptional skills in the areas of public policy advocacy, community organizing,
strategic communications, management and fundraising.
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Applications should be submitted electronically to both parties listed below and
include a cover letter, résumé and three references. Strategies for Social Change®
LLC, Elsa A. Ríos, President, email@example.com and Carmen
V. Rivera, Senior Associate, firstname.lastname@example.org.
NLIRH is committed to diversity in its leadership and staff and actively seeks a diverse
pool of candidates.
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