Executive Director/CEO

Executive Director

• Provide staff support to the board and its committees to ensure that they work in an efficient and effective manner.
• Provide leadership in support of actions to define and achieve its mission and goals.
• Provide guidance to the board and its committees in the development of FOR’s organizational priorities, including legislative priorities.
• Work with the board and its committees to develop and implement a public relations campaign to increase the public visibility and exposure of the organization through newsletters, social media, and other media outlets.

Executive Director North Carolina Science Fair Foundation – Raleigh, NC

The North Carolina Science Fair Foundation (NCSFF) (ncsciencefair.org) is a not-for-profit educational organization whose purpose is to increase the awareness of, exposure to, and participation in inquiry-based STEM learning. NCSFF promotes STEM research for elementary, middle, and high school students and partners with teachers to integrate student scientific research into science education, both formal and informal. NCSFF works to increase diversity and engagement of underrepresented student populations in science and engineering research.

Executive Director/CEO

The Opportunity

The founding Executive Director of what is now known as Freedom School Partners (FSP) is retiring following a 20-year career of growing this amazing nonprofit that is currently serving 1,200 scholars and their families every summer at 18 sites throughout Charlotte-Mecklenburg. The Board of Directors has engaged Elinvar to conduct the search for the next leader of FSP.

Executive Director

The Board of Directors of the Cindy Platt Boys & Girls Club of Transylvania County is seeking a dedicated, career-oriented Executive Director.

The Boys & Girls Club mission is to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible citizens. The E.D. is responsible for bringing this mission to life in Transylvania County by working to ensure that the club’s youth are provided a safe and fun space to engage in opportunities and with caring professionals to guide them.

President - United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: President, United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County, Raleigh, North Carolina

United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County is a private 501(c)3 nonprofit that has worked for 30 years to build a better Raleigh and Wake County through support of and advocacy for the arts. United Arts Council provides programs and services, and partners with businesses, individuals, foundations and the government to raise funds and distribute grants to schools, arts organizations, and local artists. Key programs include:

Changed Choices Executive Director

Changed Choices exists so that women who have experienced incarceration lead restored lives marked by healthy decisions, self-sufficiency, and contribution to their communities.
As followers of Christ, we empower currently and recently incarcerated women to achieve lasting, positive change through programming and personalized mental, emotional, physical and spiritual support.

Based out of Charlotte, Changed Choices staff members maintain relationships with their clients in facilities in North Carolina and federal facilities throughout the United States with a noteworthy recidivism rate of less than 4%. In addition to the core program CARE (Comprehensive Approach to Re-entry Effectiveness) and with an emphasis on mentoring, Changed Choices enjoys partnerships with a number of agencies including the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office where it provides programming, leads Bible Studies and provides professional counseling.

Changed Choices is looking for a highly-energetic, creative leader to guide the organization to the next phase of success through programmatic excellence, organizational growth and increased brand awareness. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs and strategic plan of the organization to best position it for financial sustainability and maximum impact on clients and the community.
The successful candidate will be a strategic motivator and thoughtful leader who will be a public advocate for social justice in the Charlotte area. She must have demonstrated experience in building effective networks and relationships with a range of audiences, including members of the philanthropic, financial and nonprofit communities, civic leaders, government agencies and peer organizations. The ideal candidate must have a proven track record for taking an organization, or a department within a larger organization, to an advanced level. She should have demonstrated success managing multiple priorities and managing the needs of diverse constituencies, both internal and external. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.