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Financial Planning and Analysis Officer
Lumina Foundation
The financial planning and analysis officer plans, assists, and monitors the foundation’s budget process, provides financial analyses, and communicates regularly with department managers. The officer also ensures compliance with policies and collaborates with stakeholders to improve policies and systems; provides accurate reporting of and general ledger account reconciliation in accordance with internal and external reporting requirements and accounting procedures; and analyzes financials activity and trends for communication to foundation managers.
Program Manager, Business Retention and Anti-displacement
Atlanta Wealth Building Initiative
AWBI is seeking a mission-focused, strategic, and process-minded candidate who will work together with the Director of Strategic Programs to implement policies, programs, and practices to attract, retain, and reduce displacement of legacy business owners, as well as scalable and established growth-stage businesses. The Program Manager will lead implementation of programs that support strategic advising, advocacy, resource acquisition support, equitable land use land acquisition, pro-bono business succession and estate planning, as well as worker-owned strategies. The ideal candidate will have a background and/or working knowledge in the areas of community wealth building, economic development, commercial real estate and racial equity.
Assistant to the Chief Financial Officer
San Francisco Foundation
The Assistant to the CFO provides overall administrative, operational, and process support to the Chief Financial Officer.
Assistant to the Chief Philanthropy Officer
San Francisco Foundation
The Assistant provides day-to-day assistance and overall administrative support to the Chief Philanthropy Officer and the Philanthropy and Gift Planning (PGP) team. The Philanthropy and Gift Planning team is responsible for the generation of resources to support the work of the foundation by fundraising for endowment, annual support, planned giving, and the creation and replenishment of Donor Advised Funds. This position collaborates with key stakeholders within The Foundation to support the strategic goals of the Philanthropy and Gift Planning department and communicates with external stakeholders including board members and donors.
Initiative Associate, The Partnership for Hope SF
San Francisco Foundation
San Francisco’s HOPE SF initiative is the nation’s first large-scale public housing development aimed at de-concentrating poverty, reducing social isolation, and creating vibrant mixed-income communities without mass displacement. Managed as a collective impact initiative and run out of the Mayor’s Office, HOPE SF communities, located in the southeast sector of the city, include four of the most historically isolated and dilapidated public housing communities in the nation. Unlike prior redevelopment efforts that have largely displaced the existing population, HOPE SF is committed to the 5,000 current residents and to preserving the racial and economic diversity of San Francisco.

In 2011, the Partnership for HOPE SF, led by three organizations, the City and County of San Francisco, the San Francisco Foundation, and Enterprise Community Partners, was formed to leverage the skills and resources of the philanthropic, non-profit, and business sectors to ensure that HOPE SF communities would be places of opportunity for all. The Partnership for HOPE SF has raised over $18,000,000 to support innovation and learning for the initiative; however, it is far more than a source of philanthropic funding. Made up of over 20 organizations, The Partnership for HOPE SF provides critical roles, including leadership and influence, strategic partnership, and data and evaluation support.

The San Francisco Foundation houses The Partnership for HOPE SF and leads in the areas of fundraising, strategic communications, knowledge sharing, and civic engagement. The San Francisco Foundation manages the philanthropic funds and grantmaking efforts to seed innovative strategies, build organizational capacity, and promote leadership development.
Senior Director, Power Pathway
San Francisco Foundation
The San Francisco Foundation believes that a focus on People, Place, and Power provides the pathways to greater racial equity and economic inclusion. Since the launch of its equity agenda in mid-2016, the Foundation’s Community Impact Department has been organized around these three Equity Pathways (along with a Policy and Innovations division added in 2019). The three Pathway Senior Directors are members of the Program Department’s leadership team. Under the leadership of the Vice President of Programs, they are major contributors to developing and implementing the Foundation’s equity agenda. This includes determining short- and long-term results, policy and system changes, and the associated strategies to achieve them-- grantmaking, advocacy, and civic leadership-- across various issues. Senior Directors also foster greater alignment and partnership with the Foundation’s extensive network of donors and partners from across the philanthropic, nonprofit, private, and public sectors.
Senior Director: People Pathway: Expanding Access to Opportunity
San Francisco Foundation
Senior Director, People Pathway (Expanding Access to Opportunity)

The San Francisco Foundation believes that a focus on People, Place, and Power provides the pathways to greater racial equity and economic inclusion. Since the launch of its equity agenda in mid-2016, the Foundation’s Community Impact Department has been organized around these three Equity Pathways (along with the addition of a Policy and Innovations division in 2019). The three Pathway Senior Directors are members of the Program Department’s leadership team. Under the leadership of the Vice President of Programs, they act as major contributors to the development and implementation of the Foundation’s equity agenda, determining the short- and long-term results, policy and system changes, and the associated strategies to achieve them---grantmaking, advocacy, and civic leadership---across a range of issues. Senior Directors also foster greater alignment and partnership with the Foundation’s extensive network of donors and partners from across the philanthropic, nonprofit, private, and public sectors.
Vice President of Programs
San Franciso Foundation
The San Francisco Foundation is uniquely positioned to address the Bay Area’s most pressing needs. The Foundation aims for greater community impact and is moving toward population-level results for low-income families and communities of color left out of the region’s robust economy. Five years into the San Francisco Foundation’s implementation of the racial equity and economic inclusion agenda, the organization is at an exciting juncture and next crossroads – poised to further leverage its impact across the Bay Area through deepened strategies for policy and systems change at the local, regional, and state levels, as well as innovative, proactive, and strategically aligned approaches.
Vice President for Public Policy
Lumina Foundation
The vice president for public policy is responsible for leading the development and implementation of state and federal policy initiatives designed to advance the foundation’s work in 2-year and 4-year institutions.
Director of Finance
Borealis Philanthropy
Borealis Philanthropy resources grassroots leaders and social justice movement for transformative change.

As a philanthropic intermediary, Borealis builds bridges between funders and organizers by creating opportunities for impact-driven investments. In partnering with philanthropy, we remove barriers to funding for grassroots organizations and invest in intersectional movements, building a future that serves all of us.

Borealis is seeking a Director of Finance to scale financial systems and processes and align financial policies to mitigate risk and support programmatic goals. Reporting to the President, the Director of Finance will bring strong fiscal management experience, a highly relational style, and the ability to prioritize and manage competing priorities. Reporting to the President, the Director of Finance will bring strong fiscal management experience, a highly relational style, and the ability to prioritize and manage competing priorities.
Senior Public Policy Associate
United Philanthropy Forum
The Senior Public Policy Associate role at United Philanthropy Forum presents an exciting opportunity for a dedicated professional with a solid understanding of public policy communications and an avid interest in grassroots advocacy. The ideal candidate has a proven track record for developing and executing public policy-related communications plans, assisting with grassroots engagement, and a keen understanding of the advocacy process.

The Senior Public Policy Associate is a proactive member of the Forum Public Policy team, assisting with the development and marketing of high-quality tools, events, and processes to cultivate Forum members’ public policy capacity and inform various audiences about the Forum’s public policy work. This will include assisting with the development of education, communications, marketing and advocacy strategies for target audiences to increase the Forum’s reach and influence in public policy and advocacy. This is a full-time, exempt position and is open to remote candidates.
Operation HOPE Financial Well Being Coaches
Operation HOPE, Inc.
For the past thirty years, Operation HOPE has been dedicated to empowering underserved communities through financial literacy. Now, our work encompasses much more than financial education. Our work is about instilling knowledge and confidence in those we serve so they can experience, sometimes for the first time in their lives, financial dignity.

View our Operation HOPE Careers weblink to learn about all the financial well being coaching opportunities available throughout the nation.
Advisory Services Consultant
CapEQ Impact Advisors
We’re looking for a consultant to join us at CapEQ. Our ideal person has a team mindset and is interested in helping companies and investors to embed equity into their daily operations. Experience in consulting particularly in the for-profit sector is a plus.
Corporate and Foundation Relations Manager
Exponent Philanthropy
Exponent Philanthropy is a member-led community of lean funders—those who make grants with few or no staff—where foundation leaders and individuals turn to gain insight, share practices, and seek support in making decisions. Exponent Philanthropy connects them with answers, experts, and peers to create a community of fulfilled and, ultimately, more effective philanthropists.

In our team, we look for highly collegial, ethical, bright, and customer service-oriented individuals who have a commitment to quality work.
Position Overview: The Manager, Corporate and Foundation Relations, provides critical operational and strategic support for Exponent Philanthropy’s fundraising team. The successful Manager will be
relationship-centered, goal-oriented, collaborative, and self-motivated.

Various Education, Health, Finance related positions
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Over 50 positions available. Primarily in the US but also in Africa and India
Director of Impact Investment Strategy
Graustein Memorial Fund
see website link
Cities Unites has a number of openings
Cities United
When you join our team, you’ll receive a variety of benefits, from comprehensive healthcare to paid vacation to confidential counseling, designed to support the passion and energy we look for in our staff
Associate Director, Foundation Relations
The Associate Director of Foundation Relations (ADFR) will be an experienced fundraising professional who is passionate about raising funds to support Demos’ critical work centered on building power and increasing democratic participation of Black and brown communities. Reporting to the Director of Development and working closely with Demos’ new President, Taifa Smith Butler, the ADFR is responsible for overseeing the majority of the organization’s robust foundation fundraising and relationships. The ADFR will manage their own portfolio of existing and prospective foundations while also supervising a small team. The foundations team at Demos is made up of the ADFR, a Senior Manager, Foundation Relations who oversees a portfolio of foundation relationships, and a Grant Writer position as well as outside grant writing consultants as needed.

The ideal candidate will have experience with foundation fundraising and will lead with humility, drive, and emotional intelligence. The ADFR will be joining Demos at an exciting inflection point in a strategic planning process that will clarify the organization’s mission, values, and vision and provide greater connection to Demos’ external work and create greater synergy between Demos’ internal program teams. The next ADFR will be an entrepreneurial, strategic thinker and experienced in both fundraising and change management.

See site for more details.
President & CEO
East Bay Community Foundation
Program Manager, Economic Practice
The Rockefeller Foundation
As part of the US Equity and Economic Opportunity team, the Program Manager, Economic Practice (Manager) will contribute to the ongoing development and deployment of interventions and support developing strategies to execute on the economic practice unit’s goals. The Manager, Economic Practice will manage internal processes, help monitor economic practice grantmaking processes, and track progress against the established economic practice unit goals. Reporting to the Managing Director, Economic Practice, the Manager will collaborate, coordinate and work hand-in-hand with the Managing Director, Economic Practice unit to advance the unit’s goals and objectives. The Manager will also work closely with grassroots leaders, researchers, economists, elected and public policy officials.

Reporting to the Managing Director of Economic Practice, the Program Manager will help develop and shape grants, contracts and partnerships that are in support of financial income practices or practice ideas that demonstrate the greatest potential to increase worker economic security by leveraging our relationships in Rockefeller Opportunity Collective (ROC) cities to (1) increase financial income and assets; (2) develop business equity and cash flow by expanding public and anchor institution procurement from businesses in historically marginalized communities at the federal, state, and local levels; and (3) expand ownership of tangible assets and associated cash flows.

The Manager will bring to the role knowledge and experience with economic development, public policy, community development, finance, management, and evaluation at local, national and/or international levels, and partnership development.

The Manager should be interested to focus squarely on maximizing stability for lower-wage workers, emphasize evaluation and learning over outcomes measurement, pursue innovation while diversifying risks, and balance broad experimentation with deep understanding.
Strategy Officer and Senior Strategy Officer Positions
The NEA Foundation
The NEA Foundation is seeking deeply knowledgeable, passionate, and both justice and equity-focused advocates for public education to become a part of the Foundation’s Strategy Group. These individuals will assist in furthering existing Foundation programs, developing and implementing new strategic initiatives, and cultivating strategic partnerships and investments to advance the Foundation’s mission to promote the best in public education with emphases in educational justice, equity, excellence, and opportunity.
The NEA Foundation is a national nonprofit and philanthropic organization that achieves its mission by: investing in educators’ leadership, shared learning and collaboration; supporting partnerships that advance the best in teaching and learning; and sharing improvements in education policy and practice resulting from educators’ and organizational partners’ thought leadership.

The Foundation’s aims are furthered through grants programs, strategic initiatives, fellowship and awards programs, and numerous collaborative efforts.

The Foundation believes that the most innovative and effective policies and strategies emanate from educators engaged in authentic partnership with policymakers, students, parents, and others committed to educational justice, equity, excellence, and opportunity. We envision schools as places that foster both educators’ and students’ love of learning, enabling both to excel. We also envision education as every child’s civil right.

We recognize that the realization of this vision will require rigorous teaching and learning at every educational level; equitable and just educational resources and practices; an appreciation of students’ and educators’ full identity, physical, social, and emotional well-being; the eradication of racism, prejudice, and negative biases or mindsets; and both the public and policymakers’ openness to innovation and change.

Deputy Director of Policy
DC Fiscal Policy Institute
The DC Fiscal Policy Institute (DCFPI) seeks a talented individual to help manage and advance DCFPI’s ambitious policy research and advocacy agenda as the organization implements a new strategic plan rooted in antiracism, equity, and inclusion. The Deputy Policy Director will report to the Policy Director and supervise a small team of analysts; engage in original research and writing, with a particular focus on economic analysis; advise on policy strategy; and represent DCPFI in selected coalitions and task forces.

Successful candidates will have robust skill in quantitative and qualitative research, policy development aimed at dismantling structural barriers that hold back Black and brown communities, writing and editing, project management, and people management and mentorship. Candidates must have strong communications and interpersonal skills to represent DCFPI before a range of external stakeholders and audiences and to contribute to a healthy internal team culture.

Undergraduate degree and at least eight years of relevant experience, including at least 1 year of supervisory experience, working on economic policy, or tax and budget policy issues at
the local, state, or federal level as legislative staff, executive branch staff, and/or as an independent researcher or advocate. A graduate degree in a relevant field may be substituted for two years of work experience.

Starting salary is in the $97,500 to $107,500 range, depending on experience; excellent benefits include health insurance, dental and vision care, life and long-term disability insurance, retirement
and generous vacation leave, sick leave, and holiday schedules.

See full description here:
Senior Program Officer – Housing Security & Public-Private Partnerships
Crankstart Foundation
Crankstart is seeking an equity-centered strategic leader to lead its new body of work focused on housing security and public-private partnerships. The ideal candidate is a senior leader with 1) substantive public sector experience and expertise in housing security projects; 2) strong knowledge of housing and homelessness research and interventions, and the local nonprofit landscape; 3) experience integrating work across systems (e.g., housing and criminal justice); and 4) experience working and leading cross-sector partnerships to improve population level outcomes for a city, county or state. Candidates with lived experience in California's racially and economically diverse communities are preferred.

The starting salary range is expected to be $170k to $220k depending on experience.
Executive Director of Development, WP Carey School of Business
Arizona State University Foundation
The Executive Director of Development for the W.P. Carey School of Business is a senior professional who will lead one of the university’s largest and most comprehensive development programs. The executive director will foster significant philanthropic investments in the college by providing strategic direction to the academic leadership of the unit, collaborating with development colleagues across the university to promote opportunities to interested prospects, and proactively managing a prospect portfolio. his individual must be a seasoned development leader with a proven track-record in higher education development. The executive director will report to the ASUF Vice President of Unit Development, has a liaison reporting line to the Dean, and serves as a member of the unit’s leadership team.

Director of Development, Sidney Poitier New American Film School
Arizona State University Foundation
In this new position, the Director of Development will implement all philanthropic aspects of programs and initiatives driven by The Sidney Poitier New American Film School. The Director of Development will work in a highly collaborative unit of ASU working directly with school and institute leadership, and will report directly to the Director of Development for the Herberger Institute.
The Sidney Poitier New American Film School in ASU’s Herberger Institute for Design and the Art aspires to be the most inclusive, most affordable and most impactful film program for the next generation of cinematic storytellers. The international faculty brings decades of professional experience in film, television, new media and documentary filmmaking to a rigorous and focused curriculum based in ethical and collaborative filmmaking practices, professional development and hands-on instruction. Our faculty includes feature film screenwriters, studio executives, Emmy-winning television veterans, acclaimed documentarians and highly respected craftspeople.
The Sidney Poitier New American Film School will inspire the next generation of diverse filmmakers and storytellers. With the launch of this new school, ASU will position itself as the largest, most egalitarian film school in the nation. We believe the mission and the values of this new film school, already ranked in the top 25, will be well served by honoring the legacy of Sidney Poitier
Director of Global Corporate and Foundation Engagement, Thunderbird
Arizona State University Foundation
The Director of Global Corporate and Foundation Engagement for Thunderbird will be a seasoned front-line fundraising professional who is comfortable establishing lasting philanthropic relationships with senior key individuals, corporations and foundations around the world, engaging Thunderbird alumni and other stakeholders with the School.
He/She will report to the Senior Director of Engagement, working closely with the Dean/Director General and the Chief Engagement Officer, as well as with the larger engagement team and the School’s executive and academic leadership to engage alumni and other constituencies philanthropically. The Director will also collaborate with colleagues at the ASU Foundation (ASUF), the University’s private, nonprofit fundraising arm.
Associate Director of Development, Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering
Arizona State University Foundation
The Associate Director of Development will work collaboratively with the ASU Foundation and with academic leadership in the college joining a collaborative and expanding team of fundraisers, faculty, staff and leadership. The successful candidate will be externally focused and proactively engage a portfolio of individuals, corporations and foundations who have a potential affinity with ASU. The Associate Director must be able to enthusiastically and accurately represent the University to a variety of constituents while working collaboratively to secure philanthropic investments to benefit ASU and the Fulton Schools of Engineering.
What you’ll do:
Create the strategy and lead the implementation and coordination of a comprehensive institute-based development program
Work with development colleagues, volunteers and academic leaders to identify, cultivate and solicit annual, major and planned gifts
Develop and submit written proposals, budgets, and other collateral materials as needed for securing philanthropic investments
Proactively manage a portfolio of major gifts ($25,000+) prospects regionally and nationally, developing and executing strategies leading to solicitation and investment that leverage the donor’s interests and connect them to ASU’s opportunities
Initiate core fundraising metrics including face-to-face visits with prospects, identification of new prospects, growth in cumulative giving from the prospect portfolio, major gift proposals submitted, and dollars raised
Develop a strong strategic working relationship with the Dean, chairs, director, and faculty members
Participate as a member of the ASUF development team as a resource to development colleagues regarding fundraising opportunities
Greater New Orleans Funders Network (GNOFN)
GNOFN Director Role Summary
At this stage in its development, GNOFN is looking for a proven leader who is aligned with its core principles and values, is skilled at building an organization and growing a membership base. The ideal candidate should have a passion for management and capacity building; recognizing the mission of engaging local and national funders as a strategic opportunity to leverage and coordinate investments that seek to build nonprofit equity and justice infrastructure across the region.
Program Evaluator/Evaluation Manager
Black Voters Matter Fund
This position will be responsible for creating methods to evaluate our internal programming quantitatively and qualitatively.

Principal Responsibilities:
Perform basic data analysis to extract usable information from administered survey responses
Create and execute experiments by coordinating with data team and external partners
Create evaluation surveys, attitudinal surveys, exit polling, etc
See full description at link below.
Program Specialist, Content Delivery
Grantmakers for Effective Organizations (GEO)
This is a great fit for an emerging programs specialist looking to work at a national PSO organization, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations.

The role is ideal for someone passionate about translating content into impactful programs and strengthening relationships with partners.

Apply here for the Program Specialist, Content Delivery. Salary band is $50K-60Ks.

Please get in touch with me if you are interested in the role, have questions, or know someone who would be a good fit. Thank you!
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