I hope this finds you well and enjoying the winter season. We are keeping busy (and warm!) with a compelling slate of executive search and fundraising projects. We are pleased to share this most recent edition of our newsletter which tackles topics that have been top of mind amongst our team, including fundraiser recruitment and retention, the rise of mega-gifts, and the changing landscape of corporate philanthropy. As always, we welcome your thoughts on these issues or anything else that might be on your mind.
On behalf of all of us here at Development Guild, thank you for your interest.
Placed Leaders at Montefiore Einstein
We are pleased to announce the recent placement of the following leaders at Montefiore Einstein in New York:
Senior Director, Special Events
Director, Corporate and
Director, Alumni Relations
View all recently placed candidates here.
We are currently recruiting for the following nonprofit executive searches. Please click through to read full job postings.
Boston Children's Hospital Trust
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Montefiore and Einstein
Mount Sinai Health System
Arts, Culture, and Museums
National Coast Guard Museum Association
Campaign for Catholic Schools
Council for Economic Education
Environment and Conservation
National Audubon Society
Woods Hole Research Center
Health and Science
Sarcoma Foundation of America
Sacred Heart University
University of Miami
Children of Fallen Patriots
Pine Street Inn
Sophia Snow Place
The Salvation Army Eastern PA and Delaware Division
The Salvation Army Southern New England Division
The Salvation Army, Eastern Territory
The Salvation Army, Greater New York Division
Choate Rosemary Hall
St. John's Preparatory School
The Winsor School
Development Guild DDI
Public K-12 Schools
Prospect Hill Academy Charter School
Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation
Drawing upon conversations she’s had with thousands of fundraisers over the years, our CEO Suzi Weber reveals the 5 reasons fundraisers join and leave an organization, and her advice on how nonprofits can strengthen their recruitment and retention efforts.
In November, Michael Bloomberg donated $1.8 billion to his alma mater, Johns Hopkins University. Though record-breaking in size, the gift is part of a growing trend that has many nonprofits wondering how they can secure such substantial donations. On our blog, Sr. Consultant and former Exec. Dir. of Development , Museum of Science Jim Kraus shares strategies nonprofits can employ to secure a mega-gift of their own.
Our Executive Vice President and Fundraising Practice Leader Victoria Jones weighs in on how tech start-ups and the Pledge 1% organization are impacting the corporate philanthropy landscape across the country.
We are hiring!
We are seeking an Executive Search Research Consultant to report to and provide administrative support to our President Bill Weber, while serving as the primary researcher and/or coordinator on executive search client projects. The entry level position requires excellent communication and organizational skills, as well as a commitment to working with extraordinary nonprofit organizations, and is based in our Brookline offices. Learn more about the Executive Search Research Consultant position.
- Alumni: Where Are They Now? with Jenn Musso
posted June 20, 2019
- Development Guild June Update
posted June 14, 2019
- The Data Culture at DonorsChoose.org
posted June 6, 2019
- More than Money: What Campaign Success Can (and Should) Look Like
posted May 30, 2019
- Featured Placement: Susan Murray at Year Up
posted May 20, 2019
- Data + the Greater Good Meetup: 92nd Street Y
posted May 10, 2019