With 2019 officially here, we want to thank our clients and friends for your valued support and interest in 2018. The year was especially meaningful as it marked Development Guild DDI’s 40th anniversary. We remain incredibly grateful to have the opportunity to partner with so many extraordinary organizations (600 and counting). We are very much looking forward to the new year and sharing some exciting new initiatives. Stay tuned!
On behalf of all of us here at Development Guild DDI, we wish you a happy holiday season,
We are pleased to share a number of recent placements, including Christopher Lawson as Chief Development Officer for Cape Cod Healthcare (pictured). Read more about our recently placed candidates at clients such as Colby College, the Melanoma Research Foundation, and Northfield Mount Hermon.
View all recently placed candidates here.
Boston Children's Hospital Trust
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Mount Sinai Health System
Arts, Culture, and Museums
Farnsworth Art Museum
National Coast Guard Museum Association
UP Education Network
Environment and Conservation
National Audubon Society
Health and Science
Lymphoma Research Foundation
Bridgewater State University
Fitchburg State University
University of the People
Jewish Vocational Service (JVS Boston)
The Salvation Army MA
St. Mark's School
Development Guild DDI
Partners In Health
Clayton Christensen Institute for Disruptive Innovation
The Association of Executive Search and Leadership Consultants (AESC) recently spoke with our president Bill Weber regarding the digital revolution currently taking place. On our blog Bill shares his advice on how nonprofit leaders can embrace this change and foster innovation.
We recently caught up with Winthrop Carty, Executive Director at the Melton Foundation. We placed Winthrop at Melton over ten years ago and were eager to know – how has Winthrop’s role changed over the years? What does he value most about his role and Melton now? Find out what Winthrop had to say in our blog post!
On Our Minds
How does ProPublica Use Data to Tell Stories?
Diversity, Talent, and Board Recruitment
On Our Calendars
Discover How a “Wall-less” Museum Collects Data
Come Hear Us Speak at the 2019 CASE D1 Conference
Welcome to our Newest Team Members
- The Corporate Philanthropy of Tomorrow
posted February 11, 2019
- Recruitment and Retention: Two Sides of the Same Coin
posted February 7, 2019
- Guild Gathering: How to Ignore Distractions and Achieve Your Goals
posted January 31, 2019
- Alumni: Where Are They Now? with Maria Rein
posted January 23, 2019
- Michael Bloomberg and the Rise of Mega-Gifts
posted January 16, 2019
- Data + the Greater Good Meetup: Nora Gomez-Strauss at Public Art Fund
posted January 11, 2019