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Vice President for Institutional Advancement

The Brookings Institution Washington, DC

The Brookings Institution conducts in-depth research that leads to new ideas for solving problems facing society at the local, national, and global level. Bringing together more than 300 leading experts in government and academia from all over the world and representing diverse perspectives, Brookings is one of the most influential, most quoted, and most trusted think tanks. Brookings research topics span public policy issues in economics, foreign policy, development, governance, and metropolitan policy.

To fulfill its mission today, Brookings brings together more than 300 leading experts in government and academia from all over the world who provide the highest-quality research, policy recommendations, and analysis on a full range of public policy issues. Its research agenda and recommendations are rooted in open-minded inquiry and represent diverse points of view.

The Opportunity

Brookings Institution is seeking a strategic thinker and doer with the ability to take great ideas from conception to execution. The Vice President of Institutional Advancement will enhance efforts to generate significant gifts from individuals, corporations, foundations, and other organizations to ensure that all areas of the development operation are strategically organized and managed to achieve maximum success. The Vice President will possess the ability to strategically leverage the President’s time to steward top donors and cultivate high-level prospects by laying the groundwork for his successful interactions and conversations.

Bringing professional expertise and cutting-edge, best practice strategies, the successful candidate will have demonstrated success in providing philanthropic strategy, vision, leadership, and guidance, serving as the catalyst for enabling Brookings to achieve its ambitious financial goals.

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