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Words to Lead By, Executive Leadership

Four Leadership Trends So Far in 2024

February 21, 2024

We asked nonprofit professionals to share their leadership intentions for 2024. As we reviewed the many thoughtful responses, four themes came into focus: resilience, authenticity, empathy, and boldness.

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Jenny Liu
Academic Medicine/Healthcare, Fundraising, Executive Leadership

Jenny Liu Named Vice President of Strategic Giving of Boston Children’s Hospital Trust

February 21, 2024

In coordination with hospital stakeholders, Liu will build and implement a transformational giving program to leverage pediatric care for the world.

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Marie Muhvic
Education, In the News, Executive Leadership

Marie Muhvic Named Vice President for University Relations at Southwestern University

January 10, 2024

A proven leader, Muhvic will helm a comprehensive advancement division as the University continues to invest in its fundraising and alumni relations program.

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Examples of Advancement Leadership
Words to Lead By, Academic Medicine/Healthcare, Executive Leadership

Three Examples of Advancement Leadership Today

January 4, 2024

Although they each followed different paths to nonprofit leadership positions, Eric Barritt, Kristin Bertell, and Harvey Green all seek to embody a set of common values as leaders: being open-minded, curious, adaptable, and willing to be vulnerable.

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Melissa Famer Richards
Education, In the News, Executive Leadership

Emerson College Appoints Melissa Farmer Richards Vice President and Chief of Staff

January 2, 2024

As part of a continued partnership, Lindauer and Emerson teamed up to conduct a national search that will help usher in a new era under the leadership of College President Jay Bernhardt.

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Laura Doherty and Caryn Karo
Education, Fundraising, In the News, Team Building

New York University Welcomes Laura Doherty and Caryn Karo as Assistant Vice Presidents in the Office of University Development and Alumni Relations

December 18, 2023

NYU partnered with Lindauer to recruit two integral new leaders who will help advance University-wide priorities.

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DEI in Nonprofits
Diversity, Equity + Inclusion, Executive Leadership

Improving Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Nonprofits: The Impact of Leadership, Authenticity, and AI

December 6, 2023

Lindauer CEO Deb Taft discusses a number of factors that can help or hinder organizations’ efforts to recruit, retain, and engage talented individuals of diverse lived experience.

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Top Diversity Recruiting Firms
Diversity, Equity + Inclusion, In the News

Lindauer Named Among Hunt Scanlon’s Top HR/Diversity Recruiting Firms

December 1, 2023

Hunt Scanlon Media has once again honored Lindauer as one of the top diversity recruiting firms of 2023.

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Joe Watterson
Academic Medicine/Healthcare, In the News

City of Hope Names Joe Watterson Vice President, Corporate Philanthropy

November 30, 2023

Watterson will serve as a key partner in building a national philanthropy model to support increased levels of donor engagement and giving for transformative cancer care.

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Rebekah Sobel
Arts + Culture, Faith-Based, In the News, Executive Leadership

Rebekah Sobel Named Executive Director of the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education

November 15, 2023

Through exhibitions, education, and community outreach, Sobel will lead OJMCHE as it engages diverse audiences by examining the Jewish experience and fostering intercultural dialogues.

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Earl Granger III
Diversity, Equity + Inclusion, In the News, Executive Leadership

The Executive Leadership Council Appoints Earl Granger, III as Chief Development and Impact Officer

November 15, 2023

In this inaugural role, Granger will strategically grow philanthropic support for The ELC’s mission of advancing Black leadership.

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