SVP Seattle’s new CEO will join a vibrant organization with a reputation for thought leadership and innovation. One that plays a crucial role in broader conversations about the social sector’s effectiveness, impact and related trends.
The organizational culture is entrepreneurial and prioritizes learning and continuous improvement. The staff of 13 share enormous comradery and their passion for SVP’s mission and impact is palpable. Similarly, the 19 directors on the board share deep commitments to SVP and actively engage in its governance.
SVP’s CEO will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for staff, programs, partners, future strategic development and fulfillment of the organization’s mission. This represents an exciting opportunity to lead a powerful network of philanthropists with the drive to make change in their community and to help shape the impact of their collective efforts and investments.
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Materials must be submitted to the search team at Waldron by May 24.
Photo by Gary Voth: A mission moment. SVP Partner Mary Willis volunteered her project management skills to help Mike Stewart strengthen Boyer Children’s Clinic.