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Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 3 days ago(10/15/2021 3:35 PM)
Founded in 2002, Matahari Women Workers’ Center is a Greater Boston community-based social justice organization of women and families working to end gender violence and exploitation. We aim to develop the leadership of women who are directly impacted by and have survived gender violence and exploitation by means of domestic or sexual violence, labor trafficking, and wage theft; and to address the root causes of social injustices that women face. The core of our work is grassroots leadership development and the empowerment of women workers and their families to change laws and conditions that impact us. Our mission is to work to end gender violence and exploitation. Matahari is a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE MissionWorks (www.tsne.org).
Job ID
2021-1900
Company
Matahari Women Workers' Center
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 5 days ago(10/13/2021 5:11 PM)
TSNE (formerly Third Sector New England) (www.tsne.org) is a management support organization that partners every year with hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. Our mission is to provide information and services to build the knowledge, power, and effectiveness of individuals, organizations, and groups that engage people in community and public life. The ultimate intention of our work is to create a more just and democratic society.   We assist a wide range of organizations in the social sector with a mix of management support and capacity building services in consulting, financial and grants management, business administration, human resources, compensation and benefits administration, professional development training and research in nonprofit fields of practice.   As a leading voice and capacity builder in the nonprofit sector, TSNE is committed to learning and building our practices and values around diversity, inclusion and equity, and working in a culturally proficient way with our staff and the organizations and communities we serve. We actively cultivate a work environment that values the experiences of individuals in an open-minded and collaborative atmosphere.
Job ID
2021-1902
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 5 days ago(10/13/2021 5:05 PM)
TSNE (formerly Third Sector New England) (www.tsne.org) is a management support organization that partners every year with hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. Our mission is to provide information and services to build the knowledge, power, and effectiveness of individuals, organizations, and groups that engage people in community and public life. The ultimate intention of our work is to create a more just and democratic society.   We assist a wide range of organizations in the social sector with a mix of management support and capacity building services in consulting, financial and grants management, business administration, human resources, compensation and benefits administration, professional development training and research in nonprofit fields of practice.   As a leading voice and capacity builder in the nonprofit sector, TSNE is committed to learning and building our practices and values around diversity, inclusion and equity, and working in a culturally proficient way with our staff and the organizations and communities we serve. We actively cultivate a work environment that values the experiences of individuals in an open-minded and collaborative atmosphere.
Job ID
2021-1901
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 7 days ago(10/12/2021 10:02 AM)
A Way Home America (AWHA) is a national initiative to build the movement to prevent and end homelessness among young people. We are homeless youth providers, advocates, researchers, government agencies, philanthropists and young people uniting behind a common goal: Prevent and end homelessness among all youth and young adults. Ensure that homelessness among youth and young adults is rare, and if it occurs, experiences of homelessness are brief and one-time.    A Way Home America is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org)  
Job ID
2021-1898
Company
A Way Home America
Job Locations US-CT-Hartford
Posted Date 7 days ago(10/12/2021 9:59 AM)
The Greater Hartford Arts Council seeks a collaborative and creative Chief Executive Officer committed to serving the community to address the needs and goals of artists and arts organizations across the region.   Organization   The Greater Hartford Arts Council (Arts Council) exists to be a catalyst for the arts and promotes an equitable arts ecosystem. The Arts Council’s vision is that the Greater Hartford region will be a thriving multi-cultural destination anchored by a diverse and innovative arts sector.   For 50 years the Arts Council has supported the vibrant arts and cultural community of Connecticut’s Capital Region (34 towns, population of one million) through a range of grant programs and services designed to utilize the power of the arts to improve the lives of all people, celebrate the unique cultural diversity of the region, provide critical educational opportunities for our young people, and create an exciting place to live, work and visit.   At this inflection point in the organization, sector and community’s collective history, the Arts Council is poised to be the leading organization to convene artists, arts leaders and organizations to facilitate their important work in the region. In addition, the organization is a resource for individuals and corporations looking to make impactful investments in the arts in our communities.    In preparation for the introduction of a new leader, the Arts Council recently engaged in a strategic planning and visioning process to assess the current state of the organization, explore questions regarding the revenue and service models within the organization, and co-create a plan for the organization’s future strategy. Key strengths of the Arts Council that emerged from this work include:   - Access: The Arts Council provides access to arts and artists through a variety of programs and events - Support: Critical support to arts organizations is made available through funding and other services - Promotion: The organization actively promotes programs, events and exhibits, and helps raise audience and visibility - Advocacy: The Arts Council champions the arts, artists and arts organizations in the region   Located in Hartford, CT with an annual operating budget of approximately $2.5M, the Arts Council is led by a dedicated and talented team of seven and is governed by a 21-member board comprised of corporate, nonprofit and community leaders committed to promoting the arts.
Job ID
2021-1899
Company
Greater Hartford Arts Council
Job Locations US-MA-Remote Central and Western
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/5/2021 2:42 PM)
At The Carrot Project, we envision a just and resilient farm and food system, where successful farms and agricultural businesses are increasing in number and racial diversity, and are contributing to New England’s economic, environmental, and social well-being. We support agricultural businesses securing their futures by breaking down financial barriers, and building their path to sustainability. We do this as business advisors and through education, advocacy, and research. We address the most important gaps at the intersections of financial security, racial and economic justice, financial barriers to farmland access, and farmers’ ability to weather major disruptions.   The Carrot Project is a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE (www.tsne.org)
Job ID
2021-1896
Company
The Carrot Project
Job Locations US
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/5/2021 2:29 PM)
Real Food Generation (“RFG”) harnesses the power of youth and universities to create an equitable and sustainable food system. After winning dozens of campaigns nationally that have resulted in $80 million committed to our definition of “Real Food” annually, we have proven that student organizing can drive substantial change in the food chain in every region of the country at a wide variety of schools. Building off of our successes, RFG launched two new initiatives in 2018. The Real Meals Campaign is an unprecedented coalition of national organizations representing farmers, ranchers, fishermen, and environmentalists working to change the food service management industry. Uprooted & Rising is a movement to end college and university support for Big Food and white supremacy in the food system and to direct the energy of our generation toward food sovereignty.   Real Food Generation is a fiscally-sponsored project of TSNE (www.tsne.org). For more information see www.realfoodgen.org.
Job ID
2021-1895
Company
Real Food Generation
Job Locations US-MA-Cambridge
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(10/4/2021 9:16 PM)
  Tutoring Plus is seeking a passionate leader to advance strategic direction, leverage relationships and ensure continued programmatic excellence.     The Organization   Founded in 1964 as partnership between a neighborhood group and MIT students, Tutoring Plus has grown to be a highly respected organization and is one of the longest-running out-of-school time academic service providers for students in the community.  Tutoring Plus works to strengthen the fabric of the shared community through its mission: To advance educational equity by supporting youth in their academic, personal and social growth through free, individualized tutoring, mentoring and enrichment programs.    Tutoring Plus does an exceptional job of getting to know each student within its programs.  Staff work to understand each young person, who they are as a learner and who they are as an individual, and based on this are able to provide the right scaffolding and support to help them be successful learners.   Cambridge is an economically and racially stratified community, where respected universities and booming biotech companies exist next to families experiencing economic, food and housing insecurity. Tutoring Plus works to close the opportunity gap and ensure that every young person has the opportunity to learn and grow. The organization provides free programs that support students in developing the skills needed to successfully navigate and positively influence our world.   Tutoring Plus Programs include Tutoring and Mentoring Programs and Enrichment Programs.  Tutoring Plus operates seven 1:1 tutoring centers, four subject based enrichment programs and gender-specific programs for middle school girls and boys. In the 2020 -21 academic year, 140 volunteers provided 2,823 hours of free academic support and mentoring to over 140 students in grades 4-12.  Tutoring Plus was able to pivot quickly during the COVID-19 pandemic without a service gap, running all programs virtually.   During 1:1 tutoring and mentoring programs, students also engage with the social emotional and critical consciousness curriculum that Tutoring Plus staff develop and facilitate.  Students learn important skills like perspective taking, questioning sources and teamwork that they apply to a community advocacy program.    Students and volunteers are matched based on academic profiles and personality.  Tutoring Plus seeks to provide positive and productive matches that support academic and personal growth for both students and volunteers.   Tutoring Plus has five full-time and ten part-time dedicated staff, 14 supportive and engaged board members, and is a financially stable organization with an operational budget of $400,000. 
Job ID
2021-1897
Company
Tutoring Plus of Cambridge, Inc.
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(9/27/2021 10:22 AM)
TSNE (formerly Third Sector New England) (tsne.org) is a management support organization that partners every year with hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. Our mission is to provide information and services to build the knowledge, power, and effectiveness of individuals, organizations, and groups that engage people in community and public life. The ultimate intention of our work is to create a more just and democratic society.   We assist a wide range of organizations in the social sector with a mix of management support and capacity building services in consulting, financial and grants management, business administration, human resources, compensation and benefits administration, professional development training and research in nonprofit fields of practice.   As a leading voice and capacity builder in the nonprofit sector, TSNE is committed to learning and building our practices and values around diversity, inclusion and equity, and working in a culturally proficient way with our staff and the organizations and communities we serve. We actively cultivate a work environment that values the experiences of individuals in an open-minded and collaborative atmosphere.
Job ID
2021-1894
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-CT-New Haven
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/24/2021 11:39 AM)
Founded in 2015, the School and State Finance Project (schoolstatefinance.org) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit policy organization, focused on education funding and state finance issues, with a commitment to providing independent analysis, building public knowledge, improving transparency, and developing fair, sustainable solutions.   The goals of the School and State Finance Project are to: - Serve as an independent and trustworthy source of high-quality research and analysis about Connecticut’s education finance policies and state budget. - Improve transparency around Connecticut’s education and state finances by providing access to timely, accurate, and easy-to-understand data and information. - Build public knowledge about Connecticut’s finances, budget, and economy, and elevate conversations about how to strengthen the state’s fiscal health. - Increase awareness about Connecticut’s education finance system and the need for an equitable, unified funding formula that treats all students fairly and strengthens schools and communities. - Develop thoughtful, data-driven solutions that address Connecticut’s education funding and state finance challenges by working collaboratively with state and local policymakers, community groups and leaders, and other key stakeholders. - Provide technical assistance to partner organizations seeking to solve education finance-related challenges. Although not a member-based organization, the School and State Finance Project actively works with a diverse group of stakeholders and communities across Connecticut.   The School and State Finance Project aims to serve as a trusted resource for state and local policymakers, school district officials, community leaders, and all people looking for transparent, accessible, and approachable information about education funding and state finance.   The School and State Finance Project is a fiscally sponsored organization of TSNE (tsne.org).
Job ID
2021-1893
Company
School and State Finance Project
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 4 weeks ago(9/22/2021 3:23 PM)
TSNE (formerly Third Sector New England) (www.tsne.org) is a management support organization that partners every year with hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. Our mission is to provide information and services to build the knowledge, power, and effectiveness of individuals, organizations, and groups that engage people in community and public life. The ultimate intention of our work is to create a more just and democratic society.   We assist a wide range of organizations in the social sector with a mix of management support and capacity building services in consulting, financial and grants management, business administration, human resources, compensation and benefits administration, professional development training and research in nonprofit fields of practice.   As a leading voice and capacity builder in the nonprofit sector, TSNE is committed to learning and building our practices and values around diversity, inclusion and equity, and working in a culturally proficient way with our staff and the organizations and communities we serve. We actively cultivate a work environment that values the experiences of individuals in an open-minded and collaborative atmosphere.
Job ID
2021-1891
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-MA-Dorchester
Posted Date 1 month ago(9/15/2021 4:45 PM)
  Family Nurturing Center of MA (FNC) is seeking a passionate, mission-driven Executive Director to raise the organization’s visibility, develop its vision, deepen its impact, and shepherd the organization through its next phase of growth.   ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION Family Nurturing Center was founded in 1994 by Sharon Shay Workman, PhD with the goals of reducing child maltreatment and abuse and promoting healthy families and communities.   Since that time, FNC has grown and evolved to become a highly-regarded community-based family service provider and a nationally recognized training center.    FNC provides training, mentoring, and program development consultation services to more than 1,000 professionals throughout Massachusetts each year.  As part of the National Nurturing Network coordinated by Family Development Resources, Inc., FNC has played key leadership roles in nationally funded projects that promote healthy families. FNC has led both government and privately funded local initiatives involving direct services that have served as pilot programs replicated elsewhere.   Family Nurturing Center offers free nurturing and family engagement programs for families in low-income Boston neighborhoods that help parents and caregivers improve their parenting skills and enhance the cognitive and social development of their children.  FNC also fosters parent leaders and offers paid parent leadership opportunities.  FNC’s training and programming have benefited from long term consistent support from state agencies including the Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care and the Department of Children and Families, and many foundations.  These programs help to strengthen families, build community and family networks, and provide children with the nurturing and engaging environments necessary to ensure school readiness, resilience, and long-term success.  Each year FNC partners with over 1,500 families. FNC also works with other nonprofits to build their capacity and opportunities to offer these programs and services across all of Boston’s most underserved neighborhoods.   In 2020, FNC opened a beautiful, new facility in the Bowdoin-Geneva neighborhood of Dorchester, a 12,800 square foot Family and Training Center that offers an expanded community presence, allows FNC to engage more families, and creates opportunities for new partnerships and collaborations within the community.  The building is a draw for families and the hub for FNC’s work locally and throughout the Commonwealth.  The new facility includes a dedicated indoor Play Space; meeting spaces for program participants, trainings, and community gatherings; an open concept office space to encourage program collaboration and integrated service delivery; a full kitchen to support group-based programs and events; and full handicap accessibility on all floors.     The mission of FNC, to work with others to build nurturing communities where children are cherished, families are supported, and healthy human development is promoted by all, is embodied by FNC’s long-tenured, committed staff and engaged, supportive board. FNC’s 24 staff members, of whom three report to the Executive Director, enjoy a collaborative and nurturing organizational culture.  FNC is led by a cross-sector 16-member board of directors and is a financially stable organization with an annual operating budget of approximately $3.7m.   THE OPPORTUNITY Family Nurturing Center saw significant growth under the 16-year tenure of Executive Director Matt LiPuma.  With Mr. LiPuma’s impending retirement this fall, the next Executive Director of Family Nurturing Center will join a well-established and reputable organization with highly-effective programs, solid community partnerships, and staff who are committed to the mission and culture of the organization.  The next Executive Director of Family Nurturing Center will have the opportunity to capitalize on these strengths to increase FNC’s impact in the future.   Key strategic priorities for the Executive Director include: Broaden Visibility Through strategic efforts in marketing, public relations, and relationship development, the Executive Director has an opportunity to elevate the organization’s reputation and visibility as a service provider and field leader in the local community and beyond.   Expand Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion FNC believes that justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI) are essential to accomplishing its mission and maximizing its impact. The Executive Director will bring vision and leadership to effectively promote and integrate best practices for furthering JEDI across the work of the organization.  Specifically, there are opportunities to offer programs in additional languages; provide services for LGBTQIA+ families; and expand even further the diversity of staff, leadership, and decision-making practices.   Define Organizational Vision FNC did an exceptional job meeting COVID challenges with speed and creativity.  The organization adeptly adopted remote operations and expanded programs, family supports and the number of families served.  The next Executive Director has the opportunity to review these successes and strategically advance the programmatic direction and organizational infrastructure needed in a post-COVID environment.   Program Effectiveness As the leader of a service organization, the next Executive Director will partner with the Director of Programs and Program Managers and oversee the strength, effectiveness and evaluation of programs. 
Job ID
2021-1890
Company
Family Nurturing Center of Massachusetts, Inc.
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(8/26/2021 5:35 PM)
TSNE (formerly Third Sector New England) (www.tsne.org) is a management support organization that partners every year with hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. Our mission is to provide information and services to build the knowledge, power, and effectiveness of individuals, organizations, and groups that engage people in community and public life. The ultimate intention of our work is to create a more just and democratic society.   We assist a wide range of organizations in the social sector with a mix of management support and capacity building services in consulting, financial and grants management, business administration, human resources, compensation and benefits administration, professional development training and research in nonprofit fields of practice.   As a leading voice and capacity builder in the nonprofit sector, TSNE is committed to learning and building our practices and values around diversity, inclusion and equity, and working in a culturally proficient way with our staff and the organizations and communities we serve. We actively cultivate a work environment that values the experiences of individuals in an open-minded and collaborative atmosphere.
Job ID
2021-1885
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 2 months ago(8/26/2021 2:14 PM)
TSNE (formerly Third Sector New England) (www.tsne.org) is a management support organization that partners every year with hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. Our mission is to provide information and services to build the knowledge, power, and effectiveness of individuals, organizations, and groups that engage people in community and public life. The ultimate intention of our work is to create a more just and democratic society.   We assist a wide range of organizations in the social sector with a mix of management support and capacity building services in consulting, financial and grants management, business administration, human resources, compensation and benefits administration, professional development training and research in nonprofit fields of practice.   As a leading voice and capacity builder in the nonprofit sector, TSNE is committed to learning and building our practices and values around diversity, inclusion and equity, and working in a culturally proficient way with our staff and the organizations and communities we serve. We actively cultivate a work environment that values the experiences of individuals in an open-minded and collaborative atmosphere.
Job ID
2021-1884
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-NY-New York
Posted Date 2 months ago(8/19/2021 5:11 PM)
Worker’s Justice Project (WJP) was founded in 2010 to address the racial and economic injustices that low-wage immigrant workers face in New York City by building collective power to win institutional change. WJP, a fiscally sponsored project of TSNE MissionWorks, runs two long-standing worker’s centers in Brooklyn. We promote justice and opportunity for low-wage immigrant workers in New York City by pushing for systematic enforcement and expansion of workplace protections, which include labor and occupational health and safety standards while advocating for industry-specific efforts to improve working conditions. WJP also offers skills-building training to workers in health & safety and industry-specific areas, and we educate immigrant communities about their rights in the workplace and how to exercise those rights.
Job ID
2021-1882
Company
Worker's Justice Project
Job Locations US-ME-Bath
Posted Date 2 months ago(8/12/2021 10:12 PM)
  Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights seeks a collaborative and dynamic Executive Director to strengthen and expand a small, growing organization to advance sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice nationally.   Organization   Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights(GRR!) works through education and advocacy to protect for younger generations the access to reproductive rights, justice, and health care that prior generations fought to secure. GRR! envisions a world where all people have access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive health care, including abortion. A world where all can exercise their right to maintain personal bodily autonomy, have children, not have children, and parent the children they do have in safe and sustainable communities.   Background On a trip to Mozambique, Dr. Julia “Judy” Kahrl, 87, Founder and Board Chair of GRR!, saw the leadership and influence that older women and grandmothers had with younger women regarding healthcare and contraception. Back in the US, Judy was determined to harness the anger and energy of people in her generation that were triggered by the increasing restrictions on access to abortion and family planning. With a group of friends in Maine, Judy founded GRR! in 2013. Within a year, we had inquiries about establishing groups in other states. At that time, our volunteers did not have the time or resources to respond effectively. However, we knew our goal to expand nationally was only a matter of time. Eight years later, GRR! is a nationally recognized organization dedicated to reproductive health, rights and justice. GRR!’s yellow t-shirts stood out at pre-pandemic legislative sessions in Augusta, Maine, as well as at the Maine Women’s March in 2017, when Judy was a featured speaker. To better support activists across the country and respond to inquiries and interest from collaborators to join the work and/or start chapters, GRR! hired a National Grassroots Organizer (NGO) in November 2020.   Transition   Since its founding, GRR! has grown from a small group who met around a kitchen table to an organization with national ambitions. In April 2020, GRR! was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) entity and was granted tax-exempt status by the IRS. The organization assembled a Board of Directors, who met for the first time in September 2020. GRR! is now seeking an Executive Director who will articulate and hone the organizational vision, create a fundraising plan and determine the ideal staffing structure.   GRR! began as a white middle class organization with aspirations to be diverse by income level, gender, racial identity, and ability. The new Executive Director will lead a culture change and volunteer activist organization, defending reproductive rights and justice to ensure that the full range of reproductive services are legal, safe, meaningfully accessible and shame-free to every person in this country. GRR! is committed to expanding partnerships and participation with Black, Brown, Asian American Pacific Islanders (AAPI), and Indigenous activists while collaborating with national and regional leaders from the Reproductive Justice movement.   Currently GRR! operates on a virtual office platform guided by a five-member Board of Directors and an eight-person Advisory Council with a range of experiences. The Executive Director will report to the Board and oversee a dedicated team of five, currently comprised of consultants and volunteers. GRR!’s 2021 budget is $500,000.   Opportunity   The Executive Director will embody GRR!’s organizational values of autonomy, justice, authenticity, personal growth and power, accountability, and collaboration. Key strategic priorities for the Executive Director include:   Growing the Cohort of GRR! Leaders The Executive Director will help reach people who want to identify as GRR! and collaborate with them to work for cultural and legislative change. GRR! will continue to develop educational materials and presentations to support volunteer advocacy on the state and regional level. Developing state chapters and local representation is a large part of GRR!’s mission. In addition, the organization will continue to offer original, interactive educational workshops and presentations in partnership with institutions of higher education.   An inspiring leader, the Executive Director will support national advocacy through coalition work with other SRHRJ (sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice) organizations. They will do this through relationship building to support grandmothers and older people in sharpening their skills to give voice and strength to their stories, histories and lived experiences.   Expanding GRR!’s Funding Base The Executive Director will envision, develop and steward a robust funding plan for GRR!’s future sustainability. GRR! will shift from relying primarily on a sole donor to developing a diverse funding base. The Executive Director will serve as the face of the organization and must be comfortable with budgets and talking about funding. They will solicit individual donations, oversee a robust grassroots online campaign, and pursue potential funding from foundations and philanthropic organizations.   Building the GRR! Board The Executive Director will help identify strong and diverse candidates as GRR! expands the size of its board. The GRR! board is a governance board responsible for oversight of the organization, and these new voices will help GRR! succeed in its mission to advance health, reproductive rights and justice nationally.
Job ID
2021-1881
Company
Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights
Job Locations US-Remote
Posted Date 2 months ago(8/9/2021 1:17 PM)
The BUILD Initiative (buildinitiative.org) is a national effort that advances state work on behalf of young children (prenatal-five), their families, and communities. BUILD staff partner with early childhood state leaders focused on early learning, health, mental health and nutrition, child welfare, and family support and engagement to create the policies, infrastructure, and cross-sector connections necessary for quality and equity. BUILD provides consultation, planning, and tailored implementation assistance, learning opportunities, resources, and cross-state peer exchanges. These efforts help state leaders improve and expand access to quality and promote equitable outcomes for our youngest children. The BUILD team is virtual; team members are located across the country. The person filling this position will work from a home office. Team members have opportunities to attend in-person meetings but work primarily via phone and computer. BUILD is fiscally sponsored by TSNE (tsne.org), which provides financial and grants management, human resources, legal, and other supports.
Job ID
2021-1865
Company
BUILD Initiative
Job Locations US-CO-Boulder
Posted Date 2 months ago(8/6/2021 4:15 PM)
Thistle Communities, a 35-year-old real estate development and property management company specializing in affordable housing in Boulder, Colorado, is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer to expand the company’s solid footing and continue its successful growth in providing affordable housing in the greater Boulder County market.   Organization   Thistle Communities(Thistle) develops, manages and preserves quality, permanently affordable rental and ownership homes in Boulder, Colorado. Since its founding in 1985, Thistle has created over 1,000 affordable homes. With its valued partners, Thistle invests in properties to preserve and enhance over $45M in community assets. A private, mission-based non-profit organization and NeighborWorks America member, Thistle is part of the heart and soul of Boulder County.   With the belief that affordable housing is more than just a place to live, Thistle contributes to the diversity and inclusivity of communities by creating comfortable, quality homes in welcoming neighborhoods and supporting working and low-income families to live near where they work. Thistle listens to residents and practices empathetic management, and partners with service providers for the benefit of residents, staff and community. Thistle is in a unique position to create and preserve the quality and quantity of housing for working families and economically disadvantaged people.   Primary revenue generators for Thistle include: affordable housing rentals, financed primarily through Low Income Tax Credits (LIHTC); For Sale housing, delivering a non-subsidized mix of affordable and market for sale housing, and; third party property management operations. Thistle also operates two housing platforms, the Community Land Trust and Resident Owned Communities (ROC). Current key projects include: development of 70 for sale mixed income affordable housing condo units; expansion of the ROC Program and footprint; growing Thistle’s third party affordable management business; undergoing an internal asset evaluation of 150 maturing LIHTC units, and; renovation/re-leasing of 159 existing affordable multifamily units.   Thistle is managed by a diverse and competent leadership management team of five, including the CEO, and is charged with overseeing the daily activities of the organization and staff of 40 as well as actively participating in developing strategies and tactics for Thistle. With annual revenues of $10.5M and total assets of $108M, Thistle owns and manages 946 homes across a diverse portfolio of properties and is governed by a nine-member board comprised of members representing for profit, nonprofit, housing, development, real estate, and resident communities.     Opportunity   Recent years have seen continued growth, operational and financial strengthening at Thistle with the organization pivoting successfully to COVID-safe operations, at both the properties and the main office.  Through recent strategic and board planning activities, several themes have emerged as central to the shared vision of the Board and Leadership Team for Thistle’s continued evolution over the next 5-10 years.   Continued Growth - Pursuit of diverse real estate development activities, ownership and rental, ROC business, targeting a range of incomes - Expansion of property management; diversifying third-party clients Risk Management - Evaluation of new opportunities as they arise for mission and financial sustainability - Opportunities are evolving in an uncertain environment; Thistle needs to take care not to spread itself too thin in execution and financing Organizational Integration - Focus on synergies and efficiency between departments: development, management, ROC, in order to grow and to manage opportunities for mission and business goals
Job ID
2021-1874
Company
Thistle Communities
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 3 months ago(7/30/2021 9:52 AM)
TSNE (formerly Third Sector New England) (www.tsne.org) is a management support organization that partners every year with hundreds of nonprofits, foundations, community-based groups, and others working for social change. Our mission is to provide information and services to build the knowledge, power, and effectiveness of individuals, organizations, and groups that engage people in community and public life. The ultimate intention of our work is to create a more just and democratic society.   We assist a wide range of organizations in the social sector with a mix of management support and capacity building services in consulting, financial and grants management, business administration, human resources, compensation and benefits administration, professional development training and research in nonprofit fields of practice.   As a leading voice and capacity builder in the nonprofit sector, TSNE is committed to learning and building our practices and values around diversity, inclusion and equity, and working in a culturally proficient way with our staff and the organizations and communities we serve. We actively cultivate a work environment that values the experiences of individuals in an open-minded and collaborative atmosphere.
Job ID
2021-1823
Company
TSNE
Job Locations US-MI-Ann Arbor
Posted Date 3 months ago(7/23/2021 4:16 PM)
The Network for Public Health Law (networkforphl.org), with the support of its fiscal sponsor, TSNE (tsne.org), is a national organization providing leadership, legal technical assistance, and educational resources to help public health practitioners, attorneys, policymakers, researchers, advocates, and communities develop, implement, and enforce laws to solve public health challenges.
Job ID
2021-1862
Company
Network for Public Health Law