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Job Locations US-MA-Framingham
Posted Date 1 week ago(11/28/2022 10:46 AM)
Executive Director Bethany Hill Place seeks a mission driven leader with a commitment to social justice to lead an organization dedicated to providing safe affordable housing and transformative educational and social programming.   WHY Bethany Hill Place? - The care and humanity exhibited at Bethany Hill Place are the milestones that change lives… - …I found peace, encouragement, and the time I needed to set goals, confront challenges. - The surprise was that I could benefit from living here…It saved my life. It could save someone else’s.                                              -Quotes from Bethany Hill Place Residents ORGANIZATION Bethany Hill Place is a living and learning community that combines affordable housing with educational opportunities for those in need within a climate of respect, inclusion, and acceptance. Residents are empowered to fully engage in, and transform their lives in a safe, supportive environment to develop skills, strengthen their lives, and build financially stable futures. As a community and as individuals living and working at Bethany Hill Place, the following values define and inspire the work:   - WELCOME - We strive to welcome and be kind to all. We show respect for individual differences and offer inclusion and support. - EDUCATION - We believe that growth and empowerment come through education. - SAFETY - We feel belonging, pride, and ownership for this community. - CHANGE - We learn from and teach each other. We set an example for the next generation. Bethany Hill Place is designed for individuals and families to build financial stability, increase parenting knowledge, support health and well-being, create social connectedness, and build youth social, academic, and leadership skills. With a history and commitment to racial and social justice, Bethany Hill Place has served over 1,000 individuals since opening its doors is 1994 and was awarded a 10 year ‘Sustaining Grant’ from the Cummings Foundation in 2019.   Bethany Hill Place is a mission driven non-sectarian 501c3 organization sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston (CSJ). Located in Framingham, MA, Bethany Hill Place ($1.3M) offers affordable housing (through 42 mixed-use units) to approximately 120 adults and children annually. The organization is led by an executive director who oversees a team of five members and 30 volunteers.  There is also a long-standing property management vendor who manages the facilities. Bethany Hill Place is governed by a separate 20-member Board of Trustees representing a cross section of the educational, business, and nonprofit sectors.
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Bethany Hill Place
Job Locations US-MA-Greenfield
Posted Date 3 weeks ago(11/16/2022 1:12 PM)
  Executive Director LifePath seeks a compassionate and innovative leader to champion the rights of people of all cultures, ages and abilities to find their path to living and aging with dignity and independence.  WHY LifePath? I love the people here who sincerely support each other in providing the best care possible to our consumers. I love our focused mission to grow in relation to equity and inclusion for all our employees and to those we serve.   LifePath… - Believes all people have a fundamental right to maintain their quality of life, dignity, and independence, as valued members of our communities. - Is an advocacy organization compelled to take social action to create just, fair, and equitable societies that value all individuals. - Staff love working here because they enjoy helping people have the best possible quality of life. LifePath is dedicated to the well-being of older adults, individuals with disabilities, and caregivers. Through person-centered service coordination, education and support, LifePath seeks to create integrated systems of care that are culturally responsive and informed by best practices. LifePath believes all people have a fundamental right to maintain their quality of life and aspires to support people of all cultures, ages and abilities to find their path to living and aging with dignity and independence.   Located in Franklin County in Greenfield, MA, LifePath is a $20.3M private, nonprofit corporation and is an Area Agency on Aging and Aging Service Access Point. LifePath is a mission driven organization led by an executive director, a senior management team of four, and a 14-member board of directors. Over 150 staff and 230 volunteers support the work. LifePath serves all of Franklin County and the North Quabbin area with other select programs and opportunities in other parts of the state.   For more information, please visit the LifePath website at   OPPORTUNITY The Executive Director provides the leadership of the organization and direction to promote independence, dignity and quality of life for individuals. The Executive Director leads the organization through programmatic, operational and financial oversight in accordance with the goals and values of the Board of Directors and organizational stakeholders. The Executive Director is responsible for building relationships and strengthening the LifePath mission within the community.   LifePath seeks a leader who has a keen eye on industry shifts, and a successful track record of building and scaling an organization and establishing a positive organizational culture. The ideal candidate has significant experience and expertise in high-level decision making, fostering relationships with key stakeholders, and building strong management teams. In addition to having experience in advancing diversity, equity and inclusion, the Executive Director has exceptional communication skills and financial acumen, and a passion for community engagement and development.   The next Executive Director will be an inspirational and prominent leader in the community, and will seek out and mobilize all available resources, business and community partnerships and funding opportunities to enhance LifePath’s objectives. Engaging with board members, staff, volunteers and stakeholders at all levels within the organization is key to the role of Executive Director.
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Job Locations US-CT-Windsor
Posted Date 4 months ago(8/22/2022 9:00 AM)
Friends of Keney Park (FOKP) is seeking a dynamic, hands-on, and consensus building leader as its inaugural Executive Director. The Executive Director will join a community-based organization supported by a passionate, committed, and resourceful board of directors with the opportunity to advance the work of the organization through programmatic development and collaborative partnerships.   Overview of the Organization   FOKP is an all-volunteer nonprofit 501(c)(3) community-based organization established in 1988 and is committed to the improvement, preservation, and development of Keney Park. FOKP’s mission is to preserve and improve Keney Park’s natural features; to encourage passive and active uses of the Park; to work for greater public and private support and to encourage community events and celebrations in the Park. Owned by the City of Hartford, Keney Park is slightly under 700 acres, making the Park one of the largest designed landscapes in the Unites States.   Keney Park offers a wide variety of recreational and athletic activities open to the general public including but not limited to: cricket, baseball, swimming, fishing, biking, running, etc. Most notably, FOKP has developed strong partnerships with park-based organizations like Ebony Horsewomen, Keney Park Sustainability Project, and the West Indian Cricket Leagues. For over 30 years, FOKP, in concert with its partners, has successfully advocated for more than $8 million dollars in federal, state, and local financial support. Recently, FOKP has been engaged by the City of Hartford to conduct more outdoor activities and special projects to meet the demand for outside health and wellness options due to COVID.  
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Friends of Keney Park
Job Locations US-MA-Boston
Posted Date 4 months ago(7/25/2022 1:29 PM)
Massachusetts Advocates for Children (MAC), a highly respected state leader in essential child advocacy and education reform, is seeking a mission driven, strategic and collaborative leader.  The next Executive Director of MAC will have the opportunity to join a dynamic organization with a creative, family-friendly culture and make a significant impact on the lives of some of the Commonwealth’s most vulnerable children and families.   The Organization   MAC’s mission is to remove barriers to educational and life opportunities for children and youth. MAC’s core values shape the work it does, from its internal policies and practices to its advocacy with children and families:  Equity, Inclusion, Racial Justice, Systemic Impact, Self-Advocacy, Independence and Accountability, Whole Child Approach, Collaboration.   In 1969, MAC founder Hubie Jones, started noticing some inequities in Boston schools. An increasing number of parents were being told that their children should not return to school. Hubie created the Task Force on Children Out of School and released a report revealing 10,000 or more children were systematically excluded from Boston’s public education system, warehoused in classrooms or placed in schools that provided inferior or custodial care. The report led to the nation’s first bilingual and first special education laws and to the creation of MAC.   MAC’s current strategic directions include the following:   - Protect and expand educational rights of all students with disabilities, particularly those with autism;    - Transform school cultures to be inclusive, safe and supportive, and trauma-sensitive for all students;  - Keep children in school and out of the “school-to-prison pipeline”;   - Advocate for the educational rights of immigrant and Latinx children with disabilities;  - Eliminate opportunity and achievement gaps by advocating for racial equity in education;  - Promote self-advocacy for families and youth;  - Expand inclusive pathways to higher education and employment for older youth with disabilities; - Address the educational challenges faced by children and youth with behavioral health needs and / or those impacted by traumatic experiences Through our Children’s Law Support Project, MAC operates a statewide Helpline and leads the Education Law Task Force. MAC’s major programs include: - Disability Education Justice Initiative - The Racial Equity and Access Project  - Advancing the Education Rights of Immigrant Children - Disrupting the School to Prison Pipeline MAC was launched in response to the widespread and systemic exclusion of disabled children and children of color from school and MAC remains committed to racial equity today.  Since 2016, MAC has been engaged in an organization-wide Racial Equity Initiative designed to make it better equipped to identify, name and respond to the effects of structural and other forms of racism in the Commonwealth’s educational systems. This has required an ongoing and deep transformation in the organization’s external programs and internal policies and practices, as well as in the composition of its board and staff leadership. Some concrete ways MAC uses a racial equity lens to guide its work include:  - Building a team that reflects the diversity of constituents and supporting a culture that reflects the values of equity, inclusion and belonging - Providing frequent learning opportunities focused directly on structural and institutional racism and racial bias - Strengthening relationships with partners working toward racial justice and organizations led by and primarily made up of people of color - Using disaggregated data to uncover and address racial disparities - Prioritizing client cases that address racial inequities - Advocating with and on behalf of students of color with equity and belonging as guiding principles The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent school closures required major changes in how MAC does its work, but the organization’s mission has remained unchanged. The organization has adopted a hybrid structure with staff able to work from its Boston-based office or virtually from home.    MAC has a diverse, 10-member board of directors and an impassioned, committed staff of 14 with a flexible culture that values and promotes creativity.  MAC is a financially solvent organization with an annual operating budget of approximately $1.6M.  
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Massachusetts Advocates for Children