Great Nonprofit Marketing Jobs

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ABQtodo Marketing & Operations Manager Albuquerque Community Foundation (Albuquerque, NM). Post YOUR nonprofit communications job here —nonprofits, grantmakers, B Corps, and vendors serving nonprofits. Account Executive Fenton (Los Angeles, CA). Associate Director, Marketing San Francisco Ballet (San Francisco, CA). Communications Associate Center for Health and Gender Equity (Washington, DC). Communications Coordinator St. Louis Crisis Nursery (St. Louis, MO).

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Imagine! Nonprofit Marketing Jobs

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Marketing Manager National Institute of Flamenco (Albuquerque, NM). Please post YOUR nonprofit marketing job here. Publications Manager Foundations for Healthy Generations (Seattle, WA). Public Affairs Manager Mother Jones (San Francisco, CA). Marketing, Communications & Events Strategist. Greater Columbus Arts Council (Columbus, OH). Marketing & Communications Manager Child Care Aware of America (Arlington, VA).

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Next? Nonprofit Communications Jobs

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Marketing and Operations Manager Albuquerque Community Foundation. Albuquerque, NM). Post YOUR nonprofit marketing job here: Featuring jobs with nonprofits, grantmakers, B Corps, and vendors serving nonprofits. Administrative Assistant, Communications Mott Foundation (Flint, MI). Communications Director UC Student Association (Oakland, CA). Communications & Fund Development Manager Yakima Humane Society (Yakima, WA).

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To-Die-For Nonprofit Communications Jobs

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Communications & Office Manager Supportive Housing Coalition of New Mexico (Albuquerque, NM). Please post YOUR nonprofit marketing job here. Associate Director, Development Communications. Michael J. Fox Foundation (New York, NY). Communications Associate Grantmakers for Education (Portland, OR). Communications & Community Outreach Specialist Historic Ford Estates (Grosse Point, MI). Communications & Development Coordinator League of Michigan Bicyclists (Lansing, MI).

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Grab-It Nonprofit Marketing Jobs

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Digital Strategist Forward Together (Oakland, CA; Albuquerque, NM; or virtual). Subscribers, we’re working on getting you the ability to opt-in or -out of these listings vs. other posts. Hold on! . Post YOUR comms job here —nonprofits, grantmakers, B Corps & vendors serving nonprofits. Chief Marketing and Communications Officer Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (Twin Cities, MN). Chief Marketing Officer Net Impact (San Francisco, CA).

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Selfish Giving

Marketing & Strategic Partnership Manager, United Way , Albuquerque 3. Last week I gave you five great costume ideas for Halloween. I also challenged you to share your own costume idea for cause marketers. I got a bunch of suggestions and have declared two winners!

Change It Up? Nonprofit Communications Jobs

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Foundation Marketing and Communications Associate American Society of Radiologic Technologists (Albuquerque, NM). Please post YOUR nonprofit marketing job here: Nonprofit organizations, grantmakers, agencies and other vendors serving nonprofits and B Corps. Associate Director Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood (Boston, MA). Assistant Communications Manager Montefiore (Bronx, NY). Assistant Director, Marketing & Communications Arnold P. Gold Foundation. Englewood Cliffs, NJ).

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The Board's Role in Supervising the Executive

The Nonprofit Consultant

Jenny - Albuquerque, NM Jenny brings up a common problem; boards that don't properly carry out their duty as the Executive's supervisor. I get lots of interesting questions by email, and I try to answer as many as I am qualified to give an opinion on. In this case, the sender is looking for your opinions, as well as my own: Hi, Ken. I have a question for you and your readers. I am wondering about the duty line between Boards and an Executive Director of a non-profit.