The Executive Director of Leadership Prince William (LPW) will lead the organization in achieving its mission of developing and connecting community leaders to enrich Prince William County. He/she will provide leadership for a committed and energetic staff and support our high profile board of directors. The Executive Director will provide primary leadership for the ongoing management of the organization to ensure excellence in the curriculum-based programs, strategic planning, board development, and day-to-day operations, which includes staff development, financial leadership, and office management.
The Executive Director must be a passionate, visionary leader who can clearly articulate the vision of the organization and inspire others to engage. Along with the LPW Board of Directors, the Executive Director will serve as the external face of the LPW with the various constituency groups, including representatives from the government, nonprofit and corporate sectors. Salary range from $50,000 to 75,000 commensurate with experience and includes benefits.
The Executive Director will work in a collaborative team environment to hire, support and manage the LPW staff. He/she will maintain a professional work environment that fosters leadership, collegiality and professional growth.
Manage the Day-to-Day Work of the Organization: The Executive Director will be responsible for the operations of LPW, which includes the development of annual budgets, financial oversight, social media and communications activities and implementation of best practices, policies and procedures. He/she will oversee development, production and coordination of all LPW marketing activities to insure public awareness, partnership opportunities and client referrals.
Governance: The Executive Director will work in partnership with LPW's Board of Directors, Executive Board, committee chairs, and volunteers to design and implement strategic initiatives to further the mission of LPW. He/she must be adept at bringing a broad spectrum of individuals together to move the organization forward. He/she will work with the Nominating Committee to monitor the board and committee composition to ensure membership diversity, functional experience, and representation from government, nonprofit and corporate sectors. He/she will oversee yearly applicant recruiting plans, activities and final decisions for the Signature Class.
Bold visionary, strategic leader with strong commitment to Leadership Prince William's mission of developing community leaders and strengthening Prince William County by providing a forum for leadership excellence
Passionate, mission-driven individual with the ability to inspire others
Senior level experience with a demonstrated track record of success in profit or nonprofit management
Experience in curriculum-based programs, training or education
Experience in marketing
Proven ability to hire, develop, and motivate staff and volunteers
Outstanding relationship-builder with a track record of leveraging relationships to achieve results
Demonstrated success in fundraising, event production, business development, and corporate solicitations
Effective decision-maker committed to achieving strategic goals
Contagious enthusiasm, drive and energy
Strong oral, written, and presentation skills
Experience in donor cultivation
Previous experience working with nonprofit boards
Experience managing an organization with capabilities in operations, programs, and financial/budget management including day-to-day office oversight
Minimum of a Bachelor's degree