Reporting directly to the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee, the Executive Director (ED) will be responsible for executing CFABS’s mission while establishing and implementing the organization’s strategic vision. With the assistance of the senior staff leadership, the ED will clearly define and lead the execution of CFABS’s expectations and goals in several areas, including fundraising, finance, community building, artistic and educational programming, and high-level administrative functions. The ED will serve as the senior administrative officer, reporting to the board, and public face of the organization, guiding both internal and external stakeholders toward a shared vision for CFABS. The ED will lead, mentor, and guide an exceptional staff focused on achieving outcomes tied to the Centers’ mission, vision, and goals.
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