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Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director

The Organization

The Wikimedia Foundation operates the world’s most collaborative project (including Wikipedia) and welcomes anyone who shares their vision to join them in collecting and sharing knowledge that fully represents human diversity. Through a vast affiliate network of (140+) ​chapters, thematic organizations, and user groups, 280,000+ editors contribute monthly in over 300 languages​.

The Opportunity

Overseeing an operating budget of $100M+​ and partnering with a talented and passionate ​team of 500+​ (60% building tech and products) based in ​40 countries​, Wikimedia’s CEO must inspire thousands of stakeholders globally, promote and defend Wikipedia’s values in all interactions and marshal the talent and financial resources necessary to effectively support the growth and aspirations of global Wikipedia communities. In our challenging world, the CEO must show moral leadership and be a truly global citizen who galvanizes, is collaborative and embraces diversity and equity in all dimensions.

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Director

The Organization

Our client, a multi-generational family located in Asia, the US and Europe, with strong ties to the greater Houston area, seeks a Director to assist in building and delivering core services for its single-family office.

Core services for the family office initially include (1) a centralized information system, (2) G3 financial education program, (3) orchestration of family gatherings and events, (4) a family website and social media platform, and (5) archives for historical documents, artifacts and memorabilia.

The family office is based near Houston, Texas. The Director, in this newly-created role, should be available to attend on-site meetings and reside at the family compound during important family gatherings and events.

The Opportunity

The ideal Director candidate must be a strong, diplomatic communicator and ideally brings operations and project management experience gained within a family-driven environment (family office, company, or professional services business) requiring bespoke, high quality service delivery.

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Chief Operating Officer

The Organization

Fountain House is a national mental health nonprofit fighting to improve health, increase opportunity, and end social and economic isolation for people living with serious mental illness. Fountain House takes a public health approach, addressing both the health and social needs of their members in their Mental Health Clubhouses.

Fountain House currently operates with a $25M budget and anticipates annual double-digit growth for each of the next five years. Its new strategic growth plan is grounded in evidence-based models of direct, holistic community services, combined with public health, public policy, and political change.

The Opportunity

The COO will play a critical role in achieving this strategy. In close partnership with the CEO, the COO will drive investments in efficient and integrated systems to support the diverse mission delivery needs of Fountain House America (national network, policy/advocacy) and Fountain House New York (direct service programming). In addition to leading direct service programming, the COO will partner with strong functional leaders focused on: people, finance, technology, and legal/contracting/risk/compliance.

The ideal candidate must have a deep commitment to Fountain House’s mission, vision and goals, and be a collaborative builder of trust, culture and bridges. With outstanding leadership, hands-on management, communication, and relationship-building skills, the candidate must have a proven track record translating strategic plans into reality through thoughtful investments in people and systems in a complex (multi-unit/program), mission-driven organization.

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