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Executive Director

The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Foundation has retained Sterling Martin Associates to find its next Executive Director.

The SHRM Foundation is a 501(c)(3) wholly-owned subsidiary of the Society for Human Resource Management.  The Foundation is SHRM’s philanthropic organization, and it raises funds through donations and sponsorships to champion workforce and workplace transformation by providing philanthropic interventions that are research-based HR solutions for challenging issues facing current and potential employees. The SHRM Foundation also provides scholarships to educate and develop HR professionals to make change happen, and it allows for opportunities for HR professionals to make a difference in their local communities.  The SHRM Foundation literally changes the lives of our HR professionals.

Current Foundation initiatives include: (1) addressing issues facing an aging workforce; (2) engaging and integrating military veterans; (3) building an inclusive culture; (4) preparing for future trends; and (5) building on resources from past initiatives.

The SHRM Foundation is governed by an 11-member volunteer Board of Directors whose members come from the HR profession, including academics, practitioners and representatives from SHRM.  To fund its programs, the SHRM Foundation conducts an annual fundraising campaign and is also supported by grants from foundations and from SHRM itself.  For more information, please visit www.shrm.org/foundation.

Executive Director

The Executive Director of the SHRM Foundation leads, manages, and spearheads strategy for the Foundation. This position reports to SHRM’s Global Chief Human Resource and Strategy Officer.   The Executive Director manages a team of six professionals and oversees a $3M annual budget. The Executive Director also supports the Board of Directors and other standing committees and oversees Board governance, and works closely with the Chair of the SHRM Foundation.   As a member of SHRM’s Vice President’s Council, the Executive Director also participates in SHRM planning and operations and serves as liaison between SHRM and Foundation.

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Executive Director

The Texas Association for the Gifted & Talented (TAGT) has retained Sterling Martin Associates to search for TAGT’s next Executive Director.

Chartered in 1978, TAGT connects and empowers educators and parents to meet the unique needs of gifted and talented students from every cultural background in Texas. TAGT provides more than 3,000 members – primarily educators and parents – a forum for exchanging ideas and information about the education of gifted and talented students. TAGT is a 501(c)(3) primarily individual membership association that meets its mission through awareness, advocacy, and action.

Located in Austin, TX, TAGT is governed by a 12-member Board of Directors, comprised of individuals who work with gifted and talented students, primarily in an educational role – classroom teachers or district/campus-level administrators. TAGT’s professional staff consists of six full-time and five contracted employees. The current annual operating budget is in the $1.17M range.

For more information about TAGT, please visit www.txgifted.org.

Executive Director

Broadly defined, the Executive Director (ED) provides leadership and direction for all TAGT activities, including but not limited to setting and guiding the vision and mission; long short-range strategic planning and implementation; promoting strong leadership among all constituents by serving TAGT’s membership and serving as primary liaison among the membership, the Board of Directors, and the TAGT staff. The ED also exercises financial oversight and fiduciary responsibility for the organization; ensures the long-term success of the organization by minimizing risks related to legal, regulatory, and other liabilities; develops organizational policies, procedures, programs, compensation plans, benefits; and handles other broad organizational initiatives.

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President

The International Safety Equipment Association (ISEA) has retained Sterling Martin Associates to search for its next President. The position is located in Arlington, VA.

ISEA is the leading association for personal protective equipment and technologies that enable people to work in hazardous environments and is an ANSI-accredited organization that develops and promotes standards. ISEA works closely with manufacturers, test labs, subject matter experts, end-users, and government agencies in the standards development process. ISEA members – leaders in safety equipment manufacturing, testing and application – are united in the goal of protecting workers worldwide. Manufacturing member companies include such familiar names as 3M, DuPont, and Honeywell, among many others. Distributor and associate companies include Airgas Safety, UL (Underwriters Laboratories), and WW Grainger, among others.

ISEA is a 501(c)(6) trade association. Its member companies are primarily manufacturers (~66); distributors, suppliers, and test labs are associate members (~17).  The association was established in 1933, and since 1974 has been headquartered in the Rosslyn section of Arlington, Virginia, directly across the Potomac River from Washington, DC.

ISEA is the secretariat for some of the most important product standards in the industry and participates in standardization activities of other private and government organizations.  It is the voice of the industry before Congress and regulatory agencies, and a source of information on government issues and activities. It provides a forum for knowledge access and exchange through market intelligence programs, meetings and conferences, media and liaison with other associations and professional societies.  It is the sponsor of a successful training course for industry sales and marketing personnel and is expanding its training and workforce programs and activities.

ISEA is organized by product groups, giving companies the opportunity to focus on their particular products while sharing the benefits of Association-wide programs.  Member committees guide government relations, marketing, education, and standards policy and activities.

Overall Association policy and direction are set by a nine-member Board of Trustees who are elected by the entire membership and serve staggered three-year terms. The budget is in the $1.6M range, and six staff members guide ISEA’s daily operations. For more information, please visit www.safetyequipment.org.

The President serves as the chief staff executive of ISEA, responsible to the Board of Trustees and the Executive Committee for the effective conduct of the Association, providing leadership and overall direction of the organization.  The President is responsible for the management of all technical, financial, and personnel measures, resource development, and strategic planning.  The President establishes and recommends Association goals, objectives, and related policies to the Board of Trustees. Within that framework, the President plans, organizes, coordinates, controls and directs the staff, programs, and activities of the Association in compliance with all pertinent laws and regulations, Bylaws, policies, and procedures.  The President is the primary face of the organization and is responsible for developing relationships and raising support for the Association.

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Chief Growth Officer

Easter Seals Serving DC | MD | VA (ESDCMDVA) has retained Sterling Martin Associates to search for its Chief Growth Officer (CGO). This is a new position that will be located at ESDCMDVA’s headquarters in Silver Spring, MD just outside of Washington, DC. The Chief Growth Officer (CGO) will serve as a key member of the executive leadership team and will be responsible for engaging external constituencies to grow services in support of ESDCMDVA’s mission.  This will include building relationships with funders and partners, especially with governments and corporations, as well as with other organizations.

Since 1919, Easter Seals has been serving the nation’s communities by providing help, hope, and answers for those who are challenged by physical, mental, or emotional health issues. The organization was founded after Ohio businessman Edgar Allen lost his son in a streetcar accident. The lack of adequate medical services available to save his son prompted Allen to sell his business and begin a fundraising campaign to build a hospital in his hometown of Elyria, Ohio. Through this new hospital, Allen was surprised to learn that children with disabilities were often hidden from public view. Inspired by this discovery, in 1919 Allen founded what was then known as the National Society for Crippled Children, the first organization of its kind. In 1934 the organization began using Easter “seals” as a fundraising campaign; the seals grew so popular that in 1967 the organization formally adopted the name Easter Seals.  Easter Seals is non-sectarian and serves all people in the community.  Easter Seals provides services through a network of affiliates that are organized to meet the needs of the local community.

Easter Seals Serving DC|MD|VA is the affiliate serving Washington DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia.  ESDCMDVA delivers exceptional services through a network of six sites and in-home care, and the organization provides Adult Medical Day Care, Early Child Development and Education, Therapy, Respite, and Workforce Development services where participants and their families find support, hope, medical care, and enjoyable activities.  In addition to serving the overall community, ESDCMDVA’s programs place a special emphasis on the special needs of wounded warriors, veterans, and active duty military and their families.  ESDCMDVA is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a 24-member local Board of Directors that is focused on solving critical issues in our community so that all our neighbors thrive. ESDCMDVA’s budget will be approximately $20 million for the fiscal year.

ESDCMDVA’s unique and dedicated staff of over 200 professionals includes specialists in education, therapy, senior services, social work, coaching, assistive technology, nursing, and related professions.  In addition, as a part of the Easter Seals, Inc. international network, ESDCMDVA is able to draw on the resources of almost 25,000 professionals to ensure they remain at the cutting edge of service delivery. All ESDCMDVA staff share a set of Core Values which are an integral component to the success of the organization. Please visit www.eseal.org for more information.

For the Chief Growth Officer, success will be measured based on increased revenue from programs and public support as well as increased number of clients served and greater impact on clients and their families. Such measures include: (1) new funded programs created/increases in funding for current programs; (2) census growth in existing programs and measurable improvement in outcomes; (3) increased placements in the Veteran Staffing Network; and (4) increased public support revenue.

The CGO will report directly to the CEO.  The CGO’s direct reports will include the Vice President of Development & Marketing and the Senior Vice President of Innovation & Program Development.  The CGO will also partner closely with other members of the leadership team, including the leaders of ESDCMDVA’s programs and the CFO as well as the Board of Directors.

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Executive Director

The Pennsylvania Apartment Association East (PAA East) has retained Sterling Martin Associates to search for its next Executive Director. The position is located in Bala Cynwyd, a suburb of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

PAA East is a 501(c)(6) nonprofit organization that represents multi-family developers, owners, and managers in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties. PAA East serves the multi-family housing industry by providing a forum to utilize and share the collective strengths of its members in order to provide educational, public relations, and government affairs related services that enhance the opportunity for quality rental housing. PAA East develops and promotes active participation by exchanging ideas via networking events. PAA East ranks in the top 20 largest apartment associations in the country and is one of three apartment associations in Pennsylvania. PAA East is also a proud member of the National Apartment Association.

PAA East has an operating budget of approximately $1.6 million. Revenue is derived primarily from program services, events and contributions. Seven professional staff members, including the Executive Director, serve the organization from its Bala Cynwyd headquarters near Philadelphia. PAA East is governed by a 27-member Board of Directors, including five directors who serve as the Executive Committee. The organization includes eight standing committees which guide PAA East’s activities. For more information, please visit www.paa-east.com.

Under the broad direction of the Board of Directors, the Executive Director is the chief staff officer who has overall responsibility for the management of the Association. The Executive Director recommends and participates in the formulation of new policies and makes decisions within existing policies as they have been approved by the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors. The Executive Director plans, organizes, directs, and coordinates the staff, programs, and activities of the Association to ensure that objectives are attained, plans fulfilled, and member needs met. The Executive Director maintains effective internal and external relationships. Through management and leadership, the Executive Director achieves economical, productive performance, future programming, and constructive growth of the Association.

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Executive Director

 

The Pennsylvania Apartment Association Central (PAA Central) has retained Sterling Martin Associates to search for its next Executive Director. The position is located in Middletown, a suburb of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Established in 2000, PAA Central is a 501(c)(6) trade association that represents the apartment and rental housing industry in 37 Central Pennsylvania counties. With a mission to Educate, Advocate, Communicate, and Empower, PAA Central serves the multi-family housing industry by providing a forum to utilize and share the collective strengths of its members in order to provide educational, public relations, and government affairs related services that enhance the opportunity for quality rental housing. PAA Central develops and promotes active participation by exchanging ideas via networking events.

PAA Central is a proud member of the National Apartment Association (NAA), and membership in PAA Central includes automatic membership in NAA.

PAA Central has an operating budget of approximately $500,000. Revenue is derived primarily from program services, events and contributions. The organization is governed by a 15-member Board of Directors, including five directors who serve as officers and who make up the Executive Committee. The organization includes seven standing committees which guide PAA Central’s activities. For more information, please visit www.paa-central.com.

Executive Director

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director of PAA Central is the chief staff executive who has overall responsibility for the management of the Association. The Executive Director recommends and participates in the broad formulation of the Association’s mission, goals, objectives, and related policies and makes decisions within existing policies as they have been approved by the Executive Committee and the Board of Directors. Within that framework, the Executive Director directs staff and assists with programs, committees, and activities of the Association. The Executive Director maintains effective internal and external relationships. Through management and leadership, the Executive Director achieves economical, productive performance, future programming, and constructive growth of the Association.

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Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts (ASM) has retained Sterling Martin Associates to search for its next Executive Director/CEO. ASM is located in Boston, MA.

Founded in 1950, ASM is a 501(c)(6) trade Association comprising over 350 subcontractors and related industry partners in Massachusetts and bordering states. ASM is the state’s only organization that focuses exclusively on subcontractor interests, as well as the only one that represents companies in all of the specialty trades, from site work and steel erection, to HVAC and electrical, to windows, floors and finishes. ASM represents both union and non-union firms, and members range in size from the smallest start-up firms to the largest specialty contractors in the region. For over 65 years, ASM has worked to promote a fair business climate and help subcontractors succeed in a complex and changing industry.

The mission of ASM is to protect the interests of subcontractors and promote professionalism in construction, through education, communication and advocacy.  While best known for strong advocacy and legislative success, ASM also provides a wide range of member benefits and services to support the business success of our members, including educational programs, networking events, legal hotline, newsletters, magazine, commercial insurance program and other business resources.

ASM operates with an annual budget of nearly $1 million, enjoys a strong financial position and is looking to take the organization to the next level. The Association is governed by a 23-member Board of Directors and currently has a three-person staff including the Executive Director/CEO. ASM’s offices are located in downtown Boston just a short distance from the Massachusetts State House. In addition, ASM has a long-standing relationship with a law firm that serves as Counsel, and engages the services of a lobbying firm to support its advocacy program.

ASM seeks an Executive Director/CEO who can lead the Association and build on its proud legacy in new and creative ways – an Executive Director/CEO who will be motivated to explore innovative approaches and pursue continuous improvement for the organization. ASM seeks a dynamic and visionary individual to lead the Association in building upon its history of success in representing commercial construction subcontractors in the Commonwealth. As ASM has significant growth potential, the organization is seeking a strategic thinker with an entrepreneurial spirit who wants to lead a growing, successful organization.

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