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Founder and Executive Director

Along with the Founder, the ED will be responsible for creating and guiding the organization by helping to develop its mission, strategic goals, and all operational needs as well as developing programming and community relationships.

What are the roles and responsibilities of an executive director?

Also known as chief executive officers or executive managers, executive directors are tasked with creating business plans, overseeing day-to-day activities, improving performance, developing organizational culture, supervising heads of departments, reporting on revenue, and directing organizational strategy.

An executive director may have unique responsibilities depending on where they lead, but these 5 are essential no matter the organization.

  • Lead Board of Directors. ...

  • Organize and Manage Fundraising Efforts. ...

  • Align Employees With Company Goals and Objectives. ...

  • Assess and Manage Budgets. ...

  • Serve as a Mentor.

A Non-Profit Executive Director:

  • leads and manages a non-profit organization,

  • overseeing operations,

  • finances,

  • programs,

  • staff,

  • and volunteers.

They drive strategic planning, fundraising, and stakeholder relationships to achieve the organization's mission and goals.


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