Executive Director - KIPP Delta

TalentED Advisors

About the organization

TalentED Advisors is a New York-based talent strategy and management firm which partners exclusively with non-profit organizations. We can help your nonprofit achieve its mission and make good on all the promises you made to the people you serve.

Duties

KIPP Delta seeks an Executive Director (ED) to drive the current strategic priorities of the region, as well as set the vision and direction for how the region evolves moving forward. Reporting to the Board of Directors and partnering closely with the senior leadership team, the ED will help ensure success for KIPP Delta students through establishing best-in-class instructional and operational programs. In addition to their internal leadership, the ED will serve as a true external ambassador, deepening existing external relationships and building new ones (e.g., community leaders, partner organizations, donors, education leaders, etc.). This unique role offers an unparalleled opportunity for impact and the chance to develop and grow within a powerful, national network. This is an ideal role for an exceptional manager, motivating leader, and strong external spokesperson, who has demonstrated breakthrough outcomes in a similarly mission-aligned organization or school setting.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate will also have a minimum of five years of experience in senior leadership positions within academic entrepreneurial organizations or teams as well as a bachelor’s degree with equivalent work experience, with a strong preference for K-12 experience.

Application instructions

Contact email: [email protected]

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