08 Nov 2017
The Philanthropy Workshop opens search for Chief Executive Officer
San Francisco, New York, and London (November 8, 2017)—The Philanthropy Workshop (TPW) is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer—a dynamic, innovative, and entrepreneurial leader who will bring a strong combination of business, strategy, and financial skills to the role. Most importantly, TPW's CEO will have a vision and passion for effective philanthropy and impact investing, and be able to successfully build upon the organization’s internationally-renowned reputation as a leader in the philanthropic field. The CEO must also be an effective ambassador for engaging and guiding high net worth individuals to support their philanthropic efforts to achieve meaningful change across a myriad of global issues.
For additional information, interested parties should contact Waldron.
Founded in 1995, TPW leverages the strengths of forward-thinking philanthropists, advisors, and its founding organizations, including the Rockefeller Foundation, Hewlett Foundation, and the Institute for Philanthropy, to bring educational programming, a diverse network, and a united position as one of the foremost influencers of strategic and innovative philanthropy in the global community.
With offices in San Francisco, New York, and London, TPW’s network of 450+ philanthropists is the largest of its kind and unique to the field of philanthropy. TPW members hail from 22 nations, with significant numbers from North America and the United Kingdom.
TPW's CEO will have the distinct privilege of leading an organization centered at one of the most unique leverage points in the philanthropic ecosystem.