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Anti-Defamation League - Regional Coordinator (04/2021)
Brookwood Financial Partners, LLC - Sales Assistant, Institutional Sales & Marketing (05/2021)
Massachusetts IOLTA (Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts) Committee - Executive Director (06/2021)
Shriners Hospitals for Children - 
Development Officer
Uniguest - Billing and Collections Manager (03/2021)
Yale University - Corporate Strategy Officer ()6/2021)

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Anti-Defamation League - Regional Coordinator

POSITION TITLE: Regional Coordinator
REPORTS TO: Divisional VP/Regional Director
SUPERVISION EXERCISED: May serve as Supervisor for interns, serve as liaison between administrative and managerial staff as needed, and provide training on processes and software.

ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION: ADL (Anti-Defamation League) is the leading anti-hate organization in the world. Founded in 1913 in response to an escalating climate of antisemitism and bigotry, its essential mission hasn’t changed in more than 100 years: to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all. Today, ADL continues to fight all forms of hate with the same vigor and passion. ADL is the first call when acts of antisemitism occur. A global leader in exposing extremism, delivering anti-bias education, and fighting hate online, ADL’s ultimate goal is a world in which no group or individual suffers from bias, discrimination or hate.

ADL’s CEO and National Director, Jonathan Greenblatt—an accomplished leader and entrepreneur in the corporate, public, and nonprofit sectors—was recruited to the organization in July 2015. He has injected new energy and brought a bold vision to the agency. Under Jonathan’s leadership, ADL is transforming itself, upgrading its capabilities, leveraging innovation, building partnerships, and pioneering new horizons.

PRIMARY FUNCTION:To provide a broad range of administrative and project management support to the regional office staff, programs and fundraising activities.

Primary: Provide high level support to Regional Office, including program and event support, database management, administrative processing, scheduling and communications. Working with various members of the regional team, coordinate the timely processing of check requests, contracts, donation transmittals and other administrative needs. Provide support in creating and posting digital media content, including but not limited to: Regional social media accounts, web pages, e-newsletters, and other platforms as needed.  Coordinate and provide project management support for events, including registration management and on-site assistance. Provide technological support for events as needed. Maintain Regional databases and contact lists to ensure that they are up to date and accurate. Assist with maintenance and accuracy of Regional information in National databases (Enterprise etc.)  Schedule and provide support for ongoing meetings, including Regional Board Meetings and committee meetings. May serve as a liaison between the Regional Office and the National Office on matters of technology and administrative systems. Track and order office supplies, process invoices and serve as primary interface with vendors. 

Secondary:  Collaborate with Regional Office Staff to provide support for special events and projects as needed. May serve as a point of communication for external contacts and stakeholders. Identify and recommend venues and companies to serve regional office needs. 

Strong computer skills (including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint), analytical and interpersonal skills.
Demonstrated ability to prioritize and multi-task to complete projects on deadline.
Exceptional attention to detail.
Familiarity with social media best practices and platforms including Twitter and Facebook.
Strong customer service and communication skills.
Strong team player.

Work Experience:
Two to four years’ experience, with a minimum of one year experience providing administrative support in a fast-paced office environment required.

Bachelor’s degree in required.
Course work in Communications, Business Administration, or related fields is preferred.

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Brookwood Financial Partners, LLC (“Brookwood”), through its subsidiary Brookwood Securities Partners, LLC, is seeking a Sales Assistant to support investor relations and client development, working directly for the Director of Institutional Sales, Marketing and Investor Relations.  Brookwood is a private equity firm founded in 1993 that has acquired and managed over $2 billion of commercial real estate and private company securities across the United States. Brookwood clients are comprised of high-net-worth individuals as well as institutional clients. The position will be based at Brookwood’s Beverly, MA headquarters.

Position Responsibilities:

• Identifying, qualifying and soliciting prospective clients;
• Developing referral business from existing clients;
• Providing marketing coordination and sales support;
• Proactively supporting client service activity; and
• Coordinating onboarding of new investors, including subscription document review, to ensure that all documents are complete, and that Brookwood receives the information needed to be fully compliant with all respective SEC and FINRA regulations.


• The ideal candidate will hold FINRA Series 7 and 63 licenses (this is not a requirement), have experience dealing with financial investments and have proven success in a sales position;
• Ambitious individual who is a quick study and a team player;
• Ability to work independently with existing clients as well as prospects to achieve sales goals;
• Strong telephone, presentation and communication skills are essential, as are exceptional writing, Excel and PowerPoint skills; and
• Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail are required.


For more information, contact Karen Duffy, [email protected]


The Massachusetts IOLTA (Interest on Lawyers Trust Accounts) Committee is seeking a new executive director. This is an exciting opportunity to positively affect the Massachusetts legal community, civil legal aid programs and access to justice, by assisting in the maintenance and distribution of IOLTA funds to charitable organizations, via the Committee's three partner organizations, the Massachusetts Legal Assistance Corporation, the Massachusetts Bar Foundation and the Boston Bar Foundation.

The Massachusetts IOLTA Committee has supported legal aid in the Commonwealth since 1989. The executive director will work with stakeholders in the legal community, financial institutions and attorneys, to drive the continued success of the program. The position reports to the Massachusetts IOLTA Committee. A competitive benefits package is available.

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Shriners Hospitals for Children • Boston, MA - Development Officer is seeking a Development Officer (DO) to provide comprehensive guidance and overall strategy to grow the organization’s donor base and increase revenue to help expand its mission and programs. Reporting to the Hospital Administrator, the DO is a key strategic advisor and partner to the organization’s leaders and Board of Governors. S/he is responsible for overseeing innovation and best practices in all aspects of our five major development streams: the Shrine organizations, foundations, corporations, individuals, and government agencies. In collaboration with the Shriners Hospitals for Children development team, the DO will design and implement a comprehensive strategy to grow revenue across all of these streams and to sustainably reach our annual revenue goals.

Skills and Experience: Record of accomplishment of leading, managing, and integrating an ambitious, forward-thinking development program across multiple revenue streams. Extensive individual giving experience, including a sophisticated understanding of how to build an individual major donor pipeline. Outstanding major gift fundraising record in a complex non-profit environment, with a demonstrated ability to secure five- and six-figure gifts and to increase giving levels and revenue. Experience working with foundation and corporate partners, including identifying prospects, cultivating and stewarding relationships, and overseeing the development of proposals.

Strategy and Direction: Design and implement a multi-year development plan that establishes short- and long-term growth goals aligned with the hospital’s vision and strategic direction.  Evaluate and assess giving trends and changes in the external environment to strategically position the organization at the forefront of development initiatives, appraising the Board and senior leadership of growth opportunities. Oversee the identification and pursuit of development strategies that increase charitable revenue from all of the organization’s major funding streams. Oversee and manage donor analytics and funding databases. Collaborate with department directors to fully leverage development opportunities, initiatives, and messaging.  Manage dashboard of revenue-related performance measures that monitor results and demonstrate change over time through year-to-year comparisons.

Board and Staff Engagement: Serve as the main point of contact in development matters with the Board of Governors, providing regular reports on initiatives and presenting the overall financial standing of the organization as it relates to development goals. Collaborate with the Board’s Development Committee Chair to facilitate the Committee’s work, providing strategic guidance on development initiatives.  Effectively leverage the Administrator in the cultivation of relationships with major donor prospects.  Provide confident relationship management for the hospital’s highest-level donors and volunteers.  Secure and steward large gifts from foundations, corporations, and individual donors.  Serve as a reliable and compelling external spokesperson for the organization with donors from all giving constituencies, increasing visibility with key audiences. Identify and develop key external partnerships to facilitate increased revenue and support for new programmatic initiatives.  In collaboration with the Marketing and Communications Department, ensure the Development Department is strategically positioned to maximize program successes for branding and outreach opportunities. Design and manage all internal and external development messaging, including grant proposals and reports, donor engagement material, marketing collateral, and board reports, ensuring high-quality output.  Oversee all compliance activities for external funding, including terms and conditions of grants, maintaining a high level of accountability and responsiveness to donors.

Team Building and Management:Provide overall leadership and management for a 3-person development team.  Build strong levels of ownership for development initiatives among staff, fostering increased accountability and initiative. Identify and address development shortcomings, ensuring organizational sustainability through improved practices and accurate in-depth analytics. Design and maintain annual departmental budget and oversee donor funds, coordinating with the Finance and Accounting Department to ensure consistency and reconcile discrepancies.

Requirements/Background: At least 7-10 years of progressively responsible development and/or event planning experience, with at least 5 years in a leadership role.  Bachelor’s degree required, or equivalent combination of education and/or experience.

We offer a comprehensive benefit package including a 403b savings retirement plan with a match!  Subsidized public transportation, free vision, free gym and more! Please email your resume in a word document to [email protected], or fax to 617-371-4939.  


Uniguest – Billing & Collections Manager The Billing & Collections Manager is an integral member of the Controller’s group. The Billing & Collections Manager owns the Order to Cash process, partnering with sales, sales operations/customer success, accounting, operations and senior business leaders to deliver exceptional cash management and business processes. The Billing and Collections Manager leads a Nashville based team responsible for all credit, billing and collections activities at Uniguest. 

• Manages credit and collection process including new customer setup, new customer credit evaluation, invoicing, accounts receivable collections, returns processing, posting of cash receipts, and ongoing customer credit evaluations.
• Provides accurate and timely reporting to meet internal and external reporting requirements.
• Leads, motivates and develops talent by goal setting, coaching, training and evaluating performance.
• Communicates effectively and maintains a professional relationship with external and internal customers.
• Champions continuous improvement initiatives and drives business processes improvements.
• Manages external and internal auditor relationships to facilitate completion of audit procedures in a timely and efficient manner.
• Other duties as assigned.

• Minimum 15 years of experience and at least 5 years of managerial experience in credit and collections.
• Leadership of a team of at least 10 team members required.
• Strong foundation in all aspects of the order to cash process at a SaaS company with expertise in establishing and maintaining credit, billing, A/R management and collections processes and procedures.
• Commitment and enthusiasm for building a strong team, including coaching and developing team members required.
• Bachelor’s degree required.
• Strong Computer literacy in Microsoft office applications and working knowledge of any major ERP system is required.
• Must have excellent proven problem-solving skills.
• Must be able to function effectively in a high paced, high demand environment
• Commitment to excellent customer service with excellent written and verbal communication abilities.
• Experience with Salesforce CRM and an ERP implementation a plus.

For more information, contact Joan Stone, CFO, Uniguest, mobile (978) 335-0104, email [email protected]


Yale University
seeks a Corporate Strategy Officer to manage and lead a portfolio of corporate partners with the intent of building strategic mutually beneficial relationships with Yale and exploring potential collaboration and support for the university. The Officer will ensure that corporate approaches, from identification to cultivation to solicitation to negotiation through stewardship, are highly strategic and coordinated. The corporate strategy officer meets regularly with department chairs, research group leaders, and program leaders to stay informed of current institutional priorities. The ideal candidate will have a deep understanding of research in academic and/or industry settings and deep knowledge of technology transfer or a tech industry-related field.

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