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  • November 28, 2022 12:40 PM | Anonymous

    OBH is pleased to announce a job posting for a Coordinator for upcoming development and implementation of the Early Childhood Supports and Services (ECSS) program. 

    Key responsibilities of this position include supporting the implementation, ongoing operations and evaluation of a newly developed and highly complex statewide program requiring coordination between management entities, multiple LDH program offices, external child-serving state agencies, providers of treatment, case management, and social services for children and families across the state, and other stakeholder groups. Candidates with experience in all aspects of project management from conception to implementation are preferred.  Familiarity with grant writing, request for proposal development and management, contract development, monitoring, and invoice review and approval is also desired.

    Applicants interested in the position may apply HERE

    The following information is noted in the LA Careers listing:  

    Job Title: Program Manager 1-A-DHH                               

    Location: Office of Behavioral Health | Behavioral Health Clinical/Community Programs | East Baton Rouge

    Announcement Number for this posting:  OBH/DRT/166979

    Closing Date/Time of the Announcement:   Wednesday, December 7, 2022; @ 11:59 PM Central Time


  • November 28, 2022 11:31 AM | Anonymous

    The Director of Development will be primarily responsible for day-to-day management of all fundraising activities including public relations, volunteers, in-kind gifts, hands-on implementation and conclusion of the fundraising plans and initiatives of Providence House. Reporting directly to the Executive Director, the Director of Development will help implement and execute a fundraising strategy designed to support the organization’s future goals. This individual will be responsible for the cultivation of donors and preparing for the “ask”. The Director of Development will provide staff support for board-driven fundraising special events and board members as they solicit gifts and potential donors. Additionally, they will oversee all fundraising administrative considerations and ensure the accuracy, as well as timeliness, of all prospects, donor, and volunteer communications, lists/reports.

    Essential Duties include but are not limited to:

    · Manage all aspects of the fundraising program to gain revenue necessary to support the program annually
    · Manage the performance of fundraising staff
    · Develop concept, write, and design solicitation materials; oversee print and electronic production (working with staff)
    · Cultivate donors and relationships
    · Develop and implement donor acknowledgement system
    · Conduct campaign tracking and reporting to Executive Director
    · Maintain department budget for fundraising activities, events, and materials
    · Invite individuals/groups to weekly community luncheons
    · Oversee large donor lists and letters (working with other staff)
    · Assist with donor events, thank you letters, lunch invites, follow-up phone calls, etc.
    · Preparation of electronic presentations as needed (working with other staff)
    · Work with Executive Director on board development activities
    · Provide any information needed to assist Board members in fulfilling their commitment to their assigned committees and to Providence House Board and raising of funds


    · Five years minimum successful line fundraising experience in a comparable non-profit fundraising environment; Advanced degree preferred; Successful major individual giving/planned giving experience may be acceptable in lieu of degree
    · Proven track record in cultivating and developing prospective donors
    · Excellent oral and written communications skills, as well as strong social media skills
    · Highly motivated and able to work independently
    · Maintain high moral standards
    · Strong leadership and management skills
    · Self-confident, flexible, adaptable, and able to work collaboratively with a variety of volunteer leaders and staff
    · Superb relationship builder
    · CFRE designation a plus but not required
    · Ability to understand and work within a variety of fundraising software and database functions
    · Criminal records clearance required prior to employment
    · Valid Louisiana Driver’s License
    · Have and maintain a good driving safety record
    · A high- level working performance in MS Office applications Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point, database management, and knowledge in innovative graphic applications, etc.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: $70,000.00 per year


    · 401(k)
    · Dental insurance
    · Employee assistance program
    · Health insurance
    · Life insurance
    · Paid time off
    · Retirement plan


    · 8-hour shift
    · Monday to Friday

    Ability to commute/relocate:

    · Shreveport, LA: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (required)

  • November 02, 2022 3:43 PM | Anonymous

    Position Summary 

    The bookkeeper position creates financial transactions and creates financial reports from that information. The creation of financial transactions includes posting information to accounting journals or accounting software from such source documents as invoices to customers, cash receipts, and supplier invoices. The bookkeeper also reconciles accounts to ensure their accuracy.

    Essential functions

    • Pay supplier invoices in a timely manner.
    • Take all reasonable discounts on supplier invoices.
    • Pay any debt as it comes due for payment.
    • Issue invoices to customers.
    • Ensures that receivables are collected promptly.
    • Conducts periodic reconciliations of all accounts to ensure their accuracy.
    • Assembles information for external auditors for the annual audit.
    • Processes basic accounting journal entries.
    • Maintains an orderly accounting filing system.
    • Maintains the chart of accounts.
    • Maintains the annual budget.
    • Participates in alumni events as assigned.
    • Complies with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements.
    • Provides clerical and administrative support to management as requested.
    • Records all manual donation information into the Advance system correctly.
    • Records all online donation information into the Advance system correctly.
    • Coordinates all corporate matching gift processes.
    • Performs other duties and tasks as may be assigned from time to time by the Supervisor.

    Minimum Qualifications 

    Associate's degree in accounting or business administration, or 5+ years of equivalent business experience 

     Knowledge of bookkeeping and generally accepted accounting principles.

     Working knowledge of Sage 100 accounting software package preferred.

    Proficient in Microsoft Office; advanced knowledge of Excel and Word.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    ·         Attention to detail with exceptional level of accuracy.

    ·         Ability to identify errors and solve problems.

    ·         Ability to interpret data; ability to understand, follow directions and complex policies and procedures.

    ·         Strong interpersonal skills; ability to work on a team and assist in a team effort.

    Interested applicants may apply by following this link.
  • November 01, 2022 12:54 PM | Anonymous

    Position Summary


    • Develop, integrate, and implement short, intermediate, and long-term individual major gifts and major gift donor strategies in collaboration with the VP of Advancement.
    • Create strategic funding requests based on short, intermediate, and long-term funding goals of the Association for high-net-worth individuals.
    • Act as primary relationship manager for individual and private foundation prospects to reach or exceed annual funding goals.
    • Play lead role in soliciting and closing major gifts.
    • Manage relationship process for individual major gift donors including prospect solicitation and briefings.
    • Cultivate and expand current giving by planned gift donors and integrate planned gift objectives into major individual donor requests in collaboration with VP of Advancement, and other Association leadership as necessary.


    • Plan and implement funding campaigns, events, and activities (volunteer experiences, tours, receptions, etc.) for individual major gift donors using existing activities as appropriate.
    • Execute major gift materials, including briefing memos, proposals, and stewardship materials.


    • Track and report relationship management activity using constituent relationship management system including identification, qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of prospective and current individual major donors.
    • Provide weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual activity to supervisor and CEO.
    • Assist with review and verification of major gift donor recognition lists.
    • Participate in regular LSUAA staff and organization-wide meetings and activities.

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Increased work hours can be expected September-November and April-May.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    • Demonstrated ability to build and maintain relationships with donors
    • Flexible, creative, and demonstrated capacity to think innovatively to communicate the organization’s programs and new initiatives
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office and technical abilities to work in advancement software
    • Excellent oral/written communication skills, including well-developed presentation skills.
    • Willingness to work closely with advancement and alumni engagement teams.
    • Excellent ability to multi-task, prioritize and plan in a fast-paced environment.

    Physical Demands and Work Environment

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the functions. While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to use hands or fingers, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision, distance vision, and the ability to adjust focus. The noise level in the work environment is usually low to moderate. Travel may be required.

    Interested applicants may apply by following this link or by visiting www.lsualumni.org.

  • October 18, 2022 10:35 AM | Anonymous

    High Voltage is looking for a special events assistant to help with educational and recreational activities for youth and senior citizens in New Orleans.  

    We are seeking an ambitious, energetic, and collaborative individual to serve as the organization's Special Events Assistant. This position requires excellent attention to detail, solid follow-up skills, and the ability to effectively prioritize.  At least 1-year special event experience is preferred, grant writing is a plus. Hours are flexible (10-15 hours per month depending on event schedule).  

    Responsibilities Include:

    Assist with all aspects of special event planning, execution and logistics (materials, supplies, publicity, bulk mailings, ordering goods and services)

    Make requests (via phone and in writing) for sponsorships and other gifts

    Ensure budgetary compliance for events by tracking income and expenses

    Travel to event location maybe required if needed


    A minimum of two to three years related administrative experience and/or training (preferably in a nonprofit development office)

    Excellent interpersonal and public relations skills; professional phone skills and excellent written and verbal communication skills

    Significant attention to detail, excellent organizational and writing skills and the ability to work quickly and efficiently

    Detail-oriented self-starter who can efficiently meet deadlines

    Compensation is based on experience. This is a hybrid position (virtual and event locations). Please email your resume and cover letter to: highvoltageyouthcamp@gmail.com

    Closing Date:  November 15, 2022

  • October 10, 2022 9:52 AM | Anonymous

    Location:  Baton Rouge, LA  

    Reports To: Executive Director 

    Exemption Status: Full-time, Exempt

    Agency Overview

    The Capital Area Family Justice Center (CAFJC) is a 501(c)(3) organization. Our mission is to provide survivors of domestic and dating violence with the opportunity to create safer, more stable lives for themselves and their children by providing in-depth, professionally supported, comprehensive services. Services are delivered through multi-disciplinary collaboration and compassionate advocacy and are driven by the highest standards of excellence. CAFJC houses a variety of partner agencies to provide client services. 

    Summary of Position

    The Administrative Manager will assist with handling of the day-to-day operations of the center.  This includes assisting the director with communications, scheduling meetings, event planning, building maintenance coordination, and office management. Under the direction of the director, the Administrative Manager will assist in managing the office, assuring that work is performed in a timely and accurate manner; and represent the director of the office as appropriate.  The Administrative Manager will also assist in facilitating the needs of the family justice center staff and partners (on and off-site).  Additional duties include assisting with monthly and quarterly grant reporting, maintaining client files and database system, assisting with social media content and posting, and receptionist duties, as needed. 

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Serve as administrative assistant to the director, relieving the assigned director of a wide and complex variety of administrative details; coordinate and manage specialized functions or projects independently as assigned.

    • Research, analyze, and evaluate a wide variety of issues, data, recommendations, and alternatives as assigned; use independent judgment to develop and provide recommendations, suggestions, or information as appropriate.

    • Perform administrative support duties to assist the director in meeting reporting requirements, functional responsibilities; coordinate the office of the director and coordinator; assign, schedule, coordinate, oversee, and evaluate the flow of office work and assure that work is performed in a timely and accurate manner. 

    • Serve as liaison between the director, staff, program partners, community agencies, and the general public by relaying messages, answering questions, clarifying information, responding to requests, resolving problems, or referring callers to the director or appropriate person.

    • Discuss and review calendar and events daily with director to assure timely coordination of office activities and status of assigned projects; prepare preliminary responses to correspondence for executive's approval.

    • Monitor expenditures related to office supplies and building needs; obtain appropriate estimates and prepare purchase requisitions.

    • Order supplies and assure proper functioning of office equipment. 

    • Develop schedules related to program activities and services; maintain calendars and coordinate committee and other meetings; review, update, and inform the director and staff of essential timelines.

    • Provide staff support, attend meetings, take notes; prepare and distribute agendas, background materials, and minutes, as appropriate.

    • Compose correspondence independently; format, type, proofread, duplicate, and distribute correspondence, notices, lists, forms, memoranda, and other materials according to established procedures and standards. 

    • Collect, compile, and record statistical and financial data and other information; research and verify information as requested. 

    • Perform related duties as assigned.

    Minimum Requirements

    Bachelor's Degree required. Minimum two years experience providing secretarial and administrative support, including one year experience in a lead or supervisory capacity.  Proven proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

    Proficiency Qualifications   

    Person must have excellent verbal and written communication, interpersonal, organization, and computer skills.  The position requires attention to detail, the ability to follow-through on tasks and projects and the ability to manage multiple assignments.  This position also requires flexibility to adapt and adjust to sudden changes in business needs and resources.  The ideal candidate will have an interest in the organization’s mission. 


    The anticipated salary range for this position is $40,000-$45,000 and commensurate with experience and education. 

    How to Apply

    Please submit resume, cover letter, and references in PDF format to Suzanne Hamilton, Executive Director at Shamilton@cafjc.org with “Administrative Manager – Your Name” as the subject line. Questions may also be directed there.

    CAFJC is an equal opportunity employer. It does not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis or any protected class under federal, state, or local law.

  • October 10, 2022 9:41 AM | Anonymous


    Founded in Spring 2021, the Baton Rouge Area Youth Network (BRAYN) is a collaborative of greater Baton Rouge area youth organizations and agencies aiming to increase our collective impact on the area families. BRAYN’s network of 60+ youth serving organizations is dedicated to providing high-quality, accessible, and equitable youth development opportunities. BRAYN was started by and for youth-serving agencies in 2021 with the purpose of bringing providers together to create a collective strategy, share and leverage resources together, and create opportunities so that youth, families, and our EBRPSS community may thrive. 

    The BRAYN Development and Resource Coordinator will work with the Resource Sharing Working Group to identify opportunities for resource sharing among BRAYN members and coordinate initiatives to develop funds and share resources.

    Staff member reports to BRAYN Steering Committee, and ultimately to Gaylynne Mack, Executive Director of the Big Buddy Program.

    1. Lead the BRAYN team to meet the goal of raising $150,000 by the end of May 2023. The funds raised would accommodate the compensation needed for current staff. This outcome will also result in collecting the funds necessary to hire additional staff.

    2. Identify ten new funding sources that align with the BRAYN mission and complete the grant application process for a minimum of five funding sources that align with the BRAYN mission. Developing and implementing a fundraising plan includes supervising the fundraising process, communicating with donors, creating fundraising activities, evaluating the process, and establishing strong relationships with donors.3

    3. Plan two BRAYN-wide trainings a year which support BRAYN member growth. One training would address safety and security protocols, application templates, resources needed for the pilot, new member services, and digital gaps. The other training would prepare BRAYN member organizations to meet the safety checklist outlined in the School-Community Partnership Model and include a handbook template that meets the BRAYN safety checklist.4

    4. Lead the Resource Sharing Working Group towards a 20% increase in leveraging resources. Developing a resource bank on the BRAYN website to get the most from available resources. Items to include in the resource bank are as follows:

      1. Funding (grant research, writing, and reporting)

      2. Networking

      3. Operational Assistance (background checks, electronic systems, org structures, meeting structures, workplace culture, technology, transportation, staff 

      4. development)


    • 5+ years experience working in community-based youth development 

    • Experience in community resource coordination 

    • Strong fundraising skills and experience

    • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills 

    • Familiarity with e-systems and database management

    • Valid driver’s license 

    • Must be willing to submit to criminal background check

    • Bachelor's degree preferred


    • $45k-$50k annual salary

    • Health benefits are provided

    • Full-time position 

    Performance Measures

    • Increase in funds raised for BRAYN positions

    • Increase in resource-sharing among BRAYN members (i.e., shared training, technical assistance, transportation, etc.

    • Increase in trainings offered to BRAYN membership

    • Attendance records for virtual and on-site meetings and trainings

    • Copies of pre-post evaluation and course satisfaction for trainings

    • Provide ongoing coordination of trainers to maintain sustainability of the training network. 

    • Copies of training schedules.

    • Monthly log of meetings

    • Annual roll-up report of all BRAYN’s trainings 

    • Copies of meeting agendas for management team, co-chairs and BRAYN membership, 

    • Monthly task, progress, status report to BRAYN’s Steering Committee 

    Monitoring Plan

    This position will be monitored by the Steering Committee. The monitor shall:

    • Conduct task review on a monthly basis to determine if the staff is completing the requirements of the Statement of Work. All documents listed under Performance Measures shall be reviewed for completion and accuracy.

    • Review all agendas, sign in sheets, and evaluations. 

    • Participate in conference calls and face-to-face meetings with the steering committee on a monthly basis.

    • Monitor quarterly to determine if all management and administrative procedures are followed 

    To Apply: Submit a cover letter, resume, and references to Admin@ourbrayn.org by September 16th, 2022.

  • September 15, 2022 12:31 PM | Chelsey Blakenship (Administrator)

    Job purpose: To secure fundraising that supports the vision and the growth of Manship Theatre. Details include cultivating, soliciting, and maintaining individual and corporate sponsors, donors and individual members of all levels.

    The Development Officer researches to identify new sources of funding and works to grow individual giving. This position also oversees all aspects of fundraising and donor cultivation events including, Manship Theatre Membership program, Manship Theatre Red Carpet Gala, and other special donor events. This position will oversee the Grant making process and work with an outside grant writer.

    Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree and three to five years of experience in non-profit fundraising, marketing and/or sales. The ideal candidate must be a creative and strategic thinker with a passion for the arts as well as self- motivated with excellent communication and organizational skills. Must be available to work occasional early mornings, evenings and weekends as required for special events.

    This position is full time with a competitive salary and benefits package. Please send resume to contact Melanie Couvillon at mcouvillon@manshiptheatre.org

  • September 15, 2022 12:31 PM | Anonymous

    Position Overview

    • Sexual Trauma Awareness and Response (STAR) is seeking a dynamic and passionate nonprofit leader to fill the role of President & CEO, responsible for advancing the organization’s mission and vision. STAR appointed Emergent Method, a Louisiana-based management consulting firm, to lead the search. This position is an extraordinary opportunity for a dynamic professional skilled in nonprofit management, operational leadership, and donor development and fundraising while demonstrating a true passion and alignment with STAR’s mission to support survivors of sexual trauma, improve systems response, and create social change to end sexual violence in Louisiana.

       The President & CEO will be responsible for management and oversight of all administrative, facility, programming, and fundraising functions of the organization, in addition to leading strategic initiatives that move the organization forward and positively impact the communities it serves. This role will serve as the face of the organization, developing and maintaining relationships with community leaders, legislators, members, and stakeholders, in addition to partnering with other organizations to collaborate on strategic planning, grant writing, and fundraising effortsThe President & CEO manages a team of nearly 30 and reports to the STAR board of directors and regional councils.

      Job Description

      The ideal candidate will have significant experience in leading a nonprofit organization, including demonstrated visionary and servant leadership skills, fundraising and grant efforts, and the ability to form and maintain relationships to become a community partner, an engaged leader to staff, and a collaborator with the board and stakeholders of the organization.

      Key responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: 

    • Supervise and manage the staff and contractors of STAR, demonstrating strong leadership and decision-making abilities, including activities related to recruiting, hiring, retaining, and motivating team members
    • Develop and maintain strong working relationships with the board, including presenting at board meetings, preparing relevant board materials, and ensuring open and effective lines of communication with board members
    • Provide financial stewardship for STAR, including the development, review, and monitoring of budgets, managing of purchasing activities, preparing and submitting grants, leading fundraising efforts and negotiating and managing contracts 
    • Represent STAR effectively to build alliances with external stakeholders, partnering community organizations, and the general public in a manner that reflects STAR’s mission and objectives
    • Represent STAR in the public arena by creating and implementing an effective communications plan that publicizes activities related to the organization’s programs and goals and building awareness to positively represent STAR, market the organization, and build additional support
    • Monitor and create a system to provide information related to proposed legislation, regulatory changes, studies, and emerging trends, advising the board of the potential impacts to the organization and relevant responses 
    • Qualifications

      Education and Experience 

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college is required. The preferred candidate will also have a J.D., M.B.A., or master’s degree in public health, communications, psychology, public relations, social work, or a related field. 
    • At least 5-7 years of experience in nonprofit administration and management, fundraising and community engagement, with at least 3-5 years of experience in a managerial/supervisory capacity
    •  Relevant certifications and licenses such as Certified Trauma Professional, Certified Association Executive (CAE), Licensed Clinical Social Worker, etc. considered a plus 
    • Proven program and project management experience in a related field.

    • Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    • Strong operational and people management skills, with the ability to connect with and motivate employees to optimize workplace productivity and promote professional growth
    • Exhibits empathy, emotional intelligence and self-awareness to remain sensitive to the dynamics of internal staff as well as individuals affected by sexual trauma 
    • Ability to educate and motivate board members, staff, and stakeholders in strategic initiatives and fundraising efforts to meet organization goals
    • Ability to lead the organizations fundraising efforts by goal setting, planning, outreach, and expansion 
    • Knowledge of grant writing and administration preferred
    • Exceptional communication skills with the ability to listen, understand and be supportive of the needs of individuals
    • Ability to be diplomatic but passionate when communicating with legislators and community stakeholders


    The anticipated salary range for this position is $95,000-$110,000 and commensurate with experience. In addition to compensation, a competitive benefits package will be offered. 

    How to Apply

    Candidates should submit a resume with a cover letter and references to STAR@emergentmethod.com by October 15, 2022. 

    STAR is an equal opportunity employer. It does not discriminate against employees or applicants for employment on any legally recognized basis or any protected class under federal, state, or local law.

  • September 06, 2022 1:45 PM | Anonymous

    LWF is seeking an experienced fundraising professional to join the organization as its

    Development Director. Working directly with the Executive Director, Rebecca Triche, the Development Director will implement a fundraising program to attract support from individuals and corporations.

    The successful candidate will have:

    • Three to five years of fundraising experience
    • Success with cultivating business partnerships
    • Experience managing and growing a membership program
    • Demonstrated success in achieving annual fundraising goals
    • Strong ability to tell the organization’s story and put forward a compelling case for support
    • Knowledge and experience with budgeting and finance
    • Demonstrated ability in managing and motivating board member and volunteers
    • A passion for and/or understanding of natural resource conservation issues
    • The successful candidate will be a self-starter, have a high level of initiative and creativity, and be able to manage multiple deadlines. The ability to work independently is a must as well as the ability to work with staff and volunteers to plan and execute the annual fundraising plan.


    The Development Director reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for creating and

    executing the organization’s annual fund development plan. The Development Director will have the opportunity to build off the success of a growing Business Alliance program, increasing membership, and a new CRM. You will have the support of the Executive Director and the Board of Directors to achieve an annual fundraising goal of $350,000.

    The Development Director will:

    • Lead the Business Alliance program (40%)
    • Retain current business supporters through stewardship of business contact and members via the partnership
    • Identify and acquire new corporate partners
    • Manage and grow the Membership program (20%)
    • Craft and implement membership campaign strategies including direct mail, e-mail, phone, social media and digital marketing techniques to increase the donor base
    • Ensure proper donor acknowledgement, recognition, and stewardship to promote donor retention and increased levels of giving
    • Increase membership giving through special stewardship initiatives that may include individualized donor interactions and recognition
    • Acquire new donors through direct mail solicitation
    • Ensure data hygiene
    • Oversee other general fundraising initiatives (20%)
    • Help to grow the Certified Wildlife Habitat program and use current participant list for potential LWF members and annual fund donors
    • Execute an annual fund solicitation, typically at the end of the calendar year
    • Identify and cultivate leadership and major gifts for LWF, utilizing the membership list for prospects
    • Promote planned giving through direct and indirect donor communication
    • Promote other DIY fundraising initiatives (i.e., Amazon Smile, Target rewards, etc.) to increase annual giving
    • Oversee organization of special events and solicit sponsorships for the organization’s annual events, Conservation Awards Banquet and Convention (15%)

    Provide grants management with outside grant writing contractor (5%)


    Hours: Full-time position, requiring occasional evening and weekend work

    Salary: $65,000

    Benefits: Current benefits package includes health and dental insurance coverage for which the employer pays up to $450 per month of the premium; contribution to an IRA plan after one year of employment; and specified paid holidays, sick days and vacation days.

    Location: LWF office is in Baton Rouge. The organization is open to a hybrid work arrangement.


    LWF is now accepting applications. Applicant review will begin upon receipt and will continue until the Development Director is named. Apply by September 19 for priority review.

    To apply, please submit resume, cover letter, and one fundraising writing sample (solicitation letter, case for support, sponsorship proposal, etc.) in PDF format to Sarah Cortell Vandersypen, Search Consultant at Sarah@philanthropic-partners.com with “LWF Development Director – Your Name” as the subject line. Questions may also be directed there.

    The Louisiana Wildlife Federation is an equal opportunity employer.

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