ABN Now Offers Executive Search Services
Did you know that the Alliance for Better Nonprofits now offers nonprofit executive search services?
A change in leadership presents a significant opportunity to focus on the future direction of your organization. Because a nonprofit’s leadership needs are distinct from those of a for-profit business, so too are the requirements of a nonprofit executive search.
When it comes to serving the hiring needs of nonprofits, we don’t believe in a “one size fits all” approach. ABN will work closely with your board, guiding it in defining your future leadership and management needs. We’ll also help you identify the specific leadership talents and skills required of your next executive director based on your strategic goals. Then, we support your board throughout your comprehensive search, including recruitment, screening, interviews, negotiation, and closing the deal.
All of our services leverage our deep understanding of our clients’ unique missions and cultures, and our services get results: effective hires, made as efficiently as possible, that create lasting impact on nonprofit organizations.
Learn more and get started by contacting Elle Benson, Director of Capacity Building, at (865) 313-2077 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tiffani Mensch is the Director of Community Engagement for the Alliance for Better Nonprofits (ABN). With over a decade of experience in nonprofit fundraising and community outreach, Tiffani is passionate about helping nonprofits achieve greater mission impact. Before joining ABN, she worked for the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, the University of Tennessee, and Girls Inc. of Santa Fe. Tiffani currently serves as vice president of the board of trustees for Girls Inc. of Knoxville, sits on the 91.9 Inc. WUOT advisory board, and is a peer reviewer and Standards Council member for the Standards for Excellence Institute. She also volunteers with several local nonprofits. She earned her MA from Rhode Island School of Design and a BFA from Rochester Institute of Technology.