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Executive Director, Northeast Public Power Association
The Northeast Public Power Association (NEPPA) is a private, non-profit trade association with a mission to represent and serve consumer-owned utilities of New England. NEPPA combines the strength of its diverse members to provide low-cost services, opportunities to network and engage, and advocacy for public policies and federal legislation. NEPPA is at an important juncture as it approaches this executive leadership transition.
Executive Director, Farmington River Watershed Association
Farmington River Watershed Association (FRWA) is a local, citizen-based, non-profit organization working to address critical water quality problems in cooperation with federal, state and local governments, business and industry, and with people in the watershed’s 33 surrounding communities. The executive director will partner with community, environmental, and business leaders from communities of the watershed to accomplish FRWA’s mission via research, stewardship, education and advocacy activities.
Executive Director, Transition House
Transition House, the first organization on the East Coast and the second shelter in the United States to address domestic violence, is seeking an executive director who is an active community member and able to inspire others to take action to address domestic violence.
Executive Director, Leever Foundation
The Leever Foundation, a leader in bringing proven program models to the community, will engage a full-time professional executive director for the first time in its history. This is an exceptional opportunity for a seasoned professional to lead an organization that is highly regarded as providing decades of dedicated philanthropy in the Waterbury, CT region.
President and CEO, New Neighborhoods, Inc.
New Neighborhoods, Inc., the longest standing real estate developer in Stamford and Fairfield County, Connecticut, is seeking a leader who can build upon the organization’s recognized assets to address and meet the continued and growing need for affordable housing in the region.