Stepping up during a crisis? Balance unique insight with respect for boundaries. All month long, our company Good Insight has provided free consultations to nonprofit executives and board members to talk through their specific situations related to COVID-19. From dramatically declining revenue, possible layoffs, and
Good decisions – made early– will help you lead through this COVID-19 crisis. Over the last few weeks we’ve been fielding calls from nonprofit executives and board members as they grapple with new challenging realities. From cancelled fundraisers to remote work policies to possible furloughs,
Good Insight has been retained by the US-Japan Bridging Foundation (USJBF) to conduct a global search for its first full-time Executive Director. Founded in 1998, USJBF strengthens the US-Japan relationship through its Bridging Scholars program, which awards several hundred scholarships to U.S. undergraduate students to
Good Insight is partnering with Best Buddies International on its search for the next State Director for the Capital Region office, which oversees programming in the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Virginia. The State Director will lead a team of passionate professionals empowering
We partnered with Elevate, a consulting firm providing comprehensive grant writing and strategy to clients across the U.S., on a three-part series investigating how to navigate funder transitions during an executive transition. Drawing upon our CEO’s experience as a grantmaker, this series offers some practical
George Mason University has selected Hasan M. Elahi as the new Director for its School of Art. Carlyn Madden led the search process in partnership with Claire Huschle of Scaffold, a project management firm for visual artists and organizations. Elahi’s tenure began in August 2019.
The Theater Alliance Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Raymond Caldwell has been hired as the company’s next Producing Artistic Director effective January 1, 2019. Raymond is currently Theater Alliance’s Associate Artistic Director. He succeeds Colin Hovde, who announced his departure in July
The DC Youth Orchestra Program has selected Betsy Purves as its next Director of Development following a search process led by Carlyn Madden Consulting. Betsy joined the region’s leading ensemble-based music education program in early June. A classically-trained singer and experienced fundraiser, Betsy’s abiding love