.

New Director of Executive Search and Transition Services Announced in Marin

Cindi Hubbard, Director of Executive Search and Transition Services
Cindi Hubbard, Director of Executive Search and Transition Services

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE


SAN RAFAEL – The Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership (Center) is pleased to announce the hiring of Cindi Hubbard as Director of Executive Search and Transition Services. With more than twenty years of non-profit management experience in the arts, culture, and education sectors, Hubbard is a passionate advocate for organizational excellence grounded in fiscal stability.

As a the owner of a small consulting business for the past thirteen years, Hubbard has provided interim executive and general management support as well as program, project and production management services for national organizations. In addition to her strong non-profit business administration background, Hubbard has led executive searches for a wide spectrum of non-profit organizations; completed searches have included high-profile positions such as executive directors, music directors, directors of development, and more. Hubbard’s unique combination of skills will help advance the Center’s reputation as the leader in executive search and interim placements for nonprofit organizations in the greater Bay Area.

"I am thrilled to join executive director, Linda Davis, the strong staff at the Center, and its talented pool of interim executive directors to facilitate smooth transitions for our community partners,” said Hubbard. In her work as a non-profit consultant, Hubbard has worked with organizations such as the League of American Orchestras, the EarShot New Music Reading Network, The Hartt School at the University of Hartford, CT., and orchestra ranging from the Fresno Philharmonic to the San Francisco Symphony.  Prior to starting her consulting practice, Hubbard worked as a staff member with the San Francisco Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra and The Women’s Philharmonic. Hubbard’s responsibilities ranged from managing the human and financial resources, to day-to-day management of the organization, and implementation of policies set by the Board of Directors.

CEO Linda Davis said, “Cindi’s history building a successful consulting business, and of developing excellent, long-term relationships through her interim and executive recruitment work brings a great combination of skills the Center. The diverse set of experiences and knowledge Cindi brings to the Center will allow us to continue to support the community and are essential to our goal of remaining the Bay Area’s top choice in executive search and transition services. We are pleased to have Cindi join the Center team.”  

For information on Executive Search or Transition Services, including interim executive placement, succession planning, organizational assessment, and recruitment, contact Cindi Hubbard at 415-479-5710 or chubbard@cvnl.org

###

About the Center: For nearly 50 yearsthe Center for Volunteer and Nonprofit Leadership (Center) has promoted volunteerism, strengthened nonprofit organizations and enhanced community leadership to develop a vital and engaged community. As a voice for the Marin nonprofit sector and a resource hub we offer an inclusive membership program for nonprofit organizations, businesses and individuals, with unique professional development and networking opportunities. The Center fosters and facilitates volunteering through Volunteer Matching, the Flexible Volunteer Program, and mobilizing emergency volunteers in the aftermath of a disaster. The Center also organizes community-wide events like the Marin Designers Showcase and the Marin Human Race, the largest collaborative fundraiser in the county.

Michael February 12, 2014 at 06:19 PM
Just who pays for most of this. I see they ask for and take donation on their web site but I am still looking to find out if and how much us taxpayers contribute. Anybody informed about this?

Boards

More »
Got a question? Something on your mind? Talk to your community, directly.
Note Article
Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors.What's on your mind?What's on your mind?Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell somethingPost something
See more »