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We are a national team of philanthropy leaders. Our search services and leader-to-leader consulting focus on navigating successful careers as well as building teams and cultures that enable organizations to engage all of their potential donors and to raise the largest possible gifts.
In partnership with the entire ALG Community, we seek to strengthen the advancement profession and enhance philanthropy's transformative and essential impact on society.
Aspen Leadership Group: Your partner as you navigate your career, build your team, and shape your organization's philanthropic culture.
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- The most advancement roles across higher education, healthcare, arts and culture, community services, and more.
- Our consultants – all former advancement professionals – will walk you through the application and interview process.
- Our candidates are people first, not merely numbers in a pool. We treat all candidates with dignity and respect.
- Sign up for the Philanthropy Career Network (PCN) for the latest job opportunities and career advice.
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Aspen Leadership Group has been selected by Forbes as one of America’s Best Recruiting Firms for 2020. This is the second consecutive year that ALG has been recognized as one of the top 200 executive search firms specialized in filling senior leadership roles, having made the list in 2019.
It is on us to create diverse women’s philanthropy councils. Now. Women of color are the most underrepresented of all groups on boards. Women of color and women of different generations have voices and perspectives to add regarding how they give and want to be engaged. By including men on our councils, they can leverage their platforms and share their power, making them valuable contributors and allies to grow women’s philanthropy. Wider diversity will help our councils make better decisions and grow philanthropy. This takes attention, intention, asking stakeholders for help, and adapting your model when needed, to be successful.
White nonprofit professionals who aspire to be allies must stay engaged in anti-racist work. Checking out is a privilege and ALG's Colleen Flynn offers resources for supporting colleagues of color and staying accountable.
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