Based in Santa Rosa, California, CFSC has, for the last 40 years, leveraged its local knowledge and love of place to bring together community-minded donors and diverse nonprofit grantees to catalyze change in disaster response, health and human services, education, environment, arts and culture, and animal welfare.
Building on its legacy of community partnership and the momentum of having raised and granted over $17M from the Resilience Fund for disaster recovery over the last six years, CFSC is moving toward a new philanthropic model focused on becoming the catalyzing philanthropic voice for investing in community and climate resilience, equitable opportunities, and solutions to historic social challenges, and amplifying the rich cultural diversity of the people who live in Sonoma County.
ABOUT THE POSITION
A primary liaison between Community Foundation Sonoma County and its surrounding community, the Vice President for Community Impact will lead CFSC’s impact-focused and trust-based model of grantmaking, providing oversight, inspiration, and management of all programmatic activities of the Foundation and leading a team of three to carry out the Foundation’s Community Impact work. With respect, humility, commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and a spirit of inquiry, the Vice President for Community Impact will forge and steward relationships with nonprofits, government agencies, and community leaders throughout the community to increase CFSC’s visibility and champion the county’s most critical causes.
HOW TO APPLY
Please refrain from contacting CFSC directly; all inquiries should be directed to [email protected]. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.