Executive Team Positions

Executive Director
Provides leadership, structure, and communication systems for the members to serve effectively in their roles. Sets agendas and runs weekly organization meetings. Establishes and implements yearly goals. Acts as the contact and spokesperson for NLA.

Associate Director:
Provides leadership, communication, and organization to NLA in the event that the Executive Director cannot fill their role. Organizes and oversee the Annual Cedar Valley Nonprofit Awards Luncheon in the spring semester and coordinates the trip to the Alliance Management Institute during the fall semester.

Director of Finance:
Keeps accurate reports of organization’s bank accounts and finances. Creates budget and keeps it organized and up to date. Works with the University and NISG to receive financial services for the student organization.

Director of Marketing & Public Relations:
Keeps up to date with brochures, promotional materials, the NLA newsletter, website, and the Facebook and Twitter pages. This position also manages photo releases for NLA and photographs NLA students, activities and events.

Director of Resource Development:
Works with the advisory board to plan and implement strategies for increasing the organization’s resources. Organizes and leads the Annual Fundraising Campaign. Keeps track of fundraising activities and amounts earned.

Director of Member Recruitment & Engagement:
Recruits for Nonprofit Leadership Alliance and invites students of all majors to become a member of the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance. This position includes: tabling, talking to classes, and organizing monthly socials for NLA.

Director of Community Service: 
Plans and organizes the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance 500 hour community service project that is completed annually.  This year the community service committee will oversee research projects with the Northeast Iowa Food Bank, Love INC, The Black Hawk YMCA, The Job Foundation, and United Way.

Director of Research & Consulting: 
Works with local nonprofits to identify topics of interest for research. During the spring semester they will meet with nonprofits and establish the research topics. In the fall semester the consulting committee will conduct their research and prepare presentations to present at the Alliance Management Institute.

For more information regarding the Leadership Team positions please refer to the Student Handbook or contact Kristina Kofoot.

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