The Alzheimer's Association is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research. Our mission is to eliminate Alzheimer's disease through the advancement of research, to provide and enhance care and support for all affected; and to reduce the risk of dementia through the promotion of brain health.
The Executive Director (ED), supporting the state of Tennessee, Mid South Chapter, will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the chapter's staff, programs, growth, and delivery of the Association's mission. The ED will be an essential partner in the Association's strategic plan to support millions of people living with the disease and their families while accelerating research progress and change the trajectory of Alzheimer's disease.
The ED will build strong working relationships with all of the Association's administrative and functional leaders including the Senior Management Team. This leadership position will receive a foundation of support from the National Office located in Chicago, Illinois, and the Public Policy team in Washington, D.C. The position will be located in the Nashville, Tennessee office.
Essential Job Functions
Ensure ongoing local programming excellence, conduct program evaluation and needs analysis to maintain superior delivery.
Build relationships with local, state and Federal government as well as corporate partners and community organizations.
Work in collaboration with neighboring chapters and other non-profit organizations to ensure city, state and Federal Public Policy initiatives benefit our constituents.
Lead revenue opportunities including Walk to End Alzheimer's, The Longest Day, and other Association events.
Build and coach a staff of leaders to support the chapter's annual initiatives.
Lead volunteer recruitment to ensure appropriate resources are in place to achieve the chapter's goals and objectives.
Actively engage staff and volunteers in development efforts; plan and deliver all chapter programs, including delivery of educational programs, support groups and third party events.
Oversee advocacy efforts through recruitment of advocates and ambassadors; serve as the local point of contact for public policy issues and questions.
Expand local revenue generating and fundraising activities to support existing program operations; use external relationships, including community leaders, to garner new opportunities.
Create and manage chapter budget, maintain financial records, and oversee daily office functions.
Serve as the primary spokesperson for the chapter.