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Native Americans in Philanthropy is dedicated to increasing and nurturing Indigenous representation in the philanthropic sector. With that in mind, the opportunities on our Job Board fit one of the following criteria:    

  1. The position is within a philanthropic or nonprofit organization 
  2. The position itself is philanthropic in nature and/or focuses on roles essential to or valued by the philanthropic sector i.e. fundraising, grantmaking, gift processing or development, donor relations, nonprofit management and/or administration, social justice, equity, conservation, etc.  

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Chief Executive Officer

Mind Share Partners Remote $200,000+
Executive Full Time

Job Details

Mind Share Partners (MSP) is a national nonprofit that is changing the culture of workplace mental health so that both employees and organizations can thrive. It does this for two reasons: to normalize what it looks like to have a mental health challenge at work--which is everyone at some point in their lives--and to address the workplace factors that can cause poor mental health for all employees/workers. MSP believes that if workplaces commit to reducing stigma, supporting their employees with mental health challenges, and addressing related workplace factors, they can drastically improve individual lives, company cultures, and workplace productivity.

MSP has been at the start of a growing movement to support mentally healthy workplaces and is poised to grow its impact with offerings that meet the increasingly complex needs of employers with customized workplace training, strategic advising, and implementation as well as its advocacy work. Over 50% of MSP’s revenue is from client services earned income, with the remainder from a range of philanthropic sources. As one of the only nonprofits exclusively focused on workplace mental health in an increasingly competitive space, MSP brings a unique mission and value proposition to this important work as both a trusted service provider and a movement builder. In close concert with the Board of Directors and the team, the CEO will guide the development of a newly refreshed vision to drive revenue growth and increased impact.

The next CEO will be an authentic storyteller, entrepreneurial visionary, exceptional fundraiser, and sales strategist who will drive the co-creation of MSP’s next iteration of a vision and strategic plan. They will demonstrate the ability to set clear priorities and goals, formulate and execute new revenue generation strategies, and stay agile to pivot in response to external conditions and impact data. The CEO will bring a nuanced, asset-based understanding of mental health as a spectrum, including an understanding of the intersectionality with DEIBJ concepts and the experiences of people with marginalized identities. They will be able to speak personally and openly about their own mental health experience and inspire others to support the organization and the movement. They will bring exceptional communications skills, sales and fundraising expertise, team management and leadership, and an entrepreneurial mindset to the work of elevating MSP’s mission and nurturing connectivity and culture among the team and stakeholders.


More information about Mind Share Partners may be found at:

This search is being led with support from the national executive search firm NPAG. We invite interested candidates to submit a cover letter that includes: (1) what draws you personally to care about the mission of Mind Share Partners, and (2) a brief outline of your qualifications and relevant professional and lived experiences, along with a resume or CV via NPAG’s candidate portal.

Mind Share Partners’ Hiring Values

We look at the whole picture:  We recognize that neither job descriptions nor people are perfect. If you think you can be successful in this role but don’t meet every listed qualification, we encourage you to apply—we’d love to get to know you and see what you have to offer. We look for “culture adds” not “culture fits.” We want people who push our thinking and who bring a unique perspective to our work.

We seek to build an inclusive team:  Mental health is a new frontier of DEIBJ and an intersectional issue that affects groups differently. At Mind Share Partners, we seek to reflect this in our team. We are an equal opportunity employer deeply committed to building an inclusive team with diverse perspectives and experiences from a range of backgrounds and cultures. We actively seek out identities, experiences, and perspectives that we don’t have represented on our team and do not discriminate based on race, religion, color, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability. We strongly encourage people from underrepresented communities within the workplace mental health space to apply.

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