For our latest A Quick Word With…, we talk with Michael Hamill Remaley, senior vice president, public policy & communications, Philanthropy New York, who also created this series for the Communications Network.
What is an interesting communications project you are engaged in right now or a recent communications success you are particularly proud of?
In the first half of 2014, Philanthropy New York (and 16 other regional associations) will launch new organizational websites based on a common platform. But ours will have something no other RA will have: New York PhilanthoPOST. We will be presenting robust news aggregation, original news and provocative editorial content that focuses on the region’s immensely dynamic philanthropic community.
The Communications Network is a nonprofit organization that supports foundations and nonprofits to improve lives through the power of smart communication. Emerging from a seven-year period of renewal and growth, during which it expanded its membership to more than 500, bolstered programming, and strengthened revenue streams that enable it to operate with a healthy balance sheet and cash flow, the Network is now poised for an exciting phase of impact.
We are seeking an Executive Director who can balance the day-to-day demands of a vibrant organization with the longer-range fulfillment of a vision that sees the Network becoming a recognized center of excellence for strategic communications not only for the foundation world, but for the nonprofit sector as a whole.
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