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Chief Executive Officer – Chamberlin Family Foundation and Education Matters

The Chamberlin Family Foundation and Education Matters seek an experienced and visionary leader to serve as Chief Executive Officer. This is an exciting opportunity to be in a game-changing role focused on education excellence by investing in an under-resourced community.

The Chamberlin Family Foundation (CFF) and Education Matters (EM) work to improve educational outcomes for all students in the community and support them to reach their full potential, by assuring an excellent school for every child in every neighborhood.

The Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the organization, implementing the unified vision of both Chamberlin Family Foundation and Education Matters Boards. The CEO will manage all the programmatic and administrative activities of the organizations. The CEO will report to both existing Boards and should expect to work closely with the Chamberlins.

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Chief Executive Officer – Chamberlin Family Foundation & Education Matters

All inquiries about this open position should be directed to:

Sally Carlson, Managing Partner, Carlson Beck

415-433-2299 direct, 415-203-5259 mobile or

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