NPAG was founded in 2002 to bring the rapidly evolving social sector a more current, more strategic, and less transactional approach to executive search and talent consulting. Our business model is designed not only to offer the highest quality services with greater flexibility and cost transparency, but also to bring stronger and more enduring leaders to organizations. We pride ourselves on the exceptional craft of our work facilitating critical, meaningful relationships for our clients and on helping them navigate tricky organizational transitions. We are grounded in our commitment to equity and inclusion and are driven by the way the right leadership at the right time can catapult an organization and its mission forward.

Jan 09, 2023
Full time
$300,000 yearly
NPAG Los Angeles, CA, USA
The National Immigration Law Center (NILC) is the leading advocacy organization in the United States exclusively dedicated to defending and advancing the rights of low-income immigrants and their loved ones. NILC’s mission is grounded in the belief that everyone living in the U.S. - regardless of race, gender/gender identity, immigration, and economic status - should have equal access to justice, resources, and educational and economic opportunities that enable them to achieve their full human potential. Leveraging its 501(c)4 affiliate, the Immigrant Justice Fund (NILC IJF), and with a $22 million annual operating budget and 70 staff members, NILC combines policy advocacy and litigation, movement power building and narrative and culture change strategies to both strengthen the legal protections for immigrants and shift the public debate toward the notion that everyone regardless of their place of birth or socioeconomic status has a stake and constructive role to play in shaping...
Dec 21, 2022
Full time
$200,000 - $250,000 yearly
NPAG Hybrid (San Francisco, CA, USA)
Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area (“LCCRSF”) is pleased to invite nominations and applications for its next Executive Director . As one of the oldest civil rights institutions on the West Coast, LCCRSF works to dismantle systems of oppression and racism and to build an equitable and just society. Formed in 1968 to bridge the legal community and the Civil Rights Movement, we’re known for advancing the rights of people of color, immigrants, refugees, and low-income individuals. We also invest in legal fellows and support a network of over 1,000 active pro bono attorneys who work in solidarity with us. The Executive Director (ED)--with the support of a high impact staff, engaged Board of Directors, and a dynamic network of skilled pro bono legal professionals and community partners--works on many of the most compelling civil rights issues of our time, with issues and campaigns squarely focused on historically marginalized communities. LCCRSF’s...