Executive Director- Hugo House
The Executive Director will be the public spokesperson for the organization, maintaining and cultivating relationships with community partners. They will create an organizational culture of optimism and possibility that inspires great writing. With a deep commitment to equity, diversity, inclusion, and access, the Executive Director will steward Hugo House in becoming an anti-racist institution that serves people of all ethnic backgrounds, gender identities, abilities, and interests, and where people from all backgrounds feel welcome and a true sense of belonging.
Reporting directly to the Hugo House Board of Directors, the Executive Director will build upon the organization’s legacy by creating a new and bold vision for the future in fulfillment of its mission. They will have overall responsibility for Hugo House’s programs and operations, provide leadership in financial management, fundraising, and board governance, and oversee the day-to-day operations and staffing.
No specific educational requirements or set number of years’ experience are required. Experience in nonprofit management as well as collaborating with a Board of Directors is preferred. A deep appreciation of writing and reading infused with knowledge about literature and its creation, is expected to succeed in this role. Connections to the literary community are beneficial. Outstanding candidates will have exceptional writing abilities and verbal presentation skills.
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