About the National Center for Public Policy Research
The National Center for Public Policy Research (NCPPR) was established in 1982 to address issues insufficiently addressed by the broader Freedom Movement. It is a nimble and dynamic organization dedicated to providing free market solutions to today’s public policy problems through innovative programs. The National Center’s programs advance the principles of free markets, individual liberty and personal responsibility. Its largest programs are the Free Enterprise Project, the leading shareholder activist group on the right which confronts woke corporations and the ESG agenda; and Project 21, a black leadership network drawing its membership from academia, law enforcement, small business, the media and other fields. Project 21 leads the fight against radical groups such as Black Lives Matter that seek to divide Americans along racial lines. Another National Center program is the Environment and Enterprise Institute, which advances free market solutions to environmental problems.
About the Development Associate Opening
The National Center is seeking a self-motivated, detail-oriented, process/system-driven team member to serve as our Development Associate. This new team member will focus the majority of their efforts on managing the details and systems necessary to keep the National Center’s growing development team executing its development strategy with excellence and efficiency. [Read more…]