The Philanthropy Roundtable, America’s leading network of charitable donors working to strengthen our free society, uphold donor intent, and protect the freedom to give, seeks a new President and CEO to succeed Adam Meyerson, who will be stepping down as its long-time president.
Founded in 1991, the Roundtable has grown to a $9 million organization focused on fostering excellence in philanthropy, protecting philanthropic freedom, and helping donors advance liberty, opportunity, and personal responsibility.
The new President and CEO will have a deep commitment to the mission and principles of The Philanthropy Roundtable, as well as a passion for philanthropy, a flourishing civil society, and philanthropic freedom. He/she will have a significant track record of leadership and management success and the vision to take the Roundtable to the next level of membership, influence, and effectiveness, especially in serving and inspiring high-net-worth individual donors.
The Philanthropy Roundtable has just completed an extensive strategic planning process that calls for significant growth in membership, revenue, and impact over the next five years. The new President and CEO will play a primary role in helping the Roundtable substantially build on its assets to lead in the fight to protect philanthropic freedom and to grow a community of donors dedicated to strengthening our free society.
The President and CEO reports to the Board of Directors.