Campbell & Company Retained by Outreach International to Find New Leader

November 22, 2023 – Campbell & Company has been retained by Outreach International to lead in its search for a new president and CEO for Outreach International. Leading the assignment are Dan Nevez, vice president, executive search, Alexandra Catuara, senior consultant, and Angèle Bubna, consultant.

The president and CEO of Outreach International will have an inspiring and fulfilling opportunity to help build Outreach’s next stage of growth and impact. This individual provides overall vision, leadership, and strategic direction for the organization. Reporting to the board of directors, the CEO’s role is to expand the organization’s impact and visibility and serve as a trusted thought leader among local, national, and international partners. Most importantly, this leader will continue to increase and diversify Outreach International’s revenue by implementing a long-term fundraising strategy.

The search firm notes that candidates must have a passion for the mission of Outreach International and deep commitment to social justice, sustainable poverty alleviation, and community-led development. They should have at least 10 years of successful senior-level nonprofit leadership experience or experience in a related for-profit field, including demonstrated expertise with fundraising, strategic planning, financial planning, and board relations. Experience with international communities and poverty-related issues would be an advantage is preferred. Candidates should have the proven ability to develop, mentor, and lead teams in a spirit of inclusivity and collaboration, coupled with strong consensus building approach.

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Since 1979, Outreach International has facilitated community-led development to solve poverty-related issues around the world. They currently work alongside their international program partners in 10 countries. Their efforts help communities establish sources of clean water and sanitation, address food and income insecurity, solve health concerns, and more.

Serving Non-Profits

With offices around the country, Campbell & Company offers counsel in advancement planning, fundraising, marketing communications, and executive search for non-profit organizations in the education, health and medicine, arts and culture, environment, social service, and professional society fields.

Mr. Nevez has more than 30 years of professional experience in higher education, arts and cultural institutions, and retained executive search. As a search consultant, he has successfully placed more than 200 senior executives at regional and national non-profits and associations. Mr. Nevez has extensive experience partnering with CEOs and boards as well as extensive, diverse networks that enable him to best serve his clients.

Ms. Catuara brings a blend of international giving and a range of non-profit experience to her executive search work at Campbell & Company. She partners with organizations and institutions to think through hiring decisions.

Ms. Bubna contributes to the Campbell & Company’s executive search team’s work through executing targeted research, networking and sourcing, and implementing strategies to match an organization with senior talent.

Active Search

Campbell & Company was recently enlisted to find the next president and chief executive officer for the Friendly Center, a non-profit that provides free programs and services for low-income families and individuals in Orange County, CA. “The Friendly Center’s new president and CEO will join an organization that has a solid financial base, an excellent reputation, and is poised for continued growth,” said Campbell & Company.

Founded in 1924, Friendly Center is a comprehensive family and community resource center dedicated to improving the lives of children, adults, and seniors by helping them move toward self-sufficiency through immediate aid and a variety of educational and life skill programs. The 501(c)(3) non-profit organization’s vision is to end generational poverty.

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Contributed by Scott A. Scanlon, Editor-in-Chief; Dale M. Zupsansky, Executive Editor; Lily Fauver, Senior Editor – Hunt Scanlon Media

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