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Executive Director – Georgia (Hybrid Position)

The Georgia Interfaith Public Policy Center (GIPPC) is a young, dynamic, and impactful non-profit dedicated to uniting people of faith across the state of Georgia in the advocacy of our mutual values of love, justice, mercy, and hospitality. We are a source of education and tools for a constituency eager to put their faith into action in state-level policy. We are seeking a passionate, visionary faith leader to serve as our Executive Director and lead the organization into its next phase of growth and impact.


Organizational Background

The GIPPC is a registered 501c3 non-profit and incorporated in the state of Georgia.

Our board consists of grass-top faith leaders from across the state of Georgia. Our constituents are grass-roots people of faith throughout the state.


Position Summary

The Executive Director of GIPPC is responsible for the organization’s overall management, strategic direction, and growth.

The Executive Director works closely with the Board of Directors to advance the mission and strategic plan of GIPPC.

This role requires a dynamic and visionary leader with exceptional interpersonal, communication, and organizational skills and the ability to inspire and mobilize constituents, policymakers, coalition partners, and the public about issues important to the faith community and the organization’s mission.

GIPPC is poised to grow.  Its current budget comes primarily from private foundations and individuals.



  • Fundraising: Leads fundraising efforts including cultivating new and existing donors, applying for grants, and other fundraising efforts to ensure the organization’s success.  Grow individual and worshiping community donations.
  • Financial: Develop an annual budget that meets or exceeds expectations of growth, manage to the budget.  Participate in the development, presentation, and implementation of the annual budget in collaboration with the Treasurer.
  • Leadership: Serves as a respected and credible leader for GIPPC.
  • Advocacy: Works to influence policies that have a direct link to faith values at the state levels, representing the organization in relevant forums. Maintains relationships with coalition partners in the advocacy community.
  • Board Relations: Reports to the board and implements its decisions. Works to engage and build strong relationships with a Board dispersed state-wide. Keeps members fully informed regarding the status and activities of the organization.
  • Strategic Planning: Leads strategic planning with the board. Follows through with implementation.
  • Communication: Serves as the primary spokesperson for GIPPC and effectively articulates the vision, mission, and outcomes.
  • Partnerships: Recognizes the importance of collaborating with the faith community, donors, and stakeholders and works to identify strategic partnership opportunities.
  • Community Relations: Interfaces and establishes strong relationships with communities at the state and local level, including policymakers, funders, donors, and the public.
  • Operations: Coordinates administration of operations. Implementation of programs that carry out the organization’s mission. Responsible for the hiring and retention of competent, qualified staff. Responsible for contracting out work when appropriate and overseeing that contract. Continue to grow a good foundation for a young organization financially, physically, and organizationally.
  • Compliance: Keeps organization in compliance with all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations



  1. 5-7 years of management experience with significant administrative responsibilities in the nonprofit sector.
  2. Need the ability to oversee but also delegate effectively.
  3. 5+ years of demonstrated success in financial management.
  4. High-level fundraising experience, both in foundation and individual giving. This includes excellent donor relations skills and an understanding of the Georgia non-profit funding community.
  5. Knowledge and experience with the state of Georgia and her governance structures.
  6. Knowledge of and comfort with a wide variety of faiths.
  7. The ability to attract and inspire others on faith-related issues.
  8. Can envision and convey a vision for the organization’s strategic future to the staff, board, constituents, volunteers, and donors.
  9. The ability to speak publicly and articulate the values of the faith community to many different audiences.
  10. Ability to build strong collaborative teams and a strong organizational culture in a hybrid work environment.
  11. A history of forming partnerships/coalitions with external organizations to achieve strategic objectives.
  12. A humble and approachable demeanor with the ability to be assertive when needed.
  13. Willingness to work a non-traditional work schedule, occasional travel throughout Georgia, as needed, and some weekend work, based on planned events.
  14. Flexibility, adapting to working with people of different cultures and faiths.
  15. Be inclusive of diverse people, cultures, perspectives, and viewpoints.
  16. Strong work ethic with a high degree of energy.
  17. A passion and affection for the people of Georgia.


Competencies/Key Characteristics

  • Fundraising skills. Multi-cultural competency skills. Ability to connect with local grassroots communities. Strong advocacy skills.
  • Be a passionate voice and external face for GIPPC. Nonprofit management experience.
  • Ability to build a culture of trust and collaboration with remote staff, constituents, and volunteers.
  • Relationship skills both internally and externally.
  • Strategic Thinking. Ability to handle conflict and resistance to change.
  • Results Driven.
  • Courage. Persistence. Maturity in outlook.
  • Person of faith.
  • Willingness to travel



The salary for this position is based on the candidate’s experience and qualifications.


Statement of Non-Discrimination

Georgia Interfaith Public Policy Center is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and actively seeks a diverse pool of candidates. We welcome applications from all qualified candidates. For more information about Georgia Interfaith Public Policy Center and its programs, please visit:


Application Process

To apply for this position, please submit your cover letter and resume electronically to The cover letter should highlight your qualifications, connection to the mission, and any other relevant experience.



Office Location

PO Box 15528 Atlanta, GA  30333