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Chief Accreditation Officer,
Council for the Accreditation of the Educator Preparation (CAEP)

Chief Financial Officer,
ASIS International

Vice President, Professional Development, Education and Training,
Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS)

President and CEO,
Seattle Lighthouse for the Blind

Chief Executive Officer,
International Legal Technology Association

Executive Director,
Research Chefs Association

Executive Director,
Us Helping Us, People Into Living, Inc.

Executive Director,
TESOL International Association

Chief Operating Officer,
Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards

Vice President of Public Policy,
Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards

Vice President, Marketing & Communications,
National Sleep Foundation

Vice President, Programs & Government Affairs,
National Sleep Foundation

Chief Digital Strategy Officer,
American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA)

Senior Director, Policy,
Conference of State Bank Supervisors

Senior Director of Meeting & Events,
Auto Care Association




Chief Accreditation Officer,
Council for the Accreditation of the Educator Preparation (CAEP)

The Council for the Accreditation of the Educator Preparation (CAEP), located in Washington, D.C., has retained Vetted Solutions to assist in recruiting its next Chief Accreditation Officer. CAEP is the nation’s sole accrediting body for teacher preparation. CAEP promotes excellence in educator preparation through P-12 learner, outcome focused, and evidence-based, data-driven accreditation. They provide a framework of continuous improvement to ensure educator preparation providers (EPPs) prepare educators to teach diverse learners throughout the P-12 setting. CAEP organizational values focus on: leadership, teamwork, initiative and creativity, service orientation to accreditation, strategic planning and anticipating need, and accountability.

CAEP is seeking a forward-looking team member who will actively develop, build, and sustain internal and external relationships and seek opportunities to enhance and strengthen CAEP Accreditation. A critical member of the President’s leadership team, the Chief Accreditation Officer will represent CAEP Accreditation to stakeholders, building relationships with providers and consumers alike, oversee the strategic accreditation functions of the organization, and refine the vision for accreditation. The position will work with the Deputy Accreditation Officer to ensure the quality and integrity of CAEP accreditation and provide leadership to the accreditation staff. The position will also oversee the CAEP recognition process with The Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and the U.S. Department of Education (USED) and ensure organizational policies are in alignment with recognition requirements.

The ideal candidate has an Ed.D. or Ph.D. in an education-related field and a minimum of 7 years of experience in higher education with experience in accreditation and administration. The candidate should be a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent public speaking and presentation skills.

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Chief Financial Officer,
ASIS International

ASIS International has retained Vetted Solutions to assist in recruiting its next Chief Financial Officer. ASIS is the leading organization for the security management profession worldwide. It has a $31 M budget with a team of 90 staff and headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia.

It’s an exciting and meaningful time to be part of the dynamic security industry. The security profession makes the world a safer place and has a positive impact on the future of the organizations and stakeholders served. ASIS is the global leader in security professional development, education, and standards. Most importantly, ASIS transforms lives through the leadership they provide, the communities they create, and the products and services they deliver.

Founded in 1955, ASIS serves almost 35,000 security professional members in more than 125 countries. Its members represent the private and public sectors in virtually every industry. ASIS advocates the role and value of the security management profession to business, the media, government entities, and the public.

The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will provide leadership, direction and oversight for financial management, accounting, and administrative services functions for the ASIS organization and its related entities. Reporting to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), the CFO will ensure that ASIS business and financial practices are consistent with industry, legal, and ethical standards. This position will provide leadership for accounting operations, including month-end financial closing processes, accounts receivable, accounts payable, procurement and contract management, budget, investments, cash, and treasury. For administrative services functions, the CFO will provide leadership for the building, security, inventory, storage, office equipment and supplies, mail operations, and fulfillment operations.

As a member of the Executive Management Team, the position will advise the CEO and other senior staff on important financial matters. Collaborating with the Board of Directors Treasurer, he/she will develop and provide essential data and information for Board decision making. The position will lead and manage a total of 10 staff with one or two direct reports.

The ideal candidate earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, or a related field and has a minimum 10 years related experience and/or training. A master of business administration (MBA) degree and Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license is preferred.

ASIS prefers candidates who have experience serving as a member of a senior management group with association or nonprofit organizations; leading accounting and administrative services departments; and with finance and accounting experience responsibilities for multiple organizational entities.

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Vice President, Professional Development, Education and Training,
Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS)

The Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) has retained Vetted Solutions to recruit a new Vice President, Professional Development, Education and Training to be based in Rockville, MD.

The Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) is the largest global organization of and for those professionals involved with the regulation of healthcare and healthcare related products, including medical devices, pharmaceuticals, biologics, and nutritional products. RAPS is headquartered in Rockville, Maryland, with offices in Europe and Asia, and chapters and affiliates worldwide.

Founded in 1976, RAPS helped establish the regulatory profession. Today, it continues to actively support the more than 25,000 professionals who are members and customers, and lead the profession as a neutral, non-lobbying nonprofit organization.

The Vice President, Professional Development, Education and Training will create and drive education and training strategy through multiple delivery vehicles for a variety of audiences, and develop and implement the organization’s approach to workforce strategy. This position monitors the market, economic and societal trends that affect the regulatory affairs profession, translates this knowledge into curriculum design and speaker selection, and serves as a champion for and early adopter of innovative learning practices. Managing a total staff of nine, including three direct reports, s/he will ensure that the organization offers high-value, high-quality professional development, education, and training programs and services to regulatory professionals, representing all levels of experience in the healthcare product sectors worldwide. This position is part of the executive staff team, reporting to the Executive Director.

The ideal candidate will hold a bachelor’s degree (a master’s is preferred) and have a minimum 10 years of experience in education/professional development planning and management for a professional level audience, with a record of innovation and success. Experience in healthcare or life sciences preferred.

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President and CEO,
Seattle Lighthouse for the Blind

Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist the Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc. in recruiting its next President and CEO. The Lighthouse is a private, nonprofit social enterprise which has provided employment, support, and training opportunities for people who are blind, DeafBlind, and blind with other disabilities since 1918.

The Lighthouse’s philosophy maintains that each employee is provided with the support necessary for success in the workplace. This includes an in-house sign language interpreting department, staff mobility instructors to teach independent travel with a white cane or guide dog, and over 100 computer workstations adapted for use by individuals who are blind.

Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, the Lighthouse has a budget of approximately $80 million budget and a philanthropic foundation. The Lighthouse currently employs over 470 individuals, more than 260 of whom are blind, DeafBlind, or blind with other disabilities. Lighthouse employees make aerospace parts, office products, and a myriad of other machined products for customers such as The Boeing Company and the U.S. federal government. The Lighthouse operates seven Base Supply Centers which provides a retail setting for military personnel to purchase products made by people who are blind. Lighthouse employees also provide managed services like appointment setting, quality assurance, account reconciliation, and contract close out.

In addition to providing employment opportunities, The Lighthouse offers a wide range of programs and services for employees who are blind and DeafBlind. Computer training classes, braille courses, the acclaimed DeafBlind Retreat, and DeafBlind community classes as well as a program to educate elementary school students about blindness are just a few of the services offered.

The President and CEO reports to the Lighthouse Board of Trustees and has strategic and overall operational responsibility for the organization, ensuring positive impact in the community, financial stability, and organizational sustainability. The President and CEO will ensure that the Lighthouse’s fiscal, operations, marketing and communications, human resources, technology, and program strategies are effectively implemented across all segments of the organization.

The successful candidate should have leadership experience at the most senior level in the private or public sector, and be a visionary leader in developing, implementing executing and evaluating impactful strategic plans. Candidates should have a demonstrated track record in successfully building and maintaining a culture of collaboration and trust among constituencies, Board of Trustees and staff. Experience in manufacturing and product production is a plus. The successful candidate is someone who has an intimate understanding of the world of blindness/DeafBlind/vision loss and that world’s day-to-day challenges, along with gravitas to personally or closely demonstrate the ability for a blind or DeafBlind person or person with vision loss to work and highly function in a seeing and hearing world. As the public face of the Lighthouse, the successful candidate will be someone with the ability to define and passionately articulate the organization’s mission and work, as well as use ingenuity and critical thinking to build and strategically grow and organization with often limited resources and assistance.

The Lighthouse seeks candidates who have strong business acumen and understanding of the double bottom line, and who demonstrate passion for and commitment to bettering the world through employment opportunities for people with blindness, are DeafBlind, or have vision loss with other disabilities.

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Chief Executive Officer,
International Legal Technology Association

Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) to recruit a Chief Executive Officer (CEO). ILTA is the premier peer networking organization in support of the legal profession, providing information to its members on ways to maximize the value and use of technology. Since ILTA was founded in 1980, its role has expanded in recent years since providing technology solutions to law firms and corporate legal departments has grown more complex. ILTA’s membership comprises more than 1400 firms and law departments and has over 20,000 individuals participating, not only in the US, but around the globe. ILTA has an annual budget of $7.5 million and a staff of 25. The association’s headquarters is located in Austin, Texas, with a number of the senior staff living and working remotely. The CEO can serve in the role from anywhere in the United States.

The CEO reports to the Board of Directors and collaborates with the Board to lead this premier peer networking organization in support of the legal profession. The CEO formulates and communicates a vision to grow ILTA’s brand awareness and member organizations worldwide, works with the Board to develop and implement a strategic plan designed to achieve a sustainable future of premiership, and raises the money and engages the people required to execute the plan. The CEO also oversees peer-powered thought leadership, program development, and program deliverables; implements sound, ethical, and legal governance and financial management policies; and manages the operations of the association.

The successful candidate must have at least 5 years of significant senior leadership and organizational management experience in a professional membership association. A bachelor’s degree is required, as is experience with international membership programs or services. The candidate should have experience working with, and partnering with, a Board of Directors or governing body. He/she should be a strategic thinker with planning experience that includes the development of annual goals and operational plans within nonprofit organizations. He/she must have a collaborative and inclusive leadership style, with the ability to drive consensus. ILTA is looking for an individual with dynamic public speaking skills and the ability to deliver effective, passionate messaging to various audiences at all levels. The successful candidate must have substantive financial management experience, including creation of non-dues revenue sources. He/she must have an understanding of the wide range of technologies and “user” skill levels with software, websites, online tools, and social media, including experience working in remote environments.

ILTA seeks candidates who are trusted leaders and managers, and who demonstrate a passion for, and commitment to, ILTA’s mission, core values, industry, and members.

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Executive Director,
Research Chefs Association

We are pleased to announce that SmithBucklin has retained Vetted Solutions to find an Executive Director to join the association management company. The successful candidate will serve as the Chief Staff Executive for the Research Chefs Association (RCA) in the company’s Chicago office.

Founded in 1996, the RCA is a leading professional community for food research and development. Its 2000+ members are the pioneers of Culinology – a fast-growing discipline that blends the fields of culinary arts and the science of food. RCA is seeking an accomplished executive professional with demonstrated success in driving business growth, managing client and sponsor relationships, building and representing a brand, and overseeing operations. The Executive Director will be responsible for the overall strategic, operational, and financial well-being of the organization. He or she will work closely with the RCA Board of Directors to implement and manage all policies, programs, services, and practices for the association. The ED of RCA will be an employee of SmithBucklin and will report directly to Executive Vice President and Chief Executive, Business and Trade Industry Practice, Jim McNeil.

The work environment at SmithBucklin is collaborative, with teams organized through a matrix of skill levels and expertise. The position is a highly self-managed role with high pressure situations are characterized by changing expectations and multiple priorities. Frequent travel may be required.

The successful candidate will have seven or more years of experience serving as a leader in the association space with demonstrated success in strategy and financial management. He or she must possess a Bachelor’s degree; a Master’s is desirable.

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Executive Director,
Us Helping Us, People Into Living, Inc.

Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist Us Helping Us, People Into Living, Inc. (UHU) to recruit an Executive Director. With a main office located in Washington, D.C., UHU is a nationally and internationally recognized community-based HIV/AIDS organization, serving as a model for community-based services and interventions. UHU is committed to improving the health and well-being of Black gay men through innovative programs and services and – through a vision of inclusiveness – to reducing the impact of HIV/AIDS in the entire African American community. With an annual budget of $2.4 million, UHU employs 26 full-time staff and delivers over 10 different programs and services.

The Executive Director of UHU is responsible for building on the organization’s successful legacy. He/she partners with a dedicated Board of Directors and oversees the strategic plan implementation, effective management of UHU resources, and monitors the organization’s programs and services. The Executive Director motivates and engages the staff and funders to ensure UHU’s focus and programs serve the community’s current needs, while positioning the organization for transformational growth in both traditional and innovative ways to meet emerging needs.

The successful candidate must have at least 5 years of significant leadership and organizational management experience in a nonprofit or similarly complex institution or organization. He/she should have a bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional experience. An advanced degree (ex: MPH or MBA) will be considered a plus. The candidate should have experience working with and partnering with a Board of Directors or governing body. He/she should be a strategic thinker with planning experience that includes the development of annual goals and operational plans. Experience in HIV/AIDS education, prevention, and service delivery, or related experience is necessary. Demonstrated knowledge or experience with the Affordable Care Act (ACA), state or local health care reform initiatives, HIPAA, and other regulatory standards is important. He/she can demonstrate a record in program and/or services development, delivery, and assessment. Fundraising, communication, and budget/finance skills are required, as well as staff leadership and management experience.

UHU seeks candidates who will be an inspirational and visionary leader that demonstrates passion for the next stage of the HIV/AIDS response, ending health disparities, addressing social justice, and promoting community development, particularly in the Black gay community.

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Executive Director,
TESOL International Association

Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist TESOL International Association (TESOL) recruit an Executive Director. Headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, United States, TESOL is the largest professional organization for teachers of English as a second or foreign language. Founded in 1966, TESOL’s mission is to advance the quality of English language teaching through professional development, research, standards and advocacy. With over 12,000 members worldwide, and over 100 affiliated language education organizations, TESOL truly is an international association for those teaching the English language as a second or foreign language.

The Executive Director of TESOL is responsible for growing the reputation, influence and membership of the organization. He/she works closely with the Board of Directors and oversees the implementation of all policies and actions of TESOL, including the administration of services, programs, products, and operations. The Executive Director is also responsible for management of TESOL’s 19.5 staff members and budget of $5.3 million.

The successful candidate must have an advanced degree, preferably with a PhD or EdD. He/she will also have at least 5 years of executive-level experience in a professional membership association, or relevant organization. A Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation and bi- or multilingualism are pluses, but not required. The Executive Director should have and understanding of the breadth, depth, and impact of the English language teaching profession or similar profession, at educational levels from pre-primary through post-secondary. He/she must be a change agent who demonstrates respect for legacy and the ability to build upon recent successes. The Executive Director needs to be an effective communicator, and have experience working efficiently and inclusively with multicultural and multilingual constituents. He/she is one of the key spokespersons for the Association, both internally and externally. Further, the Executive Director must have substantive financial management experience, a history of developing nondues revenue, a track record of implementing and assessing a multi-year strategic plan, and experience with creating and developing diverse and inclusive environments for staff, association members and other stakeholders.

TESOL International Association seeks candidates who show a strong commitment to TESOL’s mission and profession, who are respected and trusted leaders, who have an ability to think strategically and tactically, and who can execute decisions while maintaining multicultural and multilingual understanding and sensitivity.

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Senior Director of Meeting & Events,
Auto Care Association

Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist the Auto Care Association recruit a Senior Director of Meeting & Events. With 500,000 businesses in the auto care industry nationwide, the Auto Care Association is the voice of this $300 billion plus industry. They provide advocacy, education, networking, technology, market intelligence and communications resources to serve the interests of their members.

The Senior Director is responsible for directing Auto Care Association’s largest revenue-generating program, the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX), as well as the Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW). He/she will manage trade show budgets, work with external co-owners and vendors, develop marketing strategies, and ensure exhibitions support the association’s strategic plan.

The successful candidate will have a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of ten years’ experience, with at least five years of employee management experience. He/she must have experience managing a trade show, and international trade show and event experience is a plus. Additionally, the candidate must be a demonstrated leader and team builder. He/she should have excellent communication skills, be a creative problem solver, and be able to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Furthermore, the candidate should possess excellent negotiating skills, and have experience creating and maintaining a budget. CEM and CMP certification will also be considered favorable, but is not required.

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Senior Director, Policy,
Conference of State Bank Supervisors

Vetted Solutions has been retained to assist the Conference of State Bank Supervisors recruit for Senior Director, Policy. This position is to be located in Washington D.C..

CSBS is the nationwide association of financial regulators from all 50 states, the District of Colombia, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. For more than a century, the Conference of State Bank Supervisors has been the professional association of state officials responsible for chartering, regulating and supervising the nation’s state-chartered banks, state-licensed branches, and agencies of foreign banks.

The Senior Director, Policy is responsible for staff support for the public policy development process of member state financial regulators. The position requires high-level interaction with state and federal banking and financial regulators to support state/federal coordination and to achieve the association’s goals. He/She will also support the work of the regulatory policy committee and other relevant committees, task forces, and working groups of CSBS.

The successful candidate will have earned a bachelor’s degree. Candidates who have secured an advanced degree are highly desired. A minimum of 10 years of relevant experience working at a bank regulatory agency, trade association, or financial institution are required. Additionally, experience interpreting, analyzing, and assessing bank regulations, statutes, and other documents is requisite.

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Chief Operating Officer (COO),
Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards

For more than three decades, the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards (CFP Board) has worked to promote the value of professional, competent and ethical financial planning services, through a CFP® certification program based around education, examination, experience and ethics. This respected 501(c)(3) organization, based in Washington, D.C., seeks a Chief Operating Officer (COO) to partner with the CEO and Executive Leadership Team to ensure the organization delivers on its value proposition.

The COO will report to the CFP Board Chief Executive Officer and will directly oversee the Communications, Professional Practice and Human Resource functions. The COO will work closely with the Director of Communications to ensure a strong communications/public relations strategy that includes a $10 million public awareness campaign; the Managing Director, Professional Practice to ensure sound certification operations; and the Director, Human Resources to drive an overall approach to recruiting, retaining and developing talent. He or she also will be an active member of the Executive Leadership Team (ELT).

The ideal candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree and at least 10-15 years of experience in association or nonprofit management with senior level experience in certification, communications/public relations and/or human resources. An advanced degree is a plus, as is a Certified Association Executive (CAE). The CFP Board seeks a consummate professional who inspires others through consistently high performance and adherence to the core values and principles that guide the organization. He or she will be a collaborative team player, admired and respected for integrity and candor; he or she will be a practical, results-oriented analytical thinker, with exceptional communications and organizational skills. Demonstrated success in working closely and effectively with a CEO, members of an executive leadership and a Board of Directors is a valuable asset.

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Vice President of Public Policy (VP-PP),
Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards

For more than three decades, the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards (CFP Board) has worked to promote the value of professional, competent and ethical financial planning services, through a CFP® certification program based around education, examination, experience and ethics. This respected 501(c)(3) organization, based in Washington, D.C., seeks a Vice President of Public Policy (VP-PP) to influence policy outcomes related to the delivery of financial services that benefit the public. The VP-PP will serve as an important member of the CFP Board’s executive leadership team, and will represent the organization with legislators, regulators and other individuals and entities engaged in the public policy process.

The VP-PP must be able to operate effectively on both the strategic and tactical levels. This individual will advocate for policy that benefits the public and increases access for all to competent and ethical financial planning. He or she will develop appropriate operating budgets, hire consultants, manage the expenditures plan, and organize and support the activities of various volunteer committees. The position represents the CFP Board on several coalitions – playing a leadership role when necessary. The VP-PP will report to the Chief Executive Officer and will directly oversee the Public Policy Counsel.

The ideal candidate will have an advanced degree; a JD is a plus. He or she must have a demonstrable record of achieving results on public policy matters in the legislative and regulatory arenas at the federal and state levels. A sound analytical capability, good judgment, a collaborative approach and a strong operational and implementation focus are desired. The ideal candidate will be an energetic, goal-oriented individual with a creative, forward-looking perspective as well as strong writing skills.

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Vice President, Marketing & Communications,
National Sleep Foundation

The National Sleep Foundation (NSF), located in Arlington, VA, is dedicated to improving health and well-being through sleep education and advocacy. Founded in 1990 by the leaders in sleep medicine, NSF is the trusted resource for sleep science, healthy sleep habits, and sleep disorders to medical professionals, patients and the public.

This is an exciting time for NSF since awareness of sleep health and safety is at record levels and interest in their programs, research, and services continues to grow. In addition to sleep technology products and innovations, major corporate workplaces recognize the role of sleep in employee productivity, engagement, and safety. Further, the public now seeks information to better understand the role of sleep in their overall health plan. In fact, NSF’s “sleepfoundation.org” is the #1 Google search ranking for “sleep.”

The Vice President of Marketing & Communications will provide leadership and management for an integrated strategic marketing and communications plan to advance NSF’s brand identity, broaden awareness of its programs and priorities, and increase the visibility of its programs across key stakeholder audiences. As a vital member of the leadership team, the Vice President’s responsibilities will include messaging, promotion, advertising, and industry/market/members insights and trends. Additionally, the Vice President will provide oversight for NSF’s website properties, including sleepfoundation.org, sleep.org, drowsydriving.org, and others.

Leveraging a broad range of programs and organizational assets, the position will develop, promote, and oversee corporate sponsorship activities, which includes building relationships with corporate representatives. As a C-level executive, the Vice President will lead and manage a staff team in these functional areas.

The successful candidate will be able to provide vision and critical strategic direction-setting for Marketing and Communications functions aligned with NSF’s overall objectives, goals, and priorities. Envisioning new opportunities and ideas will be encouraged. NSF’s organizational personality is bold and often takes a “first mover” position. The organization seeks team members who thrive on the cutting edge of research, science, and technology. NSF’s staff team culture likes to think out of the box and is very business-minded (profit and loss ownership).

Additional experience and qualifications include:

• Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, or related field is required.
• Minimum 5 years experience in senior management role, either in-house or with an agency.
• Solid foundation of traditional marketing, branding, communications, and public relations background, with ability to implement experimental and new trends, as appropriate.
• Demonstrated experience leading and managing a comprehensive strategic marketing and communications plan and program to advance an organization’s brand and goals.
• Extensive successful writing and editing experience (externally focused) with a variety of print and online communications media.
• Creative and thoughtful in how new media technologies can be utilized.

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Vice President, Programs & Government Affairs,
National Sleep Foundation

The National Sleep Foundation (NSF), located in Arlington, VA, is dedicated to improving health and well-being through sleep education and advocacy. Founded in 1990 by the leaders in sleep medicine, NSF is the trusted resource for sleep science, healthy sleep habits, and sleep disorders to medical professionals, patients and the public.

This is an exciting time for NSF since awareness of sleep health and safety is at record levels and interest in their programs, research, and services continues to grow. In addition to sleep technology products and innovations, major corporate workplaces recognize the role of sleep in employee productivity, engagement, and safety. Further, the public now seeks information to better understand the role of sleep in their overall health plan. In fact, NSF’s “sleepfoundation.org” is the #1 Google search ranking for “sleep.”

The Vice President of Programs & Government Affairs will be responsible for leading and managing NSF’s research, education, technology, and government affairs programs. This executive level position will have multi-functional responsibilities for key programmatic areas. The Vice President will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for the programs’ planning, development, execution, and achievement of goals.

Overseeing a broad range of highly visible and popular research, education, and consumer sleep technology programs and events, the Vice President will play an important role in achieving organizational goals. Government Affairs responsibilities will be focused on developing strategies and agendas to advocate for sleep health across all levels of government. As a C-level executive, the Vice President will lead and manage a staff team in these functional areas.

The successful candidate will be able to provide vision and critical strategic direction-setting for Programs and Government Affairs functions aligned with NSF’s overall objectives, goals, and priorities. Envisioning new opportunities and ideas will be encouraged. NSF’s organizational personality is bold and often takes a “first mover” position. The organization seeks team members who thrive on the cutting edge of research, science, and technology. NSF’s staff team culture likes to think out of the box and is very business-minded (profit and loss ownership).

Additional experience and qualifications include:

• Bachelor’s degree in health/medical field, education, association/nonprofit management, business or related field is required. Advanced degree is highly desirable.
• Background in medical or health-related society, relevant government, public health, research or academic organization is highly desirable.
• Minimum 5 years experience in middle or senior management role, with program direction and management, project and budget management responsibilities.
• Experience with the development and management of education programs, content, and resources for professionals, policymakers, industry, and the public is highly desirable.
• Background working with Continuing Medical Education (C.M.E.) program development and delivery very helpful.
• Experience working with scientific or medical research programs and researchers, especially in an area with complex ideas, concepts, and data very helpful.
• Experience with government affairs and/or public policy responsibilities, with a focus on education of policymakers and leveraging organizational content and research.

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Chief Digital Strategy Officer,
American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA)

Digital technology. No other discipline poses greater challenge, greater promise or greater opportunity for any progressive organization – or ambitious individual.

Vetted Solutions is looking for an experienced, dynamic expert in all aspects of the digital world to help take one of the leading professional medical associations to the next level of service and performance. The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) seeks a Chief Digital Strategy Officer (CDSO) to serve as a valued member of the executive leadership team, working closely with the association’s directors, CEO and Administrative Council to develop and implement a digital strategy supporting ASA’s ambitious plans to continue improving its value to members, the medical profession and society at large.

The CDSO will be a gifted conceptual thinker as well as a highly proficient manager, effective administrator and gifted mentor. He or she will lead the design and implementation of a comprehensive strategy for developing education, publication and digital products and digitally based services that meet the evolving needs of members. In this role, he or she will oversee the Digital Strategy Division (including Education, Information Technology, and Publications and Digital Content). Equally important, he or she must work as a valued partner and trusted guide to ASA colleagues in innovative, effective use of digital technology both to produce diverse products and services important to members, and to build ever-stronger relationships with members. For the right individual, this position offers a career opportunity with the potential for considerable future growth, expanding leadership responsibilities and the professional and personal rewards that come with them.

The ideal candidate will have a master’s degree in a discipline relevant to the position requirements, as well as a minimum of 15 years of experience and proven accomplishment, preferably with a large medical of scientific non-profit organization. He or she also must have at least five years of experience working at the director level. Evidence of noteworthy accomplishment in strategic planning and implementation across a complex organization is essential. The CDSO must be able to function effectively with peers, subordinate and superiors, building effective positive working relationships based on professional competence, demonstrated leadership skills and personal attributes reflecting the high standards and values of ASA. Personal tact, diplomacy, effective communication skills, persuasive capabilities and thorough understanding of organizational (notably association) dynamics are key characteristics of ASA leadership.

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