Acts Housing, a non-profit social enterprise with a mission of empowerment through homeownership, has helped more than 2,600 families of low-to-moderate incomes to become sustainable homeowners in Milwaukee. Acts’ specialty is helping families purchase and repair vacant, vandalized, foreclosures, by providing a combination of counseling, real estate, and lending services. Families who complete the Acts program typically save at least $100-$200 monthly, while creating a foundation for their family and improving their blocks and neighborhoods.
Acts’ unique approach of supporting homeowners, which has a long-term 94% success rate, has gained the attention and support of local stakeholders and the organization is poised to greatly expand on its existing work in Milwaukee. Acts, which just completed a $2.2 million capital campaign, also just launched a fully- funded, five-year, $2.9 million initiative in Beloit, WI, with a goal of assisting 150 families to become homeowners. Increasingly, Acts is fielding requests from communities across the Midwest and other parts of the country to bring our approach to their cities. The organization anticipates additional expansion opportunities in the coming years, while greatly improving and increasing our ability to help Milwaukee renters transition to homeowners.
The Chief Development & Marketing Officer (CDMO) leads Acts’ fundraising, marketing, and program evaluation efforts with the support of what is presently a three-person department. The CDMO will develop the long-term staffing structure for the department and also be a leading voice in Acts’ expansion strategy.
The CDMO is responsible for ensuring sufficient philanthropic support for Acts to continue its aggressive path of impact growth, both for our existing offices in Milwaukee and Beloit, WI, and for potential expansion sites:
The CDMO spearheads marketing and communication efforts:
Acts’ ability to demonstrate that we utilize donations efficiently and effectively is very important to us. To accomplish this, the CDMO will oversee our program evaluation work:
The CDMO is an executive leadership position that reports to the Executive Director.
Candidates should have ten or more years of professional experience and a proven track record of managing a successful fundraising department and/or business development team. Additional background in marketing and/or impact analysis would set a candidate apart and be particularly valuable.
The position is full-time and offers competitive pay (commensurate with experience) and benefits.
Send a cover letter and resume along with salary requirements to email@example.com by October 18, 2019. Materials can be addressed to Michael Gosman, Executive Director.
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