The Director of Leadership Gifts oversees and supervises activities focused on securing gifts of $1,500 and above from individuals for KQED under portfolio management. That includes direct supervision of the Director of Individual Major Gifts, San Francisco Region, Director of Individual Major Gifts, South Bay Region, Director of Individual Major Gifts, Peninsula Region, Associate Director of Individual Major Gifts for the East Bay.
The Director also maintains a personal portfolio of up to 100 donors who are among KQED’s most significant individual supporters with a focus on annual asks of $10,000 or more. This position averages approximately 8 visits each month meeting face-to-face with current and prospective donors, as well as volunteers. Provides direction and support to the President and CEO, Vice President, Development, Senior Director and key volunteers in cultivating and soliciting gifts for unrestricted funding as well as assigned projects/topic areas. Assumes lead responsibility to create and implement strategies to cultivate, solicit and steward gifts to Campaign 21 from donors in their portfolio in collaboration with the Senior Director, Director, Campaign 21 and Vice President, Development and President.
Other essential duties as assigned by Senior Director, Development. [5%]
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Total Employees: 4
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Whether you’re single, married, have children, are in a domestic partnership or anything in between, we have you covered. Employees at KQED enjoy a family-friendly workplace offering 20 days of paid time off, 11 paid holidays, paid parental leave, family medical leave benefits, comprehensive health/vision/dental and commuter benefits as well as a 403(b) with employer match. KQED encourages diversity, openness and offers training to support personal and professional development. In addition, we are proud to offer Employee Resource Groups, wellness programs as well as free KQED membership.
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