Closing the Leadership Gap by Improving Millennial Recruitment Strategies

How is your nonprofit organization developing millennial leaders for senior-level opportunities in the Jewish sector?

With C-suite vacancies on the rise and the recent news that millennials have now surpassed Gen-Xers as the largest generation in the American workforce, the impending leadership gap is something that no organization can afford to ignore.

One of our recent placements Gali Cooks, executive director of Leading Edge, said it best in a recent op-ed in eJewish Philanthropy, “We have to create workplaces that attract the many talented young Jews who consider a career in our sector, but ultimately choose a different path because they perceive a lack of value in working at Jewish nonprofits.”

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About Sarah Waldbott

Sarah Waldbott comes to DRG as an Associate with a background in the Jewish communal sector. She has worked with a variety of nonprofit organizations in New York and Metro Detroit in both professional and volunteer capacities. Over the years, she has honed her skills in development and philanthropy, community organizing, and advocacy.

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