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Jessica Claire
  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Professional Summary
Results driven and bottom-line oriented CEO with more than 20 years of progressive management experience in public, private and non-profit sectors. Extensive experience in delivering mission-driven results. Eighteen years of experience in all operational aspects of a not-for-profit business including twelve years as President and Chief Professional Officer. Strong finance, operations and grant management expertise. Practical knowledge and experience in strategic planning, community relations, education, diversity management and cultural competency. Strategic Planning Grantmaking/ Grant Program Design Community Outreach/ Community Development Program Design, Implementation, Evaluation Public Policy Development/ Advocacy Relationship/ Partnership Cultivation Fund Development Media, Public Relations
Core Qualifications
  • Guest services
  • Inventory control procedures
  • Merchandising expertise
  • Loss prevention
  • Cash register operations
  • Product promotions
Experience
President & CEO, 10/2007 - Current
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center , MA,
  • Affiliate Chief Executive of a community-based non-profit organization with a mission of empowering people of color to achieve economic self-reliance, parity and civil rights, through action-oriented public policy, research, direct service programs and principled advocacy.
  • Responsible for forging innovative business opportunities and alliances, and management of $700K budget, staff of 15, Board of 16 and over 75 volunteers, serving 2,000 individuals annually.
  • Increased unrestricted funds through program and event revenue.
  • Implemented signature fundraising and event, netting $500K of unrestricted revenue over seven years, and providing a major public relations opportunity for the League.
  • Streamlined operational budget by more than 30%.
  • Spearheaded update of organization's strategic plan.
  • Oversaw expansion of educational enrichment initiative to include two middle schools in two school districts, an afterschool academic enrichment and summer program, a parental engagement component, cultural competency professional development training for educators, and revenue generating contracts for supplemental education services.
  • Expanded continuum of youth programs through high school, focused on character development, mentoring, STEM curriculum, and digital literacy.
  • Expanded media and press visibility of League Led creation of Health Equity Consortium and development of state strategic plan for health equity and the elimination of health disparities in the State of Delaware, partnering with the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Minority Health.
Director, 01/2007 - 10/2007
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  • University Events and Ceremonies Developed and implemented creation of department of events and ceremonies for the state of Delaware's only historically Black institution of higher education.
  • Responsible for planning and implementation of major traditional and special events for the University, including but not limited to Founder's Day, convocation, homecoming, building dedications, presidential special events and addresses, receptions, fundraising events, donor recognition events and holiday celebrations.
  • Responsible for event plans, venue booking, venue ticket Deborah T.
  • Claire Page 2 of 3 sales, budgets, scripts, schedules, items to order, guest lists, publicity, invitations, print and web materials and news releases.
  • Served as University's protocol officer.
  • Represented the University at town, state, and regional events as requested by the Vice President of Institutional Advancement or the President.
  • Identified opportunities for the University to be represented, or a participant in key statewide or regional events.
  • Managed the community relations sponsorship budget and process for community events.
  • Maintained gifting program for VIPs and special guests, and ensured a top tier experience in visits the University for VIPs.
President & CEO, 01/2001 - 01/2006
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center , ,
  • Affiliate chief executive officer of non-profit organization with a mission of empowering African Americans, other minorities and low-income individuals to enter the economic and social mainstream, targeting education and youth development, economic self-sufficiency, diversity and inclusion and advocacy.
  • Responsible for management of $1.4M budget, staff of 21, Board of 12 and over 75 volunteers, serving 1,500 individuals annually.
  • Sponsored two major, annual fundraising events with combined attendance of over 1,000 and revenues exceeding $100,000.
  • Realized a 45% increase in League budget over a 5 year span, brokered the purchase of the building housing the Child Development Center, negotiated contracts with Head Start, and the launch of a charter school for kindergarten and first grade.
  • Core program focuses included: NAEYC accredited Child Development Center and Charter School, licensed for 86, serving 200 annually, after-school and summer enrichment programs, supplemental education, parenting and youth leadership Employment services, Community Technology Center and financial literacy education Diversity and Emerging Leadership Development Initiatives Housed the Pikes Peak Support Center, community one-stop center coordinating the transition needs of 2000 relocating individuals and families displaced as a result of Hurricanes Rita and Katrina.
Vice President Community Investment, 01/1996 - 01/2001
PIKES PEAK UNITED WAY , ,
  • Developed and managed all aspects of Untied Way resource distribution, community assessment and impact evaluation, including the RFP process and allocation of $4.5M in campaign proceeds to 65 programs at 40 member health and human service agencies; Community Initiative Grants; Emergency Grants and FEMA for El Paso and Teller Counties.
  • Developed and managed grant processes for Memorial Hospital Community Fund ($300,000) and El Pomar Foundation Emergency Fund ($1 M endowment).
  • Engineered redesign of fund distribution to a capacity-driven process focused on outcomes.
  • Managed recruitment and training of 100 volunteer professionals responsible for needs assessment, stewardship review, grant making and policy formulation.
  • Created Initiative Grant, Emergency Loan and Stewardship Review programs.
  • Served as the community relations liaison to member and other community nonprofits.
  • Provided outcomes based assessment training and consulting for various non-profit organizations and community initiatives.
  • Initiated negations with City of Colorado Springs resulting in a joint grant application and review process for community nonprofits.
  • Lead a process that cultivated, developed and supported opportunities for community investment and mobilization.
  • Supported planning and execution of annual fundraising campaigns and community events.
Education
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APPLE COMPUTER, INC - Fountain, Colorado
GPA:
Status - Finance Director
Master of Arts: Organizational Management, Expected in 1997
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UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX - Colorado Springs, CO
GPA:
Status - Organizational Management
Bachelor of Arts: Economics and Business, Expected in 1987
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HOLLINS UNIVERSITY - Roanoke, VA
GPA:
Status - Economics and Business
HOLLINS ABROAD LONDON, 1985 DURHAM ACADEMY class of 1983: , Expected in
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GPA:
Status -
Professional Affiliations
Colorado Springs Leadership Institute Class of 2001 - The Center for Creative Leadership Current Wilmington Hope Commission, Board Member Trustees of Color Advisory Board Delaware Department of Education Charter School Advisory Committee Delaware MET School Board of Directors African American Empowerment Fund, Grants Committee Past Delaware State Social Action Coordinator, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Grants Committee, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., Philadelphia Affiliate The Wilmington Education Task Force State of Delaware Child Poverty Task Force Trustee, Hollins University Alumnae Board of Directors Pikes Peak Community College Advisory Board Cheyenne Mountain Zoological Society Board of Directors Colorado Springs Diversity Forum Business and Community Alliance Board of Directors - Colorado College Intel Corporation PAC Advisory Committee Pikes Peak Support Alliance Executive Committee - Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Support Operation Pikes Peak Minority Business Foundation Board of Directors Joint Initiatives for Youth and Families Board of Directors El Paso County Greenbook Grant Project Oversight Committee and member of Diversity Committee Member, Board of Directors, FEMA for El Paso and Teller Counties Member, Commission on Homelessness in Southern Colorado Citizen's Academy/ City Government 101 - Inaugural class 2001 Community- Based Learning Program Advisory Board - Colorado College Black Leadership Forum - Leadership Development Committee National Program Planning and Development Committee 2000-2004 - Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Grants Committee - Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., Colorado Springs Affiliate Nominating Committee - Girl Scouts Wagon Wheel Council Grants Committee, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., Philadelphia Affiliate Named and features as one of the "40 Achievers Under 40, Dynamic Business Leaders " by the Colorado Springs Business Journal, 2003 First recipient - Vera G. Scott Service Award - Colorado Springs Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc Nominated - 2004 Woman of Distinction - Girl Scouts Wagon Wheel Council Nominated - 2005 Community Leader - Colorado Springs Branch NAACP DTW CORE COMPENTENCIES
Skills
academic, budgets, budget, color, community relations, consulting, contracts, Department of Health, Equity, special events, Finance, financial, fundraising, funds, Grants, leadership, Leadership Development, Director, materials, mentoring, Office, 2000, needs assessment, news releases, Peak, press, processes, profit, public relations, publicity, recruitment, research, RFP, sales, scripts, strategic

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School Attended

  • APPLE COMPUTER, INC
  • UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX
  • HOLLINS UNIVERSITY

Job Titles Held:

  • President & CEO
  • Director
  • President & CEO
  • Vice President Community Investment

Degrees

  • Master of Arts
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • HOLLINS ABROAD LONDON, 1985 DURHAM ACADEMY class of 1983

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