On behalf of our client, Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners, CohenTaylor Executive Search Services is conducting a retained executive search for its Executive Director.

November 27, 2019    

For 40 years, Interfaith Outreach has been serving struggling families and individuals in the Twin Cities west metro. The organization rallies resources and ignites the community to ensure all families live their best lives, all children succeed, and the entire region prospers. For four decades, Interfaith Outreach has engaged cross-sector community partnerships in delivery of family support, food, housing and neighborhoods, education and youth, employment, and transportation services that open doors to new and hopeful futures. It has envisioned a community in which every person who shows up finds a heartfelt welcome and invitation to be part of a community becoming the best version of itself: aware, positioned for collaborative action, with systems at work for mutually beneficial outcomes, and with prosperity for all. Across sectors and systems, Interfaith Outreach works together with its partners in concrete and visible ways to give form to that vision.

Interfaith Outreach is currently seeking a dynamic and visionary leader to guide the organization through its next phase of maturity. As only the second Executive Director in Interfaith Outreach’s 40-year history, this leader has an incredible opportunity to continue to expand Interfaith Outreach’s innovative partnerships and holistic programming to help those most in need in the western suburbs.

The Executive Director is charged with ensuring the organization's stability, financial health, vibrancy, and innovation within a constantly changing environment while also honoring the legacy leader’s 40-year history and achievements. The ideal candidate will be an imaginative and engaged leader who will set a well-defined and distinct vision for Interfaith Outreach, building infrastructure and systems as well as strong relationships that unite community members across sectors.