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Effective, engaged leadership is critical to the success of any organization. Realize’s executive search and consulting services can help develop your leadership team. Take a look at our current opportunities and a portfolio of leaders we matched with progressive organizations.

  • Community Evolution Foundation is seeking a Program Manager

    The Community Evolution Foundation is seeking an experienced Program Manager to lead their administrative and operational systems and develop a model for community development that is replicable, scalable, and measurable, and can help assess their impact.

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  • Chimo Community Services is seeking an Executive Director

    Chimo Community Services is seeking an Executive Director to provide overall leadership to advance Chimo’s strategic and operational direction, workplace culture, and stakeholder relationships.

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  • The Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver is seeking an Addictions Supervisor

    The Elizabeth Fry Society of Greater Vancouver is seeking an Addictions Supervisor to join their team to manage their Ellendale residence that provides a continuum of addictions care including detox, structured support and stabilization recovery, and intensive treatment.

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BC Co-op Association was seeking a Program Manager

Successfully Hired

Lisa Furfaro was selected to be the next Program Manager for the BC Co-op Association. Lisa is passionate about the co-operative model and sharing the co-operative principles and values with others. She has been managing the Co-operative Young Leaders program and working with the All 4 Each educational outreach program at the Ontario Co-op Association. She has also previously worked with Meridian Credit Union and the Co-operators, and is currently pursuing a Master of Management degree in Co-operatives and Credit Unions through Saint Mary’s University.

The University Women's Club of Vancouver was seeking a General Manager

Successfully Hired

Brad Bell was selected to be the next General Manager for the University Women’s Club of Vancouver. Brad has spent his career working as Food and Beverage Manager and Club House Manager at various tennis and golf clubs first in Alberta and now in the Lower Mainland of BC. He is dedicated to working in the private club profession and is one of the Pacific Branch Board Members for the Canadian Society of Club Managers. He demonstrated his passion for working with members to enhance their experience and showed creativity in his vision for the Club.

North Island Crisis and Counselling Centre Society was seeking an Executive Director

Successfully Hired

Cheryl Zaw was selected to be the next Executive Director for North Island Crisis and Counselling Centre Society. Cheryl demonstrated a passion to provide leadership for non-profit organizations and brings 15 years of experience serving at-risk populations with a focus on partnering with indigenous communities to the role. Committed to solutions, she sees the challenges of non-profit organizations as opportunities to innovate. Among Cheryl’s top priorities are ending homelessness and providing proactive supports to children and youth who experience trauma.