|Responsibilities||• Manage tasks related to a number of different Executive Education training programs (Leadership Institute, Senior NGO Leader Development Program, India Program Training, China programs, and others). This includes marketing communication (web, email, reaching out to clients), curriculum development, engagement of faculty who present in programs, conference logistics (travel, venue rental, participant support, technology support), and follow up including alumni interaction. |
• Provide administrative support and technical expertise (research methods and analysis) for sponsored applied research and evaluation projects for clients such as Save the Children, Amnesty International, Near East Foundation.
• Provide administrative support to the Moynihan Institute’s Transnational NGO Initiative that includes TNGO practitioner speaker series, visiting fellows, graduate student working groups, and capstone projects.
• Provide coordination support for NGO networks engagement (Interaction, NGO change group, LINGO) that market the School and help us develop client relationships.
• Manage and supervise the work of support team, graduate assistants, and volunteers who assist with training research and evaluation programs.
• Other duties as assigned
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