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The Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF), founded in 1980, is the national non-profit organization dedicated to improving the diagnosis, treatment and quality of life of people with primary immunodeficiency diseases (PI) through advocacy, education and research.
Reports To: President & CEO
Position(s) Supervised: Three
FLSA Classification: Exempt
The National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF) is the leading health organization dedicated to preventing osteoporosis and broken bones, promoting strong bones for life and reducing human suffering through programs of public and clinician awareness, education, advocacy and research. Its highly respected Executive Director/CEO is retiring after eight years and NOF seeks an exceptional, charismatic and effective successor to build upon its past and successfully lead it into the future in fulfilling its mission.
How would you like to come into work every day and know that your efforts are directly impacting the 42 million American women living with or at risk of heart disease? At WomenHeart, you can!
The Director, Communications, is responsible for all aspects of communications, marketing, corporate deliverables, and is accountable for tracking, measuring and reporting milestones and accomplishments in these areas.
The American Osteopathic Association serves as the professional home for more than 129,000 osteopathic physicians and medical students in the U.S. In the US, only 2 degrees are allowed to be recognized as fully licensed physicians, DO or an MD. The DO degree is conferred upon a medical student who attended a College of Osteopathic Medicine, which is an educational medical training based on the philosophy that all systems of the human body are interrelated, each working with the other to heal in times of illness. This whole-person approach to care was pioneered by Andrew Taylor Still, MD,