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US Team

Doc Hendley Founder & President

Doc Hendley

Founder & President

David Cuthbert CEO

David Cuthbert

CEO

Madi Barker Development Manager

Madi Barker

Development Manager

Katy Cook Administrative Director

Katy Cook

Administrative Director

Josh Elliott International Operations Director

Josh Elliott

International Operations Director

Jason English Spiritual Development Director

Jason English

Spiritual Development Director

Sarah Herbert Administrative & Intern Coordinator

Sarah Herbert

Administrative & Intern Coordinator

Shane Hillman Program Development Manager

Shane Hillman

Program Development Manager

Kaylie Kushmer Volunteer Coordinator

Kaylie Kushmer

Volunteer Coordinator

Lisa Merritt Volunteer Programs Director

Lisa Merritt

Volunteer Programs Director

Tina M. Owen Director of Fund Development

Tina M. Owen

Director of Fund Development

David Schroeder Communications Director

David Schroeder

Communications Director

 

International Staff

Jhonny Anderson Amazon National Program Manager

Jhonny Anderson

Amazon National Program Manager

Radhames Carela Dominican Republic National Program Manager

Radhames Carela

Dominican Republic National Program Manager

Roshani Karki Nepal National Program Manager

Roshani Karki

Nepal National Program Manager

Savuth Lo Cambodia National Program Manager

Savuth Lo

Cambodia National Program Manager

Current Openings

 

Donor Relations Coordinator

Location: Wine To Water Office - Boone, NC

Position: Staff, Development Department

Time Commitment: TBD, 25-40 hours/week

The Donor Relations Coordinator works closely with the WTW Development Team to create an efficient and personalized donor stewardship program. The goal of the WTW Development Team is to not only increase our effectiveness in fundraising, but to improve development efforts that will build a community of supporters who are connected to WTW through meaningful relationships.

The Donor Relations Coordinator manages the donor database to improve data systems that enhance and personalize fundraising at WTW with a high level of accuracy. The Coordinator will work closely with WTW staff and interns to coordinate activities of the Development Team including fundraising appeals, event logistics, and communications.

Preferred Bachelor’s degree and 3+ years experience in non-profit, fundraising and/or database management. The ideal candidate requires a high level of integrity and an ability to work in a small team environment.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
CRM Data Entry

  • Management of data entry for donor and lead contact information
  • Management of gift entry and the donor acknowledgement process
  • Reconciliation of donations with Administrative staff

Data & Reporting Analysis

  • Analysis of donor information to identify trends, major donors, and track results
  • Development of database systems to improve segmentation of donors and leads
  • Preparation of donor and prospect lists for events, communications, staff, and board
  • Standardization of routine donor, prospect and gift reports
  • Monitor and report on fundraising and team metrics

Events, Email Marketing & Appeal Support

  • Manage contract details and logistics with corporate events
  • Assist with the coordination of fundraising appeals
  • Coordination of e-vites, e-news lists, and maintenance with e-communications software
  • Handling event logistics for donor events and the annual Chapter Summit
  • Assisting with other Development and office duties as needed

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Excellent writing, editing, presentation, and communication skills
  • Sufficient in Google Drive & Microsoft Suite
  • Positive Attitude, Detail Oriented, and Organized

KEY QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires superior attention to detail, advanced technology and information management skills, an exemplary communication and customer service personality plus an ability to oversee multiple donor stewardship projects.

ORGANIZATIONAL VALUES: WTW is committed to growing in community in support of its strategic plan. In this regard, many processes and ways we do our work is being enhanced and developed to reach the targets and goals of the organization. Each staff member will be a critical member of this development. Even so, more importantly than even what we do is how we do it. The team at Wine To Water is fully committed to working interdependently, leveraging the strengths and input of everyone in a selfless and innovative way. In support of these efforts, a successful staff member will contribute to the team by dedicating him/herself to listen, understand, contribute, and work diligently with the highest standards of trust and respect. Being a positive team member is the most critical part of being a part of the WTW family. The staff member should demonstrate a passion for people and must believe in the core values of the organization. The staff member must also exhibit good judgment, be task oriented and results driven in order to encourage a positive team culture that fosters growth.

This is a fun and supportive team environment with an incredible non-profit organization based in Boone, NC!

 
 

International Program Manager

Location: Dominican Republic, Cambodia, East Africa, Amazon, Nepal
Position: Fellowship, Full-Time
Time Commitment: 1 Year

Reporting to the International Operations Director, the IPM will be responsible to assist in program planning, finance, implementation, reporting, monitoring & evaluation and all other mission objectives within a designated country or region. Additionally, the IPM will act as liaison for WTW Intl in their community and with partners and other NGO’s in the specific territory. All functions and program initiatives will be carried out in coordination with the National Program Manager (NPM) to ensure greatest impact is being achieved for the specific program and within the budgets of a territory. Additionally, the IPM will work in the spirit of interdependence, innovation, and growth to ensure Wine To Water meets its strategic objectives.

Responsibilities:
• Manage International Office(s) for designated territory including additional staff & interns
• Network with local organizations to build rapport and strengthen local relationships
• Manage territorial relationships in support of WTW initiatives

Support NPM in:

  • Identifying and vetting WaSH initiatives in support of WTW’s mission
  • Submission of program proposals and all monthly and quarterly reports in accordance with WTW International Operations SOP
  • Creating, submitting, and managing operational and program budgets for responsible territory(s) in accordance with WTW Intl
  • Submission of media and stories for external promotion to WTW Comms Director weekly
  • Oversight of field operations for approved programs by coordinating with community leaders and government offices
  • Assist Volunteer Director in setting up volunteer trips to territory and assist in hosting or host volunteers on behalf of WTW
  • Research available grants for WaSH in territory and write grant applications with a goal of at least $50K per year in grant awards

Requirements:

  • Excellent writing, editing, presentation, and communication skills
  • Sufficient in Google Drive & Microsoft Suite
  • Positive Attitude, Detail Oriented, and Organized
  • Excellent project management skills
  • Ability to create and manage an operating budget and report accordingly
  • Ability to interact and host volunteers in support of WTW’s mission

Key Qualifications:
WTW is committed to growing in community in support of its strategic plan. In this regard, many processes and ways we do our work is being enhanced and developed to reach the targets and goals of the organization. The IPM will be a critical member of this development. Even so, more importantly than even what we do is how we do it. The team at Wine To Water is fully committed to working interdependently, leveraging the strengths and input of everyone in a selfless and innovative way. In support of these efforts, a successful IPM will contribute to the team by dedicating him/herself to listen, understand, contribute, and work diligently with the highest standards of trust and respect. Being a positive team member is the most critical part of being a part of the WTW family. The IPM should demonstrate a passion for people and must believe in the core values of the organization. The IPM must also exhibit good judgment, be task oriented and results driven in order to encourage a positive team culture that fosters growth.