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The buildingcommunityWORKSHOP is a Texas-based nonprofit community design center seeking to improve the livabilityand viability of communities through the practice of thoughtful design and making.
Florida International University College of Communication, Architecture + The Arts is seeking a visiting, non-tenure earning, 12-month faculty appointment to serve as Executive Director to lead the new Miami Urban Future Initiative, a collaboration with world leading urbanist Dr. Richard Florida and the leading research firm, The Creative Class Group.
CoLab is seeking an individual with relevant interests and expertise to spearhead knowledge capture and production, including mapping and analysis, with respect to development without displacement work in the Bronx, as part of a yearlong Equitable Development project
ULI has an exciting new program to promote more equitable access to parks, open space, and nature, and investment in park enhancing and supporting infrastructure.
The Associate Director, Technology, Data and Smart Cities Solutions and Partnerships will be a key member of the Solution Development and Innovation Team which is part of the 100 Resilient Cities’ City Solutions team. S/he will help identify, develop and manage solutions for use in member cities working on improving and integrating technology into their resilience initiatives; lead global partnership opportunities within the technology sector; and offer direct subject matter experience to cities looking to better understand the role technology can and should play in their resilience efforts.
Poised to achieve new levels of public recognition, the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) is seeking a visionary, strategic, and seasoned leader to shepherd the organization by establishing an engaging programmatic strategy and successful operating model to sustain MAD over the coming decades. MAD has reached a critical juncture in its development into a mature and professional organization.
The Richard H. Driehaus Museum (“Museum”) seeks an experienced, exceptional and visionary Executive Director to lead its growing institution. The Executive Director will serve as the leader for the Museum’s distinctive legacy, while expanding its impact on current and future generations.
The Fab Lab Specialist oversees all aspects of the daily operation and use of BADM’s Fab Lab, including ordering, prep, organizing, and technical support and contributes to conversations on long-term vision and strategy.
Reporting to the board of trustees, the executive director is the chief executive of a 27-person staff in its mission of advancing the preservation and revitalization of New Orleans’ historic architecture and neighborhoods while offering preservation as a key driver of economic development in the region.