Global Non-Profit

Red Sea’s Global Non-profit Practice provides senior level retained executive search to a distinguished group of Non-profit organizations. The ‘Third Sector’ is going through an incredibly turbulent time, and our mission is to provide solutions to this sector as it goes through this season of change. We look to improve the effectiveness of Non-profit organizations, establishing mutually beneficial and long-term relationships with each of our clients. We believe that great leaders make great organizations that in turn help change the world.

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Our consultants bring third sector experience to all sectors within the UK and International markets. Non-profit client’s range across cultural organizations, development and civil society, social service organizations, conservation, wildlife, and trade association, and charity foundations and educational organizations. Practice members have recruited the CEOs to many large regional and national organizations and work with a select group of international Non-profit organisations.

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The Global Non Profit practice consists of industry specialists, many of whom have spent their entire careers working in the third sector and/or assisting nonprofits with executive search at Senior Leadership, CEO and Board level.

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Does Samia Suluhu Hassan have the potential to unite a polarised Tanzania and lead the country towards improved development?

The contradictory legacy of John Magufuli For two weeks at the beginning of March 2021, Tanzania’s president John Magufuli went missing amid rumours that he was suffering from Covid-19, which

Does Samia Suluhu Hassan have the potential to unite a polarised Tanzania and lead the country towards improved development?

The contradictory legacy of John Magufuli For two weeks at the beginning of March 2021, Tanzania’s president John Magufuli went missing amid rumours that he was suffering from Covid-19, which

The challenges and developments within Africa – a conversation with Red Sea Executive Search’s African Researcher Linda Walsh.

What are the developments in the international development sector within Africa that you find particularly exciting? ‘The government of Kenya are proposing that Children do not have to repeat an

30×30, the HAC for Nature and People Initiative begins to address the need to recognise Indigenous Knowledge.

Reduced Biodiversity – ‘as big a threat to humans as climate change’ The natural world is under attack, its diverse species continue to disappear at a rate not seen before