What is Organizational learning and creativity?

Vice President, Marketing and Communications–Mercy Corps  February 13, 2013 – 11:07 pm
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Location:
Portland, Ore.

Organization:
Mercy Corps helps people turn the crises they confront into the opportunities they deserve. Driven by local needs, we provide communities in the world’s toughest places – places like Afghanistan, Haiti, and Somalia – with the tools and support they need to transform their own lives.

Program/Department Summary:
Resource Development (RD) staff work in three main areas: 1) raising private funds and cultivating and maintaining relationships with private donors; 2) defining the agency’s brand, raising our public profile and sharing stories about our work by engaging with the media, the public, and our supporters and producing a wide range of online and offline communications; and 3) teaching visitors to our Portland Action Center about issues of global poverty and engaging them in efforts to end it.

The RD team includes several dozen dynamic professionals who possess a wide range of skills. We are database managers, web developers, online marketers and public relations experts. We are writers, designers, photographers and teachers. We are fundraisers with expertise in direct response, online, community, major gift and corporate giving. We are specialists in fundraising analysis, stewardship, prospecting and customer service. Most of all, we are passionate about Mercy Corps’ mission and dedicated to supporting our worldwide team that’s improving the lives of 19 million people in more than 40 countries.

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