Please welcome Matt Phillips as NAFCM’s new executive director. Matt’s most recent role was the director of the Volunteers of America Dispute Resolution Center in Everett, Washington, where Matt grew the program budget from $300,000 to over $1 million annually. He was also the Chair-person for the Resolution Washington’s state-wide legislative committee that was involved in raising over $12 million for conflict resolution in Washington State. In addition to his entrepreneurial and innovative fundraising skills, Matt has strong member relations skills, is very knowledgeable about community mediation and has vast skills which he will utilize to serve NAFCM member needs.
The Board of Directors of NAFCM is thrilled to be entering into a vibrant new phase in our development. The robust response we received to our job announcement is a testimonial to the growth of NAFCM and the relevance and value the organization has for its members. Matt is full of energy, skill and knowledge and NAFCM Board members are ready to roll up our sleeves to work with Matt advance the critical work of community mediation. Please contact Matt at email@example.com .
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