A few months ago we began the search process to find the next director for University Neighborhood Partners. A committee made up of various stakeholder groups was formed to identify an individual who embodies the skills and the dispositions that our staff, board, and community members saw as most critical for the person who will ultimately fulfill this role. Since that time a committee reviewed applications, interviewed a number of candidates, and selected three phenomenal individuals who will spend a day to present their vision and to interview with the staff, advisory board, partners, and community groups that represent UNP. We are very grateful to the search committee for their time and thoughtful effort in this process.
The final three candidates are listed below. Please review their resumes to learn more by clicking on their names:
Most importantly, we hope you will make yourself available to meet these candidates and help guide the final selection. The presentations will occur on Monday, May 6 (Jennifer Mayer-Glenn); Thursday, May 9 (Tony Mastracci); and on Monday, May 13 (Abdulkhaliq Mohamed). The candidates will present to various groups at designated times. The following times and locations are open for all stakeholders to attend. There will be opportunity to submit your feedback online after attending.
|9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.||Candidate Presentation – Q & A||All Stakeholders||Glendale Mountain View Community Learning Center|
|1388 Navajo Street|
|1:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.||Community Constituents Interview||Community Groups||Glendale Library|
|1375 S Concord Street – Meeting Room A|
See the original job posting/description here.