OneWest seeks President and Chief Executive Officer

OneWest has exclusively retained Nonprofit HR to assist in its recruitment efforts for its first President & Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

OneWest was conceived by a group of local leaders as part of Leadership Louisville Center’s 2014 Bingham Fellows Class, who together envisioned an economic renaissance in Louisville’s West End, with a focus on the built environment. OneWest believes that in order for true positive change to occur, the right people have to be involved. These community leaders – chosen for their ability to drive investment and create change – represent major corporations, financial institutions, faith-based groups, non-profit organizations and civic organizations.

OneWest’s new CEO will report to the Board of Directors and will be responsible for providing strategic leadership, administration and management of OneWest. The CEO will work collaboratively with the Board of Directors to execute a highly strategic vision dedicated to West Louisville. The CEO will inspire, influence and demonstrate the intellectual depth to communicate the aspirations of the community’s needs and the achievements of the organization to a wide range of constituencies.

The new CEO must be a visionary leader capable of driving fundraising and other programs and initiatives focused on enhancing and sustaining the organization’s financial goals and mission-driven opportunities. The CEO will skillfully navigate the organization through its early stages of growth and establish OneWest as a successful community development leader and partner. Learn more about this exciting opportunity here.

If you think you, or someone you know would be a good fit, please apply with your resume and a short cover letter to with the subject line: ATTN: OneWest CEO Search.

Have questions? Don’t hesitate to reach out to Myra T. Mathis, Executive Search Consultant and Practice Leader at Nonprofit HR at or (202) 785-2060.


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