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Chief Development Officer

Company: Equitas Health
Date Posted: May 4, 2017

We are honored to be working with Equitas Health, a recipient of numerous recent high-profile awards and named one of five nonprofits to watch by The Columbus Foundation.

Equitas Health is a community health system dedicated to providing a welcoming healthcare experience that embodies the values of acceptance, dignity, and respect. In 2016, Equitas Health (formerly known as AIDS Resource Center Ohio) expanded its mission and scope of services to achieve greater outcomes for medically underserved individuals, including those within the LGBTQ community. The organization’s growth has been dramatic – increasing revenue from $6 million to $60 million in six years. Equitas Health currently has more than 250 employees in 15 offices in 11 cities, and in May 2017, will open the King-Lincoln Medical Center to serve the near east side of Columbus.  Its expanded mission makes it one of the largest organizations of its type in the U.S., serving more than 67,000 individuals in Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia.

Services offered by Equitas Health include:

  • Medical
  • Wellness & Prevention
  • Behavioral Health
  • Pharmacy
  • Dentistry
  • Supportive Services
  • STI Prevention & Treatment
  • Advocacy/Public Policy
  • Education & Training

The Chief Development Officer (CDO) is an integral member of the executive team responsible for increasing revenue to support Equitas Health’s expanding mission and services. The CDO will oversee a team of eight dedicated professionals and will ensure that the philanthropic case for support and strategy are woven into the organization’s culture. The new CDO will be:

  • visionary with the ability to develop successful fundraising strategies and plans:
  • an ambitious and dynamic fund development executive;
  • highly collaborative and a strong motivator for the team;
  • able to establish effective relationships with the community, donors, and funders;
  • comfortable working within the LGBTQ community; and
  • passionate about providing culturally competent healthcare and human rights to all individuals.

To learn more about the opportunity and to view the full position profile and requirements, visit:

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To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:

Candidates are urged to visit the Equitas Health website at