Search now open for CNM's next President

June 3, 2016

Search now open for CNM's next President

After serving as CNM’s President for 12 years, Lewis Lavine will be stepping aside at the end of 2016. In this interview with The Tennessean, Lewis said CNM has accomplished much in its 30 years, and he feels that the time is ripe for someone new to take over the helm.

The search committee, headed by executive search consultant Frank Parsons and CNM Board President Ken Youngstead of KraftCPAs, opened the search to the public this past Wednesday. Click here to view the job posting.

“The staff, board, consultants, and CNM members will all miss Lewis, but we are excited for the next chapter in CNM’s future. We are confident that our search committee will find a candidate who will carry on CNM’s mission of creating and sustaining nonprofit excellence, and take it to the next level,” Ken said. “Throughout the search process, CNM will continue to deliver high-quality nonprofit management services. CNM’s members remain the organization's highest priority.”

On the current search timeline, the new President will begin in about mid-October to allow for some overlap with Lewis.

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