The U.S. Naval Institute (USNI) offers a forum for those who
dare to read, think, speak, and write to advance the professional,
literary, and scientific understanding of sea power and other
issues critical to global security.
A non-profit member association, with no government support,
that does not lobby for special interests.
An independent, professional military association with a
mission, goals, and objectives that transcend political
Ideas and debate flourish through its respected journals,
Proceedings and Naval History, its conferences, its books, and its
online content, in support of those who serve.
USNI seeks a Senior Major Gifts Officer to become an integral
member of the Foundation staff and have the opportunity to grow
into an executive-level leadership position. He or she must develop
and maintain a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of the
Naval Institute, its programs, activities, and brand. He or she
should be someone of presence and confidence who can passionately
represent the Institute’s mission, vision, and values to donors and
prospects, and work with them systematically to:
- Secure major donations from individuals and families.
- Increase the pipeline of individuals capable of donating
- Steward a select group of consistent donors to determine major
- Help plan and implement a comprehensive development program to
provide support across all gift categories – unrestricted, project,
and endowment – and help increase the Institute’s overall
- Celebrate the Institute’s 150th anniversary in 2023.
DRiWaterstone is leading this search for
USNI. To learn more and apply, please visit https://driwaterstonehc.com/position/usni-smgo/.