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7 May 2000 Issue
Job Opportunity

EarthSave Louisville is Looking for a One in a Million for 2000

EarthSave Louisville is launching a national search for a new Executive Director. An affiliated chapter of EarthSave International, EarthSave Louisville is a non-profit educational and advocacy organization that inspires and empowers people to shift toward a diet centered around fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes - foods that are healthy for people and for the planet.

The position reports directly to the local board of directors and is responsible for all the activities of the organization, including program development and implementation, budget development/monitoring, fund raising, staff/volunteer recruitment and development, public relations/marketing, all administrative functions, and other duties as assigned by the local board of directors.

According to EarthSave International President Howard Lyman, "The EarthSave Louisville Chapter is one of our most progressive and active chapters. The new director will know that he or she is making a tremendous contribution to the future of all life on this planet by changing perceptions one individual at a time. It is an exciting time to be a part of a rapidly growing organization and a new mindset sweeping the nation." Local events include the annual Taste of Health and Turkey-Free Thanksgiving Dinner, vegetarian cooking classes, monthly potlucks, as well as various speaking engagements and tabling events.

Interested individuals should send a resume in confidence to:

Pamela Rogers, Executive Source, LLC 502-893-9796

3620-A Brownsboro Rd., #280 502-897-2310 (fax)

Louisville, KY 40207 ExecutiveSource@AOL.com 

Source: "Maynard S. Clark" <vrc@tiac.net>

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