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Associate, Policy & Advocacy

MDA Washington, DC

* Attend and prepare written summaries of meetings, symposia, Congressional hearings, and other events as requested. * Track legislation and… MDA

27 days ago

Fundraising Coordinator - Reston VA

MDA Reston, VA

Excellence: We strive to do our best and exceed constituents’ expectations. Position… MDA

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Muscular Dystrophy Association President & CEO Steven M. Derks
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    You get to work with some pretty amazing kids... once a year.


    Unless your goal in life is to be a martyr who works for no compensation, runs their own vehicle into the ground, is expected to stay "as long as it takes"every day and night and receive no guidance, praise or respect; then please do not work for MDA.

    They will tell you everything they think that you want the job to be when you're interviewing but in the end, you will be doing sales and fund-raising the same unsuccessful way they've always done it. And who suffers besides the employees?? The families they are trying to help.

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    Be a manager: fire managers who don't work, encourage and compensate your employees for the work they do, and be consistent. An employee who is "doing such a great job and really making a difference one week" cannot be "not a good fit" five days later.

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