National Network to End Domestic Violence

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Deputy Director, Transitional Housing Program

National Network to End Domestic Violence Washington, DC

The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) seeks a highly motivated and skilled individual to lead the implementation of NNEDV's… Glassdoor


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Public Policy Coordinator

National Network to End Domestic Violence Washington, DC

The National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) seeks a highly motivated and high performing Public Policy Coordinator. This is a great… Glassdoor


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    Domestic Violence Agency Abuses Employees

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    Former Employee - Senior Director of Development in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Senior Director of Development in Washington, DC

    I worked at National Network to End Domestic Violence

    Pros

    Great cause, competitive salaries, easy commute in the DC area.

    Cons

    Poor leadership; President hires people from her former dv agency in Missouri making it a very cliqish; lack of internal communication and direction from senior management; employees work in silos; board is uninvolved and uniterested in what management is doing; no professional development or even new employee orientation; for a 'womens' organization, female staff use very derogatory words to describe and when speaking to other women; President invites some staff to her home and not others and even lets some staff stay overnight at her home - very strange and icky!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Take a serious review of your behavior, attitude and appropriateness in employee relations, including removing the ruling clique and learn how to run a transparent organization, including a review of how you are spending charitable funds and government grants. You have a reputation in the dv and wider non-profit community as ineffective and serving your personal interests.

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