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I worked at Hadassah full-time (Less than a year)
Paid time off for all the Jewish holidays, office closes at 2pm every Friday, flexible hours, relatively generous salary & benefits package compared to other nonprofits. You can probably negotiate your salary higher than you think.
Keep in mind that I can really only speak about the Development Division, because each division has it's own unique culture, which will depend on your coworkers and your director. That being said, my experience in development was that Hadassah is one hot political mess. I was working with my hands tied behind my back the entire time. The legal department makes you jump through unnecessary hoops to sign contracts and get corporate sponsors, and the volunteers are catty, unprofessional and in need of constant hand-holding/babysitting. I had the opportunity to move up, but I didn't even WANT to because it would mean opening myself up to political conflicts and backstabbing. The organization is growing more and more irrelevant in the modern Jewish community, and the senior leadership is too stubborn to do anything about it. Hadassah is digging it's own grave.
Advice to Management
Cut down the size of the board to 10-20 people (instead of 166!), start bringing on some younger employees and trying to engage younger members. Just because you have a flashy new logo and "look" doesn't mean that you have a new brand. Your values are outdated.