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This webinar originally aired on May 11th, 2017


Smart CEOs understands that people are the No. 1 contributor to their organizations’ success. The world of hiring has undergone a massive change in the last decade. To maximize hiring success and minimize hiring mistake it is important not only important to rely on your existing network but also look beyond that. Are you a founder of a new think tank trying to build up your initial team? Are you a CEO of an existing think tank looking to expand your team to new areas? Are you a think tank executive looking for new tools of hiring and talent management? Join Bradley Michelson, Director of Business at the Idealist.org Thursday May 11 to learn about an online hiring platform that will connect your organization to the world’s largest non-profit talent community. You will learn in this webinar how non-profit organizations can achieve effective hiring process through using the idealist.org- an online hiring platform.
 
Bradley Michelson is the Director of Business Development for Idealist,  the leading nonprofit online platform to post and look for jobs, internships, volunteer opportunities, and more in the social good sector.  On the site 120,000 organizations post at any given time 25,000 opportunities that are seen by a couple million monthly users. He is a landlord in Manhattan and maintains several entrepreneurial ventures in fitness and real estate.  He is currently on the advisory board for TechWorks, a federally funded program with the purpose to introduce CUNY students to technology jobs as well as Esusu, a group savings financial tech startup. He was a founding member of the Meatpacking District Initiative, and is currently an organizational member of Civic Hall, a NationSwell Council Member, a member of the Atlas Network, and a regular volunteer at the WIN organization.Prior to that he was the Managing Director for Triple C which designed lifestyle tech products that sold to 10,000 retailers worldwide and had co-branded partnerships with brands such as Facebook, Coach, and J Crew. Prior to that he was the Vice President of DDCLAB, a designer of high technology apparel that was purchased by New Balance Athletic under his tenure.  He holds a BS in International Trade and Marketing from the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City.