Frances Perkins Center Searching for Newcastle Based Executive Director

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Frances Perkins, Secretary of Labor in the FDR Administration; the First Woman to Hold a Cabinet Position.  She is Responsible for Implementing Social Security and Various Other Employee Benefits.

The Frances Perksins Center has started a  national search for an executive director to replace the current executive director who is retiring.

The successful candidate will have demonstrated, numerous skills, inclulding  not limited to, fimdra\raising skills, relationship  builder skills, exceptional written and verbal skills, and curiotisity.  The Newcastle based position will require occational travel and the ability to work on non-traditonal times.

The annual salary is between $90,000 – $100,000. and includes generous benefits.  The position reports directly to the board of directors.  Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to:  StarboardLeadershipConsulting, to:  search3@starboardleadership.com.

The timing of the announcement of this position for the great Frances Perkins is timely, but probably not intentional.  March is Women’s History Month and if any woman deserves recognigion  in this month, it is Frances Perkins!  Secretary Perkins was a member of FDR’s cabinet and the first woman to achieve that distinguished place. Secretary Perkins is credited with establishing social security, a shorter work week and numerous other labor-friendly initiatives.

This position becomes available  as the nation awaits the decision of a Texas judge on the future of a popular abortion medication approved by the FDA over 20 years ago.  Does a federal judge, known for his anti-abortion views and appointed by anti-woman Trump have the auhority  to overturn a scientific based decision by the FDA?