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NATIONAL KIDNEY FOUNDATION Our Vision

To enhance the lives of everyone with, at risk of or affected by kidney disease.

Our Mission
The National Kidney Foundation, a major voluntary nonprofit health organization, is dedicated to preventing kidney and urinary tract diseases, improving the health and well-being of individuals and families affected by kidney disease and increasing the availability of all organs for transplantation.

Board of Directors
Our Directors The NKF Board acts in the best interest of the NKF with the aim of improving the quality of care for patients who are afflicted with kidney diseases. It also ensures that there are adequate resources for the operations and programmes of the NKF and that such resources are effectively and efficiently managed; that there are processes in place to ensure that NKF complies with all applicable laws, rules and regulations; and there is an appropriate code of conduct which upholds the core values of the NKF and processes to ensure compliance with the code. The Board strives to ensure that Board members as a group has core competencies in areas such as accounting and finance, management, law, medicine, strategic planning and technology and that it incorporates a degree of diversity. The Board believes that to be effective, it should not be too large, whilst at the same time ensuring that there is a sufficient range and diversity of expertise and viewpoints.

Mr GerardEe
Chairman National Kidney Foundation Mr Gerard Ee started his career as an accountant in 1974. He became a practicing auditor in 1976 and retired as a partner of Ernst & Young on 30 June 2005. Mr Ee has been active in the field of social service throughout his professional life as an accountant. He helped convert a programme providing respite care

into the Assisi Home and Hospice in 1987 and was its Chairman until 2002. In 1989 he established Bizlink Centre, an employment programme for the disabled, and was its Chairman until 1992. He has chaired a whole range of social service organizations and programmes which include juvenile rehabilitative centres, grassroots organizations, schools, and various programmes for the elderly and youth. He was also an active member of the Task Force which established the Code on Religious Harmony. Mr Ee was formerly the President of the National Council of Social Services. He is the Chairman of the Medifund Advisory Council. He is also theVice President of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore, Chairman of the Public Transport Council and is directly involved in several other committees. He was officially appointed as Chairman of the NKF on July 17, 2005."

Associate Professor Mak Yuen Teen


Deputy Chairman Director, Corporate Governance & Financial Reporting Centre, NUS Business School Mak Yuen Teen is Associate Professor of Accounting and Co-Director of the Corporate Governance and Financial Reporting Centre at the NUS Business School, National University of Singapore. He was formerly Vice Dean (Finance and Administration) at the NUS Business School, where he teaches corporate governance and accounting to undergraduates, graduates and executives. He holds a First Class Honors degree in accounting and finance, and masters and PhD degrees in accounting, and is also a qualified accountant. Prof. Mak is a fellow of the Singapore Institute of Directors (SID) and was a council member of the SID from 2000-2005. He is Deputy Chairman of the Corporate Governance Committee of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore (ICPAS) and a core member of the OECD/World Bank's Asian Corporate Governance Roundtable. Prof. Mak was a member of the Council on Corporate Disclosure and Governance (CCDG) from 2002-2005 and was also a member of the Corporate Governance Committee which released the first Code of Corporate Governance in 2001. He is Vice Chairman of the Singapore Anti-Tuberculosis Association and a director of the Financial Industry Dispute Resolution Centre Ltd (FIDReC). He

is also a frequent commentator in the media on corporate governance and accounting issues. He was officially appointed as Director of the NKF on January 17, 2006.

Professor Tay Boon Keng

Member Emeritus Consultant, Dept of Orthopaedic SGH Professor Tay Boon Keng currently holds many appointments, among them includes Chairman, Medical Board, International, SingHealth; Emeritus Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Dept of Orthopaedic Surgery, Singapore General Hospital; Clinical Prof, Faculty of Medicine, National University of Singapore; Clinical Prof, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore; Chairman, Singapore Medical Council; Visiting Consultant, Ang Mo Kio Community Hospital; Chairman, Management Committee, St Andrews Mission Hospital; and Member of Singapore Nursing Boards Advance Practice Nurse Accreditation Committee. Professor Tay has conducted many clinical trials and studies in Osteoarthritis and Osteoporosis. He is also the author of many publications on tissue engineering. His special interest is in knee surgery. Prof Tay Boon Keng was officially appointed as Director of the NKF on May 10, 2010.

Professor Woo Keng Thye

Member Emeritus Consultant & Advisor, Dept of Renal Medicine,

Singapore General Hospital Dr Woo Keng Thye graduated from the Medical Faculty of the University of Singapore in 1969, and was awarded Masters of Medicine (Internal Medicine) in 1973 and Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians (Nephrology) in 1979. Dr Woo is a renowned specialist in the field of renal medicine, and has served on various international and national committees, including President of the 3rd World Congress in Nephrology (2005), and Chairman of the National Committee on Renal Care since 1999. He was awarded the prestigious inaugural Kincaid-Smith Award in 2005, for scientific contribution. Dr Woo is currently Emeritus Consultant in the Department of Renal Medicine, Singapore General Hospital, where he has worked since 1975. He was officially appointed as Director of the NKF on July 17, 2005.

Mr Chay Yee Meng


Member Chairman and CEO, Infowave Pte Ltd Member, School of Business Advisory Board, Singapore Management University Board Member, Trek2000 Technologies Ltd Chay Yee Meng, a Certified Public Accountant, began his working career as an Audit and Tax Accountant with Arthur Young & Company (now known as Ernst & Young). In 1987, he was named Director and Financial Controller of SCI Manufacturing, a US based electronics manufacturing company. He was later named as Asia Regional Controller. In 1992, he co-founded Natsteel Electronics Pte Ltd, which was later merged with US-based Solectron Technology, Inc. He served as CFO of Natsteel Electronics from 1992 to 2001, then as Solectrons Head of Finance, Asia-

Pacific Region until 2003. Mr Chay also co-founded ECS Holdings Ltd, and served as Founding Director and CFO until ECS went IPO in 2001. In 2003, Mr Chay co-founded Infowave Pte Ltd, an Infocomm R&D company developing and marketing industrial computers for wireless computing, RFID devices, supply chain solutions, and real-time monitoring solutions. He was officially appointed as Director of the NKF on January 17, 2006.

Mr Christopher Chuah
Member Partner, WongPartnership LLP Mr Christopher Chuah heads the Infrastructure, Construction & Engineering Practice and is a Partner in the China Practice. His main areas of practice encompass construction disputes, in both litigation and arbitration, and he is a specialist in Building and Construction Law. Mr Chuah graduated from the London School of Economics. He is admitted to the English Bar and to the Singapore Bar. Apart from a law degree, he has a Diploma in Surveying (Distinction) from the College of Estate Management, Reading, UK. Christopher is also an Adjunct Professor in Construction Law at the Law Faculty of the National University of Singapore. Mr Chuah is currently the President of the Chartered Institute of Building, Singapore, as well as a member of The Institution of Engineers, Singapore's Panel of Legal Advisors.

Mr David Ma Kwok Leung

Member Company Director An independent consultant, David Ma was a member of the Singapore Administrative Service before retirement in April 2002. During his years in the public service, David worked in different ministries, including the then Ministry of Community Development. His last posting was with the Institute of Public Administration and Management, as its director. Between 1988 and 1992, David chaired the Planning and Allocation Committee of the Community Chest of Singapore. He has been a member of the Advisory Board of the Media Development Authority since 2005. Mr Ma was appointed as Director of NKF on 1 Oct 2008.

Mr Gan Seow Ann


Member President, Singapore Exchange Limited Mr Gan Seow Ann is currently the President of the Singapore Exchange, Ltd. He is no stranger to the securities and derivatives industry, having worked in several brokerage and securities firms, including Merrill Lynch (Singapore) Pte Ltd, Crosby Securities (now know as SG Securities), and Vickers Da Costa Securities. In addition, Mr Gan is on the Board of Directors for TIF Ventures Pte Ltd under the Economic Development Board to help promote the growth of technology-oriented companies in Singapore; as well as SEEDS Capital Pte Ltd under SPRING Singapore which aims to support non-technology start-

ups in their early stage. Mr Gan has extensive experience in the management of large organizations and has been involved in spearheading and implementing new initiatives in this field. He spearheaded the development of new securities instruments and facilities to help grow Singapore's securities market from 2001-2003, and is now tasked to lead his company in expanding the market by managing and developing business relations with market participants and the trading community. He was officially appointed as Director of the NKF on July 17, 2005.

Mr Johnny Heng
Member Managing Director, Family Office Investment Consulting Private Banking Division Mr Heng joined Credit Suisse Private Banking as a Managing Director in September 2010 to launch investment consulting services to family offices. Prior to joining Credit Suisse, he was working with one of the largest family investment offices in Singapore where he was responsible for asset allocation and investments. From 1996 to 2007, Johnny was with the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation where he worked in London and New York during his first seven years. He was the Head of Quantitative Equities Division as well as Head of Global Equities Trading Division. Mr Heng started his career in 1995 as a foreign exchange dealer in the former Union Bank of Switzerland. He obtained his first degree from the National University of Singapore with an Economics major. He holds a Masters of Finance from Baruch College, City University of New York.

Mr Ng Boon Yew

Member Chairman, Raffles Campus Mr Ng Boon Yew is a Chartered Accountant who was Partner in Peat Marwick (now KPMG). He also served as KPMG's Chairman of the Professional Practice Committee, headed its Banking Practice and was the partner in charge of Corporate Finance Services. Since Mr Ng's retirement from professional accounting practice in 2000, he has served as Adviser to the Singapore Technologies Group. Mr Ng was Group Chief Financial Officer of Singapore Technologies Pte Ltd from Jul 02 to Dec 04. He is currently Chairman of Raffles Campus Pte Ltd. Mr Ng has been actively involved in improving the standards of corporate finance in Singapore. For example, he was a member of the Corporate Finance Committee under the Financial Sector Review Group, chaired by then Deputy Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, which recommended a framework of fundraising rules, regulations and administrative guidelines to support steady and sustainable growth of corporations in Singapore. Mr Ng was a member of the Council on Governance of Institutions of a Public Character. He was awarded the Public Service Star in the 2004 National Day Award. He was officially appointed as Director of the NKF on July 17, 2005.

Miss Ng Lai Yee


Member Partner, Health and Public Service Operating Group, Accenture, Singapore Lai Yee has been primarily focused in business transformation in both custom-build application (Microsoft .NET) and application software (Peoplesoft, SAP, Siebel) implementations with the government sectors ranging from tax processing, financial processing to social security in her fourteen years of experience. Coupled with business function and project management experiences in large and complex implementation work, Lai Yee has vast client management experiences as well

as business development work for the health and public service operating group involving tenders, preparing proposals, pricing and shaping of deals.

Mr Philip Tan Yuen Fah


Member Company Director Mr. Philip Tan was in the commerce and industry sector for 11 years prior to joining the banking and finance sector. He joined Overseas Union Bank in 1979, holding various senior positions and retired in 2002 as Executive Vice President. He is currently a company director. Mr. Tan holds degrees in Accountancy from the University of Singapore and in Law from the University of Wolverhampton, UK. He also holds a post-graduate diploma in Business Administration from the Manchester Business School, UK. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Singapore.

Miss Su-Yen Wong


Member Worldwide Partner and Managing Director, Mercer, ASEAN, Singapore Su-Yen brings over seventeen years' experience helping companies develop business and organisation strategies, improve operations, manage risk, and effectively implement change. Previously she was a Director at Mercer Management

Consulting where she worked with leading companies across North America and Asia in the high-tech, financial services, oil and gas, retail, and consumer goods industries. Su-Yen is a frequent speaker at conferences in Asia, including events organized by the Economist and Business Week. She is also a regular commentator on news media such as CNBC and Bloomberg. Su-Yen holds a B.A. (summa cum laude) in music and computer science from Linfield College and an M.B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She was officially appointed as Director of the NKF on 16 November 2010.

Mr Yatiman Yusof
Member Singapores High Commissioner to the Republic of Kenya Yatiman was educated at The Salvation Army Kindergarten (1953-54), Tanglin Tinggi Malay School (1955-60), Bartley Secondary School (1961), Sang Nila Utama Secondary School in Singapore (1961-64). While undergoing the Professional Part I and II Certificate courses at the Teacher's Training College between 1965 and 1968, he took and passed his Higher School Certificate as a private candidate in 1968. He received his tertiary education at the University of Singapore from 1969 to 1972, and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geography and Malay Studies. Yatiman was a teacher from 1965 to 1978. He became a journalist (leader and a feature writer) in 1978 and went on to become assistant to the Editor, Assistant Editor and later, Editor of Berita Harian and Berita Minggu. In 1984, he became Advertising Manager of Berita Harian

and Berita Minggu, of The Straits Times Press (1975) Ltd. In 1982, he was selected to attend a leadership course at the United States National Training in Scottsdale, Arizona. He was awarded a fellowship at Wolfson College in Cambridge University, UK, from March to June 1984. Prior to entering politics, he was an active Malay community leader engaged in various community improvement programmes. Yatiman was elected the Member of Parliament (MP) for Kampong Kembangan Constituency in 1984. In 1988, he was elected one of three MPs for the Tampines Group Representation Constituency (GRC). In the 1991 General Election, he was re-elected one of four MPs in the same GRC. He was returned unopposed in the 1997 General Election as one of four MPs in Tampines GRC. In the 2001 General Election, he was elected one of five MPs for Tampines GRC. In 1986, he left Berita Harian and Berita Minggu to take up his appointment as Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs. He was re-appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs in 1988. In November 1990, he was re-appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs in the Government led by Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong. He was re-appointed to this post in September 1991. On 15 January 1996, he was promoted to Senior Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Foreign Affairs. He was appointed Senior Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Information and the Arts on 25 January 1997. On 23 November 2001, he was appointed Senior Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts. On 16 Aug 2004 he was re-appointed Senior Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Information, Communications and the Arts in the Government led by Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong. In May 2007 he retired from politics but remains actively involved with the National Parks Board, the

Singapore Scouts Association and the Malay Language Council. He is the Patron of the Singapore Silat Federation, an advisor to Department of Malay Studies National University of Singapore, the Singapore Malay Badminton Association and Tampines Rovers Football Club. Yatiman is married to Sadiah Kalyoni. They have four children and one grandchild. Yatiman enjoys badminton, gardening, cycling and golf. He is also a writer and a keen photographer. He was appointed as Director of NKF on 11 Nov 2008.

Mrs Eunice Tay


CEO Appointed by the NKF Board, Mrs Eunice Tay took office as the new NKFs chief executive officer on 2 May 2006. Mrs Tay was in legal practice from 1986 to 1990 before joining the healthcare industry in 1991. In 1994, she was special assistant to the managing director of Parkway Group Healthcare before joining the National Neuroscience Institute (NNI) in 1997 and later, becoming its chief operating officer. Mrs Tays priority for the new NKF is to make it a more patient-centric organisation by providing affordable dialysis treatment and holistic care to needy kidney patients; to be accountable to its donors; to work closely with the community with the aim of raising awareness on renal disease prevention; and to engage the community in meaningful volunteering opportunities at NKF.

Qualification required for all the profiles


Job Title: Public Relations Manager Location: New York, NY

General Summary
This exempt position is responsible for generating interest in, and building awareness and support for NKF messages, events, programs, activities and initiatives. There is emphasis on supporting local markets by providing focused, consistent communications planning and implementation strategy to NKF Divisions and Affiliates.

Principal Duties & Responsibilities


Public Relations Responsibilities:

Plan, write and edit pitches, news releases and other communications materials Compile and maintain national and regional media lists on an ongoing basis using CisionPoint media software and other resources Pitch NKF news, activities and events to print, broadcast and online outlets Conduct outreach to print, broadcast and online media outlets to place NKF public service announcements on an ongoing basis; update and maintain contact list for this activity Submit copy and information for the foundation's annual report Respond to media inquiries and requests Research media opportunities on a regular basis Execute other public relations projects as needed

Affiliate/Division Local Office Communications Assistance:

Provide public relations, media relations and communications support to field offices Monitor success of local communications efforts and supply targeted support to those local offices that lack strong media presence Act as liaison for all advertising and PSA requests from divisions and affiliates Respond to local office requests for marketing and communications materials (PSAs, CDs, videos, photos,

etc.) Execute other field-related communications and public relations projects as needed

Online Communications:

Help to maintain and update web newsroom Write articles for Love Your Kidneys electronic newsletter and other communications Brainstorm and write general copy and content for kidney.org Drive traffic to major social media platforms and elevate NKF's online presence to create an online community, direct people to kidney.org for more information, to increase visibility and raise funds online:

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Create and post targeted, creative messages on Facebook and Twitter on a daily basis Promote current kidney news and NKF events/programs on Facebook and Twitter Drive traffic to NKF's YouTube channel Use additional social media platforms to spread NKF message to appropriate audiences

Departmental Duties:

Organize, code and submit all department invoices and assist with yearly department budget plan Maintain department subscription to trade and consumer magazines, and frequently restock department's supply of magazines and newspapers for research purposes Maintain and update clip reports on a quarterly basis Execute other departmental duties as needed

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities



Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in English, Journalism, Communications, Public Relations or related area is preferred. Minimum 3-5 years experience in public relations or corporate communications, including producing newsletters and press materials. Previous experience in a non-profit setting is preferred but not required. Exceptional oral and written communication skills. Experience with a variety of formats, including newsletters, news releases, scripts, reports and webbased. Ability to ascertain needs of most Affiliates and Divisions for materials and other assistance, and provide that

assistance in a timely professional manner. Ability to establish working relationships with staff, volunteers and the media at all levels to accomplish goals, and to maintain confidentiality of information when appropriate. Ability to work with a minimum of supervision, set priorities and meet deadlines. Ability to work both independently and as a team member. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Internet communication is required. Knowledge of most major social networking platforms is required.

E-mail resume and cover letter to the Human Resources or fax (212) 7798056.
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Job Title: Corporate Development Director Location: New York, NY

General Summary
The Corporate Development Director is responsible for identifying, initiating and managing new corporate sponsors for the National Kidney Foundation (NKF), and managing and expanding relationships with current sponsors, in support of the NKF strategic and financial goals. Responsible for working with NKF management and development and program colleagues to identify and secure grants, contracts and sponsorship opportunities with local, regional and national corporations, foundations and other entities.

Principal Duties & Responsibilities

Work with all NKF departments and offices to achieve NKF strategic and financial goals. Collaborate with colleagues on sharing of information among NKF offices on potentially fundable programs to leverage NKF exposure, awareness and revenues. Research, identify, initiate contact, develop and cultivate key relationships with new corporations, charitable foundations and additional organizations who are potential sponsors of NKF activities. Maintain and grow existing relationships with current sponsors and identify new contacts and areas of funding within those companies for new revenue support. Assist local NKF offices to research, identify, initiate

contact and manage relationships with local corporations and foundations, and leverage key volunteers' contacts within local corporations and Foundations. Develop customized proposals, sponsorship packages, proposed and actual expense budgets and presentations, and present to sponsors in a variety of media (live, online, electronic). Develop detailed program proposals with measurable outcomes for charitable foundations. Attend relevant NKF meetings, conferences and exhibits, work in booth as needed and leverage those venues to cultivate and manage key relationships. Create and manage a repository of organizational collateral materials necessary for funding requests. Manage database and workflow tracking systems for pipeline and forecasting reports. Collaborate with NKF colleagues on implementation of funded programs and maintain communications with funder throughout the life of the program. Assist with the completion of grant reconciliation reports and all other metrics reports required by the sponsor. Perform additional duties as required.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities



Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university. Minimum of five years experience and a proven corporate development track record working for a healthcare or similar organization. Prior experience successfully defining, targeting, developing and growing corporate relationships maximizing revenue from and within corporate organizations. Knowledge of chronic kidney disease, diabetes, and/or cardiovascular disease desired. Experience developing strategic plans and forecasts to increase revenue. Strong interpersonal, presentation and organizational skills and ability to communicate effectively with team members, internal and external stakeholders, sponsors and customers. Flexibility and ability to handle multiple projects at the same time and work under the pressure of multiple deadlines. Strong analytical, research, proposal writing and budgeting skills. Computer proficiency required. Must be flexible for overnight business travel, including weekends.

E-mail resume and cover letter to the Human Resources or fax (212) 7798056.
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Job Title: Division Finance Director Location: New York, NY

General Summary
The Division Finance Director (DFD) provides timely and accurate financial information to enable the Senior VP for Field Services and the Division Presidents to accurately monitor the finances of the entire Field Operation, both by geography and by activity. Responsible for managing a budget size of 10 million or more. Using existing tools and reports and creating those when needed, the Division Finance Director works with the SVP for Field Services, eight (8) Division Presidents and Field Support Staff to create budgets, provide monthly reports that enable staff to monitor each Division and each signature fund raising program, performs operational analyses and provides recommendations to the SVP Field Services. The DFD liaises between HQ staff and Field Staff to make sure that data input and reports are accurate, timely, and relevant.

Principal Duties & Responsibilities


Producing accurate and timely financial statements

Prepares and consolidates monthly budgets with comparison of budget to actual revenues and expenses for program, operating, general and restricted funds. Works with Division Presidents and Finance staff to make sure that monthly financial reports including all activities (restricted funds received and released, accounts payable, etc) are available in an accurate and timely manner. Evaluates effectiveness of current financial reports. Designs and creates additional reports if/when necessary. Analyzes reports for accuracy and consistency.

Monitoring and reporting of variances

Understands all components of the Field budgets, monitors budgets monthly and reports variances to SVP for Field Services regularly, and by monthly reports. Understands all components of the Field fund raising budgets (Walk, Golf, cars, Individual Giving), monitors

budgets monthly and reports variances regularly to appropriate Field Support Staff and by monthly reports. Assists Division Presidents and Field Support Staff in understanding all components of their reports. Identifies patterns, trends, and makes recommendations to improve financial results. Works with Finance staff to provide reports in a timely manner for organization's financial reporting, and ensures that the Field financial reporting is consistent with the general ledger and external financial reporting. Monitors Division restricted funds and insures that these funds are recorded and updated accurately. Provides relevant financial information (reports, statements, etc.) to grantors, funders, CHC, or United Way for Divisions when requested for reporting. Keeps SVP and other appropriate Field Support staff informed weekly of significant changes. Assists Division Presidents and Field Support staff in creating budgets. Answers questions from Division, Finance fund raising and senior management staff regarding finance and budgets. Performs additional duties, as required.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with a major in Accounting. CPA or MBA preferred. Minimum four years related experience in finance for a national non-profit organization. Extensive experience managing budget and producing reports on Excel. Experience managing a budget of 5-10 million. Experience interpreting financial statements and budget to non-financial managers. Experience working within an organization with multiple functions and departments. Working knowledge of Great Plains and FRx Reporting is highly preferred. Computer literate on Microsoft Word, Excel. Highly motivated with a proven track record of accomplishments. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Strong attention to detail. Ability to work independently and as a member of a team. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication and organizational skills. Ability to interact professionally with all levels of management. Ability to handle a variety of assignments simultaneously.

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Job Title: Community Outreach Manager Location: Rochester, NY

General Summary
Responsible for coordinating and executing Kidney Walks, Golf Classic and other assigned fundraising events. Also responsible for implementing programs that include community based screening and education programs such as the Kidney Early Evaluation Program or Kidney Health Risk Assessment. Community Outreach Manager needs to have superior written and oral communication skills and interact well with volunteers and event participants, as well as NKF staff. Responsibilities also include the ability to work independently and as a team, multi-task between various community events, special events, and individual projects. Staff should be self-sufficient in many aspects and proactive with projects and activities.

Principal Duties & Responsibilities


Fundraising

Responsible for coordinating and executing assigned Kidney Walks, Golf Classic, and other NKF Special Events Identifies, solicits, and manages event sponsors, and supporters, including identifying, cultivating, recruiting, soliciting, and stewarding sponsors, and sponsor prospects Manages event committees holding regular meetings and working with committee members throughout the event planning process Manages large corporate teams and family teams to success in Kidney Walk Secure in-kind sponsors to donate products for events Organize day of event logistics including registration, sponsor tables, entertainment, guest speakers, equipment rentals, flow of event, etc.

Kidney Cars

Work with Division President to coordinate advertisement campaign

Funnel calls regarding the program Track car donations and acknowledge donors Create a grassroots marketing campaign for the program Grant writing for both special events and programs through pharmaceutical companies and local foundations

Community Outreach

Oversee all aspects of planning, implementing, budgeting and staffing Kidney Early Evaluation Programs - KEEPs, Kidney Health Risk Assessments Implement projects in the community which promote awareness of kidney disease and organ donation and transplantation Increase awareness and prevention initiatives through marketing and other projects not listed above. Including organizing volunteers to cover health fairs and presenting Know Your Kidney Score presentations Manage a Medical Advisory Committee and hold quarterly meetings Coordinate NKF professional and patient education programs

Volunteer Recruitment & Coordination

Listing, recruiting and scheduling new volunteers in an effort to bring Programs to the area and to build our volunteer force through programs and events Assign the roles of other volunteers, which may include professionals, who want to donate their skills and time Coordinate schedules of volunteers according to needs of events requiring assistance Collaborate with local organizations to recruit and train new volunteers Provide assistance and consultation for volunteers as needed and when requested

General

Clerical work in office - mailings, filing, stuffing, and organization Complete NKF, Kidney Health Risk Assessment, Kidneys in the Classroom and general training Performs additional duties, as required

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

Ability to set goals and objectives and to create and implement appropriate processes for their achievement, with a particular emphasis on the coordination of multiple and diverse activities. Ability to communicate orally and in writing at a superior level both within and outside of the organization. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with volunteers, funders, and the general public. Ability to help plan and organize activities. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Ability to work under pressure, meet deadlines, and function independently as well as a team member. Ability to organize work and set priorities. Ability to maintain a courteous and efficient manner at all times.

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in business administration, communications, marketing, public health or a related field preferred. Minimum 3 years' job-related experience with demonstrated success. Minimum 3 years' experience in fund raising and marketing or sales. Experience in a health care field or with a voluntary health organization a plus. Prior experience coordinating special events and programs. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Superior interpersonal, time management and organizational skills. Must possess analytical abilities, and innovative approaches to problem-solving. Proficient in Microsoft applications. Must be flexible for travel within assigned territory.

E-mail resume, cover letter and salary requirements to the Human Resources or fax (212) 779-8056
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Job Title: Development Assistant Location: Washington, DC

General Summary
The Development Assistant works with the Public Policy Manager & Executive Assistant on all aspects of fund-raising such as foundation and corporate grants, kidney cars, workplace giving, direct mail/email campaigns, memorial gifts, annual drawing and volunteer recruitment and management. The Development Assistant works closely with the Division President to achieve the income necessary to attain the division's mission. This relationship should be characterized by effective communications, a positive attitude toward the growth of the Foundation and the achievement of its mission, and through mutual understanding of the goals and development objectives of the National Organization.

Principal Duties & Responsibilities



Manage the grant proposal preparation process by researching, drafting and submitting grants to foundations and corporations. Track grants prospects and submissions to include; managing deadlines, sending reports and correspondence and follow-up. Develop relationships with foundation staff and trustees and engage in NKF/NCA events. Work with programs staff to evaluate program priorities for funding requests. Conduct prospect research and assist in maintenance of lists for direct mail and email campaigns. Manage administration and work with Division President & VP of Communications on marketing of car donation program. Enter all daily donations into the iMIS database and run daily GL reports for staff. Assist with front desk phone coverage and opening mail. Work with programs and special event staff to recruit and manage volunteers for diverse events held throughout the year. Manage Annual Drawing ticket sales and follow-up. Work with Division President to analyze and increase funding for workplace giving campaigns. Work with the Public Policy Manager & Executive Assistant on various fundraising activities including major gifts and the Ada DeBold Society. Perform additional duties as required

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required. Minimum two years professional work related experience required. Experience working with a non profit organization is preferred. Previous work related experience in grant writing and research. Previous experience managing and training volunteers. Previous experience conducting prospect research required on major gift donors and foundations through the Internet. Exceptional organizational skills required. Meticulous attention to detail required. Excellent verbal and written communication skills required Exceptional interpersonal skills required. Advanced computer proficiency, especially Word and Excel required. iMIS database experience preferred but not mandatory. Flexibility to work weekends/evenings when needed.

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Job Title: Community Outreach Manager (part-time 20-25 hours per week) Location: Knoxville, TN

General Summary
The Regional Community Outreach Manager is responsible for assisting in the execution of the NKF events specific to East Tennessee. The Community Outreach Manager directly reports to the Division President.

Principal Duties & Responsibilities


Event Management

Coordinate vendors for upcoming Knoxville Kidney Walk Communicate registration information to event participants Assist in following timeline of events and implementing strategic plan for Knoxville Kidney Walk Compile fundraising numbers for Knoxville Kidney Walk on

a regular basis

Volunteer Recruitment & Coordination: Listing, recruiting and scheduling new volunteers in an effort to bring Programs to the area and to build our volunteer force through programs and events.

Assign the roles of other volunteers, which may include professionals, who want to donate their skills and time Collaborate with local organizations to recruit and train new volunteers Attend and recruit volunteers for non-NKF events such as health fairs and community events that match mission and current priorities of NKF Provide assistance and consultation for volunteers as needed and when requested

Community Outreach

Implement projects in the community which promote awareness of kidney disease and organ donation and transplantation Increase awareness and prevention initiatives through marketing and other projects not listed above

General

Training volunteers in Kidney Health Risk Assessment, Kidneys in the Classroom, KEEP logistics coordination and other NKF programs as necessary

Minimum Qualifications

Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university is required Minimum of 2-3 years related experience in fund-raising (voluntary health agency experience preferred) and/or sales Demonstrated fund raising success for special events is required. Excellent verbal and written communication and organization skills. Ability to work independently and as member of a team. Must be self motivated Proven ability to achieve financial goals.

Strong customer relations skills and exceptional interpersonal skills. Proficient in Microsoft Word for Windows, Excel Spreadsheet and PowerPoint. Must be flexible to work some weekends. Must be flexible for some business travel.

E-mail resume, cover letter and salary requirements to the Human Resources or fax (212) 779-8056

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be invested in overseas:

Offshore Trading is the trading of Listed Securities overseas. The following securities are officially

Listed companies: listed stocks and ETF Government and State Enterprise Bonds Treasury Bills

Our international executive service provides specialist advice, planning and transaction services. service provides:

Advice on the most appropriate assets to hold as a non-resident Strategic financial planning to keep your financial goals on track while you are looking fo investment in overseas markets.

Access to portfolio management services to manage your portfolio

Fixed Income
This service covers the activities of giving advice to Corporate and Financial Institution on how to limit risk exposure on interest rate, currencies, commodity by provide the hedging ideas. This also include more complex structure i.e. combination of interest rate, currencies and commodities. We are also providing investors with investment idea that link to interest rate, currencies, commodities.

Investment Banking Services


As a leading financial services and securities business, CNS Investment Banking provides clients with a wide range of financial advisory and securities products including Equity Capital Market, Corporate Finance, and Debt Capital Market.

CNS was granted approval by The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to provide financial advisory services within the scope set by The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Our products and services are as follows. Equity Capital Market

IPOs and Listing Public Offering Private Placements Right Offering Privatization

Getting to Know Mutual Fund


The most critical factor for success investment is asset allocation, according to the well-know studies by Gary Brinson, Randolph Hood and Gilbert Beebower (Financial Analyst Journal, August 1986). More than 90 percent of portfolios performance over the time is due to asset allocation. In other words, market movement of the asset classes in which an investor has invested dictates 90 percent of the movement of his/her portfolio. Asset allocation is the process of deciding how to distribute your investment among different asset classes such as equities, bonds, property and cash, and how many percentage of your investment should be in secure, moderate growth and aggressive growth baskets. An investor has many options for where to invest, and every option has a different risk/reward ratio. For example, the investor can put all investment in the high risk/reward basket such as aggressive growth stocks. After that if the market go up, he/s

careers
At Nomura, you'll uncover the spirit of a business with a proud heritage, deep expertise and the confidence to always move on to even greater things. As one of the fastest growing global investment banks in the world, we're rapidly becoming the new force in the industry. With the strongest of financial foundations, our entrepreneurial spirit ensures that we uncover new opportunities and seize the moment in ways that our competitors can't. Right now, our people are helping to reshape international finance and define new possibilities. We'll give you all the tools you need to build a long-term career at the heart of an ambitious global business. There may never be such a magnificent opportunity again.

Board of directors of nomura

Kulpuneet Singh <KP>


Assistant Project Manager- Strategic Change Management (Investment Banking) at Nomura Mumbai Area, India Financial Services Current Assistant Project Manager- Strategic Change Management (Investment Banking) at Nomura Securities Industry Consultant- Financial Markets at IBM Business Analyst- Securities & Capital Markets Consulting Group at Wipro Technologies Business Analyst- Corporate & Investment Banking Group atHexaware Technologies Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT-Delhi) ICFAI Business School, Hyderabad University of Cambridge
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Past Education

Recommendations 22 people have recommended Kulpuneet Connections 500+ con

Avani Chitroda, ITIL Certified


Global Portfolio Manager at Nomura Securities Mumbai Area, India Information Technology and Services Current Global Portfolio Manager at Nomura Securities

Past Education Sr. Application Analyst at Nomura Team Manager at Electronic Data Systems Team Lead at EDS

Indira Gandhi National Open University Recommendations 18 people have recommended Avani Connections 473 connections

Kav Ghai
VP - Equities Programme Manager at Nomura Securities Greater New York City Area Banking Current Past Education City University (GB) Connections 41 Equity Derivatives PMO at Nomura Product Modelling Manager Senior Analyst at Lehman Brothers Programme Support Manager Senior Analyst at Lehman Brothers VP - Execution Services Programme Manager at Nomura Securities

Chris Locurto
Program Manager at Nomura Securities Greater New York City Area Information Technology and Services Current Program Manager at Nomura Securities Principal Consultant, US Technology Projects Practice Manager at CS Technology

Past Education Rider University City University of New York-College of Staten Island Recommendations 1 person has recommended Chris Connections 397 connections Program Manager at New York Stock Exchange Project Manager at Reed Elsevier Project Manager at Ellington Management Group
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There are several routes to a graduate experience with Nomura. If you want to focus on banking, consider our investment banking programs; whilst if the markets excite you, then apply to our global markets program.

O3 CAPITAL

o3 Capital Global Advisory Private Limited ("o3 Capital") is a global investment banking firm that provides independent advice on mergers and acquisitions and capital raising, as well as asset management services to corporations, partnerships, institutions and individuals. We combine superior execution capabilities, meticulous research, rich transaction experience and a network of global partnerships to help our clients close a variety of strategic and financial transactions. Founded in 2007, o3 Capital is today a leader in international advisory for mid-market corporations, with offices in Bangalore, Mumbai and New York. We specialize in providing services to clients in the Technology, Life Sciences, Consumer, Real Estate, Infrastructure, Energy, and Media sectors. Our team of seasoned professionals has extensive experience in a variety of disciplines, including strategic analysis, mergers, acquisitions, financing, and recapitalization. More importantly, our focused business model allows us to dedicate the necessary seniorlevel attention to clients.

Strengths

Domain Expertise Dedicated team of specialists with rich transaction experience for each sector. Understanding of key business drivers and in-house domain knowledge and insight across focus sectors such as technology, life sciences, consumer, infrastructure, energy and utilities and media. Specialist in the cross-border mid-market segment Product Knowledge In-depth understanding of various capital syndication alternatives Ability to provide end-to-end client support across the value chain of different segments in our focus sectors Network of global partnerships o3 Capital is the exclusive Indian member of IMAP. IMAP is one of world's largest and most well-respected providers of M&A advisory services for the middle market. IMAP has more than 40 offices in nearly 30 countries around the world. Being a part of IMAP, gives o3 Capital access to leads and live mandates globally and also makes it the first port-of-call for India bound M&A transactions

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Shyam Shenthar
Managing Director and CEO Bangalore Shyam Shenthar is the co-founder, CEO and Managing Director of o3 Capital. He has been instrumental in the launch and development of o3 Capitals investment banking and broking activities. Under his leadership, the firm has closed more than 40 transactions in the three years since inception, aggregating to more than $1.5 billion USD. Prior to founding o3 Capital in 2007, Shyam was with Avendus, where he established its IT services M&A practice. Over a career spanning more than 13 years, Shyam has played multiple advisory roles including that of M&A banker, capital raising advisor and listed securities broker amongst others. Shyam graduated as an engineer from SJCE Mysore and then followed it up with an M.B.A. from Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore.

T R Srinivas
Managing Director Bangalore TR Srinivas manages the Bangalore office and focuses on the firms investment banking activities in India. Prior to founding o3 Capital, Mr Srinivas was with TAIB Bank, Bahrain and Jain Group of Institutions, Bangalore. At TAIB, he established their investment banking practice in India and was involved in various public listings, M&A and PE transactions. Mr Srinivas is a CFA from ICFAI, Hyderabad, and an M. Com from Bangalore University.

Shiraz Bugwadia
Managing Director Mumbai Shiraz Bugwadia manages the Mumbai office and focuses on the firms investment banking activities in Life Sciences and Infrastructure sectors. Prior to founding o3 Capital, Shiraz was with Avendus Advisors and Rochem- India. At Avendus, he led the life sciences practice and focused on emerging Life Sciences sectors including custom synthesis, diagnostic services, and CROs. Shiraz has received a B.E. from Mumbai University and an M.B.A. from Melbourne Business School.

Deepesh Garg
Managing Director

Mumbai Deepesh Garg manages the Mumbai office and focuses on the firms investment banking activities in India. Prior to founding o3 Capital, Deepesh was with Avendus Advisors and SAS Gems. At Avendus, he led the consumer services practice and was involved in various M&A and PE transactions. Deepesh has received a B.S. from Rajasthan University and an M.B.A. from KJ Somaiya, Mumbai.

Anand Nadathur
Director Singapore Anand Nadathur is Director at Nadathur Group; a private investment setup by Mr. N.S.Raghavan, ex-Joint Managing Director and cofounder of Infosys. Anand heads the Wealth Management practice at Nadathur and is responsible for managing and deploying the family's wealth assets across the globe. Having worked with several start-ups, both in India and the USA, in several positions including as a co-founder, Anand's interests in early stage ventures led him to take on the responsibility of managing the firm's complete portfolio of technology investments. Anand has received a Masters in MIS from Boston University and an MBA from INSEAD.

Gopal Anand
Director Bangalore Anand brings over 3 decades of Strategic Management Expertise to o3 Capital. He has been in senior leadership positions and has served as Chief Executive of various companies in Africa, Europe and Asia. He is currently on the Global Executive Board of DCD group, a London based US$ 1 billion conglomerate and overlooks their India interests. Anand brings global leadership experience, having worked across multiple geographies and sectors and is well versed with the geopolitical landscape of Africa in particular. He is currently instrumental in developing o3 Capital's Africa Entry Strategy. Anand has graduated in Bsc (Hons) Mathematics from Delhi University and received an MBA from XLRI, Jamshedpur. PRODUCTS

Consumer
India's middle class population is projected to grow from 50 million to 583 million in the next two decades, making the country the fifthlargest consumer market in the world. The burgeoning disposable incomes and changing consumer mindsets are expected to boost spending in the future. At the same time, emerging technology, innovation and globalization are leading to growing awareness about spending avenues. The consumer products and services sector is set for an exciting period of growth. Several promising trends are unfolding in this space as consumers seek products that bring incremental convenience. Immense opportunities ride on these trends. o3 Capital offers unrivalled knowledge in sectors like food and beverages, personal care, retail, apparel / textile and consumer and

business services. This is driven by our considerable experience in working with numerous consumer businesses, continuous sector tracking and research, and access to an extensive network of private equity funds and investment banks.

Infrastructure
Given the current infrastructure spend at 5% of the GDP; India will need to double its annual allocation on this sector just to sustain the present rate of growth. An investment of close to US$ 500 billion is needed in the industry over the next five years to fill this gap. About 30% of this will be accounted for by private sector investments. Changes in economic policy have created an environment that is conducive to private sector involvement. The credible deal flow over the past few years and the spate of successful IPOs of infrastructure companies have added to the lure of the sector. A direct outcome of this has been the launch of several India-infrastructure focused funds. The infrastructure practice at o3 Capital was set up to act as a conduit between the seekers and providers of infrastructure capital. Since inception, our team has successfully closed several transactions in the shipping and natural resources space. o3 Capital has also developed enduring relationships in areas such as turnkey services in telecom and power, logistics, shipbuilding and infrastructure services among several others.

Life Sciences
The Indian Life Sciences sector is currently estimated at US$ 34 billion and is expected to more than double to US$ 78 billion over the next few years. India has a strong presence in generic drugs manufacturing, and is one of the largest exporters of generic drugs in the world. Outside the USA, India has the largest number of USA FDA approved manufacturing plants, reinforcing the perception that India is a quality producer of pharmaceutical products. Major multinational pharmaceutical companies have set up operations in India, offering their products to the burgeoning middle class. Indian companies, in turn, are going global and setting up operations in the USA, Europe, Africa and Japan. With the growth in disposable incomes and changing lifestyles, there is a significant unmet demand for quality Life Sciences from the middle class in India. Large corporations have set up or are setting a large number of specialty hospitals to fill this void. o3 Capital has wide experience in executing cross-border mergers and acquisitions and private equity syndication transactions in various segments, including the pharmaceutical and Life Sciences services. We offer clients in-depth domain knowledge and unparalleled execution skills.

Media
With changing consumer spending patterns and an increase in advertising expenditure, the Indian Media and Entertainment (M&E) industry is expected to grow from INR 513 billion in 2007 to INR 1,003 billion by 2011 -- a CAGR of 18.5%. The M&E industry in India is witnessing strong growth in both traditional and emerging media, which, coupled with encouraging trends in media

consumption, have led to growing investor interest. Backed by strong thought leadership and industry knowledge, o3 Capital offers unparalleled advice to media companies. We have an excellent understanding of the various business drivers in the industry, and leverage our extensive relationships with industry players and media-focused funds to deliver value to our clients. Some of the focus segments for o3 Capital within the M&E space include out-of-home advertising (OOH), print media and television production.

Real Estate
Real estate in India is witnessing exponential growth and is expected to show phenomenal progress in the coming years. The Indian real estate segment is an unorganized and high growth area. As the industry matures, we see an opportunity for diligent teams to provide financial services that would be required to take young organizations to the big league, as well as help the big players to consolidate and become more efficient. The drivers for the real estate industry are growing demand for homes, high growth in IT and other services, the burgeoning middle class, rapid urbanization and investments in infrastructure. We understand the real estate markets and the nuances of various formats in vogue. We employ traditional instruments and structures as well as explore creative solutions that might better fit our clients strategic and tactical requirements. The real estate team leverages o3 Capitals national and international presence and market knowledge.

Technology
The global technology market is today worth more than US$ 300 billion and is growing at over 5% per annum. Growth rates in the emerging economies are much higher at 12-15% per annum. Momentum in the inorganic space has picked up in the recent past, with firms in the Indo-USA and Indo-Europe corridor increasing their presence across this industry. The team at o3 capital is fully aware of the organic and inorganic opportunities in this sector and has the competencies to address existing and emerging trends. The leadership of o3 Capital has a long legacy of business experience in the technology sector, especially in capital syndication and mergers and acquisitions. We adopt a research-driven approach, ensuring effective execution of transactions. With a combined experience of over 40 years in this space, o3 Capital has considerable execution capabilities and transaction expertise in the following areas: IT services, including ADM, ERP, IMS, consulting Engineering design and services Software product/ IP companies BPO/ KPO Semiconductors and EMS