Since 1855, Greene Street Friends School (GSFS) has educated children according to the Quaker principles of honesty, respect for the individual, peace, and simplicity. The ethos of the GSFS community is rooted deeply in respect for everyone, stemming from the Quaker belief in “that of God” in all, and strengthened by the caring, spiritual relationship with Green Street Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. GSFS inspires students to be world changers and seekers of knowledge, equity, and social justice. Strong academic fundamentals and ethical strength prepare GSFS students for a rapidly changing world and enable them to succeed with enthusiasm for learning and for life.
Located in the heart of historic Germantown, GSFS represents the racial, economic, and religious diversity of Philadelphia at large. GSFS values the richness of its diversity, encourages empathy and responsibility, and expands how students perceive the complexities of their experiences. An emphasis on simplicity, stewardship, and integrity underlies this inclusive community.
Reporting to the newly appointed Head of School, Michelle Y. Holland, the new Director of Finance and Operations will be a community leader who embodies the mission of GSFS. Guided by Quaker values, the DFO will be thoughtful, inspirational, and innovative, and will provide spirit-led leadership in the operations and management of the School.
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The search committee for the Greene Street Friends School Director of Finance and Operations will begin accepting nominations and reviewing applications immediately. Candidates are invited to submit a letter of interest and resume to the following address: GreeneStreetFriendsDFO@storbecksearch.com.