About Us:  Since 1996, PNP STAFFING GROUP, also known as Professionals for NonProfits, has been providing talent exclusively to the nonprofit sector.  Specializing in Executive Search and Direct Hire, Interim Professionals, Consultants, and Contract/Temporary Staff – we offer every staffing solution a nonprofit may need.

With a deep understanding of the nonprofit sector, local expertise with a national reach, and outstanding results based on 23 years of experience and proven excellence, PNP helps organizations make smart hiring decisions to advance mission, and build diversity, sustainability, and capacity.

Our Goal is Simple: In a changing and fiercely competitive marketplace, we are creative and resourceful in sourcing the top 10% of talent, and diligent about providing the best service to our clients.

Specialties in the following areas:  Fundraising/Development, Finance, Human Resources, Executive Management, Program management, Marketing, Database and Office Support.

PNP is a certified woman-owned business enterprise.

Recent Executive Search & Direct Hire Placements

AFS Intercultural Program USA — CFO
Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation —  V.P., Marketing
St. John’s Bread and Life — Director of Development
Food & Friends — Client Services Director


PNP’s newly released report, NONPROFIT SALARIES & STAFFING TRENDS, provides salaries for 45 positions across five nonprofit organizational budget sizes. The report provides insight into the hottest issues and staffing trends facing nonprofit organizations in 2020. Download the report.

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PNP President/CEO Contributes to Cerini & Associates Nonprofit Trends Report

Cerini & Associates, Certified Public Accountants, has released their 2020 Nonprofit Trends Report. Managing Partner and Editor Ken Cerini has over 30 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations and is considered a leader in the field. PNP Staffing Group President & CEO Gayle Brandel contributed to the report and shared several trends worth noting. Read the Nonprofit Trends Report for valuable insights into the challenges and opportunities for nonprofits in 2020.