Nonprofit Careers Produce Tangible Impacts on Our Community

By Aspire Economic Development + Chamber Alliance | | 6.4.24

As part of the “Work for a Nonprofit, Make a Difference” campaign, Charitable Advisors and their Director of Community and Content, Chelsea Ohlemiller, are shining light on the stories of nonprofit teams across central Indiana to attract interest to the open positions in the nonprofit sector.

Wendy Noe has led Dove Recover House for Women for almost ten years. Wendy has no hesitation explaining her passion and dedication for the nonprofit sector in Indianapolis. As the Chief Executive Officer at Dove Recovery House for Women, she has led the organization in serving over 1,000 women dealing with addiction issues, including hiring Dove House alumni to join her team and work for the nonprofit. With a smile she said: “I love working for a nonprofit because we can see the tangible impact we’re having on our community. Every day I get to see the amazing transformations that our clients go through. We’re saving lives.”

This is just one story, one organization, and one example of the purposeful work happening in our community’s nonprofit sector and a solid reason why job seekers should consider applying for open positions within the space.

"We are excited to show the meaningful impact of nonprofits in our communities and highlight current job availability in the sector," said Chelsea Ohlemiller, Director of Community and Content at Charitable Advisors. "Through this campaign, we hope to inspire more passionate and qualified individuals to consider a career in this field of critical need and impact."

Job seekers can learn more about pursuing a nonprofit career and download a Nonprofit Job Seeker tool kit at: They can review current nonprofit job openings at: Employers can submit open positions at:

Charitable Advisors is an Indianapolis-based publishing and consulting firm with a mission to connect, educate, and inspire nonprofit board and staff leadership as they respond to the needs of their constituencies and communities.