Rebecca Lane

Third Sector Company is proud to announce that Rebecca Lane has been begun as the Interim Executive Director of the Tacoma Farmers Market.

 

Tacoma Farmers Market creates vibrant marketplaces where local farms, small businesses, and organizations connect directly with the community in Tacoma, Washington. The organization envisions that all residents, regardless of income, will have reliable access to fresh, healthy food, and celebrate its place in the community.

 

I started at the Tacoma Farmers Market just in time for fall harvest!” said Rebecca. “This 41-year-old organization is staffed by dedicated folks and the board is deeply engaged. The products sold are fantastic – local & delicious. With most markets ending soon I’m on a fast learning curve, meeting vendors, supporting staff, and asking lots of questions.

 

“The board is excited about the organizational assessment process and I’m supporting a strategic planning process to launch early next year, as well as starting the permanent Executive Director search. It’s a delightful interim placement, and I’m so grateful for the support of Third Sector Company.”

 

Rebecca Lane is a graduate of Third Sector Company’s Interim Executives Academy and offers more than 20 years of nonprofit management experience. She is recognized for her design approach to organizational change and development through the lens of racial equity and inclusion. Rebecca holds previous Interim Executive Director experience at Green Plate Special and NW Network of Bi, Trans, Gay, and Lesbian Survivors of Abuse, both in Seattle. Rebecca is adjunct faculty at Antioch University and also holds an MA in Whole Systems Design, Community Development from the same institution.

 

All of the Third Sector Company community sends our best wishes to Rebecca and our thanks to the leadership at Tacoma Farmers Market for putting their trust in the people, teachings and programs of Third Sector Company that have served nonprofits over the past 20 years.

 

Tacoma Farmers Market creates vibrant marketplaces where local farms, small businesses, and organizations connect directly with the community. It envisions: a Pierce County where farmland is actively preserved and where local farms grow and thrive; that all residents, regardless of income, will have reliable access to fresh, healthy food, and celebrate its place in the community; and an affordable and accessible path to business ownership that reflects Pierce County’s rich diversity.

 

Third Sector Company and the graduates of Interim Executives Academy are available to provide vetted, highly-trained nonprofit interim executive leadership. From the training and experience at Interim Executives Academy, the graduates can provide a series of protocols and deliverables to ensure a successful interim leader engagement. They will also have access to mentorship and coaching through our community of interim leadership professionals.

 

If your nonprofit is preparing for a leadership transition or succession planning, contact us today.

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