Thursday, February 1, 2018 from 7:15 AM to 10:30 AM EST
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Davio's Restaurant 
King of Prussia Town Center
200 Main Street
King of Prussia, PA 19406

Driving Directions 


Mitch Wienick 
Kelleher Associates, an AchieveNEXT Company 


Join your executive peers for content discussion followed by a roundtable exclusive to those who qualify and are willing to share contacts and ideas.

7:15 a.m.  ExecuNet meeting for professionals conducting or anticipating a career transition. Informal networking, a continental breakfast and presentation by a thought leader.

9:15 a.m.  Senior Roundtable for C-Suite executives only. Structured networking to access business, market and industry intel. Share contacts and connections for target companies of interest. Please submit a one-page networking profile, including target companies, to Karen Tierney at ktierney@kelleherllc.com. (Kelleher reserves the right to qualify participants.)

REGISTRATION: $25 (one fee for either/both meetings)

Kelleher Associates, an AchieveNEXT Company, facilitates these meetings for ExecuNet members and non-members. Our meetings are open to the public.


TOPIC:  Making the Switch from For-Profit to Non-Profit - A Recruiting Professional Provides His Perspective on How to Position Yourself and Persuade Others 

SPEAKER:  Andrew Wheeler, Managing Director & Practice Leader at Diversified Search

Andrew C. Wheeler is Managing Director and Leader of the Education, Nonprofit, and Arts and Culture practice at Diversified Search, and is an active member of the Healthcare Services practice.

Andrew’s clients have included research intensive institutions, medical schools, liberal arts colleges, and museums. Prior to joining the firm in 2003, he spent four years with Heidrick & Struggles. He is passionate about finding the right individuals who can make a significant impact for mission-driven organizations.

Andrew began his career in undergraduate admissions at Bowdoin College, where he managed student volunteers, reviewed applications, and recruited prospective students. He then worked in the creative and technical staffing industry for HireKnowledge, leading its Philadelphia, New York, and San Francisco offices.