Extensive Search and Recruitment Process Led by Envision Consulting
Los Angeles, CA – Discovery Cube, Southern California, a nonprofit museum that inspires and educates young minds through engaging science-based programs and exhibits, announced that Jen Granger has been hired as their new Vice President of Development in Orange County, effective July 10th.
Ms. Granger has spent over twenty years serving nonprofit organizations, leading development efforts at Girl Scout Council of Orange County, Whittier Law School, and St. Jude Medical Center in Fullerton, where she secured a $1M gift to support both the hospital’s capital campaign and annual fund. Most recently, she served as Director of Advancement at Sherman Library & Gardens, where she led fundraising efforts for a multi-phase capital campaign. She brings significant experience in donor stewardship, capital campaign management, and organizational sustainability.
“I am passionate about STEM education as well as hands-on learning outside a traditional classroom. It is a privilege to build upon the Discovery Cube’s success over the past 25 years and be part of the team that helps create the next generation of innovators.”
With locations in Los Angeles and Orange County, Discovery Cube has delighted children, educators, and caregivers since 1998, instilling a passion for the sciences in millions of lives. Discovery Cube’s exhibitions and programs create high-quality science learning experiences to propel young scientists forward as the innovators of the future.
Jen Granger was hired as Discovery Cube’s next Vice President of Development in Orange County after an extensive search and recruitment process led by the Discovery Cube search committee in collaboration with Envision Consulting.
Envision Consulting is a boutique firm that specializes in executive search, organizational strategy, merger exploration, and executive leadership transitions exclusively for nonprofit organizations. With offices in New York and Los Angeles, Envision’s commitment to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion is integrated throughout its practices, which include a structured hiring process and anti-biased decision making. In 2023, Envision was named by the Women of Color in Fundraising and Philanthropy as a Top 10 Search Firm that Works for Women of Color for the third year in a row.