James Weinberg has been the CEO of FUSE Corps since 2014, following his leadership of several entrepreneurial ventures that focused on leveraging cross-sector talent to enhance social impact.
James previously served as co-founder and chairman of AchieveMission, a management-consulting firm dedicated to increasing the impact of organizations by improving their capacity for leadership development. Prior to that, he served as the co-founder and CEO of Commongood Careers, a retained search firm focused on addressing the unique recruiting needs of the nation’s most entrepreneurial nonprofits. James also served as the national development director at BELL, a tutoring and mentoring program that he helped grow over three years from a $4 million to a $15 million budget, and as the founding executive director of the Homeless Children’s Education Fund, where he worked to ensure that children who are homeless have increased access to educational opportunities.
James currently serves as the national board chair of Coro and has served on the boards of groups such as Reimagining Service, Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy, and ProInspire. He also helped convene the first White House forum on nonprofit leadership.
James earned an M.S. in public policy and management from Carnegie Mellon University, is an alumnus of the Coro Fellows Program, and holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and classics from Tufts University. James lives in Boston with his son, Jack.