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Gain instant access to our candid discussion with Team Rubicon Cofounder and CEO Jake Wood

What did it take to go from $250K in annual revenue to $50M in less than a decade? Join us for Executive Take, a virtual fireside chat with Jake Wood, the Cofounder and CEO of Team Rubicon, a veteran-led disaster response organization. 

When you register for CauseMic's Executive Take, you'll receive: 

  • Access to our 45-minute discussion featuring Jake's perspective on the key opportunities and deliberate actions that enabled Team Rubicon's rapid growth.
  • Lessons around identifying and leveraging the right people, process, and technology required for scale. 
  • Insights on how a clearly defined culture led to $50M in annual revenue and more than 120,000 registered volunteers committed to serve in the wake of disasters. 
  • Access to CauseMic's Rapid Growth Framework, a downloadable guide for nonprofit leaders who are ready to grow their organization's revenue and impact.
  • An invite to order Jake's latest book, ONCE A WARRIOR, available on Nov. 10. 
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Who Should Watch Executive Take?

Jake Wood 2018 Espys Pat Tillman Award
Current Nonprofit Executives
and Up-and-Comers 


Since 2010, Jake Wood has led Team Rubicon through transformative growth while responding to large scale natural disasters and complex crises like the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you're leading a team in a resource-constrained environment and are looking to become more proactive in your growth strategy, then sign up to watch the full conversation with Jake, featuring CauseMic CEO Matt Scott and VP of Content Strategy Bobbi Snethen, both former leaders at TR. 

Jake Wood Once A Warrior 2020
Curious Leaders Seeking Perspective 


Before serving those affected by the 2010 Haiti earthquake and cofounding Team Rubicon, Jake enlisted in the Marine Corps in 2005, deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan, and was awarded the Navy-Marine Corps Commendation Medal with valor for actions taken against the enemy in combat.

Learn how he applied the unique skills he gained through military service to his role as a chief executive officer at Team Rubicon, where their North Star is to "become the best disaster response organization in the world." 

Jake Wood Team Rubicon Houston 2017
Those Who Think Strategically and Implement Tactically


Casting a clear vision, Jake empowers his growing team of staff and volunteers to make bold decisions in pursuit of reaching the organization's strategic objectives. Yet he excels at implementing short-term action plans that allow the organization to continue moving forward at a rapid pace.

Whether you're a team of two or many, we'll highlight why a clear vision, decisiveness, and a strong culture are critical components of your organization's growth trajectory.

Also Featuring

Matt Scott CauseMic

Matt Scott

Cofounder and CEO, CauseMic

Matt Scott is an industry-leading nonprofit fundraiser. At the helm of the CauseMic team since 2013, Matt also served as the former Vice President of Development at Team Rubicon. CauseMic has helped a diverse range of nonprofits raise millions of dollars by leveraging the right people, processes, and technology.  


Bobbi Snethen

VP of Content Strategy, CauseMic

Bobbi Snethen is a seasoned nonprofit marketer and communicator. Before joining CauseMic in 2018, she spent more than a decade between Team Rubicon and the American Red Cross, raising awareness and funds for incredible missions through compelling storytelling and multi-channel marketing.

CauseMic Empowers Nonprofit Leaders to Rapidly Scale Revenue 

What’s the key to unlocking exponential growth? People. Process. Technology. CauseMic has developed a step-by-step system to quickly scale your organization while building a loyal tribe of donors.

Register for this edition of Executive Take featuring Team Rubicon CEO Jake Wood and learn what it's like to have us on your team. 

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