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Skoll Foundation Taps Veteran of Obama, Clinton Administrations As Next CEO...

A veteran of the Clinton and Obama administrations who helped create what eventually became the AmeriCorps program will become the next chief executive at the Skoll Foundation. The Board of Directors of the Palo Alto, Calif.-based foundation today announced the appointment of Donald H. Gips. The transition from interim president and Chief Operating Officer Richard […]

Timms Tapped To Head Lincoln Center...

Henry Timms, the co-founder of #GivingTuesday, will leave his post as executive director of 92Y to become the next president and CEO of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. Timms will be the 11th president and CEO of Lincoln Center when he takes over in early May 2019. Acting President Russell […]

Former Obama Official To Head Campion Foundation, Advocacy...

A former Department of Interior official in the Obama Administration has been tapped to lead the Campion Foundation and Campion Advocacy Fund. Neil Kornze will succeed Lisa Jaguzny, who stepped down in June after almost 10 years. Jaguzny, the organization’s founding CEO, left Campion to become executive director of Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center in […]

City Year, IAVA Founders Stepping Down...

The founders of two national nonprofits yesterday announced they would be moving on from leading their organizations as CEOs. Co-founder Michael Brown will step down from his position as CEO at City Year in June, when the organization will marks its 30th anniversary. Paul Rieckhoff, who founded Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) 14 […]

American Enterprise Institute Gets New Leader...

Robert Doar will be the next president of the conservative American Enterprise Institute (AEI), succeeding Arthur C. Brooks, who served in the post for more than a decade. Doar currently is the Morgridge Fellow in Poverty Studies at AEI and will become the organization’s 12th president, effective July 1, 2019. Brooks announced last March his […]

Fenger To Head Partnerships At IS...

Beth Fenger is the new chief partnerships officer at Independent Sector in Washington, D.C. Fenger most recently founded and led Community Impact Solutions, a consultancy focused on organizational development for nonprofits and small businesses. She also spent eight years with Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA), rising to the position of national director, partner […]

CEO Retiring At UW of Southwestern Pennsylvania...

United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania President and CEO Bob Nelkin announced his plan to retire in the coming year after the leading the Pittsburgh, Pa.-based affiliate since 2007. The search process will “take a number of months and will be national and local because I feel it’s very important to open our eyes and see […]

Feldman To Lead National Gallery Of Art...

Kaywin Feldman, director and president of the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia), will become the first female director of The National Gallery of Art (NGA) in Washington, D.C. The NGA announced that the board elected Feldman to be the next director, the fifth in its 77-year history. She will succeed Earl A. “Rusty” Powell III, […]

New CEO At Public Interest Registry...

The Board of Directors of Public Interest Registry (PIR) unanimously selected Jonathon Nevett as president and chief executive officer, effective Dec. 17. Reston, Va.-based PIR is the nonprofit operator of the .org domain. With deep expertise in the domain name industry, Nevett will guide the growth of the .org domain while advancing advocacy efforts in support of […]

UW of Greater Cincinnati Rebuilding CEO Quit Citing Hostile Work Environment...

United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) raised a projected $50.315 million at the conclusion of its 2018 campaign on Nov. 14. The total is less than the $52 million UWGC had projected late last month when it warned its 140 partner agencies about a potential shortfall. The 2018 total is about $6.2 million, almost 11 […]