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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 […]

New VP Programs At The Nathan Cummings Foundation...

Leticia Peguero joined The Nathan Cummings Foundation (NCF) in New York City as vice president of programs. She has more than 20 years of experience leading and managing programs and grantmaking at the intersections of social and racial justice and the arts. As vice president of programs, Peguaro will develop strategies grounded in principles of social […]

Wright Edelman To Step Down...

Marian Wright Edelman plans to step down as president of the Children’s Defense Fund (CDF) at the end of the year and transition into a new role as President Emerita. Wright Edelman will shift from the the day-to-day responsibilities of running the organization and instead focus energies on “building a lasting movement for children to […]

Top Doc At ACS Steps Down...

The chief medical officer at the American Cancer Society (ACS) has stepped down reportedly in a disagreement regarding commercial partnerships. Otis W. Brawley, M.D., had been executive vice president and chief medical officer for more than a decade. “When Otis joined us in September 2007, he became the face of cancer science and medicine for the […]

Goodwill Taps Former HUD Boss As CEO...

Former U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Steven C. Preston will be the new president and chief executive officer (CEO) of Goodwill Industries International in Rockville, Md. Preston will replace Lorna G. Utley who has served as interim president and CEO since August 2018 upon the resignation of James Gibbons. Preston’s focus will […]

Rapp Stepping Down From JDRF...

Derek Rapp, who has led global type 1 diabetes research organization JDRF since 2014, announced his intention to leave the post at some point next year at which time he’ll join the organization’s board. “We are very grateful for the profound effect Derek has had on the mission of JDRF and the lives touched by T1D over […]

Dillon To Lead JPL&P...

Douglas Dillon, CFRE, has been appointed chief executive officer of consulting firm Jerold Panas Linzy & Partners (JPL&P). Dillon has been involved with JPL&P for 15 years, most recently as senior managing partner. He previously served as president of Catholic Health Initiatives Colorado Foundation, where he provided leadership and fundraising for network of eight hospitals. […]

New CEO For Make-A-Wish...

Make-A-Wish America will have a leader in the new year. The Board of Directors selected Richard K. Davis to succeed David Williams as president and chief executive officer, effective Jan. 2, 2019. The Phoenix, Ariz.-based national office announced the new appointment in a news release today. Williams announced in the spring that he would leave […]