December 16, 2016

Indiana U. Health Hires New Chief Philanthropy Officer, Los Angeles Universal Preschool Names CEO

UNC Gittings School of Public Health

Crystal Hinson Miller, chief philanthropy officer for Indiana University Health.

Indiana University Health

Crystal Hinson Miller was named chief philanthropy officer at Indiana University Health.

Ms. Miller joins the hospital system from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she was associate dean of advancement at the Gillings School of Global Public Health. She previously served as executive director of UNC’s Public Health Foundation.

Los Angeles Universal Preschool

Scott Hippert, chief executive of Parents as Teachers, was named chief executive of Los Angeles Universal Preschool.

Other notable appointments

Katharine Krieger was named chief investment officer at the Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation. Ms. Krieger previously was senior consulting associate and team leader at Cambridge Associates in Boston.

Kelli Rhee, vice president for venture development at the Laura and John Arnold Foundation, was promoted to executive vice president and chief strategy officer.

Misti Sangani, the Silicon Valley Community Foundation’s vice president for donor experience and engagement, was named the organization’s chief donor-experience and engagement officer.

Esther Shin was promoted from executive vice president to president at Urban Strategies. She will succeed Sandra Moore, who has led the organization for more than 16 years.

Rebecca Troth, a pro bono counsel for Sidley Austin LLP, will be executive director of the Pro Bono Center at the District of Columbia Bar.

Jennifer Wilds, interim chief financial officer at Habitat for Humanity Greater San Francisco, was formally appointed to the post.


Paul Joskow, president of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. plans to retire at the end of next year.

Julia Lopez, chief executive of the College Futures Foundation, plans to retire at the end of June.

Anne Marion, founder of the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, is retiring as chair of its Board of Trustees.


Eric Hilton, a longtime board member of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, died on December 10. He was 83. Mr. Hilton retired as vice chairman of Hilton Hotels Corporation (now Hilton Worldwide), which was founded by his father, Conrad Hilton.

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