News and analysis
August 21, 2015

New Leader at Habitat for Humanity New York City and a Change at Walton Foundation

Anita Ng

Karen Haycox, new chief executive for Habitat for Humanity New York City

Habitat for Humanity New York City

Karen Haycox was named chief executive. Ms. Haycox previously served as vice president for fund development at Southwest Solutions, which provides social services and housing in Detroit. She also worked at Habitat for Humanity International in Atlanta, where her projects included disaster relief following Hurricane Katrina, the Haiti earthquake, and Hurricane Sandy.

Walton Family Foundation

Buddy Philpot will step down as executive director.

Camp Corral

Mary Beth Hernandez was appointed chief executive of the summer camp for children of military families.

Conner Prairie

Karrie Zuccarello was named chief development officer at the history park.

Center for Cultural Innovation

Angie Kim was named president and chief executive.

Circus Center

Sara Moore was named director of the Clown Conservatory at the circus-training and performing-arts center in San Francisco.

Washington National Cathedral

Gary Hall announced he will step down as dean on December 31, two years early. Mariann Budde, bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington, will serve as interim dean.

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