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October 02, 2015

Reynold Levy Takes Over at Robin Hood Foundation; Kiwanis Elects Its 1st Woman Board Leader

Kiwanis International
Susan A. "Sue" Petrisin, new president of the Board of Trustees at Kiwanis International

Kiwanis International

Susan Petrisin, assistant director of alumni programs at Michigan State University, was appointed president of the Board of Trustees at Kiwanis International, which helps youths around the world and seeks to improve communities. She is the first woman to hold the position at the service organization, where 30 percent of members are female.

Robin Hood Foundation

Reynold Levy, former president of the Lincoln Center, was named president.

Downtown Women’s Center

Anne Miskey, executive director of Funders Together to End Homelessness, was appointed chief executive officer.

Gulf Coast Community Foundation

Mark Pritchett, senior vice president for community investment, was promoted to chief executive officer.

National Kidney Foundation

Kevin Longino, interim chief executive officer, will lead as chief executive officer.

Opportunity Nation

Monique Rizer, chief of staff at Be the Change, the parent organization of Opportunity Nation, was appointed executive director.

Other Notable Changes:

Maxwell Anderson, director of the Dallas Museum of Art, has resigned to join the New Cities Foundation as its director of grant programs.

Christine Dillon, senior manager for institutional giving at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan, will be director of development at Gibney Dance.

James Knickman, founding chief executive officer of the New York State Health Foundation, plans to resign in 2016.

Alan Magill, director of the malaria program at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, died on September 19 in Seattle. He was 61.

Richard Williams, president of the Duke Energy Foundation, will retire on December 31.

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