Foundation Source Appoints Joseph Mrak III as Next CEO
Also, the Meyer Memorial Trust has named its first vice president of impact, and Carole Rothman, founder and artistic director of Second Stage, is departing after 45 years.
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Joseph Mrak III has been named CEO of this company, which provides a variety of philanthropy-management services to more than 2,200 private foundations and corporate grant makers.
Until last year, Mrak was global head of wealth solutions at Refinitiv. He succeeds Sunil Garga, who has led the company for two years.
Foundation Source was recently acquired by the Chicago private-equity firm GTCR.
Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation
Cathy Garcia, director of funder community and learning at Resilia, has been appointed director of program initiatives and learning.
In addition, Sam Teigen is joining the $380 million foundation as its controller. Previously he was finance manager at the Greenwall Foundation.
Meyer Memorial Trust
Kimberly Melton has been hired as vice president of impact, a new role at the $1 billion grant maker for social justice.
Previously she was chief of staff for Deborah Kafoury, who served as chair of Oregon’s Multnomah County from 2015 until last year.
More New CEOs
Fran Albrecht has been named vice president of advancement at Montana State University and president and CEO of the Montana State University Alumni Foundation. Most recently she was chief philanthropy officer at the Providence Montana Health Foundation.
Tracey Capers has been appointed executive director of the HOPE Program, a nonprofit group that helps residents of New York find jobs and long-term financial sustainability. Previously she was executive vice president and chief program officer at the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation.
Miah Davis, engagement and philanthropy manager at BasBlue, has been tapped as executive director of the Detroit Artists Market.
Rick Munroe, vice president for university advancement and external relations at Delta State University, has been named the vice president for university advancement at Valdosta State University and CEO of the VSU Foundation.
University of Hawaii Foundation
The university’s fundraising arm has promoted four of its senior leaders.
Maile Au has become associate vice president of alumni and community engagement. She was previously senior executive director of alumni relations.
Allison Ohanian was promoted from senior executive director of estate and gift planning to associate vice president for gift planning and donor development.
Darian Padilla has been named director of development for the university’s West Oahu campus and the University of Hawaii Leeward Community College. She was hired last year as associate director of development for University of Hawaii-West Oahu.
Karla Zarate-Ramirez, associate vice president for major gifts, is now vice president for development.
Other Notable Appointments
Nora Brems has been promoted from director of planned giving to assistant vice president for major and planned giving at Franklin College.
Lauren Candela-Katz, chief development officer at Lifting Up Westchester, has been appointed chief advancement officer at Westchester Jewish Community Services. She succeeds Susan Lewen, who has retired.
Carroll Galvin, interim vice president of institutional advancement and university communications at Notre Dame of Maryland University since June, will continue in the role permanently. He was previously its senior director of grants and advancement operations.
Tal Gilad, chief development officer at Thrive Scholars, will now serve as senior vice president of development at Christel House International. In addition, Vandana Kapur has joined the organization as chief financial officer. She was previously chief financial officer at the Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce.
Nicole Kendrick, senior grant-making manager at the Eat Learn Play Foundation, has been hired as an education program officer at the Kenneth Rainin Foundation. Sarah Williams has also joined the $686 million foundation as an arts program officer. Most recently, she was managing director at the California Shakespeare Theater.
Angie Hatfield Marker, president and CEO of the Community Foundation of East Central Illinois, has been named director of development for the eastern region at the Carle Health Center for Philanthropy.
Kriston Alford McIntosh has been promoted from deputy chief communications officer to chief communications and marketing officer at the American Civil Liberties Union.
Melissa Mendoza has been named chief financial officer at HCA Houston Healthcare Medical Center. She was previously assistant chief financial officer at HCA Houston Healthcare Mainland.
Useetha Evans Rhodes has been promoted from director of human-resources partnering to chief people officer at FHI 360. She served as acting chief human resources officer for the last nine months.
Robin L. Robin, director of human resources at Primary Care Development Corporation, has been hired as chief people and administrative officer at the Corporation for Supportive Housing.
Mira Irons is stepping down after two years as CEO and president of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, which also operates the Mütter Museum.
Peter Landgren, president of the University of Cincinnati Foundation and vice president of university advancement since 2017, is retiring from those roles. He will remain with the university as a tenured faculty member in its College-Conservatory of Music.
Rand Morgan will retire after nine years as president and CEO of the Weld Community Foundation on December 31.
Carole Rothman, founder and artistic director of Second Stage, is departing after 45 years at the performing-arts group in New York.
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