New York Community Trust Names Next President; J. Paul Getty Trust Hires New York U. Provost as CEO
Also, the Council for Advancement and Support of Education has hired its first chief operating officer.
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J. Paul Getty Trust
Katherine Fleming, provost at New York University, will be the next president and CEO of the arts institution and foundation with $14.5 billion in combined assets. She will start her new role in August.
Fleming will follow Jim Cuno, who will retire this summer after more than 10 years there.
New York Community Trust
Amy Freitag will become its president in the summer. Currently she is executive director of the J.M. Kaplan Fund.
Freitag will succeed Lorie Slutsky, who has led the $3.1 billion fund since 1990.
Council for Advancement and Support of Education
Teresa Flannery will become its executive vice president and chief operating officer on July 1.
A marketing consultant for universities, she is currently chair of the council’s Board of Trustees and will step down from the board in June before assuming her new role.
More New CEOs
Charmaine Arthur has been promoted from chief programs officer to CEO of Freedom House. She replaces Katrina Shaw, who is stepping down after 10 years there.
Ina Clark, director of philanthropy at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival, has joined the animal-welfare charity SPCA International as its executive director.
Deborah Dugan, CEO of the HIV/AIDS charity RED, has been appointed CEO of Beyond Type 1. She succeeds Thom Scher, who died unexpectedly in December. Scher led the organization from 2018 until his death.
Pamela Ronka Maroulis has been promoted from principal consultant to president of Accordant, a consulting firm for health-care management. She will report to its founder, Betsy Chapin Taylor, who will continue serving as CEO.
Jeffrey Martin, who is executive director of the Children’s Community School in Waterbury, Conn., will become executive director of the Talcott Mountain Science Center for Student Involvement on July 1. He will replace Jonathan Craig, who plans to retire after 43 years there.
Mario Nicoleau, chief operating officer, has been promoted to executive director of Food for the Poor-Haiti. He succeeds Ogé Beauvoir, who has led the antihunger group since 2015 and has now retired.
Crystal Potter Rivera, associate executive director, has been promoted to executive director of the Denver Health Foundation. She succeeds Linda Ford, who stepped down after three years to become a consultant.
Charles Salter, president and chief operating officer at the News Literacy Project, will be promoted to CEO on July 1. He replaces Alan Miller, who founded the group and will step down on June 30 as CEO.
Toby Shaw, deputy chief executive at Crawley Community Action, has been promoted to CEO. He follows Daran Bennett, who has served as interim CEO since May 2021.
Marcus Washington, head of school at Washington Jesuit Academy, has been promoted to president of this nonprofit school, which provides tuition-free education to boys from underserved communities in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. He will begin his new role on July 1 when he succeeds Bill Whitaker, who has served as its president since the school’s founding in 2002.
YMCA of the USA
Cesar Silva, executive vice president and chief administration officer at the YMCA of Greater Charlotte, has joined the national organization as executive vice president and chief administration officer.
In addition, Tom Gardner has been hired as senior vice president and chief information officer. Most recently, he was senior vice president and chief information officer at the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society in New York.
Other Notable Appointments
Colin Anderson has joined Data Axle as general manager of the Apogee Cooperative, which uses marketing data to help nonprofit clients identify and reach new prospective donors and supporters. Most recently, he was chief data officer at Wintermind.
Jacqueline Bausch, general counsel at Urban Pathways, will now serve as general counsel at the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust.
Wanda Correa, senior community impact and senior development officer at the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, is now vice president of community impact at the Connecticut Community Foundation.
Melanie Dukes has been promoted from senior program officer for innovative schools to associate program director of K-9 education at the Overdeck Family Foundation. In addition, Carly Roberts has been promoted to associate program director of out-of-school learning. She was previously senior program officer for early impact.
Meghan Frost has been appointed system vice president for philanthropy and campaigns at the More in Common Alliance, a partnership between the Morehouse School of Medicine and CommonSpirit Health. Previously, she was assistant vice president for development at Creighton University Health Sciences.
Maria Hermida, chief compliance officer at the United Services Automobile Association, has been appointed general counsel at Accion.
Joe Kunkel has been promoted from information technology manager to vice president of IT at Christel House International.
Lorie Lambert, who served as director of digital solutions at Schwab Charitable until 2019, has joined the fintech organization Daffy as head of the donor-advised fund at Aside, its cloud-based technology platform.
Vikki Pryor, interim CEO of Getting Out and Staying Out, has been hired as president and CEO. Previously she was founder and managing principal of Change Create Transform. In addition, Adine Schuman has been promoted from interim development director to chief development officer.
Danielle Reed, director of community services at the University of Alaska at Anchorage’s Center for Human Development, has joined the Mat-Su Health Foundation as its director of data and impact.
Paul Ryan, vice president for policy and litigation at Common Cause, has been hired as deputy executive director of the Funders’ Committee for Civic Participation and the Funders’ Committee Action Fund.
Uche Uwahemu has been named director of government affairs at the Center for Elders’ Independence. Most recently, he was senior policy adviser and senior district field representative for Assemblywoman Buffy Wicks of California’s 15th Assembly District.
Elena Marks, founding president and CEO of the Episcopal Health Foundation, intends to retire this year once a successor has been named. She has led the $1.3 billion foundation since its inception in 2013.
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