The Laura and John Arnold Foundation recently announced the appointment of Kelli Rhee as its new president and chief executive officer. The appointment is a promotion from within as Rhee has been serving as executive vice president and chief strategy officer of the foundation for more than a year.
Marsha Levick has been selected for the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry’s (AACAP) 2017 Catchers in the Rye Humanitarian Award. This is the AACAP's highest honor; recognizing those who have made sustained and substantial contributions to the mental health of children and youth through work in services, advocacy, philanthropy, research and/or education.
The Board of Trustees of Madison Square Boys & Girls Club has recently announced the appointment of Tim McChristian as its next executive director, succeeding Joseph Patuleia after a transformational 13-year tenure.
Effective Oct. 1, 2017, Jeffrey Vanderploeg, Ph.D. is the president and CEO of the Connecticut-based Child Health and Development Institute (CHDI). He replaces Judith Meyers, who has served as the leader of CHDI since it began operations.