The Annie E. Casey Foundation in Baltimore has announced the promotion of XANDER PERRY to vice president and chief investment officer, succeeding MAY NG, who is leaving to lead the investments team at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
The American LGBTQ+ Museum in New York City has announced the appointment of SUHALY BAUTISTA-CAROLINA as director of public programs and partnerships. Bautista-Carolina was previously senior managing educator of audience development and engagement at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The American Kidney Fund in Rockville, Maryland, has announced the selection of SILAS NORMAN as chair of its national volunteer board of trustees. A transplant nephrologist at the University of Michigan, Norman has been instrumental in helping the organization develop its patient and provider education programming.
The Chinati Foundation in Marfa, Texas, has announced the appointment of CAITLIN MURRAY as director. Murray was previously the director of archives and programs at the Judd Foundation.
The Green Climate Fund in Incheon, South Korea, has announced the appointment of MAFALDA DUARTE as executive director. Duarte has been CEO of the Climate Investment Funds since 2014.
The Les Turner ALS Foundation in Chicago has announced the appointment of LAURA FREVELETTI as CEO, effective April 10. Freveletti most recently worked as a senior program officer at the Allstate Foundation. She will succeed ANDREA PAULS BACKMAN, who is stepping down after eight years as CEO.
Lincoln Center in New York City has announced the selection of STEVEN R. SWARTZ as chair of its board of directors, succeeding KATHERINE G. FARLEY. Swartz is president and CEO of Hearst.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute in Simi Valley, California, has announced the appointment of DAVID V. TRULIO as president and CEO, effective April 3. Most recently, Trulio was managing editor, head of strategy and editorial operations, at FOX News Digital.
The Scratch Foundation in Boston has announced the selection of MINDEE H. BARHAM and SARAH SMIRNOFF as co-executive directors. Barham and Smirnoff first joined the Scratch Foundation in 2022 as chief philanthropy officer and chief product officer, respectively. They were named interim co-executive directors in October.
Southwestern Medical Foundation in Dallas has announced the selection of MICHAEL MCMAHAN as CEO, effective March 20. McMahan worked at the George W. Bush Presidential Center for 11 years, moving from program manager to his current position as vice president of corporate planning and development.
The Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City has announced the selection of SCOTT ROTHKOPF as director, succeeding ADAM D. WEINBERG. Rothkopf is currently the senior deputy director and chief curator. Weinberg led the museum for 20 years, including through its location change to the city’s Meatpacking District.
The World Food Program USA in Washington, D.C., has announced the appointment of CHRISTINE TODD WHITMAN to its board of directors. Whitman is president of the Whitman Strategy Group, a former Environmental Protection Agency administrator, and a former governor of New Jersey.
PND also notes the passing of WILLIAM R. COTTER, the former president and chair of Oak Foundation’s board. Cotter became the foundation’s first president in 2000, after leading Colby College since 1979. During his time with the foundation, he helped formally establish the Oak Foundation Denmark and the International Human Rights Programme.