Make-A-Wish Foundation of Georgia and Alabama Announces Changes in Leadership
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Georgia and Alabama recently announced several changes to its senior leadership team, including the appointment of a new CEO to lead the organization through the implementation of a far-reaching strategic plan.
John J. Brennan, who had been Executive Vice President for the American Heart Association’
George A. Georgiou, Chairman of the Board, cites that the Board of Directors conducted a detailed and thorough search for the new leader of the organization. “The staff, donors, sponsors and volunteers deserve nothing less than world class leadership, and we are convinced we have that in John Brennan. His vast non-profit experience and leadership skills will be called upon to take the organization to even greater heights, which equates to more children in Georgia and Alabama having their heartfelt wishes come true. The entire board couldn't be more excited to have John as our new CEO."
In other changes, Dianne Lee, formerly a Major and Planned Gifts Officer with Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation, has been appointed Vice President of Individual and Foundation Giving. In this role, she will further develop the organization’
Finally, in a newly created position that expands Make-A-Wish’
About the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Georgia and Alabama:
The Make-A-Wish Foundation of Georgia and Alabama is a chapter of the national network, Make-A-Wish Foundation of America. With a mission to grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions, the organization has enriched the lives of over 5,000 local families with hope, strength and joy since its inception. To learn more about the organization, how to donate individual or corporate Sky Miles to facilitate wish-granting, or for opportunities to volunteer, visit www.ga-al.wish.org.
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