Points of Light Board of Directors Selects Russell Reynolds for Executive Search

ATLANTA| Feb 7, 2017

The Points of Light Board of Directors executive search committee announced today that it will partner with Russell Reynolds in the recruitment of a new chief executive for the organization. Current CEO Tracy Hoover previously announced her decision to step down in 2017. She will remain in her role during the search and transition to a new leader.

All nominations for and inquiries about the leadership position should be sent to Jamie Hechinger and Kimberly Archer at [email protected].  If you would like to submit your interest in the role, please email your resume and a letter-of-interest directly to [email protected].

The board search committee is comprised of six Points of Light board members and five non-board members who will oversee the recruitment and hiring process.

  • Bernard J. Milano*
    Chair, Search Committee
    President, KPMG Foundation
  • Neil Bush*
    Chairman, Points of Light
  • Jean Becker*
    Chief of Staff, Former President George H.W. Bush
    Office of George H.W. Bush
  • John Bridgeland
    President & CEO, Civic Enterprises
    Vice Chair, Malaria No More
  • Kyle Caldwell*
    Executive Director, Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy
  • James Collins*
    Managing Partner, Eastwood Capital Partners, LLC
  • John Gomperts
    President and CEO, America’s Promise Alliance
    (former Points of Light board member)
  • Pamela Norley*
    President, Fidelity Charitable
  • Rhonda Oliver
    CEO, HandsOn Greater Phoenix
    Vice Chair, Points of Light Affiliate Assembly
  • Wendy Spencer
    CEO, Corporation for National and Community Service
  • David Williams
    Policy, Government Relations and Citizenship
    National Principal
    Deloitte Services LP
    Chair, Points of Light Corporate Service Council

* Member — Points of Light Board of Directors

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