||TPAN names Colleen O'Neill as its new CEO
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TPAN has announced the hiring of Colleen O'Neill as its new CEO to assist in empowering the organization to continue to provide care and far-reaching education to people affected by HIV/AIDS, hepatitis and all related issues, improving the quality of life of people while increasing the reach of the organization.
O'Neill brings more than two decades of nonprofit leadership, high-level fundraising, business development, creative strategic planning, with a creative spirit and deep-rooted passion for the TPAN mission, according to the organization. She joins TPAN with a prosperous track-record growing both grassroots and national organizations.
According to her LinkedIn profile, O'Neill was most recently executive director ( consultant ) of the The Reaumond Foundation, a Chicago non-profit. She has also been director of national chapter development ( consultant ) for Stand Up for Kids as well as chief development director ( consultant ) of Compass to Care, The Mike & Sandy Ernsdorff Childhood Cancer Foundation.
TPAN Board Chair Michael Murphy said in a statement, "the TPAN Board of Directors is absolutely thrilled for our staff and our clients to have Colleen as our new CEO. She comes with high caliber experience and leadership that will drive TPAN to the next level and beyond."
TPAN partnered with Morten Group LLC, a national consulting group, for an extensive search.
See TPAN.com .
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