Make-A-Wish CEO announces succession plan

Business News | 13 Jun |

Make-A-Wish America today announced that David Williams, president and CEO, will depart the organization later this year after a successful 14-year career helping to drive the organization’s overall strategy and vision.

Williams has served as the president and CEO of Make-A-Wish America since 2005. Under his leadership, the organization has realized record growth, with overall revenue doubling to more than $342 million. The organization has granted 195,000 wishes to children in the U.S. and its territories during Williams’ tenure.

“We express our gratitude to David for his dedication and invaluable contributions in leading the organization in its simple, but powerful mission to grant life-changing wishes to children with critical illnesses,” said Brenda Yester Baty, Chair of the Make-A-Wish America Board of Directors. “We have built a strong foundation as an effective organization, and our seasoned senior leadership remains committed to exceeding the needs of our families, staff, partners and supporters.”

A search for Williams’ successor is already underway, and the organization anticipates naming a new CEO before the end of the year.

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