Pasadena – ColoradoBoulevard.net:
Ronald Streitz Joins Union Station as Chief Development and Communications Officer.
By News Desk
Ronald Streitz brings over 40 years of experience in the nonprofit sector to his role at Union Station where he will be overseeing a team of eight with development and communications responsibilities for raising awareness, understanding and support for the mission of Union Station.
Streitz has served in executive and consulting positions in a diverse range of local, regional, and national organizations such as healthcare, social services, culture, and education with comprehensive responsibilities for operational, endowment, and capital support.
Most recently, he has served as Chief Development Officer for Senior Services for Northern California/Sequoia Living in San Francisco, as Regional Director of Gift Planning and with Sutter Health in Berkeley, CA. Prior to this, he had nationwide responsibilities working with the American Lung Association out of its New York headquarters, where he served in dual capacities as the Assistant Vice President for Major and Planned Giving, and Assistant Vice President, Field Revenue Planning and Support.
Anne Miskey, CEO Union Station Homeless Services, said:
We are delighted to have Ron join us to help guide our work with our 50th anniversary coming next year. Our services and geographic area have grown over the years, and Ron has the expertise to take us to the next level.
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