19 Nov Executive Change: New Leadership at RMHCDC
Kymberly Wolff has been named President & CEO at Ronald McDonald House Charities of Greater Washington, DC (RMHCDC), bringing more than 25 years’ of leadership experience in the global and national nonprofit sector.
Prior to her role with RMHCDC, Wolff led organizational restructuring, developed organizational capacity models for program acceleration and expansion, and worked to advance cross-sector partnerships and shared-value strategy between Fortune 500 companies, nonprofit organizations, and government agencies.
She brings a passion to her new role to help increase access to family-centered healthcare and community program support through transformative growth, long-term sustainability, and measured impact. Wolff takes over for Karen Torres, who announced this fall she was retiring after nearly a decade as President & CEO of RMHCDC.
Her experience includes a decade of serving the global nonprofit sector and leading international development teams at Habitat for Humanity International and CARE, where programs focused on saving lives, eradicating poverty, providing disaster relief, improving livelihoods, and empowering communities through access and opportunity.
Wolff’s leadership will bring innovation to RMHCDC and carry forward the unwavering mission to ease the hardship of childhood illness on children and families through programs that directly improve the health and wellbeing of children.