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Friday, August 12, 2011

National MS Society names a new President and CEO


August 10, 2011 -
The board of directors of the National MS Society is pleased to have the honor to announce that effective October 1, Cyndi Zagieboylo will become the National MS Society’s new President and CEO.
Selecting the best candidate to lead the National MS Society is one of the most important duties that the national board has as volunteer leaders. We knew that we were looking for someone who could build on the strengths and extraordinary successes that we have together achieved. Someone who could bring together people from across the MS movement to fuel the necessary growth and innovation needed to realize a world free of MS. And I am pleased to say that we have found this person in Cyndi.
With more than 25-years’ experience at the National MS Society, Cyndi began her career at what was then called the Massachusetts chapter as a director of support services where she worked directly with people with MS, healthcare professionals and the community. From there, she focused on developing programs and services in the southeast and after that became an area director for the northeast where she worked on fund development, financial analysis, strategic planning and mission delivery as well as board member engagement.
As vice president for chapter programs she shifted her focus nationwide to vastly improve the strength of the chapter structure for the Society to better benefit people with MS. In this role she focused on ensuring the Society grew to be a strong unified and mission-focused organization, she helped establish the IRC call center, implemented the chapter certification standards program and developed several key processes for chapter support that remain in place today. As chief field services officer, her most current position, Cyndi’s role in the establishment of our regions was critical as she drove the process to align territories and hired our regional executive vice presidents. Further, she played a key role in establishing our 2011 through 2015 strategic response as a member of the core strategy and implementation team.
“Cyndi knows the MS Society inside and out and is perfectly positioned to become the National MS Society’s next CEO. Her 25-plus-year career at the Society and her vast experience from chapter to regional to national leadership demonstrates her deep knowledge of how this organization functions. Further, her strategic thinking and results-driven track record speak to her strength as a leader,” said Tom Kuhn, national board chair and search committee member.

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