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CTIA Wireless Foundation Announces New Executive Director Dori Kreiger

by CTIA Wireless Foundation | Oct 01, 2018

WASHINGTON – Today, CTIA Wireless Foundation is pleased to announce that Dori Kreiger will lead the organization as its new Executive Director.

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“We are thrilled to welcome Dori to lead the Foundation,” said CTIA President & CEO and CTIA Wireless Foundation President Meredith Attwell Baker. “Her wide range of experience in the philanthropic community and her passion for effecting positive change through unique partnerships make her an excellent fit for this position.” 

Kreiger joins the organization with more than 20 years of experience working in philanthropy. She comes to CTIA Wireless Foundation from The Pew Charitable Trusts, where she most recently served as Senior Director of Philanthropic Partnerships. There, she led the organization’s charitable outreach and donor-advised fund program and developed innovative programming and engagement opportunities for philanthropists and their trusted advisors.

Previously, Kreiger worked at notable associations and organizations such as Foundation Source, Exponent Philanthropy, the Council on Foundations and the Community Foundation for a Greater Richmond.  

“I am honored to lead CTIA Wireless Foundation as the organization embarks on an exciting new chapter,” said Kreiger. “I look forward to working with our impressive Board of Directors to elevate the foundation’s work to advance the positive social impact fueled by wireless technology on American lives and communities.”

Kreiger earned her bachelor of business degree from James Madison University and did her graduate study at the University of Richmond. She has served on the boards of several nonprofits and was an inaugural class member of the Southeastern Council of Foundations Hull Fellows Program.

About CTIA Wireless Foundation
CTIA Wireless Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to developing and supporting initiatives that use wireless technology to enhance American communities. Its innovative programs leverage mobile technology to provide consumer benefits in two key areas: health and safety. The Foundation was formed by CTIA® member companies in 1991.  Learn more at www.wirelessfoundation.org. 

 

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