Press Release: Richard Ritter Joins the National Association of Charitable Gift Planners as Director of Membership

Sunday, September 9, 2018
For Immediate Release
For more information, please contact:
Jessica Hall, Director of Membership and Marketing

Indianapolis, IN -- The National Association of Charitable Gift Planners (CGP), the leading organization setting standards for charitable gift planners, has hired Richard Ritter as the new Director of Membership.

Richard will provide strategic and operational management of membership development, recruitment and retention. Responsibilities include creating meaningful experiences for CGP members and supporting strong relationships with the national network of CGP affiliated councils.

“I am thrilled to be joining the CGP team and community. I look forward to partnering with members to address their needs and promote their continued development,” said Richard.

Richard joins CGP from Teach For America (TFA). TFA is a diverse network of leaders who confront educational inequity through teaching and work with unwavering commitment from every sector of society to create a nation free from this injustice. For two years, Richard served as the Director, Incoming Corps Members where he crafted yearly vision and strategic direction on the Indianapolis regional team. Mr. Ritter also served as Manager of School Partnerships for TFA.

Richard holds a Master of Arts in Teaching from Marian University and attended Wabash College where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and played tennis. Richard is a native of New Palestine, Indiana.

The National Association of Charitable Gift Planners is committed to improving the art and science of the charitable gift planning process. We equip members with relevant resources, including guidelines, articles, model documents and samples that help enrich and advance careers. We connect colleagues at all levels through our national network, including those who defined the field. We exist to serve our distinguished profession and bring life to charitable gift planning.



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