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Barbara Bush Foundation Board of Directors Selects Russell Reynolds for Executive Search

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy’s Board of Directors announced today that it will partner with Russell Reynolds in the recruitment of a new chief executive for the organization. As previously announced, current CEO Liza McFadden will leave the Foundation effective March 30. Interim CEO Chris Frangione will lead the organization during the executive search process.

All nominations for and inquiries about the leadership position should be sent to Jamie Hechinger and Tory Clark at BBFFL@RussellReynolds.com. If you would like to submit your interest in the role, please email your resume and a letter-of-interest directly to BBFFL@RussellReynolds.com.

About the Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy: The Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy, a public charity, is the nation’s leading advocate for family literacy. The Foundation was established by Mrs. Barbara Bush in 1989, and today remains committed to her vision of fostering the opportunity for every man, woman and child to secure a better life through literacy. To learn more, visit www.barbarabush.org or join the conversation on Facebook or Twitter (@BarbaraBushFdn).

Media Contact: Lauren Sproull, Director of Communications, at 850-562-5300 or lauren.sproull@barbarabush.org

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Barbara Bush Foundation for Family Literacy
516 North Adams Street • Tallahassee, Florida 32301