The Diane & Bruce Halle Foundation has appointed Tom Egan as its executive director for the organization, effective Oct. 18.
Egan, who recently served as the Foundation for Senior Living president/CEO, has more than 20 years of nonprofit executive leadership experience, according to a press release, describing his “passion for helping vulnerable populations.”
Egan will spearhead efforts to collaborate on social justice issues and enhance the quality of people’s lives. He will also oversee grant management and philanthropy programs, the release said, ensuring Halle’s culture of integrity and donor intent is preserved.
“I have the privilege to amplify the incredible work done for decades by The Diane & Bruce Halle Foundation to help the most vulnerable members of our community,” said Egan in the release. “My personal mission has always been to serve the poor and vulnerable in our community. I am looking forward to continuing that mission working alongside the trustees of the Halle Foundation.”
Egan brings a track record of governance and building strong community relationships to The Diane & Bruce Halle Foundation. His three decades of nonprofit management include leadership roles with the Foundation for Senior Living, Catholic Charities Communities Services and Esperanca.
Egan has a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy from the University of Akron and a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from Bowling Green State University.
“We are pleased to have Tom Egan join us to help with our mission to strengthen the daily opportunities and lifelong outcomes for people and communities,” said Diane Halle, executive chairman and president of The Diane & Bruce Halle Foundation, in the release.
“We look forward to the future and believe that with Tom’s leadership, our organization will continue to grow and offer our community the essential services it needs.”