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Company Overview of Ronald McDonald House Charities, Inc.

Company Overview

Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) is a charitable institution that offers programs focusing on the health and well being of children. The institution offers programs and services that include Ronald McDonald houses, access to health care, family rooms, scholarships, child abuse prevention, suicide prevention, and refugee assistance. RMHC is based in Oak Brook, Illinois.

One Kroc Drive

Oak Brook, IL 60523

United States

Founded in 1984

Phone:

630-623-7048

Fax:

630-623-7488

Key Executives for Ronald McDonald House Charities, Inc.

President and Chief Executive Officer
Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer
Chief Executive Officer of Chicagoland and Northwest Indiana
Chairman
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Ronald McDonald House Charities, Inc. Key Developments

Ronald McDonald House Charities Announces Executive Changes

The Ronald McDonald House Charities Global Board of Trustees elected Sheila Musolino, the current vice president and chief operating officer of the Charity, as president and chief executive officer effective December 15, succeeding current President and CEO J.C. Gonzalez-Mendez. Musolino will lead the global system in plans to expand programs and services to help enable family-centered care for nearly six million children annually. As vice president and COO of the Charity, Musolino has spearheaded the growth and development of initiatives that provide resources to local RMHC Chapters, as well as developed donor relationships, while leading succession planning and organizational development. Musolino succeeds J.C. Gonzalez-Mendez, who is retiring after three years of serving as CEO and over twenty years of dedication to RMHC through participation on local Chapter board of directors in Mexico, Southern California and Chicago.

Ronald McDonald House Charities, Inc. Elects Grace Fung Oei and Javier Goizueta to Board of Trustees

Ronald McDonald House Charities elected two new members, Grace Fung Oei and Javier Goizueta, to its global board of trustees beginning January 1, 2015. Grace Fung Oei is the former vice chairman, corporate and institutional clients of Standard Chartered Bank Limited in Hong Kong. Javier Goizueta is a vice president of The Coca-Cola Company. Prior to joining The Coca-Cola Company, he spent 20 years with Procter & Gamble in U.S. Operations and in Latin America.

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