Talk about six degrees of separation in North Texas nonprofit corner offices, and Molly Bogen is the common thread. Where to start? At the beginning, of course!
When Molly retired as CEO of The Senior Source after more than 40 years, Cortney Nicolato took over the reins of the operation back in January 2016. But it seems that Cortney’s stay turned out to be a bit shorter than Molly’s when she left these parts last month to take over the CEO position at the United Way of Rhode Island. A native of Pawtucket, Rhode Island, Cortney replaced retiring Anthony Maione, who had spent 35 years as a nonprofit CEO. In the meantime, The Senior Source COO Renae Perry has been interim CEO.
While it hasn’t been officially released, Dallas Area Habitat for Humanity Chief of External Affairs Stacey Paddock Malcolmson has accepted The Senior Source CEO position, and her first day is Monday.
After you digest those job changes, return to the subject of Molly. She came out of retirement to serve as interim executive director for the Dallas Historical Society when DHS Executive Director Amy Aldredge left a year-and-a-half ago. It was just learned that Karl Chiao was named this month to take on the role permanently.
Confused? Don’t be. When the dust settles, just remember that
- Cortney Nicolato is CEO of the United Way of Rhode Island.
- Stacey Paddock Malcolmson is heading up The Senior Source.
- Karl Chiao is executive director of the Dallas Historical Society.
- Molly Bogen has returned to retirement status.
- There’s an opening at Habitat for Humanity for a chief of external affairs.