Longtime CEO steps down at philanthropic consultancy

Johnson Grossnickle and Associates, a prominent philanthropic consultancy in Greenwood, announced Wednesday that Angela White has been named CEO of the firm.

She replaces Ted Grossnickle who, along with Don Johnson, founded the company in 1994. Grossnickle will continue serving as chairman of Johnson Grossnickle’s board of directors and will maintain a full-time role at the firm serving clients.

White, a 15-year veteran of Johnson Grossnickle, has spent the past year serving as senior consultant and chief operating officer as she transitioned into the leadership role.

White will continue counseling private colleges, seminaries, independent schools and large cultural and community organizations. She has counseled the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana, Sisters of Providence of St. Mary-of-the-Woods, Wishard Health Services, The Realtor Foundation, The Nature Conservancy and The Villages.   

 

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