Molly James named CEO of the Metropolitan Ministries Foundation

Molly James has been named as the new chief executive officer of the Metropolitan Ministries Foundation, a separate 501c3 of Metropolitan Ministries.

James was selected by the Metropolitan Ministries Foundation Board of Directors, succeeding Reverend Morris E. Hintzman who served as the Foundation’s president for the last several years, prior to his retirement, according to a statement.

Tim Marks remains CEO of Metropolitan Ministries.

In her new role, James will lead the Foundation’s planned giving program and nurture relationships in the community on behalf of the Ministries.

Prior to joining Metropolitan Ministries’ development staff, in 2019, as senior vice president of advancement and community engagement, James served on the Metropolitan Ministries Board of Directors and chaired the strategic planning committee.

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