Radio program provider American Public Media Group has named Heather Riddle as its new senior vice president and chief development officer.
She previously was vice president of institutional advancement and alumni relations at Augsburg University in Minneapolis. She starts on July 22.
Riddle succeeds Randi Yoder, who has retired.
A release said Riddle will be responsible for “leading the vision and developing the strategy for APMG’s philanthropic support. She will direct the fundraising teams, cultivate lasting and mutually beneficial relationships with donors, oversee major campaigns, and implement innovative plans to inspire and secure essential contributions.”
In addition, “As a member of the executive team reporting to APMG’s CEO, Riddle will help to accelerate APMG’s ‘Audiences First 2025’ strategic plan, prioritizing the changing needs of the people and communities APMG serves while elevating the role of philanthropy in the organization’s future growth.”
She said, “I’m thrilled to join the APMG community of exceptional staff, loyal listeners, and members who believe in the mission of public media.”
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