UMOM Names New CEO

Jackson Fonder to join organization in October

UMOM New Day Centers has selected Jackson Fonder as the organization’s next CEO. Fonder, who currently serves as Catholic Charities president and CEO in Madison, Wisc., will return to Phoenix to succeed current CEO Darlene Newsom, who announced her planned retirement earlier this year. He will join the organization Oct. 12.

Fonder has more than 25 years of leadership experience, developing and implementing strategic plans for nonprofit organizations and in the private sector. His experience includes leadership roles in the United States Air Force and as an executive director of USAA in Phoenix. He has experience in serving our most vulnerable population and brings a track record of innovation and building strong work cultures o UMOM. In addition to his undergraduate and graduate degrees, Fonder attended nonprofit leadership programs at Harvard Business School and Arizona State University.

The selection of Fonder caps a national search process.

More in Noteworthy

Recent Stories

Edson Family Commits $10M to Banner Alzheimer’s Institute

Edson Family Commits $10M to Banner Alzheimer’s Institute

Investment to support new 24-hour referral center

Drewett Works Receives Gold Nugget Awards

Drewett Works Receives Gold Nugget Awards

Architectural firm recognized for Seven Desert Mountain clubhouse, two private residences

Modified Canal Convergence

Modified Canal Convergence

Scottsdale Public Art announces the return of its annual light show

Wild Rising

Wild Rising

Desert Botanical Garden addresses sustainability and conservation issues

Back to Top