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CEO Log Part 5: Nonprofit Leadership Transitions

Committed to Transparency, APCH Pulls Back the Curtain on Leadership Transition in the Nonprofit Sector through this Limited Blog Series

Jonathan Zeichner has served as CEO for APCH since 2009

If you’re reading this you’re likely already a member of our APCH extended family and you are aware of the upcoming transition of our beloved CEO Jonathan Zeichner. What you may not know is that Jonathan’s departure from APCH is one of a number of important leadership transitions that will impact the Los Angeles nonprofit sector over the next 3-5 years.

True to APCH’s commitment to transparency as a core value, Jonathan announced early, and the Board and senior staff have spent nearly 20 months openly planning and preparing for a graceful leadership transition. It has been a wholehearted effort that will culminate with the appointment of a new CEO…and then the work of APCH’s next era begins! As part of this open process, Jonathan’s blog series is sharing the journey, with all its twists and turns.




Executive Transition Part 5. August 30, 2022
…in which the other shoe drops. (you didn’t think I would leave you hanging, did you?)

by Jonathan Zeichner, CEO of A Place Called Home

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Leader. Mentor. APCH Board Member. Meet Jackie Jimenez!

With Women’s History Month just behind us and our annual GirlPower! Awards Luncheon just ahead, we’re shining the spotlight on our Board member and APCH 2021 GirlPower! honoree, Jacqueline Jimenez. At APCH, we seek to empower our young members through enriching activities, social and emotional support, education and mentorship. Jackie understands the depth of this approach because prior to joining the APCH Board of Directors, Jackie was an active volunteer working directly with our members in the APCH LIFE Mentoring Program.

Jackie is a leader in the entertainment industry, an extraordinary community volunteer, a master connector, Ivy league alumnus and proud native Angeleno. Recently, we spoke with her about how she got involved with A Place Called Home, her advice for young women, and of course, her favorite things to do in Los Angeles.

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