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The former CEO for Parker Brothers Games and Lenox, Rich holds a B.A. in neurobiology from Cornell University and an MBA from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Following a sense of God’s call on his life, he resigned from Lenox in 1998 to become World Vision’s U.S. president.
Driven by his passion to raise awareness and support for poverty and justice issues, Rich authored The Hole in Our Gospel and a new book called Unfinished.
Rich and his wife, Reneé, live in Bellevue, Washington, and have supported World Vision since 1984. They have five children of their own — plus millions more around the world.
Senior vice president, mobilization
Joan Mussa has provided World Vision U.S. with leadership in communications and fundraising for more than two decades. Read more…
Chief financial officer and senior vice president, strategic solutions
Larry Probus directs World Vision's finance, information technology, legal, and corporate services functions. Read more…
Senior vice president, human resources
Julie Regnier oversees the human resources functions of World Vision, serving more than 1,100 employees in various locations across the United States. Read more…
Senior vice president, transformational engagement
Chris Glynn leads the teams responsible for acquiring and distributing resources from corporations, as well as major-donor fundraising and U.S. programs. Read more…
Senior vice president, international programs group
Kent Hill joined World Vision in February 2011 as head of international programs. Hill collaborates with the international partnership of World Vision to facilitate the overseas allocation of resources. Read more…