ADA Foundation names new executive director
October 11, 2017
The ADA Foundation Board of Directors announced Oct. 10 that it has named Nick Falco as the ADA Foundation's new executive director, effective Oct. 16.
Mr. Falco, a 30-year veteran in nonprofit management and fundraising, holds a bachelor's degree in accounting from Elmhurst College, and a master's degree in nonprofit management and development from St. Mary's University.
"The ADA Foundation makes a difference every day in the lives of ADA members and the communities they serve," Mr. Falco said in a news release. "This is an excellent opportunity, and I can't wait to get started."
Prior to leading the ADA Foundation, Mr. Falco served as chief financial and business executive of the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, based in Elk Grove Village, Illinois.
In addition, Mr. Falco served as vice president of development at Kids Around the World, an international charitable organization that provides playgrounds and food to children around the world, and as executive director of Million Dollar Round Table Foundation, the nonprofit arm of the international financial services association.
"Mr. Falco has a strong background in board development, organizational growth, strategic planning, finance, fundraising and building key relationships with diverse audiences," said Dr. William R. Calnon, ADA Foundation president. "We are confident Mr. Falco will provide the ADA Foundation with remarkable guidance and success."
For more information on the ADA Foundation, visit ADAFoundation.org