The president and CEO of Houston-based nonprofit BakerRipley is stepping down.
Angela Blanchard plans to resign from the organization by the end of the year, according to the Houston Chronicle. BakerRipley was created when Neighborhood Centers Inc. and the Daniel and Edith Ripley Foundation merged in February.
Blanchard had served in her position for more than two decades, starting at Neighborhood Centers in 1995. A new CEO is expected to replace her by the end of the year, the Chronicle reports.
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