GenYouth, the national nonprofit organization, announced it appointed Ann Marie Krautheim as CEO.
Krautheim, who joined the company in 2012, has been president and chief wellness officer for the past decade. She succeeds Alexis Glick.
Krautheim will lead the company’s strategic vision, partnerships and programs to support its mission of creating healthier school communities for kids through a variety of programs.
In her previous role, Krautheim generated grant funding to support its Fuel Up to Play 60 program, facilitated the organization to become a founding partner in former First Lady Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move Active Schools” initiative and led its fundraising and initiatives to end student hunger through school meal programs.
“On behalf of the GenYouth Board of Directors, I am delighted to announce the appointment of Ann Marie Krautheim as our new CEO,” said Barbara O’Brien, Board Chair, President and CEO, Dairy Management, Inc. and President & CEO, Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy. “Ann Marie has the vision and commitment to take GenYouth’s critical work to the next level. In particular, hunger and food insecurity are causes that are near and dear to the hearts of America’s dairy farmers, and the ongoing work of GENYOUth to end student hunger is of growing importance,” added O’Brien.