SOURCE: AJLI

AJLI

June 28, 2016 10:23 ET

The Association of Junior Leagues International Names Aditi Deeg as Director of Finance and Administration

Brings Wide Range of Financial Management and Leadership Experience to Major Nonprofit Offering Women Volunteer Leadership Opportunities in Four Countries

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jun 28, 2016) -  The Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) today announced that Aditi Deeg has been named Director of Finance and Administration of the 115-year-old non-profit, one of the oldest, largest, and most effective women's volunteer organizations in the world.

Susan Danish, AJLI's Executive Director. "We are delighted that Aditi is bringing the financial skills she honed in an entrepreneurial environment to non-profit management. Her skills in finance, accounting and operations will be a valuable addition to our Staff as well as a source of financial guidance for the AJLI Board of Directors and our member Leagues. In addition, she brings strong strategic, analytical, human resources and technology skills to AJLI, all of which will strengthen AJLI's senior leadership team."

Ms. Deeg brings a wide range of leadership experience to her new role. She comes to AJLI with a strong background in financial management, most recently as Vice President of Finance and Operations at pingmd, Inc., a New York City-based digital healthcare solutions company that uses mobile-first technology to improve patient and care team communication. Earlier, she was Chief Financial Officer of Kingstown Capital Management, L.P, and Controller of Kynikos Associates, L.P., both hedge funds, in New York.

A Magna Cum Laude graduate, with a pre-med Concentration, of the University of Maine, she is also a Board Member and Managing Director of HealthTech Women, a global non-profit organization that empowers women leaders to educate our community about technologies impacting the healthcare ecosystem.

About The Association of Junior Leagues International
Founded in 1901 by New Yorker and social activism pioneer, Mary Harriman, the Junior Leagues are charitable nonprofit organizations of women, developed as civic leaders, creating demonstrable community impact.

Today, The Association of Junior Leagues International (AJLI) is comprised of more than 150,000 women in 291 Junior Leagues throughout Canada, Mexico, the United Kingdom and the United States. Together, they constitute one of the largest, most effective volunteer organizations in the world. 

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