Concord, NH (Aug. 25, 2021) The Future In Sight Board of Directors has announced the departure of Chief Executive Officer David Morgan. The Board has appointed the immediate past Chair of the Board, Timothy F. Murray to the role of Interim CEO. The Board will begin the search process in the coming months to identify a new CEO, led by David Hagen, Board Chair and a search committee.
Tim is uniquely qualified to act as interim CEO for Future In Sight. His significant leadership and nonprofit experience will provide a key bridge to finding a new CEO to lead Future in Sight. Tim’s past leadership experience includes serving as CEO at USI New England and Board Chair at Easter Seals NH. He has also served as a Board member for various nonprofits including Leadership NH, YMCA Greater Manchester, and CASA.
“The Future In Sight Board thanks Tim for agreeing to take on this position to support the leadership transition, and he is doing so on a volunteer basis,” said David Hagen, Board Chair.
Tim will be working with the Future In Sight Board of Directors, Management Team, and staff over the coming months to continue to support the growth and advancement of services for youth, adults, and seniors experiencing vision loss and blindness throughout New Hampshire.
About Future In Sight
Future In Sight, established as the New Hampshire Association for the Blind in 1912, is the only statewide nonprofit that provides specialized services and support that meet the range of needs that individuals of all ages and stages of vision loss experience at home, at school, and in the community – including via online learning and telehealth channels. Our credentialed vision professionals address the holistic needs of the person served through 1:1 rehabilitation, training, and group social/recreational activities, peer support and technology user groups. With increased affordability and advancements of technology for individuals who are blind or visually impaired; our staff integrates those tools into the education and training they provide.