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Mr. McChristian succeeds Joseph Patuleia, who will continue to serve as Madison’s Executive Director Emeritus and will be working on special projects until September 2018.
“Joe’s leadership has had an enormous impact on Madison over the last 13 years, and his passion and dedication has helped transform and grow our organization while establishing a strong foundation for lasting success,” said Barry Bregman, Co-President of the Madison Board of Trustees. “Tim is a proven leader, dedicated humanitarian and tremendous role model who is eminently qualified to lead us forward as we continue to expand our mission to enhance and save the lives of young people across New York City.”
Mr. McChristian has nearly four decades of experience in international business and philanthropy, rising to senior leadership positions at IBM and Dun & Bradstreet. He will spearhead Madison’s efforts to open its new Pinkerton Clubhouse in Harlem (check out the site here), which will be Madison’s largest and most advanced facility to date. Madison currently serves over 5,000 members between the ages of 6 and 18 at four Clubhouses located in Brooklyn and the Bronx. The Pinkerton Clubhouse is expected to open its doors to the Harlem community next summer.
“As someone who has received support and guidance from an organization so similar to Madison, I am excited to share my experience and give back to New York City youth who deserve the same opportunities I have had throughout my life,” said Mr. McChristian. “I look forward to the opportunity to work in the diverse communities we serve and expand on the existing success that Madison has built over the past 130 years.”
Mr. McChristian joins Madison from the African Leadership Foundation, an organization dedicated to supporting transformational change in Africa by developing and connecting the next generation of African leaders, where he served as Executive Director. He has also served on the board of several other non-profit organizations dedicated to furthering the educational advancement of young people from disadvantaged communities, including the A Better Chance (“ABC”) program, Student Sponsorship Program and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.
Mr. McChristian received his Bachelor of Science from Yale University and his Master of Business Administration in Finance from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. He lives in Harlem with his wife, Debbie, and has two adult children.