The Allegheny Regional Asset District is pleased to announce that Richard Hudic will join the organization as its new executive director. The selection was made after an extensive public search process led by the firm nonprofittalent.com and the RAD board's search committee. Mr. Hudic has more than two decades of senior executive experience in the government and non-profit sectors, managing people, processes and programs.
"After a thorough and careful search, we are delighted to welcome Richard Hudic as RAD's new executive director. Rich's experience, credentials and leadership talent are an outstanding match for the District," said Dusty Elias Kirk, RAD Board Chair. "As a native Pittsburgher, Rich knows the importance and impact of the regional assets. He brings an enthusiastic and compelling interest in serving people and strengthening communities."
Mr. Hudic's most recent role was Executive Deputy Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Developement. He is expected to begin as executive director on June 29th. He will succeed RAD founding executive director David L. Donahoe, who is completing 20 years of service to the District. Read the full release (in pdf).