Pitt Thompson has announced plans to retire as chief executive officer of the Christamore House. For nearly three years, he has led the Christamore House to increase financial sustainability and connection to the changing neighborhood it serves, highlighted by the receipt of a generous grant from the Lilly Endowment to support extensive facility upgrades plus establish an endowment.

Before taking on the leadership role at the organization in 2016, Thompson served as vice president of operations for IU Health and vice president of business development for a Michigan-based security firm.

Since 1905, Christamore House has served some of the most at-risk populations in Haughville and the Near-Westside, through a dedication to providing the very best child and youth educational services, senior programming, and life skills training to the residents of these communities.

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