Easterseals Crossroads says David Dreith will be the organization’s next chief executive officer, following the retirement of J. Patrick Sandy in April. Dreith most recently served as Chief Operating Officer at Easterseals Greater Cincinnati.

Sandy served the organization for 22 years, including 7 years as CEO.

“It is with great confidence that I welcome David Dreith to Easterseals Crossroads. His commitment and experience make him a terrific choice to further our reputation as a leading resource for people with disabilities and guide the agency into a new era of leadership,” said Sandy.

Easterseals says it serves more than 8,850 individuals with disabilities in Indianapolis annually. The nonprofit offers programming such as children’s therapy, adult day supports for adults with disabilities, veterans’ services, employment assistance, augmentative communication and technology and deaf community services.

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