Last week, the Chestnut Hill Community Association announced that its executive director, Ryan Rosenbaum, had left the position that he had held for 21 months.
“After careful consideration together, Ryan and the Chestnut Hill Community Association have decided to part ways,” wrote Daniel Pulka, CHCA vice president of Operations. “The CHCA thanks Ryan for his service and the contributions he has made to the association and wishes him all the best in the future.”
“I feel sad that I will no longer be serving you, but the CHCA is bigger than me (or any one individual),” Rosenbaum wrote in a letter to the Chestnut Hill Local. “I tried to put my own spin on things here. I have zero regrets and many successes. … I still believe that working for you was the greatest professional gratification I‘ve ever experienced.”
CHCA President Laura Lucas told the Local that the association’s executive committee would be handling the executive director duties in the interim and that a search for Rosenbaum’s replacement would begin immediately.
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