Interfaith Community Services CEO to retire
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TUCSON (KGUN9-TV) - The CEO of a major local nonprofit is stepping down.
Bonnie Kampa, the head of Interfaith Community Services, is ending her 12-year run as CEO of ICS, which aids 36,500 homeless, low-income, disabled and aging people a year in Pima County.
ICS paid Kampa $85,025 in 2012, according to the agency's most recent tax documents available at Guidestar.org.
Since taking over ICS in 2002, Kampa guided the agency's expansion of services, including mental health wellness education and outreach programs. Kampa also led several ambitious fundraising campaigns, helping build a $5 million endowment. ICS has earned Charity Navigator's 4-star rating the past five years.
"In my 30 years of nonprofit leadership, my experience at ICS has truly been the most rewarding of my professional career," Kampa said in a news release. "There is a focus on quality and caring that pervades the entire agency and its supporters. My greatest hope is for continued growth and blessings for this wonderful organization as it continues the next phase of its development."
ICS will conduct a nationwide search for Kampa's replacement.