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Change in Leadership at Right To Play Switzerland
Virginie took on a new global role within Right To Play after her maternity leave and four successful years as National Director of Right To Play Switzerland. Sonja Ringdal, Delegate of the Swiss Board, has lead the Swiss team ad interim during Virginie Emery's maternity leave and is happy to take over the management of Right To Play Switzerland until further notice.
Joana Mäder & Anouk Vergé-Dépré - New Ambassadors
We are delighted to welcome our two new Ambassadors Joana Mäder and Anouk Verge-Dépré to our team. The beach volleyball athletes have been playing together since 2017 and have won the European championship in 2020. They are particularly passionate about improving the quality of education for girls and boys worldwide and advocating for girls' rights and gender equality.
Coffee Meets Play-based Learning
Caffé Carlito partners up with Right To Play to support our programms by donating through every kilogram of Ticino Blend sold.
Choose To Challenge
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CREATING LIFELONG LEARNERS USING PLAY
By 2023, we will help over 3 million students in Ghana to stay in school and succeed by helping 75,000 teachers to incorporate learning through play into their lessons, all with the support of the LEGO Foundation.
RIGHT TO PLAY INTERNATIONAL WELCOMES SUSAN MCISAAC AS NEW CEO
Right To Play International is delighted to welcome Susan McIsaac as its new CEO. The accomplished nonprofit leader steps into the CEO position at the 20-year-old INGO as it strives to keep children safe and healthy, learning, and mentally strong in the face of COVID-19.
CEO KEVIN FREY LEAVING RIGHT TO PLAY TO HEAD UP UN-LED GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP
Right To Play’s CEO, Kevin Frey, will leave the organization at the end of December after a five-year tenure. Nonprofit leader and current Chief Philanthropy Officer Susan McIsaac has been appointed as new CEO.
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