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Waterloo Greenway gets new head

Friday, April 9, 2021 by Chad Swiatecki

Waterloo Greenway has appointed Kathy Miller as interim CEO following Peter Mullan’s move to the Austin Transit Partnership to serve as its chief of architecture and urban design. Miller, who took on the new role last month, previously served 16 years as executive director of the Texas Freedom Network. Waterloo Greenway is currently conducting a national search for a permanent CEO, with that process expected to last six to 12 months. This summer will mark the reopening of a much-improved Waterloo Park with a new amphitheater operating on the 11-acre downtown park. “While we take the necessary time to thoughtfully identify Waterloo Greenway’s next great trailblazer, the position of interim CEO is an incredibly important one, and we are pleased to welcome Kathy and look forward to benefiting from her wealth of experience working with nonprofits,” said Cotter Cunningham, the organization’s board chair. “With the opening of Waterloo Park right around the corner, we are at an exciting inflection point in our organization’s history, and I believe that she is the right leader to see this project into its next remarkable chapter.”

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