Rare Genomics Institute announces new director and CEO

The Rare Genomics Institute — a nonprofit in Hanover, Md., that connects rare disease patients with research technology and experts — has announced Paul Schindler as its new executive director and CEO.

Mr. Schindler has more than 10 years of experience in community development and nearly 20 years in entrepreneurship.

Prior to joining the Rare Genomics Institute, Mr. Schindler served as vice president of operations for Kreiger Consulting. He was also the founder, president and CEO of Living Hope Community Partnership, a community organization that helped families dealing with human trafficking, child hunger and other issues.

 

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