After 18 years as executive director of PH International (Project Harmony, Inc.), Ann Martin will retire from her position on June 30, 2024. The PH International board of directors thanks Martin for her many years of service.

“Ann's dedication, vision, and tireless efforts have been instrumental in shaping PH into the organization it is today, and we are deeply grateful for her leadership. Ann transformed PH from a nascent nonprofit with a focus on the countries of the former Soviet Union to an international organization with an expansive, global reach with active programs on nearly every continent,” said Lynn McNair, PH International board chair.

The board of directors reports that Meg Harris is the next executive director of PH International, effective July 1, 2024. 

Harris has served as the director of program and fund development for PH International for the past nine years. Board members noted that Harris brings to the position a great depth of experience, having served in several leadership roles throughout her professional career. Prior to joining PH International, she was the executive director of the BOMA Project, and prior to that, she was the director of institutional giving at the Salzburg Global Seminar.

“I’m excited to be taking on this new role at PH International. What drew me to PH nine years ago was its mission of strengthening global communities and creating a more peaceful and just world, and my respect for the work of this dynamic and complex organization has only strengthened over time,” said Harris. “I’m looking forward to the opportunity to continue working with my colleagues around the world in new and different ways, and to upholding the incredible legacy that Ann is leaving behind.”