ACHA Leadership and Staff
ACHA staff plays a critical role in running the organization, developing and conducting programs and assuring that ACHA achieves its mission.
Staff liaise with ACHA members, the Board of Directors and Medical Advisory Board as well as medical professionals, researchers, policy makers and people impacted by CHD around the world.
Glenn R. Tringali, National Executive Director, in partnership with the Board of Directors and Medical Advisory Board, is responsible for leading ACHA’s mission to improve and extend the lives of the millions born with heart defects through education, advocacy, and the promotion of research. Glenn has more than three decades of nonprofit administrative experience with small, mid-sized and large national and international healthcare organizations. Prior to joining ACHA in 2104, Glenn previously served as Chief Executive Officer of the Cerebral Palsy International Research Foundation and the National Alliance for Autism Research and also held senior administrative and fund development positions with the Cancer Research Institute, Autism Speaks, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and March of Dimes.