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United Way Int'l & Child Welfare get new CEOs

United Way International CEO Christine James-Brown steps down after three years of service to lead the Child Welfare League of America.  UWI Board member Teresa Hall Bartels appointed to succeed as CEO.

Bartels, a UWI board member since 2000, will occupy the number one spot at the Alexandria-based organization on March 15. James-Brown starts her new position as President and CEO, April 2. 

James-Brown replaces Shay Bilchik, who ended his term with the DC-based organization February 16. Bilchik moves on to start a center for juvenile justice at Georgetown University, said Joyce Johnson, director of public relations for CWLA.