On the Move: Todd Hanson Joins TACA as Chief Financial Officer to Drive Strategic Growth

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The Autism Community in Action (TACA) proudly welcomes Todd Hanson to its leadership team as the Chief Financial Officer.  Hanson will lead the organization’s execution of TACA’s three-year plan, aimed at fostering sustainable growth and enhancing support for families affected by autism.

Bringing over three decades of nonprofit experience to TACA Hanson’s appointment marks a significant milestone for the organization.  Previously, Hanson served as the Executive Director of Camp Fire Boys and Girls – Orange County for eight years, where he demonstrated visionary leadership by introducing more than 20 community-based programs.  These initiatives positively impacted the lives of over 25,000 children, youth, and families in the region.

During his tenure as Vice President of the Center for Engaged Philanthropy at the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) for 20 years, Hanson played a pivotal role in driving substantial growth.  Annual granting soared from $10 million to $100 million, while the asset base expanded from $40 million to $500 million.  Notable projects led by Hanson include the implementation of the OCCF Veteran Services Initiative, Accelerate Change Together Anaheim, and his role as a founding partner in the Orange County Strategic Plan for Aging.

Hanson’s commitment to community advancement continued during his two-year tenure as Chief Operating Officer at the Council on Aging Southern California, where he significantly extended the reach of grant-funded programs across the organization’s 5-county service area.

TACA is confident that Hanson’s wealth of experience and strategic acumen will greatly contribute to the organization’s mission to provide education, support, and hope to families affected by autism.