FCA welcomes Richard Lind to its board of trustees

FCA welcomes Richard Lind to its board of trustees

FCA, a leading health and human services not-for-profit organization on Long Island, recently named Richard Lind of Rockville Centre to its board of trustees.

Lind is an area vice president, retail and consumer goods at Salesforce. FCA President and CEO Jeffrey L. Reynolds, made the announcement on behalf of the organization.

“We are exceedingly pleased to welcome a person of Rich’s talents and commitment to our board,” said Reynolds. “His knowledge of IT, business processes and commitment to Long Island’s quality of life will surely be an asset.”

FCA’s mission is near and dear to Lind, who played a role in his family as the caregiver to a loved one who struggled with addiction and mental health challenges. He said that having the opportunity to help those in need is both deeply personal and a tremendous privilege.

Professionally, Lind has spent nearly 10 years at Salesforce, where he is a software sales executive focused on helping consumer goods companies build technology strategies.

While at Salesforce, he has driven community engagement and volunteerism across his organization in a variety of non-profits in the United States.

Prior to Salesforce, Lind spent nearly seven years at Eli Lilly and Company, where he partnered with physicians to create awareness around mental health treatments available for their patient population.

“My extensive experience in technology, business operations, and professional sales has enabled me to provide cohesive, thoughtful, and purpose-built solutions for my customer,” said Lind. “I look forward to contributing in similar ways to support the continued impact that FCA has across Long Island’s most vulnerable residents and communities.”

A native of Fairfield County, Conn., Lind attended Boston College, where he met his wife, Elizabeth. The couple has two children, Richie and Emmy.


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