Children’s Home Society of Florida (CHS), the state’s largest provider of services to children and families, has named Anthony Sudler Chief Philanthropy Officer. As Chief Philanthropy Officer for CHS, Sudler leads efforts to increase charitable contributions to help more families remain safe, strong and together.

Sudler has successfully led national and statewide philanthropy programs for more than three decades. He has previously served as Vice President of Development for The Leapfrog Group, Chief Development Officer for Nemours Children’s Hospital and President & CEO of the Alzheimer’s Association in Washington, DC. Sudler was also CHS’ first Chief Philanthropy Officer, holding the position from 2011-2016.

“Tony’s clear commitment to service, combined with his leadership in strategic marketing and business development, will surely benefit the children and families we serve,” says Andry Sweet, CEO of Children’s Home Society of Florida.

Sudler earned his Bachelor of Science at Radford University.