MacKenzie will take charge of the foundation at a crucial time financially. Its primary funding comes from interest on attorney trust accounts, but its reserves have dwindled due to historically low bank interest rates.

The foundation adopted a five-year strategic plan in 2017 that uses a more targeted investment approach and increases the foundation’s role as an expert leader and capacity builder. MacKenzie chaired the strategic reset committee.

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