Ragan Rhyne is ProPublica's vice president, development. With more than 15 years of nonprofit executive experience, Rhyne has effectively developed programs and built relationships for global, national and regional institutions. She most recently served as senior director of development and strategic programming for the International Center of Photography, where she steered organizational and fundraising strategy, managed a portfolio of major donors, and directed special events.
Rhyne has also held senior development positions at the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, Prospect Park Alliance, Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts, and the World Monuments Fund. Holding a doctorate in media studies from New York University, Rhyneâs research and publications focus on the political economy of nonprofit media organizations and their role in the development of social movements. She has taught media and cultural studies at New York University, Hunter College and Queens College.