Margaret D'Annunzio was named senior investment manager at the American Red Cross' investment office, overseeing roughly $4 billion in endowment and retirement assets, a spokesman said.
The organization also named James Donohue as private equity manager.
It could not immediately be learned whether the positions are new or whether Ms. D'Annunzio and Mr. Donohue replaced anyone in those roles.
Both positions report to Gregory T. Williamson, chief investment officer.
Previously, Ms. Annunzio was a principal at Mercer. A Mercer spokeswoman could not immediately be reached for information on a replacement.
Mr. Donohue rejoins the Red Cross after a “two-year hiatus,” according to a Red Cross news release. Further information on Mr. Donohue's earlier role could not immediately be learned.
In the fall, the Washington-based organization announced it would be adding new positions to the investment team while restructuring or eliminating others.
The American Red Cross had $2.1 billion in defined benefit assets and $1 billion in endowment funds as of June 30, according to its latest annual statement. It also had $878 million in defined contribution assets as of Dec. 31, 2014, according to its most recent Form 5500 filing.