ATLANTIC CITY — The fundraising arm of Miss America announced changes to its Board of Trustees on Tuesday afternoon, including adding four members and appointing an interim chair.

The changes to the Miss America Foundation come a day after the Miss America Organization announced several changes to its own board, including resignations and the addition of six new members.

The changes to both boards come amid calls for the resignations of the top two leaders of the organization, Chairwoman Gretchen Carlson and CEO Regina Hopper, who continue to move forward with the “Miss America 2.0” mission and rebranding.

Gregory A. Petroff, a partner with New Jersey law firm Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt LLC, will serve as interim chairman of the foundation’s board. Miss America 1991 Marjorie Vincent-Tripp was announced as chairwoman of the foundation in May but resigned in July.