Adam’s Camp announced last week that Lindsay Radford is their new executive director. After a thorough, months-long search that attracted many strong applicants, the search committee unanimously selected Radford as the next leader of Adam’s Camp.
Radford is a top-performing media executive with more than 20 years of experience building and leading teams to success, but she is also the mother of a son with Down syndrome who has personally experienced the remarkable heart and dedication of Adam’s Camp.
Radford comes to Adam’s Camp having most recently served as news director for KMGH-TV. Previously, Radford spent six years as news director for KSTP-TV in Minneapolis-Saint Paul. She is also a dedicated volunteer and non-profit leader and serves on several local and national boards, focusing her efforts on marketing, fundraising and making connections with families.
It was the family’s move to Colorado that gave Radford her first introduction to Adam’s Camp.
“When we moved to Colorado, we didn’t know where to go for therapy, doctors or community support. Luckily a neighbor recommended Adam’s Camp. Our time in the Early Start Program changed our lives. We saw first-hand how a week of camp allowed our son, Noah, to make tremendous strides with his speech. I am thrilled to join Adam’s Camp and to have the opportunity to contribute to its future success,” said Radford.
Kellie Newland, president of Adam’s Camp’s board of directors shared, “Lindsay’s energy is contagious and as a parent of a child with special needs, she understands from her heart the mission and benefits of our programs.
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