Third Sector Company is pleased to announce that John Adams has been selected as the Interim Executive Director of the Child Support Directors Association (CSDA) in Sacramento, California.
The CSDA was established in 2000 as a non-profit association to represent the local child support directors of California’s 58 counties. The association strives to be of service to local child support agencies (LCSA) in their effort to provide children and families with financial, medical, and emotional support required to be productive and healthy citizens in our society.
John said of the engagement, “It is such an honor to serve organizations ensuring children and families are protected from neglect and are given the opportunity to thrive!“
John is a graduate of Interim Executives Academy Class #2 and offers more than 35 years of corporate and nonprofit leadership experience. He has earned a reputation for working collaboratively with a variety of constituents and “creating heroes” by structuring win-win partnerships that deliver measurable results. Throughout his seven years as an Executive Director of CASA of El Dorado County John worked closely with the court system to ensure that foster children were cared for and recovered from abuse and neglect. John earned a BS from Notre Dame de Namur University and a MA in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University.
All of the Third Sector Company community sends our best wishes to John and our thanks to the leadership at the Child Support Directors Association for putting their trust in the people, teachings and programs of Third Sector Company that have served nonprofits over the past 20 years.
Third Sector Company and the graduates of Interim Executives Academy are available to provide vetted, highly-trained nonprofit interim executive leadership. From the training and experience at Interim Executives Academy, the graduates can provide a series of protocols and deliverables to ensure a successful interim leader engagement. They will also have access to mentorship and coaching through our community of interim leadership professionals.
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