The Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International (PATH Intl.) announced the results of its board of trustees election at the 2018 PATH Intl. Conference and Annual Meeting. The incoming board members are Adam Daurio, KC Henry and Robin Krueger.
Adam Daurio is an accomplished executive director and attorney, with experience in, knowledge of, and passion for the equestrian, livestock and agricultural industries. Daurio's legal practice included agricultural law, real estate and business law, general contracts, nonprofit organizations and western lifestyle consultation. In 2014, Daurio became the director of administration for Colorado State University’s Temple Grandin Equine Center.
KC Henry is principal of Transitions Unlimited LLC, a consulting firm for nonprofit businesses. She helped thousands of leaders and administrators with organizational development, board development and strategic planning. KC served as executive director, or interim ED for numerous programs including the Horses and Humans Research Foundation.
Robin Krueger joined the executive team of Northwest Center as chief financial officer in 2013 with deep experience in executive financial leadership, accounting and information technology. Robin’s career highlights include capital asset fundraising of over $1 billion using global sources, including initial public offerings; managing an $850 million investment portfolio; and negotiating complex mergers and acquisitions.
PATH Intl. also announced its new executive committee:
President – Ross Braun
Vice President – Susan Becklenberg
Secretary – Brandan Montminy
Treasurer – Ed Milford
Past President – Julie Broadway
PATH Intl. welcomes its new board members and looks forward to the board’s continuing vision and leadership.
For information about the PATH Intl. Board of Trustees, click here.
About PATH Intl.:
The Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship International® (PATH Intl.®) was formed in 1969 to promote safety and optimal outcomes in equine-assisted activities and therapies (EAAT) for individuals with special needs. At 881 member centers, more than 66,000 children and adults—including 6,200 veterans—may find improved health, wellness, fun and a sense of pride and independence through involvement with horses. Therapeutic horsemanship at member centers may include hippotherapy, equine-facilitated mental health, driving, interactive vaulting, trail riding, competition, groundwork and stable management. Through a wide variety of educational resources, the association helps individuals start and maintain successful EAAT programs. There are more than 62,000 volunteers, 5,011 instructors, 7,800 equines and thousands of contributors from all over the world helping people at PATH Intl. Member Centers.
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