National Youth Development Organization Camp Fire Names Dave Albano to Board of Trustees
Albano brings more than 30 years of leadership experience from global telecommunications, IT, and entrepreneurship to Camp Fire
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – (July 24, 2019) – National youth development organization Camp Fire announced today that Dave Albano, President and CEO of RestorePoint, Inc., has been appointed to its National Board of Trustees.
Prior to RestorePoint, Dave rose through the ranks and enjoyed a successful 30-year career with AT&T Inc. in a variety of leadership roles. Today, he runs his own high-growth data protection and analytics company, which services enterprise clients globally.
“Along with his extensive business experience, we couldn’t be happier to welcome Dave’s fervor for serving youth.” said Greg Zweber, Camp Fire National Headquarters President & CEO. “Adding yet another well-accomplished board member to Camp Fire is only going to allow us to further expand our work for families across the U.S.”
Dave graduated from Wilkes University with degrees in Computer Science and Mathematics. He holds an MBA from Nova University and is also an alumnus of Columbia University, where he attended the Senior Executive Program for International Business.
Dave’s involvement in community service has spanned his career with a passion for fostering and enabling the development of youth. He has actively served on the boards of Youth Villages and Big Brothers Big Sisters and continues to enjoy mentoring at the high school and college level.
“Dave’s decades of IT expertise and passion for youth development will be beneficial to us in today’s technological, data-driven world,” said Board Chair Jane Parker, and CEO of InterbrandHealth.
Dave and his wife live in Milton, GA, and have two grown children.
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ABOUT CAMP FIRE
Camp Fire has been an inclusive, innovative leader in youth development since 1910. Its proven programs give kids the life skills they need now so they can succeed and thrive. Last year, Camp Fire’s 53 councils served more than 187,000 youth and families across 25 states and in D.C. All Camp Fire programs are based on cutting-edge research and founded on the pillars of Social Emotional Learning (SEL), delivered through Out-of-School-Time (OST) programs, environmental education and camp, and teen service and leadership development. Because youth shape the world, Camp Fire’s focus is on giving youth and teens the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are. For more information, visit campfire.org
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