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New CEO named for Boys & Girls Club of Rochester

Chad Campbell Chad Campbell

New leader praised for enthusiasm and experience.

Posted: Apr 26, 2018 5:17 PM

ROCHESTER, Minn. – A new CEO has been named for the Boys & Girls Club of Rochester.

The current Vice President of Community Impact at United Way of Olmsted County, Chad Campbell has accepted the position and will start full-time on May 28.

“We are excited to have a person of Chad’s caliber and skill lead the Club at this time. He will bring tremendous enthusiasm, experience and strategy development to the role,” says Leon Clark, Boys & Girls Club Board President.

Campbell also spent five years as Executive Director of Good Earth Village in Spring Valley.

“I’m thrilled to be joining Boys & Girls Club, an organization with a tremendous reputation in our community,” says Campbell. “I believe so firmly in the work being done to help kids build the solid foundations they need to succeed. The Club is in a fantastic place right now, with opportunities to support kids and advance the mission is so many ways. And it’s an honor to be joining such a dedicated and talented team of professionals.”

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