Children’s Foundation of America Welcomes New Board Member

14th of July 2020

Children's Foundation of America

CLAREMONT, CA—The Children’s Foundation of America is pleased to announce an addition to our Board of Trustees. Ashley Adams is the Intelligence President at Trinity Health (known also as HealthRise), a healthcare consulting firm focused on revenue cycle management and sustainable improvement. Ms. Adams is passionate about supporting vulnerable communities through technology, advocacy and strategic planning.

Her career in health care over the past eight years has taken her around the world. “I have been able to work with organizations all over the world to implement improvement strategies to ultimately increase patient experiences,” she said.

The Foundation supports children affected by abuse, neglect or abandonment in out of home placements like foster care, mental health programs, crisis centers and more. Ms. Adams believes that we should be a voice for the voiceless and feels that foster youth are often silenced. “It is important to lend our actions and words to empower others who face injustices,” she said.

Under the leadership of CEO, Cher Ofstedahl, and Chairman, John Neiuber, the Foundation works tirelessly to provide an opportunity for every person to help children heal, learn and thrive. “I absolutely love the mission of the Children’s Foundation of America and heard amazing things about its leaders. It is always a blessing when you are able to assist an incredible organization with thoughtful leadership,” Ms. Adams said.

Ms. Adams’ hope is that her experience, outlook and enthusiasm will help initiatives where ever she is needed. “Often times, being the difference means being a helping hand when needed,” she said. “I hope to lend my hands in order to push for change.”

The Foundation is incredibly grateful to Ms. Adams and the entire Board of Trustees for their commitment in furthering our mission and supporting children who need it most.

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