DREAM Adaptive recently added three new board members: Bryan George, Robin Idol and Sylvia Lundquist.
DREAM Adaptive has been a local leader in providing life-enhancing outdoor recreational opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
DREAM Adaptive’s working board plays a crucial role in the success of the organization.
Robin Idol is a long-time resident of Flathead Valley. Her experience advocating for individuals with disabilities and participating in adaptive recreation will be an invaluable addition.
Sylvia Lundquist is a resident of Columbia Falls and an experienced grant writer. She has supported nonprofits such as Team St. Lukes, ParaSports Spokane, Little People of America and the Dwarf Athletic Association of America.
Bryan George, a resident of Whitefish, is the former president of Biz to Biz in Whitefish. He brings to DREAM years of local business experience, personal connection through his own daughter’s needs with Down Syndrome, and has been at the helm of many nonprofit initiatives including the startup of a blood donation movement with his wife Ali called #GO4FLO. He will infuse the organization with his passion for making connections and focus on excellence.
“It’s a pleasure to add the skills and experience of our new board members to the team,” says DREAM executive director Julie Tickle said. “They will do an incredible job supporting our mission and bringing focus to strategic initiatives. We can’t express enough gratitude for their investment in DREAM’s future.”
Other board members are Clayton Fox (President/interim Treasurer), David Sandler (Secretary) and Billy Harron.
To learn more about DREAM Adaptive, to get involved, or make a donation, visit dreamadaptive.org or call 406-862-1817.