Drew Schutte, Board Treasurer
As Executive Vice President and Chief Integration Officer, Drew Schutte leads the digital revenue strategy for Condé Nast and serves as the primary liaison between CNTechnology, CNMG and Condé Nast’s iconic media brands. Previously, Mr. Schutte was Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer of Condé Nast Digital. Prior to that, he was Vice President and Publisher of The New Yorker, after serving for 7 years as Vice President and Publishing Director of Wired Media.
Stephen Doyle, Esq. Board Secretary
Stephen Doyle is General Counsel of Acronis, a provider of data access, data protection, mobility and storage optimization solutions for physical, virtual and cloud environments. Mr. Doyle also co-founded Tego, a fabless semiconductor and software company that developed and produces asset data solutions for aerospace, industrial, and medical supply markets. Prior to Acronis and Tego Mr. Doyle was General Counsel to Aspen Technology, a public software company selling to the chemical and oil & gas industries, International Counsel to Prime Computer, and International Attorney for Bank of Boston. Over the past 25 years he has lived and worked in the US and overseas with a focus on cross-border mergers and acquisitions, business development, financings, and dispute resolution throughout Europe and East Asia.
Mr. Doyle is the author of numerous published legal and business articles on international business. He is a contributing author to “Transnational Business Transactions”, a three-volume treatise on international business law published and updated annually by West Publishing. Mr. Doyle has been a frequent speaker on international business and law at conferences and seminars in the U.S. and Europe. He is graduate of Georgetown University and has JD and MBA degrees from the University of Denver. He is a member of the Boston Committee on Foreign Affairs, and President of the Black Beach Harbor Head Association.
Jodie Heath, Therapy Director
Jodie is the owner and Executive Director of Swing for the Stars Pediatric Therapy Center in Concord, NH, Her mission in creating Swing for the Stars was to provide a setting where clients and their families would feel at home in a comforting, supportive environment, and where the family’s priorities for their child would help to drive the therapy process. Swing for the Stars offers 1:1 therapy, paired therapy, co treatments, and group therapy services, depending on what areas are being addressed to meet the individual needs of the child.
In 2010 Jodie was awarded the New Hampshire Occupational Therapy Practitioner of the Year award by the New Hampshire Occupational Therapy Association.
Karen Blake joined Adam’s Camp New England in 2014 as Family Support Coordinator. Originally from Massachusetts she lives in the White Mountains of New Hampshire with her husband and son Blake. Blake experiences Autism and ADHD. Karen sits on the New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities, is a Volunteer Advocate for NH Parent Information Center and is a graduate of the NH Leadership Series and the UNH LEND program ( Leadership and Education in Neurodevelopmental and other related Disabilities).
Ann Poyant, Nantucket program coordinator
Ann is a speech language pathologist who has been with Adam’s Camp since 2012. She has been a therapist and Team Leader on the Trailblazer Team for Adam’s Camp Nantucket. Ann is a Boston area native who currently lives on Nantucket with her husband. She has worked as a school-based therapist for the past 6 years and enjoys spending time with her family and friends.
Adrienne Evans, Executive Director
Adrienne joined the Adam’s Camp New England team in 2013. She lives in New Hampshire with her husband and two children. Her youngest son Jack has Fragile X Syndrome and Autism. She sits on the New Hampshire Council on Developmental Disabilities, the New Hampshire Council on Autism Spectrum Disorders and the New Hampshire State Advisory Committee on the Education of Students with Disabilities.
Mark Spellman, Board President
Mark Spellman is a portfolio manager with Alpine Capital Advisors and has been in the investment industry for more than 25 years.
Mark is the past President of the New York City Chapter of Cure Autism Now and a volunteer for Autism Speaks having spearheaded many fundraising initiatives. Mark is the father of two wonderful children with autism and he and his entire family are happy veterans of Adam’s Camp Nantucket.
Director of Outreach, Bob Horney
Bob focuses on the development and expansion of Adam’s Camp Outreach programs – helping others establish Adam’s Camp programs throughout the U.S. and other countries. Currently this includes Nantucket, Alaska and New Hampshire with hopes of beginning one soon in northern California. Bob loves his wife, Karel; their twin boys Adam & Jared, mountaineering and cooking in roughly that order.
Lauren holds a degree in Psychology and Sociology. She has served as a Principal employee and Founder for several PCB design companies in our industry for the past 25+ years. With the experience of her past positions as the Operations Manager Lauren has the depth of knowledge to get the job done on time with the highest quality. Lauren was a founder and principal of Mosher Design Services that was acquired by Praegitzer Industries and a founder in e2E Corporation that was acquired by Plexus Corporation. She has extensive experience in technical operations with a reputation for being a great communicator and an efficient, knowledgeable designer. Lauren possesses the necessary skills to direct the operations of Freedom CAD, with primary emphasis on streamlining operations and implementing technical and cost-saving alternatives.
Lou has extensive experience in the Printed Circuit board service business stemming from a firm foundation of electro-mechanical design and PCB design layout in his earlier career. He has founded and managed several successful businesses over the past 30 years in this industry. Lou was a partner and founder in Alternate Circuit Design Technologies in 1985. He was a principal owner in Mosher Design Services 1995, a founder of e2E Corporation in 2000 and Co-founder in FCS in 2003. Through the transition (merges and acquisitions) of these companies Lou held positions in manufacturing companies associated with design at Praegitzer Industries and Plexus Corporation as senior design manager where he developed a better understanding of DFM. Lou’s current responsibilities at Freedom CAD Services, Inc. are business development, executive planning and financial stability of FCS.