Rochester, MN (KROC-AM News) - The Rochester Boys and Girls Club has hired a new CEO. The Board of Directors for the local charitable organization says Chad Campbell has accepted the leadership post and is expected to be ready to report for work full-time near the end of next month.

Campbell is coming to the Boys and Girls Club from the Olmsted County United Way, where he currently serves as Vice President of Community Impact. A news release from the Boys and Girls Club says he has made a career of non-profit management with organizations involved in youth development.

“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.” Leon Clark, Board President.

Campbell will succeed Jodi Millerbernd, who resigned from the Rochester Boys and Girls Club last fall to take a new position in Texas. Ellen Tolleson has been serving as interim director.

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