Staff & Board

Staff

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Zeke Davisson Executive Director

Zeke was the first full-time employee at the KBF in the fall of 2014. He is Kelly's husband and biggest cheerleader and challenger. Zeke and Kelly began dating a year before her injury and have been a team ever since.

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Stephanie Carrell Administrative Manager

Stephanie has been involved as a supporter of the Kelly Brush Foundation since as far back as 2010 after a family member experienced an SCI. She joined the team as Administrative Manager in October of 2016 and has been Zeke's "adult in the room" for all things operations since. Her dog Manny often supervises office recycling bins and items placed on low shelves.

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Jenn Rand Development & Events Coordinator

Jenn joined the KBF Team in July of 2016 as the Events Coordinator. A native New Englander, Jenn attended the University of Vermont before starting her career in fundraising in Chicago and Boston. She returned to Vermont in 2013 and loves traveling, hiking, sailing and going on adventures with her partner, Norm, and their Labs, Tug & Rudder.

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Whitney Coombs Brand & Marketing Manager

Whitney joined KBF in January 2018 as the Brand and Marketing Manager. After spending eight years in Colorado working in communications, PR and marketing she has returned to her home state of Vermont.

Board of Directors

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Kelly Brush Davisson President

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Ellen Adams Board Member

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Mary Brush Board Member

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Charlie Brush Board Member

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Tom Getz Board Member

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Lindsay Brush Getz Board Member

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RB Klinkenberg Board Member

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Rick Makin Board Member

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Marilyn Reap Board Member

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Don Rendall Board Member

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Scott Willard Board Member

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There are 12,000 new spinal cord injuries in the US each year. Help even more people find confidence, independence, and happiness through sports.

 

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