The Out-of-Door Academy announced the appointment of Adam Armbruster to the school’s Board of Trustees.
Armbruster, a senior partners with a retail and television broadcasting consulting company called ESA & Co., will take an active role in the school’s marketing committee.
“Meeting our mission of helping students achieve high academic goals while building character through balanced programming would not be possible without the work of dedicated and talented board members like Adam,” Head of School David Mahler said. “We join our parents and students in welcoming him to the board.”
ODA is the second oldest independent coeducational day school in Florida and enrolls about 600 students pre-K through 12th grade.
For information, visit, www.oda.edu.
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