The American Lung Association of the Mountain Pacific recently announced the hire of Kameron Holloway Perez-Verdia in the dual role of Alaska director and regional director of strategic growth.
Perez-Verdia brings 17 years of executive leadership and management experience to the Lung Association. He has held senior leadership positions for Alaska-based organizations including the Avant-Garde Learning Alliance, Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Catholic Social Services, Charter College and Alaska Pacific University. Perez-Verdia is also the former executive director for the Family and Intercultural Resource Center in Dillon, Colo., and former senior vice president for the Girl Scouts of Colorado. In January, he was named one of Alaska’s “Top Forty Under 40” by the Alaska Journal of Commerce.
“We are delighted to have attracted someone of Kameron’s expertise to the Lung Association,” said Renée Klein, President and CEO of the American Lung Association of the Mountain Pacific. “Kameron brings a broad array of leadership skills and is very highly thought of by Alaskans and others who have worked with him.”
Perez-Verdia holds a certificate in Strategic Leadership for the 21st Century from Harvard Kennedy School. He received his Masters of Business Administration with an emphasis in executive leadership from the University of Denver and has completed graduate coursework in adult education: human resource development & leadership at the University of Alaska in Anchorage. He received a bachelor’s degree in communication, with an emphasis in human resource management and professional training, from the University of Puget Sound.