Established in 1994, Dream Foundation is the nation’s only organization dedicated to granting dreams for adults facing life-threatening illness. Each year, the foundation helps over 2,500 dreamers and their families fulfill lifelong wishes and make lasting memories.
On June 19, 2015, the foundation announced that it had added three new members to its leadership. Carol Brown, Troy Cox, and Christopher Lincoln will join the nonprofit’s board of directors, and Board Chairman Kenny Slaught expressed the foundation’s honor and excitement at having such a uniquely skilled, passionate, and enthusiastic group of new board members.
Carol Brown previously served Dream Foundation as a senior manager for 15 years. Having retired as vice president of major and planned gifts in April 2015, she brings over 30 years of experience in both national and international nonprofit management and development.
Troy Cox has more than 25 years of varied experience in the biopharmaceutical sector and has been instrumental in the launch of more than 20 products. He currently serves as senior vice president and officer at Genentech, a Dream Foundation corporate partner, in addition to spearheading leading oncology company US Commercial BioOncology.
Christopher Lincoln brings to the table extensive experience in the live-event broadcast sector. Since March 2014, he has served as vice president of production and coordinating producer of NBA and NCAA for Fox Sports. A longtime supporter of Dream Foundation, he first learned of the organization’s mission while producing IMG’s Celebrity Sports Invitational in 1998.