Reprinted from the Outer Banks Voice
A Pennsylvania native and professional equestrian has been named the new executive director of the Corolla Wild Horse Fund.
Linda Adkins was chosen from a pool of 40 applicants to lead the organization, which manages the herd of roughly 120 colonial Spanish mustangs that roam the northern Currituck Outer Banks.
Adkins proved to have the background, knowledge and experience which the selection committee believes will grow the Corolla Wild Horse Fund and carry out its mission, according to a news release.
Adkins resume’ includes work in nonprofit management, equine welfare and conservation interests.
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