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zx Barnett named senior vice president of Buckner Children and Family Services


DALLAS – Brad Barnett was named senior vice president of Buckner Children and Family Services, according to Buckner International President and CEO Albert Reyes, effective Sept. 1. Reyes made the announcement to trust- ees, citing Barnett’s business experience and his calling to serve children and fami- lies as unique skills Barnett brings to his new role at Buckner. “Brad’s extensive business background, combined with his life’s mission to ‘live a life for Christ and use all the talent he gave me in the process’ position him well for his


new role with Buckner,” Reyes said. “I am excited that Brad’s knowledge of business tactics and processes are being linked with our BCFS staff’s extensive knowl- edge and experience in quality care for


vulnerable children and families. Buckner is blessed to have the most capable lead- ers in child care anywhere in the nation.” As senior vice president, Barnett will


oversee Buckner’s domestic and interna- tional child and family care operations, including adoption and maternity services and spiritual development. A native of Oklahoma, Barnett most re- cently served as vice president of Global Operations for Adams Golf in Plano, Texas. In his role at Adams, he helped the company strengthen its production processes. He was also involved in the merger and acquisition of Adams into TaylorMade-Adidas Golf in June 2012. Reyes emphasized that Barnett’s per- sonal and professional values were attri- butes that brought him to the forefront as a candidate for the position. “Brad’s val- ues encapsulate our Buckner core values. He exhibits Christ-like qualities, he has a servant’s spirit and he’s passion-driven.” Barnett and his wife Julie are members of Bent Tree Bible Fellowship. They have three children. –Staff Report


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