Children’s Volunteer Health Network welcomes new executive director, Kelley Mossburg 

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Local non-profit, Children’s Volunteer Health Network, has announced that Kelley Mossburg has officially joined the team as executive director. Mossburg comes from 35 years of senior-level corporate experience. Throughout his career, Mossburg has owned his own business and has served in a number of non-profits as a board member, board chairman, and president.

Mossburg’s career includes impressive experience in senior-level leadership of major national companies including Long John Silvers, Schenck Company, and Pepsi Co., where he held leadership positions at both Frito Lay and Kentucky Fried Chicken. Additionally, he has proven his passion for giving back to his community. In 2015, Mossburg was elected to be the President of the South Walton Community Council, an active group of citizens that prioritizes the interest of property owners, maintains the integrity of the community and advocates for the protection of the environment as well as smart growth in development.

In regards to non-profit work, Mossburg helped build the Exceptional Foundation of East Alabama, a non-profit for special needs adults in Auburn, Alabama. He was also board chairman for both the Orlando Chamber of Commerce and the Junior Achievement of Central Florida.

When asked about his new position, Mossburg said, “I am blessed to be able to live and work in a place that has been my dream for most of my adult life. After spending over 35 years in corporate America in various executive roles, I am applying my talent and experience in order to positively impact the lives of children in need across the region with quality healthcare options.”

Mossburg grew up in Atlanta, Georgia, and attended Auburn University where he met his wife of 41 years, Debbie. They have two sons, Kel and Landon, who are spending their adult lives in Birmingham, Alabama, and Stockholm, Sweden. Kelley and Debbie currently live in South Walton with their pomeranian, Rascal, and are enthusiasts for fitness and helping plant and grow a new local church, Fellowship 30A.

For more information about Children’s Volunteer Health Network, visit their website at


Children’s Volunteer Health Network (CVHN) provides children in need the opportunity to flourish by facilitating health and wellness services. Since 2005, CVHN has traveled across the Emerald Coast in its Mobile Dental Care Unit to provide children in the community with proper preventative dental care. CVHN continues to expand and now offers dental, vision, and mental health services to children in Okaloosa and Walton County.  For more information, visit or find CVHN on Facebook and Instagram.


Children’s Volunteer Health Network welcomes new executive director, Kelley Mossburg 

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