Family Motor Coach Association (FMCA), an international organization for motorhome owners based in Cincinnati, Ohio, has announced that Bradford Koshland has been hired to serve as the association’s next executive director.
As a motorhome owner and FMCA member, “Koshland brings to the association great enthusiasm for the RV lifestyle,” according to a news release. He also has a variety of management experience. Most recently, he served as bureau chief of enforcement for the division of real estate for the state of Florida, Department of Business and Professional Regulation. Prior to that, his career included 28 years in the law enforcement profession, and he retired as a lieutenant from the New Jersey State Police.
Koshland has a master’s degree in administrative science from Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, N.J., and a bachelor of arts degree from Rowan University in Glassboro, N.J. He is a certified public manager and brings with him a varied array of management and life experiences relevant to the executive director position.
“We look forward to welcoming Brad as executive director,” commented Judy Czarsty, FMCA national senior vice president/acting national president. “As a motorhome owner himself, Brad is well-qualified to represent the interests of Family Motor Coach Association and motorhome owners in general. Brad will bring leadership and a fresh perspective to the association as it continues in its mission to promote and enhance the motorhome lifestyle.”
Koshland will officially begin work as FMCA executive director on Jan. 3.