Dorothy Adams is the new president and CEO of Ann’s Place Cancer Support Services.

Adams moves from serving as executive director of the Dispute Settlement Center in Wilton and Bridgeport, Connecticut, where she oversaw the expansion of its court, regional school and family mediation services and its merger with the Regional Youth-Adult Social Action Partnership. She also has many spent many years serving on boards with social- and health-related missions.

After earning a degree with honors in mechanical and aerospace engineering from Princeton in 1983 with a certificate in proficiency from the Woodrow Wilson School, Adams went on to receive an MBA from the Wharton School Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

Located in Danbury, Connecticut, Ann’s Place provides comfort and support to people living with cancer and to their loved ones. Services include support groups, wellness programs and more.