A fifth-generation Atlanta native, Adair graduated from LaGrange College and is an alumna of Up With People. She is excited to serve and honor American Military Veterans and their families in an organization where she can put her experience in non-profit administration to good use. Having worked in organizations focused on working with the community and serving others, she finds CVMF’s mission is a perfect fit.
As the daughter and daughter-in-law of Vietnam Veterans and the Granddaughter of a WWII veteran, Adair has always felt a pull to support the US Military and Veterans of all branches of service. She can trace her family back to the Revolutionary War and is proud of each family member’s service. To work where she can honor all of these wonderful ancestors is a blessing.
Adair participates in the WALK MS – Marietta each Spring to improve funding for research and maybe a cure someday. She also does her best to support the Lewy Body Dementia Association, The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation, as well as her beloved schools, The Westminster Schools and Rabun Gap Nachoochee School – located where she finds her peace away from home, Rabun County, GA.
She and her husband, Brian, have lived in Smyrna for the past 24 years and have two grown children who work in the theatre industry. One resides here in Cobb County working in production, and one currently lives and works with a theatre in New Jersey. The Flowers family attends church at Smyrna FUMC and RGPC when in Rabun County. Both places are special and have special people who are connected to Adair and her family.