Camp Heartland Expands Board of Directors
Organization moving forward in development of next stage of growth
Minneapolis - November 20, 2002 - Camp Heartland, a national non-profit organization that
enhances the lives of children infected with and affected by HIV/AIDS today announced that Nita
Singh has been elected to the organization's Board of Directors. Camp Heartland is entering into a
new stage of development and growth for the organization and is counting on an active Board for
ideas and direction.
"Camp Heartland is thrilled that Nita Singh has joined our national Board of Directors," said Camp
Heartland Founder, Neil Willenson. "Nita is a long-time, generous donor to our efforts and is sure to
make an immediate impact on our Board. She brings a wealth of business savvy along with a passion
to make a difference. I am eager to work with Nita in making life better for even more children living
with HIV and AIDS."
Nita Singh is President of American Business Communication, (ABC), an independent
telecommunications management firm based in Maple Grove, Minnesota. Since Singh founded her
business over a decade ago, she's saved companies more than $100 million through recovering
retroactive credits and erroneous charges and optimizing clients' telecommunications products and
services. Singh began her involvement with Camp Heartland by spearheading all the
telecommunications support for a national fundraiser benefiting Camp Heartland.
"My involvement with Camp Heartland represents a balance in my life that recognizes the value of
community and of contributing in some way towards a greater good, " said Singh. "I have found both
the people involved and the children participating to be spectacular. This organization makes a
difference in people's lives and for me to be associated in some small way truly is a pleasure."
Camp Heartland provides children forever affected by the isolation and tragedy of HIV/AIDS the
opportunity to experience - sometimes for the first time - the pure joys of being a kid. At the same
time, these experiences provide confidence, hope, pride, life skills, and powerful memories that give
them strength when times are tough.
About American Business Communication
American Business Communication Inc., founded in 1990, is a telecommunications management
company that identifies and delivers solutions through: Bill Auditing, Telemanagement Outsourcing,
Local/Long Distance/Data Carrier Selection and Telecommunications Procurement. ABC's portfolio of
services provides an integrated approach that helps organizations manage every aspect of
telecommunications including increasing efficiencies, decreasing costs, and streamlining services.
To learn more about American Business Communication, visit
About Camp Heartland
Camp Heartland is a national non-profit organization that enhances the lives of children infected with and
affected by HIV/AIDS through year-round support, advocacy, recreational programs and community AIDS
awareness efforts. Founded in 1993 by Neil Willenson, the mission of the camp is to provide children impacted
by HIV/AIDS with "the best week of their lives". Camp Heartland serves nearly 600 children throughout the year
free of charge at their beautiful 80-acre site in Willow River, MN.
To learn more about Camp Heartland, visit