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Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta Announces New Board of Directors Members
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta Announces New Board of Directors Members

Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta (BGCMA) recently added the following Atlanta business leaders to the Corporate Board of Directors:

  • Frank Fenello, managing director at UHY Advisors GA, Inc
  • Ernest Greer, managing shareholder with GreenbergTraurig in the Atlanta office
  • Andy Macke, vice president of government and community affairs with Comcast
  • Dane Mauldin, senior vice president with LexisNexis Solutions
  • Thomas McNeill, partner at Bryan Cave Powell Goldstein
  • Colin Meadows, active CAO of Amvescap
  • Merrick Olives, managing partner at MOSAIC
  • Brenda Potter, vice president of public affairs for Fiserv
  • Iain Urquhart, general manager at Microsoft

The move continues the non-profit organization’s tradition of tapping leaders from Atlanta’s business community to support its efforts to serve Atlanta youth.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta (www.bgcma.org) operates 26 Clubs in 11 metro counties in addition to Camp Kiwanis, a 160-acre residential camp and Youth Art Connection, a gallery and workspace for young artists. A trained professional staff serves more than 3,000 youth daily by offering specialized training programming and a safe haven for at-risk and disadvantaged children and teens. 

With help from committed volunteers, Boys & Girls Clubs staff provides leadership, guidance and skill development to its members – empowering them to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens. 

ABOUT BOYS & GIRLS CLUB OF METRO ATLANTA

Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Atlanta’s mission is to provide a quality developmental program that empowers metro Atlanta youth, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to become productive adults. Through 26 Clubs in 11 metro counties, trained and professional staff serves more than 3,000 disadvantaged youth (ages 6-18) daily through programs that foster academic success, healthy lifestyles and character and leadership development. BGCMA also has Camp Kiwanis, a 160-acre outdoor residence camp, and the Youth Art Connection (YAC), a gallery and workspace for young artists. To effectively serve those who need us most, BGCMA asks families to pay annual membership dues of only $35 per child and no child is turned away due to inability to pay. For more information, please visit www.bgcma.org.