Gormleys & Levines To Be Honored At Atlantic City Boys & Girls Club
The Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City has made impressive gains during the Stephanie Koch, era.
Koch serves as the Chief Executive Officer.
Koch is brilliant and operates under the winning philosophy that great things are possible when you don’t care about who gets the credit.
I toured the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City on October 19, 2020. It’s an impressive operation.
If you missed our previous coverage, here are links to articles about the STEAM Lab and the after-school programs that are offered at the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City.
There is a very important fundraising event that is scheduled. Here are the details:
The Atlantic City Boys & Girls Club is breaking new ground in so many different and important ways.
The Gormley and Levine families have witnessed the substantial progress that has been taking place and have been generous financial contributors.
Former Senator Bill Gormley was also a driving force in connecting Apple, Inc. at the highest levels with the Atlantic City Boys & Girls Club.
This elite collaboration has paid huge dividends at the Boys and Girls Club of Atlantic City.
Life is really all about relationship building. Gormley has had a decades-long collegial, professional relationship with Lisa Jackson, the former Secretary of both the New Jersey and the United States Environmental Protection Agencies.
Jackson is now a very high-level senior executive at Apple, Inc.
By forging a great relationship with Jackson, Gormley directly helped to open doors that never would have been possible otherwise.
Gormley has also closely collaborated with Stockton University and the upcoming Wednesday. On August 10, 2022 fundraising event will be held at the Stockton University Atlantic City Campus from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Specifically, the event will take place on the Atlantic City Boardwalk in the Stockton University Courtyard.
Koch said about The Gormleys and Levines:
We are honoring the Gormley & Levine Families for their investment and leadership in transforming Atlantic City's technology landscape through career exploration, workforce training and community partnerships at the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City.
You can purchase tickets at: acbgc.org/celebration
An upscale menu is developed by Executive Chef Pam Green and the teens at the Boys and Girls Club of Atlantic City … who are enrolled in the Hospitality Program.