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List of Boys & Girls Clubs of America people

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The following is a partial list of notable Boys & Girls Clubs of America people. It includes alumni, staff, and others associated with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America.[1]

  • Rhett Akins, singer/songwriter
  • Walter Anderson, editor of Parade
  • Harry Lee Anstead, Florida Supreme Court Justice
  • John Antioco, former Chairman and CEO, Blockbuster/VIACOM
  • Darrell Armstrong, guard, Orlando Magic
  • James Baker, Clemson University President
  • Tara Lynne Barr, actress
  • Sharon Belton, former Mayor of Minneapolis
  • Brooke Bennett, Olympic gold medalist, swimming
  • Joan Benoit, Olympic gold medalist
  • Larry Bossidy, former Chairman and CEO of Honeywell
  • Thomas Brasuell, VP of Community Affairs, Major League Baseball
  • William R. Bricker, former BGCA National Director (deceased)
  • David Brugger, former President, Association of America's Public TV Stations
  • Gary Carter, Major League Baseball catcher
  • Swin Cash, forward, Detroit Shock (WNBA)
  • Jim Caufield, Senior VP, Boys & Girls Clubs of America
  • Wesley Clark, former NATO Supreme Allied Commander, Europe U.S. Army, retired
  • Jim Collins, author
  • Ray Combs, former Family Feud host; comedian (deceased)
  • Dave Condon, Chairman and CEO, DNS
  • Lee Corso, ESPN football analyst and commentator
  • William M. Daley, former U.S. Secretary of Commerce
  • Eric Davis, outfielder, San Francisco Giants
  • Gordon DelGiorno, independent filmmaker and producer
  • Frank Devito, former Vice-Chairman, LINTAS Worldwide Advertising
  • Evan Dobelle, President of Westfield State College; former President of New England Board of Higher Education
  • JD Drew, Outfielder, Boston Red Sox
  • Sean Elliott, former NBA player; ESPN broadcaster
  • Jamie Farr, actor
  • Raymond Flynn, former Mayor of Boston; Ambassador to the Vatican
  • Steve Foley, naval aviator; Blue Angels pilot
  • Edward Furlong, actor
  • Tony Gonzalez, tight end, Atlanta Falcons
  • Charles A. Hines, former President, Prairie View A&M University; U.S. Army, retired
  • Chamique Holdsclaw, WNBA Olympian
  • Maureen Holohan, WNBA; author
  • Evander Holyfield, four-time Heavyweight boxing champion
  • Joe Horn, NFL, New Orleans Saints
  • Michael Jordan, NBA All-Star
  • Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Olympic gold medalist, track and field
  • Patrick Kelly, Chairman, Department of Neurology New York University
  • Bob Kersee, track and field Coach
  • Kool & The Gang musicians: Khalis Bayyan (aka Ronald Bell), Robert "Kool" Bell, George "Funky" Brown, Charles "Claydes" Smith, and Dennis "DT" Thomas
  • Joe Lamond, business innovator
  • Bob Lanier, NBA Hall of Fame
  • Jennifer Lopez, singer, actress
  • Mario Lopez, actor
  • Sid Luckman, former quarterback, Chicago Bears (deceased)
  • Manuel Lujan, former U.S. Secretary of the Interior
  • Al Mangini, BGCA Executive (deceased)
  • Gary Matthews, former Chicago Cubs player
  • Jerry Maulden, former President, Entergy Corporation
  • Michael McCluney, singer; member of Day26
  • Willie McGinest, NFL linebacker, Cleveland Browns
  • Alford McMichael, Sergeant Major, U.S. Marine Corps
  • Eugene McQuad, President and COO, Freddie Mac
  • George Mitchell, former U.S. Senate Majority Leader
  • Sidney Moncrief, retired Milwaukee Bucks player; NBA All-Pro
  • Joe Morgan, sportscaster, Baseball Hall of Famer
  • Johnny Morris, former Chicago Bears player, sportscaster
  • Arthur Myers, Director of Services, U.S. Air Force
  • Chuck Nelson, NFL kicker, retired
  • Gregory R Nelson Sr., CEO of United Orthopedic Group
  • Erle Nye, Chairman Emeritus, TXU Corporation
  • Edward James Olmos, actor, director
  • Shaquille O'Neal, retired NBA center
  • Bill Perocchi, CEO of Pebble Beach
  • Charles Perry, CPA in Lubbock; 2011 member of the Texas House of Representatives
  • Jimmy Piersall, Cleveland Indians, retired
  • Ed Pinckney, coach; retired NBA Player
  • Lou Piniella, manager, Seattle Mariners
  • Lee Pitts, aquatics instructor; author
  • Terry Porter, guard, San Antonio Spurs
  • Semeka Randall, WNBA, Seattle Storm
  • Jay Randolph, sports commentator
  • Ahmad Rashād, NBC sportscaster; former wide receiver, Minnesota Vikings
  • Harold Reynolds, former MLB player; ESPN broadcaster
  • Dr. Condoleezza Rice, former U.S. Secretary of State
  • George Rivera, artist; Lieutenant Governor, Pojoaque Pueblo, New Mexico
  • Francis Roberts, U.S. Army, retired
  • Brooks Robinson, Baseball Hall of Fame, Baltimore Orioles
  • Smokey Robinson, singer/songwriter
  • Michael Rochelle, U.S. Army
  • Fred Rooney, former U.S. Congressman
  • Johnny Rutherford, retired race car driver
  • Gale Sayers, former Chicago Bears running back
  • Mark Schlereth, former guard, Denver Broncos
  • Junior Seau, former linebacker, San Diego Chargers
  • Bernard Shaw, former CNN anchor
  • C. J. Silas, former Chairman and CEO of Phillips Petroleum
  • John Singleton, filmmaker
  • Dennis Smith, author
  • Hank Soar, football player; professional baseball umpire (deceased)
  • Norman Stamper, former Chief of Police, Seattle, Washington
  • Dave Stewart, retired pitching ace, Oakland A's and Toronto Blue Jays
  • Dewey Stokes, County Executive, Columbus, Ohio
  • Ruben Studdard, singer, American Idol winner 2003
  • Robert Stutman, President of Robert Stutman Associates; former head of the DEA, New York Office
  • Able Mable Thomas, community leader in Atlanta
  • Frank Thomas, former first baseman, Chicago White Sox
  • Terdema Ussery, President and CEO of the Dallas Mavericks
  • Alfred Valenzuela, Commander, U.S. Army South, Puerto Rico
  • Courtney Vance, actor
  • Manuel Villafana, Chairman and CEO of ATS Medical
  • Mark Wahlberg, actor
  • Bill Walton, NBA Hall of Famer
  • Thomas Warren, Chief of Police, Omaha, Nebraska
  • Ty Warren, defensive lineman, New England Patriots
  • Denzel Washington, actor, Academy Award Winner
  • Kerry Washington, actress
  • John L. Weidner, United States Navy
  • Verdine White, bass player of Earth, Wind & Fire
  • Lenny Wilkens, former NBA Coach
  • Jamaal Wilkes, former L.A. Lakers player
  • Dontrelle Willis, pitcher, Florida Marlins
  • Nelson Wolff, Bexar County Judge; former Mayor of San Antonio, Texas
  • David Wolper, Hollywood producer
  • Martin Wong, fashion designer
  • Bob Woolf, sports attorney (deceased)
  • James Worthy, NBA Hall-of-Famer; former LA Laker

References[edit]

  1. Prominent alumni (from BGCA's website)

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