William Iannuzzi Named Chief Program Officer


NEW ROCHELLE (OCTOBER 31, 2023) — We’re pleased to announced that William Iannuzzi has been named chief program officer, a new position within our organization. Will, who previously served as BGCNR’s director of clubhouses and secondary school programming, has worked at the club for 12 years and was a club member throughout his childhood.

In his new role, he’ll be responsible for overseeing operations at the club’s Mascaro Clubhouse; programming at both Mascaro and the Remington Clubhouse; and
21st century, supplemental, elective, before-care, and summer programs at club locations in the New Rochelle, Mamaroneck/Larchmont, and Ossining school districts. Will also will develop BGCNR’s general program framework and annual program plans, while monitoring outcomes/impact, and leading the club’s advocacy and safety efforts.

A New Rochelle native, Will currently serves as president of the City School District of New Rochelle Board of Education. He was elected to a five-year term on the board in 2019 and was vice president and chair of several board committees during the 2020-21 school year. He holds a bachelor’s degree in public accounting from Mercy College.

Will is an invaluable member of the BGCNR team – he embodies our mission and is a tireless advocate for our youth. His experience, knowledge, and unyielding commitment to creating positive impact will continue to help grow BGCNR in both size and scale. We truly are thrilled to acknowledge his accomplishments and leadership, and look forward to partnering with him in building successful futures for us all.

About Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle

Founded in 1929, Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle (BGCNR) has been an integral part of the community, offering quality, achievement-driven programming focused on the whole child – encompassing academics, mental wellness, fitness, leadership, and civics.

Today, the organization serves over 7,000 youth annually at 16 school sites and two clubhouses, offering them a safe place to learn and grow, ongoing relationships with caring professionals, life- enhancing programs and character development experiences, and hope and opportunity.