Boys & Girls Clubs of Union County Welcomes Stephanie Branna

Boys & Girls Clubs of Union County is pleased to announce the appointment of Westfield Resident Stephanie Branna to their Corporate Advisory Board. Stephanie’s experience and leadership skills will be instrumental in assisting Boys & Girls Clubs of Union County as we continue to increase awareness and extend the reach of our organization.
“I am delighted to welcome Stephanie to our organization, as the newest member of our Corporate Advisory Board,” said Russell Triolo, Chief Executive Officer. “Having Stephanie join our Advisory board will be a great benefit to our organization and will help to enhance our mission of bringing great programs to the youth of Union County.”
Ms. Branna is a principal in her family-owned insurance agency located in Mountainside, a second generation firm specializing in building long term relationships with both business and personal clients. Before joining the family-owned business ten years ago, Stephanie spent 15 years raising her two children. She was also an expatriate living in Mexico, Shanghai China, Belgium and Hong Kong.
“I am honored to join the Corporate Advisory Board of BGCUC! I look forward to serving in an organization that strives to foster the development of youth in our communities,” said Stephanie Branna.
Stephanie stays involved in the local community by volunteering with the Greater Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce as a Board Member and Chairperson of the Nonprofit committee. She is also a Board Member for the ARC of Union County and Lifetime Support and previously volunteered in a fundraising capacity for The Friends of the New Jersey Festival Orchestra.
Prior speaking engagements include The Union County Bar Association and The Greater Union County Association of Realtors. Stephanie is proud to be part of United Fire Group’s Small Commercial Business Agency Advisory Board. Grateful for an amazing community of family, friends and clients, Stephanie makes sure her time is spent on enhancing those relationships and building new ones.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Union County seek to inspire and enable young people, who need them most, to realize their full potential and have provided opportunity for youth since 1955. They are part of a national network of some 4,000 neighborhood-based facilities, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, which serves more than 4.6 million young people annually, in all 50 states and on U.S. military bases worldwide. Clubs provide guidance-oriented character development programs on a daily basis for children 6-18 years old, conducted by a full-time professional staff. Key Boys & Girls Club programs emphasize leadership development, education and career exploration, financial literacy, health and life skills, the arts, sports, fitness and recreation, and family outreach.

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