Grenville Baker Boys & Girls Club is pleased to announce new positions to its Board of Directors. John Campbell has been elected to the position of President of the Board. The Club is also pleased to welcome Natalia Good and Sean Simensky to its Board.
John Campbell will serve as Board President for 2021. John became involved in the Club began when his children were members, more than 15 years ago. From there, his passion for Grenville Baker Boys & Girls Club and its role in “inspiring youth the realize their full potential” grew. Over the years, John has served as President of the Board (from 2011-2014), as a Youth of the Year Judge, and on the Executive, Operations, and Golf Committees. In his professional life, he is a Senior Vice President- Investments at UBS Financial Services in Jericho, NY.
John Campbell remarks, “My involvement at the Club has been a blessing for me and time well spent. For all that I have given, I have received so much more. I have been privileged to see the inside story on all the Club does for the children of this community.”
Erick Brook has been named President-Elect for 2021 in preparation for leading the board in 2022. Eric is also the current Treasurer and serves on the Executive and Golf Committees.
Grenville Baker Boys & Girls Club is also delighted to welcome new Board members Natalia Good and Sean Simensky.
Natalia P. Good, an attorney and graduate of Fordham Law School, is a veteran volunteer of Grenville Baker Boys & Girls Club. She started volunteering as a tutor and then went on to serve on the Gala, Youth of the Year Selection, and Operations & Safety Committees. Beyond her commitment with the Club, Natalia is also involved in the UJA Long Island Women’s Cabinet, conducts interviews for Duke University’s Alumni Admissions Advisory Committee, and has served in various fundraising capacities for several local nonprofits. She currently resides in Locust Valley with her husband Adam and their two children.
Sean N. Simensky also joins our Board this year. An alumnus of the Club, he understands deeply the work we do and, in fact, he and his family have been dedicated volunteers and supporters for many years. Most recently, Sean has served on our Gala and Operations & Safety Committees. In his professional life, Sean is an associate at Rivkin Radler in the firm’s Banking and Corporate Practice Groups and concentrates his practice on general corporate representation of private national and international companies, not-for-profit corporations, as well as representing financial institutions, private lenders and borrowers in loan transactions. In 2019, Sean was honored by Long Island Business News as a “30 Under 30” award recipient.