“Leaders instill in their people a hope for success and a belief in themselves. Positive leaders empower people to accomplish their goals.”
Chief EXECUTIVE Officer
STEPHANIE LUTZ-KOCH is a transformative leader who thrives on building organizations through strategic direction and structural change, enhancing people’s lives, and ultimately informing public policy social solutions. She is a charismatic team leader who moves easily between systems thinking and process frameworks, resulting in actionable approaches and positive outcomes. With energy, contagious enthusiasm, and passion, Stephanie engages others in the work and project management. She brings together business and purpose to create social impact within her local community and beyond.
Stephanie is the CEO of the Boys & Girls Club of Atlantic City, a premier youth development organization. In this role, she transformed a legacy organization to a nationally recognized two-generation, community-based family service organization despite the challenges of Covid. Working with high-net-worth donors and managing philanthropic foundation relations, she increased the organization’s budget enabling the service census to double. Through her leadership, the organization was awarded an unprecedented multi-million dollar grant by the Casino Reinvestment & Development Authority, developed Atlantic City’s STEAM Strategy with Apple, Adobe, and Google, and launched dual enrollment programs with Atlantic Cape Community College and Stockton University for prospective first-generation students.
Previously, Stephanie was the SVP of Strategic and Business Development for JEVS Human Services, Pennsylvania’s largest social service organization. She served as executive advisor to the CEO and organizational advisor for fundraising, program development, and expansion through acquisition and partnerships. Earlier Stephanie was President, Founder, and Principal Consultant at SLK Consulting serving nonprofit and governmental entities. She was instrumental in clients’ successes in strategic growth, sustainability, and capacity development. She began her career at Pennsylvania’s Department of Human Services and Philadelphia Works, formerly the Philadelphia Workforce Development Corporation.
Stephanie received an MSW from Temple University and a BA in Social Work from the University of Pittsburgh. She continued her leadership education at The Wharton School and Cornell University. In 2023, she is expected to earn her MBA from Western Governor’s University. Stephanie is sought after for speaking engagements and is also active in the community where she serves on local and regional Chambers of Commerce, as well as on the Atlantic County Workforce Development Board. Among her many recognitions for her contributions, she was recently listed in the Titan 100 Philadelphia CEO’s Award, attended the 2022 Greater Philadelphia’s Leadership Exchange, received a CHIEF Executive cohort appointment, and was honored at Slice Communications Internal Women’s Day.
Dr. Aigner Holmes
Chief Operating officer
Dr. Aigner Holmes is a native of Roselle, NJ. She is a member of Clear View Baptist Church of Newark, NJ under the leadership of Dr. Curtis W. Belle Jr., where the value of servicing the community was instilled in her at a very young age. Community service is an integral part of her life, and she finds joy in empowering others. Education is a passion, for Dr. Holmes, she has a big heart for encouraging others to reach their potential. Dr. Holmes graduated with her Doctoral Degree from Saint Peters University of Jersey City, NJ in the year 2020. With over 10 years of experience in the field of education, Dr. Holmes as served in various capacities. She has a gift of making learning enjoyable and approachable. Dr. Holmes believes that having an opportunity to serve our youth is one not to be taken lightly. There is joy is being witness to transformation, as the path is paved for our leaders of tomorrow.
Chief Strategy Officer
Born and raised in Atlantic City, Chief Strategy Officer Brian Little kept busy year round with sports. As he got older, his passion for football turned into a college scholarship. After graduating with a BA in Business Administration and an MBA, Brian returned to his hometown to help the youth of Atlantic City find their own paths to success. “I know and understand the challenges and distractions of the community, how difficult the road may be to rise above the cycle of poverty for the 93% of youth and families attending the BGCAC. Throughout my life, career and accomplishments, there has never been a greater feeling than what I do today to make a difference in the lives of those that need us the most.” His current role at the BCAC allows him to give back to his people, community and city. For Brian, this is a dream come true.
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