List of Boys & Girls Clubs of America People

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.

This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries.
  • Rhett Akins, Singer/Songwriter
  • Walter Anderson, Editor, Parade
  • Harry Lee Anstead, Florida Supreme Court Justice
  • John Antioco, Former Chairman & 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
  • Larry Bossidy, Former Chairman & CEO, Honeywell
  • Thomas Brasuell, VP 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/Commentator
  • William M. Daley, Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce
  • Eric Davis, Outfielder, San Francisco Giants
  • Gordon DelGiorno, Independent film maker and producer in Wilmington, DE
  • Frank Devito, Former Vice-Chairman, LINTAS Worldwide Advertising
  • Evan Dobelle, President, Westfield State College; Former President, New England Board of Higher Education
  • JD Drew, Outfielder, Boston Red Sox
  • Sean Elliott, Former NBA Star, 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
  • James Gorman, Head Coach, Minnesota Vikings
  • Charles 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, Legendary 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
  • 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 Star
  • 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 & COO, Freddie Mac
  • George Mitchell, Former U.S. Senate Majority Leader
  • Sidney Moncrief, Retired Milwaukee Bucks Star/NBA All-Pro
  • Joe Morgan, Sportscaster, Baseball Hall of Famer
  • Johnny Morris, Former Chicago Bears Star/Sportscaster
  • Arthur Myers, Director of Services, U.S. Air Force
  • Chuck Nelson, NFL Kicker, retired
  • Gregory R Nelson Sr., United Orthopedic Group, CEO
  • Erle Nye, Chairman Emeritus, TXU Corporation
  • Edward James Olmos, Actor, Director
  • Shaquille O'Neal, Retired NBA Center
  • Bill Perocchi, Pebble Beach, CEO
  • Charles Perry, CPA in Lubbock and incoming 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 Rashad, NBC Sportscaster, Former Wide Receiver, Minnesota Vikings
  • Harold Reynolds, Former MLB Star, ESPN Broadcaster
  • Dr. Condoleezza Rice, Former U.S. Secretary of State
  • George Rivera, Artist and Lt. Gov., 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
  • Joan Benoit, Olympic Gold Medalist
  • Gale Sayers, Former Chicago Bears Running Back
  • Mark Schlereth, Former Guard, Denver Broncos
  • Junior Seau, Former Linebacker, San Diego Chargers
  • Bernard Shaw, Former Anchor, CNN
  • C. J. Silas, Former Chairman/CEO Phillips Petroleum
  • John Singleton, Filmmaker
  • Dennis Smith, Author
  • Hank Soar, Football Star and Professional Baseball Umpire (deceased)
  • Norman Stamper, Former Chief of Police, Seattle, Wash.
  • 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, Robert Stutman Associates, Frmr. Head of the D.E.A., New York Office
  • Able Mable Thomas, Community Leader, Atlanta
  • Frank Thomas, Former First Baseman, Chicago White Sox
  • Terdema Ussery, President/CEO Dallas Mavericks
  • Alfred ValenzuelaCommander, U.S. Army South, Puerto Rico
  • Courtney Vance, Actor
  • Manuel Villafana, Chairman/CEO ATS Medical
  • Mark Wahlberg, Actor
  • Bill Walton, NBA Hall of Famer
  • Thomas Warren, Chief of Police, Omaha, Neb.
  • 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, R&B Band
  • Lenny Wilkens, Former NBA Coach
  • Jamaal Wilkes, Former L.A. Lakers Star
  • Leon Williams, Elon University
  • Dontrelle Willis, Pitcher, Florida Marlins
  • Nelson Wolff, Bexar County Judge, Former Mayor, 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
  • Kool & The Gang Musicians: Khalis Bayyan (a.k.a. Ronald Bell), Robert "Kool" Bell, George "Funky" Brown, Charles “Claydes” Smith and Dennis "DT" Thomas

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    Shea—they call him Scholar Jack—
    Went down the list of the dead.
    Officers, seamen, gunners, marines,
    The crews of the gig and yawl,
    The bearded man and the lad in his teens,
    Carpenters, coal-passers—all.
    Joseph I. C. Clarke (1846–1925)

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    —J.G. (John Gabriel)

    Remember that the peer group is important to young adolescents, and there’s nothing wrong with that. Parents are often just as important, however. Don’t give up on the idea that you can make a difference.
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    Erma Bombeck (20th century)

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    Janet Frame (b. 1924)

    Boys will be boys. And even that wouldn’t matter if only we could prevent girls from being girls.
    Anthony Hope (1863–1933)