Pulse Technology Branch Manager Brandon Cork of Broadview, IL, has been named to the Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Club of Elgin, serving the Schaumburg Community Board.
“It’s a great honor to serve on the Board of this organization,” Cork said, adding, “We appreciate the good work that the Boys & Girls Club does to help students in our region. They make a real difference in many lives.”
Prior to Pulse Technology, Cork, a Robert Morris University graduate (bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business administration), was a sales manager for Canon Solutions America and worked in admissions for both DeVry University and Colorado Technical University.
A native of Gary, IN, Cork has been part of many volunteer and community activities throughout his career, including work with Habitat for Humanity, Illinois Action of Children, AID (Association for Individual Development), and Sojourner Truth’s House (Gary, IN). He also helped lead a Pulse team of 12 that volunteered with the Northern Illinois Food Bank to help prepare 3,600 meals for the underserved.
Chip Miceli, president and CEO of Pulse Technology, said, “We’re very proud of Brandon’s work not only here at Pulse Technology but all of his outreach into the communities and his recent decision to serve on the Board of Directors for the Boys & Girls Club of Elgin. Brandon is capable, enthusiastic and a can-do person. We are very glad he is part of our team.”
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