MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- The Boys and Girls Club of Northern Westchester (BGCNW) recently elected officers R. Todd Rockefeller of Ridgefield as board president, Muffin Dowdle as vice president, Marc Weisenfreund as secretary and Linda Mahon as treasurer for her second term.
Rockefeller has been a member of the BGCNW board of directors since 2000 and will now serve as board president. He is also a club alumnus who learned to swim at the club as a child.
Rockefeller is currently a partner at DRSW and currently serves as secretary treasurer on the organization’s board at the state level. He also serves on the Westchester-Putnam Boy Scouts board. Rockefeller and his family live in Ridgefield, Conn.
Dowdle has been a real estate agent in the Northern Westchester community for 25 years. A club alumnae, Dowdle participated in school sports and learned to swim at BGCNW.
Years later, Dowdle returned to the club as a board member and has now been serving for nearly 20 years. She is currently the board's vice president. She has also served as chair of the Humanitarian Award Dinner Committee for the last three years. Dowdle and her family reside in Pound Ridge.
Weisenfreund began his career on the BGCNW board of directors more than 18 years ago. A newcomer to the organization, Weisenfreund quickly saw the positive influence the club had on the community’s youth and became heavily involved. He currently serves as vice president.
He has also served on various committees over the last two decades. Weisenfreund currently practices law independently and he and his wife reside in Pound Ridge.
Mahon works in the private wealth management and asset management areas of finance. She has been on the board of BGCNW since 2009 and is chair of the club’s finance committee, in addition to her duties as treasurer.
Mahon has been an associate chair of the club's Humanitarian Dinner Committee for several years, and this year will serve as one of three chairs of the event. She currently resides in Bedford Corners with her husband.
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