The New Member Of GCPS-Aaron Lupuloff

 

Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation Fund Incorporated is a non-profit charity organization. The group is set on giving financial services to improve and develop the education system of the county. In 2006, the charitable foundation was founded by Joe Heffron. The board of trustees that represents the community runs the organization. The group stresses community involvement of education, health, citizenship, and giving the county a higher quality of life.

The main purpose of Gwinnett County is to uphold global rules for their public schools. They follow through with this by empowering the ins and outs of the community. The non-profit organizations work to improving the future education of their students. The organization gave itself three goals to follow. Goal 1 is to give systemwide support and supplies. Goal 2 is creating a structure that will sustain the schools’ standards. The last goal is staying responsive to the prevalent needs of their school systems. See Related Link to learn more.

The charitable organization, Gwinnett County Public Schools, has created a new position to help with their cause. Aaron Lupuloff has been hired on as the new senior executive director. Lupuloff gained experience from working on another school foundation called Norcross. The organization is grateful to get Aaron on the team.

Lupuloff spent two decades as a senior managing director at Bear Stearns (JP Morgan), Raymond James, and with Fifth Third Street Bank Securities. At Norcross Foundation, Aaron Lupuloff served as president, treasurer, and the vice president. He also served as the booster club officer. Besides the founder himself, Lupuloff was part of the founding team for Gwinnett County foundation. Prior to this, he was a founder and old board member of Georgia Tech Parents Advisory Board.

Aaron Lupuloff graduated from the University of Alabama with a degree in Business Administration. Since 1982, he worked for financial services and businesses. He and his wife are supporters of Partners Against Domestic Violence, Camp Twin, and the Diabetes Foundation group.

Lakes, and were inducted in the NHS Foundation Hall of Fame in 2011. They have four children, including NHS graduates in 2007, 2009 and a senior currently at the school.

 

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