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2013 Distinguished Member Award honoree, 2009 SEGD Green Committee Distinguished Member Award honoree, and 2008 Angel Award honoree
During his more than 20 years in business, Gary Anzalone has inspired hundreds of people to start their own businesses and set dozens more on a course to grow their businesses strategically.
Now, as CEO of CEO Clubs NYC, Gary continues to serve as a valuable resource to fellow business owners by providing both his support and problem solving skills. His friends can always reach him for assistance and advice when they need help in solving the challenges of their business. He feels that it’s most effective when they find a solution on their own – with some well-placed guidance. He makes it possible because he is a highly focused listener with invaluable life experience and willingness to help. He enjoys bringing people together for networking – inspiring them to maximize their full potential.
Gary Anzalone is co-founder of a Long Island based business that started in his parent’s basement in Brooklyn. During his tenure the company has grown from two people to 70 and gained a national reputation for quality of service and product. Gary’s vision for quality transcends everything he does.
In addition, Gary started and is still growing an innovative business-networking group with over 100 participants. He is an active member of multiple organizations. He maintains a personal contact database of over 5,500 people and is an active mentor within the Gotham City Networking organization.
Early in his career, he taught as a high school teacher in the New York City school system, worked as a service engineer for a computer company, and as a project manager for construction projects.
He is a member of Society for Environmental Graphic Designers, U.S. Green Building Council, AIA, International Facilities Management Association, EBA, LIRTSA, CEO Clubs, and Gotham Networking.
Gary Anzalone was born and raised in Brooklyn. He attended New York University on a full scholarship and graduated with a BS in Technology and Industrial Education. He lives with his wife and two children on Long Island. His hobbies include traveling, skating, cycling, swimming, running, and paddleball.