David Singer joined Robison Oil in 1990 as Vice President and became President and CEO in 2008. Additionally, over the past fifteen years, David has served the community in many ways, including as a member of the Board of Directors for organizations including the Westchester Putnam Workforce Investment Board, United Jewish Appeal Business and Professionals Division, the Rosenthal Jewish Community Center of Northern Westchester, the White Plains Hospital Advisory Board, and of course the ten years he has been serving on the Board of the Boys & Girls Club. He received his Bachelor’s Degree from Syracuse University and his Juris Doctor from Cardozo School of Law. When David isn’t devoting his time to family, work and the community, he coaches the Bedford Recreation Basketball Team and Bedford Hills Little League baseball.
Holly Singer is involved in a number of community organizations, including Temple Shaaray Tefila, Fox Lane Middle School Association as well as the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester. Holly has been working to raise money and awareness for Multiple Myeloma and Amyloidosis research which her sister, Dr. Heather Landau, is part of an elite team of doctors who are working on the cure. In addition, she has lobbied in Washington D.C. on behalf of faith based initiatives and has raised money for the Relief Fund for Victims of Terrorism. Holly received her Juris Doctor degree from Cardozo School of Law and is a member of both the NY and NJ Bar Associations. She is a very busy mom of three active middle school children, Olivia, Benjamin, and Wyatt.
As CEO of Robison Oil, David has lead the company to be a leader in green initiatives such as wind generated electricity for home and business, bio fuels, energy audits, and solar power. In 2009, David and Holly assisted the Club in setting up a 10-year power purchase agreement with the installation of new solar panels from Mercury Solar. The panels, owned by Robison Oil, allow the Club to minimize their carbon footprint while reducing long-term energy costs long into the future.
Past Humanitarians of the Year honorees include: Bill and Jane Balter, Tom and Ursula LaMotte, Laureen Barber, Leslie Cecil, John and Amy Crabtree, Muffin Ziminsky Dowdle, Skip and Michaela Beitzel, Peter and Sara Tucker, Ken and Margaret O’Gara, Kelly and Rick Wietsma, Kevin Bannon, Bonnie Trotta and Seema Boesky, Dana and Christopher Reeve, Carll and Diane Tucker, Kalman Fox, and Dan Hollis.
The cocktail reception begins at 7:00p.m., followed by a sit down dinner, award presentation, live and silent auctions and dancing. The dinner is open to all by advance registration. Individual tickets are available for $350, as well as sponsorship tables. For further information about tickets/donations please contact the Hospitality Resource Group at 914-761-7111 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester is located at 351 Main Street, Mt. Kisco, NY and can be reached at (914) 666-8069 or by visiting www.bgcnw.com.
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About the Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester
The Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester was established in 1939 as a place for “boys to get off the streets.” It is a non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring and enabling young people, especially those who need it most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens. Located in Mt. Kisco, NY, the 36,000-square-