BGC Teen Club coming to Madison


Club Director Named 

Brian Alexander dreams of a day where teenagers are fully supported in their effort to become successful adults. And one teen at a time, Brian is making that dream a reality. A Greene County native, Brian will bring his youth development talents to kick off a Teen Club initiative in Morgan County with Madison-Morgan Boys & Girls Club. 

In his position as Teen Club Director, Alexander will oversee programs, activities and services that prepare youth for success and create an outcome-driven Club experience that facilitates achievement of youth development outcomes. 

Previously Alexander served as the graduation coach at Greene County High School and Alcovy High School from 2015-2019, where he worked with the at-risk student population and prepared students for college acceptance. 

During his time in this position, Alexander maintained a graduation rate of 82% or above in both school districts and has helped more than 350 students get accepted into college and the military. He also assisted in accruing more than 30 million dollars in scholarships over the last four years between the two school districts. 

Alexander also served as an assistant football, basketball and track coach over the last four years.

For Alexander he’s looking forward to putting to work his vision for the teens of Morgan County. 

“The teens of Morgan County are our future and we have to put them in position to be successful so that we all can have future success. The torch must be passed but as the torch is passed there has to be lessons taught along the journey and that’s why this Teen Club is so important for this community. We will teach those life lessons that are needed for preparation, growth and success.”

Alexander hopes “the teens will develop inside the Teen Club skills and experiences to help them reach their maximum potential in life through great programs and in return utilize those skills in their paths of education, military or the workforce.

“Brian is a bright individual who has devoted his career to youth development and writing curriculum that is proven to help teens succeed,” Bob Mackey, President and CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of North Central Georgia. “We are excited to have Brian become a part of our world class organization. And, we’re looking forward to partnering alongside Morgan County to impact the teens.”

To learn more about The Club, visit call 706-342-1117.