As a parent, you recognize the potential of your child better than anyone. By giving your child the opportunity to be part of Big Brothers Big Sisters, you’re starting them down a path to an even brighter, more promising future.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County has a variety of programs that fit the lifestyles of our volunteers and the needs of our Littles.
“ More than ever our county’s youth need mentors and role models, who can help guide their development to positive and productive futures. Despite facing adversity. Children in the BBBS program can overcome their challenges and learn to avoid risky behaviors. By educating our youth about the harmful effects of drug and alcohol use, this program is a partner in our fight against Heroin use.”
– Matt Weintraub, Bucks County District Attorney
Welcome our new board member, Keith Palmer!
Keith currently leads the Janssen Neuroscience US sales organization and co-leads the J&J Enterprise Veterans Leadership Council (VLC). He has a broad background within J&J, working across sectors (Medical Device & Pharma) in a range of disciplines. Keith has also spent time at General Electric (GE), is a retired U.S. Marine Corps Captain, and a Certified Six Sigma Black belt. He holds two Masters Degrees in Business Administration and Computer Science – Information Technology from Capital University School of Business, as well as a Bachelor’s in Pre-Law with minors in English and Philosophy from Mansfield University of Pennsylvania.
Keith resides in NJ with his wife Shay, and two children, Keith II (8) and Kennedy (7). He enjoys sports, comedy and serving in the community mentoring youth/future leaders. He is extremely excited about serving on the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County, and to contribute to the mission of helping the at-risk youth in our community.