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Corey Cumiskey

What is your current role and responsibilities with the Assisted Goals Foundation?

As a member of the board of directors I am in charge of all merchandise design and sales, as well as helping out with fundraising efforts and events.   I try to help all of the other board members in their roles and responsibilities in any way that I can.

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Why did I get involved with the Assisted Goals Foundation?

As a lifelong fan of the game, it took me until I was 30 years old to be able to afford to play.  I was unable to play as a child due to the high cost and distance to the rink from where I lived in northern New Jersey.  Now that I have children that play, I am getting to see first had just how pricey it can be.  When Buddy told me about his intention to start AGF, I instantly knew that I wanted to be involved to make this great game more accessible and affordable for others.  


What is your professional background and how does it translate to the Assisted Goals Foundation?

I have been an entrepreneur for about 20 years and have had to wear every hat possible along the way.  Creating and maintaining relationships has been an integral part of my journey and a key to success.  I hope to bring those skills to the AGF to create long lasting and meaningful connections for the organization. 


Tells us something about you?


I have two sons, Jacob(2013) and Cash(2018).  Jacob has fallen in love with the game already and keeps me busy helping him on his quest for success.   Cash is almost ready to hit the ice and of course loves everything that his hero of an older brother does.   When we are not at the rink, my wife Erin and I enjoy hiking with our boys and our Neapolitan Mastiff, Gertrude.

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