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2-6-2023 Norman Gomez-Vasquez Elected to Family Service League Board of Directors



Huntington, NY (Feb. 6, 2023)Family Service League (FSL), a leading Long Island based non-profit human service organization, is proud to announce the election of Norman Gomez-Vasquez to its Board of Directors. Mr. Gomez-Vasquez is an Insurance Broker and Area Vice President at Gallagher, located in Jericho, NY.  He has specialized in serving the construction industry by qualifying and assisting contractors on all their Contract Surety bonding needs.  He is a Sergeant of Marines, having served 8 years in the Marine Corps Reserves attached to 6th Communications Battalion, located in Brooklyn, NY, from 2014-2022.  During his time in the Marine Corps, he participated in Operation Inherit Resolve attached to DJC2 (Deployable Joint Command and Control) Task Force 51/5 Central Command, deployed overseas from 2020 to 2021.

In 2022, he was selected for the Town of Huntington’s Hispanic Advisory Task Force and the Town of Huntington’s Anti-Bias Task Force.  He is excited to have the opportunity to return to FSL – the very same organization that had kept him busy with afterschool tutoring and summer camp experiences when he was a child.  Recently, Mr. Gomez-Vasquez secured additional funding for FSL’s Camp Champion program and is spearheading a Summer Camp Backpack Drive.  Additionally, he is an active volunteer on the planning committees of Great Chefs of Long Island and the Annual Walk for Wellness.

“Family Service League is privileged to have a Board of Directors consisting of well-respected members of the Long Island corporate and private sectors, all of whom bring strength to our organization.  We are proud to welcome Norman.  His unique and insightful experiences combined with his deep sense of civic duty and commitment to the community will be an asset to our agency as we plan for the future.”  –  Karen Boorshtein, LCSW, FSL President & CEO


For over 95 years, FSL has been offering reliable support to those in need, and today, it successfully manages 60+ programs at 20 locations throughout Suffolk County.  FSL’s history of strong, dependable board leadership has proven even more important with the momentous circumstances and aftermath of COVID.  This health emergency has impacted countless children and adults, many continue to struggle both emotionally and financially.  Every day, FSL offers a wide array of counseling and human service programs which are a lifeline for Long Island’s most vulnerable residents.


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Family Service League (FSL), established in 1926, is a Long Island non-profit human service organization providing a safety net for people in need.  FSL touches the lives of 50,000 people annually, addressing some of the most prevalent and pressing human needs facing Long Island communities. FSL delivers tangible help and crisis intervention across a spectrum of service areas including mental health counseling, addiction prevention & treatment, housing, job training, trauma counseling, early education, and family & senior support services.  In all, FSL offers 60+ programs at 20 locations throughout Long Island.  FSL employs 700+ people and has an annual operating budget more than $58 million per year.   To learn more about FSL visit and follow us on social media!


FSL Press Contact:

Tricia O’Hare, FSL Director of Development & Communications or 631-205-8944