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Golf for Good 2022
May 16, 2022
Golf for Good
Monday, May 16, 2022
To promote the health and safety of all event participants and supporters, modifications may be made to the schedule and details of this year’s event. As we monitor the pandemic, we will provide updates and thank everyone in advance for doing their part in making Golf for Good a great experience for everyone!
Brunch & Registration
Dinner Reception & Awards
Experience EAC Network’s 32nd Annual Golf for Good event at Fresh Meadow Country Club in Lake Success, NY. This delightful parkland golf course offers extraordinary vistas and beautiful fairways that follow the natural roll of the forested terrain. Join us for an exquisite golf experience, and a fun-filled outdoor, fresh air event that will benefit people in need within your communities!
Geri A. Gregor, CPA
Geri A. Gregor, CPA, PLLC
Fat Guy Media and TCI Technologies
Michael LoFrumento, Esq.
Stempel, Catterson, LoFrumento, Carlson, Biondo, LLP
New York State Police
Campus Sexual Assault Victims Unit
President of the Guardians Association Of New York State Troopers
Senior Investigator Kim Bryson was born and raised in South Jamaica, Queens. She graduated from Far Rockaway High School, continued her education at SUNY Cortland, and graduated from SUNY Cortland with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science.
Kim graduated from the New York City Police Department and worked for the Long Island RailRoad Police Department prior to entering the New York State Police Academy on September 27, 1993.
Kim began her career as a road trooper working in Troops L and K. In addition to road patrol, Kim served as an undercover for the Troop L Narcotics Unit and as a Recruiter in Troop NYC. In September 1999, Kim became the first New York State Trooper to ride Mounted in a New York City Parade, the African American Day Parade in Harlem. She was also the first African American in the history of the New York State to ride Mounted. In January 2000, she was promoted to Investigator in Troop NYC. While assigned to Troop NYC, Kim as assigned to the Confidential Squad, Criminal Squad and Queens District Attorney’s Office. She transferred to Troop L and worked in the Guns Investigation Unit and The Violent Felony Warrant Squad. In addition, Kim received certifications as a Human Resource Counselor, Crisis Negotiator, Dignitary Protection. She has conducted numerous criminal and non-criminal investigations, served as an undercover, been cross designated as a United State Marshall, and worked in NYC during the 911 World Trade Center Attack.
In 2016, Kim was promoted to Senior Investigator. She has been assigned to the Campus Sexual Assault Victims Unit in Troop L, investigating sex crimes, and providing education and training to college campuses, communities, and schools. Kim earned certifications in Forensic Trauma Interviewing as well as child forensic interviewing.
In 2017, The New York State Police created a Centennial Mounted Unit in celebration of their 100-year anniversary. Kim and her horse, The Perfect Storm, joined the Mounted Unit and continue to serve to this day. Kim is still the first and only African American to be a Mounted New York State Trooper.
In 2020, Kim was elected as the President of the Guardians Association of New York State Troopers.