President & CEO of The EGC Group Joins EAC Network’s Board of Directors

Ernie Canadeo, President & CEO of The EGC Group
Ernie Canadeo, President & CEO of The EGC Group

EAC Network is proud to announce that Ernie Canadeo, Founder, President and CEO of The EGC Group, has joined EAC Network’s Board of Directors. Ernie has built EGC into one of Long Island’s largest advertising and digital marketing agencies with 50 employees and a client roster that includes many prominent national, regional and local clients such as Canon, Emerging Vision/Sterling Optical, Dowling College and STS Tire. His knowledge of marketing, advertising, and interfacing with the business community has contributed to his success in the industry.

Presently, he sits on several of the most prominent not-for-profit boards on Long Island, including The Long Island Association, the Stony Brook University Alumni Board, and the Long Island Music Hall of Fame. He previously served on the boards of the United Way of Long Island, Long Island Works Coalition, and The LIA Health Alliance.

Ernie has been an avid supporter of EAC Network for many years and was honored at its 2013 Light of Hope Luncheon. He currently resides in Oyster Bay Cove with his wife and twin 16-year old boys.

About EAC Network
EAC Network provides a broad array of educational, vocational, counseling, and criminal justice services. The organization’s 70 programs protect children, create opportunities for seniors, promote healthy families and communities, empower people through employment and education, and provide alternatives for people with substance abuse and mental health needs. For more information about EAC Network, please call (516) 539-0150 or visit www.eac-network.org.


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