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Boys and Girl Club CEO leaves Wall Street to help kids
Boys and Girl Club CEO leaves Wall Street to help kids

AIR DATE: July 11, 2011

When Ken Rubeli was 9 he started going to the Boys Club in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Boys Club soon became the Boys and Girls Club and Rubeli hasn't strayed far from its doors since then. After a successful career on Wall Street and in the gaming industry Rubeli is now the CEO of Boys and Girls Club of Henderson. Ken Rubeli joins us to talk about why working with kids was the right choice for him and the challenges that face kids in Nevada today.


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