A veteran NFL coach, Eric followed an unconventional ascent from 23-year old ball boy to 34-year old head coach. He was member of three Super Bowl championship coaching staffs and a head coach charged with rebuilding two franchises. Eric started off on his unique path as a coach in Melbourne, Australia and then in the Cleveland Browns’ organization as a ball boy and front office assistant. He quickly rose through the ranks as an assistant with the Baltimore Ravens and the New York Jets before becoming the New England Patriots’ secondary coach in 2000 and the defensive coordinator in 2005. Eric was then hired as the Head Coach of the New York Jets in 2006. At 34 years old he was one of the youngest head coaches in NFL history. Coach Mangini then became the 12th head coach in Cleveland Browns history where he began the rebuilding process. After his tenure at the Cleveland Browns, Mangini developed into a critically acclaimed studio analyst on ESPN in 2011 before returning to football from 2013 through 2015 when he had the unique opportunity to work on both offense and defense for the San Francisco 49ers. He was part of the team that went to the NFC Championship game and is one of the few coaches in NFL history to move from a position coach to coordinator on the opposite side of the ball. Mangini is currently an analyst with Fox Sports 1 and also works with multiple international teams to establish best practices in both coaching and organizational structure.
In addition to a great career, Eric is a proud husband and father to his three sons. Eric currently lives in Cleveland, OH, with his family.
Dr. Michael Moustakakis
Dr. Moustakakis is a 1995 graduate of the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. He then came to Connecticut to pursue residency training. Over two decades later, he remains committed to the delivery of quality healthcare to the citizens of Hartford and the surrounding community. He is currently the Chief of Nephrology at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center and has been voted a “Connecticut Top Doctor” in his specialty by Connecticut Magazine in 2015 and 2016.
Since 2008, he has been energized and inspired by the numerous young men and women who have gone on to contribute to their community as a result of the CFM Foundation’s efforts and the numerous selfless contributions of volunteers and donors alike.
Michael makes his home in West Hartford with his wife, two children and his energetic miniature schnauzer.
After college Mike returned home to West Hartford, CT and co-developed Component Concepts which designs electrical components utilized in the heavy transit, fire alarm, and the power supply industries. Then in 1995 he developed a commercial door and hardware division for Roth Supply. In 2000, he founded, and continues to operate today, BRD Builders, a commercial general contractor located in Hartford. Mike’s company works throughout the State of Connecticut on both public and private projects including office, retail, municipal, state, federal and multi-family housing.
Mike donates his time by serving as the President of the Hartford Police Athletic League, a board member of the South Park Inn Homeless Shelter and a youth hockey and football coach in West Hartford.
Mike resides in West Hartford with his wife, Heather and two boys, Ryan and Sean. He graduated Hall High School in 1988 where he played soccer and hockey. Mike then went on to graduate Lemoyne College in 1992 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Accounting.
Rob currently works for Symmetry Partners, LLC and Apella Capital, LLC in Glastonbury, CT. Since graduating from the University of Richmond in 2008, he has enjoyed a successful career at both firms where he serves multiple leadership roles including Director of Marketing and Director of Strategic Initiatives. He also earned his M.A. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the University of New Haven with aspirations of obtaining his Ph.D. After spending his early years living in Hartford, CT, Rob has always had an appreciation of the community with a desire to give back. After volunteering for the Football Fundamentals Camp for over 10 years, he recently joined the Foundation’s Board as one of the officers. He currently lives in West Hartford, CT.
Coach Harry Bellucci began his coaching career in 1979 as an assistant coach at Bulkeley High School in Hartford. In 2003, he was named the Head Football Coach at Hartford Public High School. In Harry’s 12 years as the Head Coach at HPHS the Owls have won seven CCC division titles and he has had over 45 of his football players move on to play college football including eight Division I scholarship athletes. He has also had three players on NFL rosters: Brian Sanford (Oakland Raiders); Elisha Joseph (Pittsburgh Steelers); and Elijah “Peanut” Joseph (Green Bay Packers). In addition to his 36 years of coaching, Harry has also been teaching in the city of Hartford for over 33 years.
Bellucci is a 1975 graduate of Bulkeley High School and has both a BS in Physical Education and master certificate in Guidance Counseling from Central Connecticut State University. Coach Bellucci currently resides in West Hartford with his wife of twenty-three years, Brenda and their 3 daughters Allison, Erin and Claire.
David J. Jorgensen
Dave's career in business began with The Hartford Financial Services Group, working out of their New York City office. He then moved on to become Vice President of the Sports & Entertainment Group at Lenox Advisors, a wealth management firm in midtown Manhattan. After spending 8 years working in New York City, Dave moved his practice to Hartford, CT, and formed the Jorgensen Group at Morgan Stanley where he is a managing partner. In 2015 and 2016, Dave was selected as a Five Star Wealth Manager by Connecticut Magazine.
Dave currently serves on the Investment Committee of the United Way of Northern Connecticut, has served on the City of Hartford Police Review Board, Planning and Zoning Commission, as Vice Chairman of the Hartford Redevelopment Agency and Chairman of the Hartford Police Athletic League. In 2012, he was appointed by Gov. Dan Malloy to the board of the Capital Region Development Authority, a State of Connecticut quasi-public agency charged with economic and housing development in the metro Hartford area. Dave grew up in Hartford, CT, and attended prep school at the Avon Old Farms School, in Avon, CT. He earned an athletic scholarship to the University of Florida, where he was a 3-year starter for the Gator football team and won an SEC Championship in 2000. He currently lives in Hartford, CT, with his wife and 3 children.
Brenda Mangini Bellucci
Brenda Mangini Bellucci is a founding member of the Carmine and Frank Mangini Foundation. She is a certified elementary teacher and remedial reading and remedial language arts teacher receiving degrees from the University of Connecticut and Central Connecticut State University. She works as a remedial reading teacher for the Hartford Public Schools and serves on the Leadership and Literacy team and the Boundless Library Leadership team. She also worked as a student teacher supervisor for the University of Hartford for several years.
Brenda resides in West Hartford with her family where she co-chairs the West Hartford Scholarship Fund and is an active member of the Hall High School PTO board.
Coach Graham Martin has been coaching for over 47 years during which he coached Eric Mangini as the head football coach at Bulkeley High School. He’s also been inducted into the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame on three separate occasions: Coach of the Year, Contribution to Football and Ralph Worth Memorial Award. In addition to coaching football, Graham has had a long career coaching indoor and outdoor track as well as being an educator in the Hartford public school system. Graham helped create and build the Foundation and sits on the Board. He also served as the Football Fundamentals Camp Director for 13 years.
He currently lives in Glastonbury, CT with his wife Jane and dog Cooper. He has three grown children and two granddaughters Hayden and Winifred. Graham likes to spend his free time at his beach house in Narragansett, RI.
Randy is the founder of Sabia Taiman, LLC, a commercial law firm located in Hartford. He has maintained his downtown practice for over thirty years representing financial institutions, large and small businesses, as well as the State of Connecticut Attorney General and the City of Hartford. He has been an active director of several non-profit entities during his career including The Tolland Fund which provides recreational opportunities for disabled persons. In addition, he has volunteered for Family Life Education providing support services for Hartford families, and St. Agnes Home which provides residential care and supportive services for pregnant and parenting adolescent mothers and their infants. Attorney Sabia has been a member of the CFM Board since its inception.
He received his A.B. in 1979 from Middlebury College and his J.D. with honors from the University of Connecticut School of Law in 1985. He resides in West Hartford with his wife and two sons.
Chuck is a Connecticut native who was born and raised in Hartford. He attended Bulkeley High School from 1985 - 1989 where he was a classmate, football teammate, and friend of Eric Mangini. Chuck is a part-time home improvement contractor as well as an HVAC Maintenance Supervisor at UCONN Health Center in Farmington, CT. He holds licenses in HVAC from accredited state trade school programs. In 2012, Chuck began serving as the Assistant Football Camp Director. Prior to this, he served as a loyal camp volunteer. Chuck currently lives in Hebron, CT, with his wife and two children. In addition, he volunteers with Boy Scout Troop 28 as a Scout Leader.