Newark, NJ - David Barnett, Gregg Alwine and Corsis were honored by the All Stars Project of New Jersey on the occasion of its annual benefit dinner today at the Robert Treat Hotel in Newark. For over 10 years the pair has supported the All Stars Project by helping raise contributions, underwriting organization’s website and volunteering countless hours.
Both Mr. Barnett and Mr. Alwine have been instrumental in founding the All Star’s Tech Track, an afterschool initiative that brings young people from New Jersey’s inner-city communities in contact with successful tech professionals. “Tech Track has been very successful in reaching young people who often do not have exposure to leaders in the technology industry,” said Mr. Barnett who has served as a board member since 2014 and special advisor to the All Stars Project. “I am proud that the whole team here at Corsis is helping to lead the way in creating a brighter future for every young person in New Jersey,” he went on to say.
“It is very meaningful to honor board leader David Barnett, his partner Gregg Alwine and the entire Corsis team for their many contributions to the All Stars over the last ten years. It is only through direct partnership and collaboration that we can move forward as a country, and our whole team has been inspired by working with David, Gregg and the team at Corsis to transform the lives of inner-city youth, their families and communities,” said Christopher Street, All Stars Project Chief Operating Officer.