San Francisco, CA, September 21, 2009 – Business Capital (www.bizcap.com) announced today that the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA has elected Chuck Doyle to the Board of Directors of its Gridiron Leadership Council. Mr. Doyle is the Managing Director at Business Capital, a leading business/corporate restructuring firm, based in San Francisco and Connecticut. Mr. Doyle, himself an alumnus and starting full-back at Holy Cross, is well-equipped to join a board that represents nearly 60 generations of high profile graduates from the Crusader football program.
In recent years, the program has made huge strides on and off the field and established itself as one of the top in the Patriot League under the leadership of head coach, Tom Gilmore. They were ranked 13th best team in the nation by Phil Steele’s 2009 College Football Preview
The Holy Cross Gridiron Club Leadership Council was established to continue this momentum and increase the level of organization, awareness and support for the Crusader football program. The Council will look to make an impact via a number of initiatives, including mentoring student-athletes; hosting and promoting networking events and cultivating support for the football program as well as the overall culture of Crusader Athletics.
“It is a privilege and honor to serve on the board of an organization whose mission is to help the football program evolve. The lessons and values I learned playing football and attending Holy Cross are ingrained into my daily life and it is a pleasure to give back to a program that did so much for me as well as thousands of successful student athletes,” said Doyle. “We can really make a difference.”
Mr. Doyle brings a wealth of business experience, relationships, as well as current expertise from Business Capital, a firm which provides struggling businesses with individualized restructuring and financing programs to help them move forward on stronger footing. With this background, he will be able to provide valuable insight and perspective to the Council.
“Ultimately, the Council will look to promote the growth in relationships amongst a wide base of alumni and friends,” according to Council Head, Larry Doyle. “In doing so, we will make a profound impact for everybody involved with Holy Cross Football both on and off campus. Plus, we will have a lot of fun in the process.”