CDL’s Patrick Mangan joins the Boys & Girls Club of Martin County Board of Directors

Patrick Mangan.

Patrick Mangan joined the Corporate Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Club of Martin County. A Senior Tax Manager at CDL, Patrick will support the organizations mission to enable all young people to reach their full potential as productive, caring and responsible citizens, and will provide leadership and strategic governance as a member of the Corporate Board.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Martin County is well positioned to support and prepare young people for success and excels at reaching youth most in need with Clubs conveniently located in Hobe Sound, Indiantown, Palm City, Port Salerno Stuart and Jensen Beach. In addition, Patrick will join the other 30 directors to guide the Club’s 27-year legacy of providing affordable, award-winning youth development programs for more than 3,000 children annually.

“Boys & Girls Clubs was founded on a simple yet compelling vision of concern for children and the belief in the potential of all young people. Patrick shares the same vision and passion for helping to transform the lives of children by ensuring they are safe, educated and guided toward happy and productive lives, and it’s an honor and privilege to welcome Patrick to our Corporate Board of Directors.”

Patrick has been with CDL since 2016. He specializes in income and estate tax planning, compliance for high net worth individuals and families, and gift and generation skipping transfer tax issues. Patrick is also one of four CPAs from CDL who work out the West Palm Beach and Stuart offices.

A graduate of Florida State University, with a master’s degree in accounting, Patrick resides in Jupiter. He is married and is the father of two children, with one on the way.