The membership of St. George’s Golf and Country Club in East Setauket has elected Joe Campolo of Stony Brook to its Board of Governors, where he will use his legal and business sense to help steer the Club through the twin challenges of the pandemic and a difficult economy.

With roles on the Long Range Planning and Membership Committees, Campolo is focused on creating a roadmap for the Club’s future. Recognizing that fostering and developing new business relationships is critical for the Long Island economy in 2020 and beyond, Joe will immediately get to work to enhance the member experience and attract the next generation of club members.

Campolo is Managing Partner of Campolo, Middleton & McCormick, LLP, a premier law firm recently recognized by Forbes as a Top Corporate Law Firm in America. In addition to running his own business and advising the who’s-who of Long Island about theirs, Campolo has kept an unyielding focus on growing the Long Island economy and investing in the community. His insight and no-fear attitude have led to some of the most significant economic initiatives on Long Island today, including the renaming, reinvestment, and rezoning of the Long Island Innovation Park at Hauppauge, the anchor of Long Island’s economy. A Marine Corps veteran, Campolo also serves on the Board of Directors of America’s VetDogs and the Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind.

St. George’s was established in 1915 and has repeatedly earned a coveted spot on Golfweek’s Top 100 Classic Courses in America.