Albert B. Kelly has been President/CEO of Gateway for more than 30 years. Under his guidance, Gateway has grown to become one of the largest community action programs in New Jersey with an annual budget over $55 million. The agency serves more than 50,000 low-to-moderate income people through 50 programs at sites in Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem counties in southern New Jersey, as well as in Atlantic, Cape May, Camden, Mercer and Philadelphia.
He is currently serving his second term as Mayor of the City of Bridgeton.
Mr. Kelly has volunteered for and been appointed to various community boards including:
Cumberland County College’s Board of Trustees
Cumberland County Selective Board
Advisory Board Member of Hudson United Bank (Cumberland & Salem)
New Jersey Community Action Association member
Chairman of the Cumberland County Improvement Authority
Workforce Investment Board member
Cumberland County Empowerment Zone member
President of the Cumberland County Black Hall of Fame
Leadership of Cumberland County Board of Directors
Cumberland County United Way Board of Directors
Boys Scouts of America Southern New Jersey Council Inc. member
The Bridgeton native is a graduate of Trenton State College. After graduating, he worked in the state and municipal court system. He has received recognition, honors and awards at local, state and national levels, for his outstanding dedication to community service.