June 23–26, 2016

Peter Mancuso, North Bellmore, New York, USA


Peter joined Kiwanis in 1987. He was a distinguished president, lieutenant governor and governor, and served as Kiwanis International Foundation president and district foundation director. Educated at MIT and Cornell, he is employed as an assistant district attorney. Peter and his wife Karen have two adult children, Stephen and Cathy.

Why did you decide to run for office? 

My personal and professional lives have been largely devoted to helping others, especially those in need. In Kiwanis, I found the perfect organization for this, full of wonderful like-minded people. Serving as Kiwanis International trustee would offer an incredible opportunity to make a positive difference in so many people’s lives.

What qualifies you to become an officer of Kiwanis International? 

• I have extensive experience in matters of Kiwanis International governance.
• A proven record of success at every level of our organization.
• An understanding that everything of value in Kiwanis happens at the club level.
• A vision for our future. 
• The energy and enthusiasm to go the distance for Kiwanis. 

How will you leave your mark on Kiwanis? 

By providing leadership on the Kiwanis International Board to grow our membership, organize new clubs, support our service leadership programs, implement our strategic plan, partner with complementary service organizations, develop new sources of revenue for our organization and increase our charitable endowments at the club, district and Kiwanis International level.

Connect with Peter on Facebook and LinkedIn.
Consult his campaign website and his campaign Facebook page.
Contact his campaign manager, Jim Mancuso, at james.n.mancuso@gmail.com.