Who We Are and What We Do
As a workforce development organization, AGR Foundation assists the disabled, veterans and those who are considered difficult to employ to develop marketable skills that lead to job acquisition and retention.
In addition, AGR provides instructional curriculum and training courses for employees of e-waste management and disposal firms as well as organizations and agencies with workforce and life skill development needs.
AGR Foundation provides training in the following functions: Customer Service, Sorting, Inventory, Material Handling, Dismantling, Asset Management and Reuse, Resale of refurbished Electronic Waste.
The AGR Foundation is a not for profit 501-(c) 3 foundation.
Board of Directors
President and Co-Founder All Green Recycling Inc.
Mr. Jegou was previously CEO of AERC, Inc. an Environmental Services Company with 15 facilities and 200 employees throughout the USA. He was responsible for the company's growth from 10 million to 21 million dollars in 2.5 years and opened 5 E-waste facilities. During his tenure, the company was ranked 62nd in Waste Age 100 Largest Solid Waste & Recycling Companies.
Peter was the President of the Woman's Resource Center, providing shelter, counseling and interim living for families of domestic violence. Peter also served on the Board of Somerset County Mental Health and the board of Green Vision. Green Vision Inc. gives students and adults with developmental disabilities the opportunity to learn and work in real life job situations.
Peter and his wife Carol have been avid supporters of the 200 Clubs. The non-profit goal is to provide financial assistance to families of law enforcement who are killed or disabled in the line of duty. The organizations awards thousands of dollars each year in scholarships.
Peter has also been a trustee of The First United Methodist Church.
Executive Director of All Green Recycling Inc.
Ms. Jegou was personally responsible for securing first round funding for the Company. She has over 30 years of Sales, Management and Marketing experience including assembling and managing a 150 member National Sales Organization for a publicly held company. After her tenure she Started CKJ Associates Inc. and built the business from ground floor to over 1 million in sales annually.
Carol is currently a member of the Friends of the Shelter, a fund raising non-profit for the Women's Shelter. She has volunteered at New York City Cancer Care and developed a program for Women going through Chemotherapy. Carol was also chosen to be on the leadership council for the NJ Cancer Institute.
She volunteers for the local church supported food bank and Soup Kitchen. Carol also annually holds a Coat Drive for St. Ann's Soup Kitchen in Newark, where she collects 500+coats annually.
She has also contributed both time and donations to Dress for Success and Newark Museum.
David Levin is a social entrepreneur dedicated to leveraging innovative, market-based solutions to address social and environmental challenges. Current focus areas include reducing e-waste while using environmentally sustainable methods to conserve precious metals, addressing early childhood development by improving access to knowledge, and advancing patient-focused healthcare. He currently serves as Vice President at All Green Recycling Inc. Previously, David was V.P. of Partnerships for Canvas Medical, Inc.; Director of Strategic Partnerships for a local organization addressing the root causes of the digital divide while working to eliminate e-waste; and a founding member of Silicon Valley technology leader, Nor1, Inc., where he served in multiple leadership, marketing and training roles over 10 years, including VP of Strategic Partnerships, overseeing relationships and development efforts with leading global hotel brands.
Prior to these entrepreneurial roles, he spent 8 years as an operations executive with IBM Global Services.
David earned an MBA in Information Technology Management from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, and a B.S. in Business Management and Marketing, with a minor in Psychology, from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.
David is an active community volunteer and has served on the boards of multiple non-profit organizations, including The AGR Foundation.
Mr. Willcox has over 40 years business experience. He graduated from UVA as a Mechanical Engineer and was certified by John's Manville in Industrial Engineering in 1975. Chris was an Original Equipment Engineer for Michelin Tire. In 1986 he started, owned and operated quick lube, repair, and transmission franchises and independent retail shops.
Starting in the 90's, Chris drove in Skip Barber's National Master's Series in the Formula RT2000, winning over 50 races and ten amateur national titles, and still holds track record's as do his former competitors. He also was an instructor for Skip Barber and now instructs for the Tire Rack's "Street Survival" teen driver training program through the SCCA and PCA.
Since 2003, Mr. Willcox has been an owner of a patented gold claim in Oregon. Chris' experience in the gold business, coupled with his mechanical engineering background, business experience, and hands on ability will prove to be of value as All Green Recycling continues to grow in its North Carolina Operation.
Chris, who owns a 2nd home in North Carolina, will oversee the AGR-Precious Metals Processing and Recovery Operation and the assembly of AGR's initial processing system.
Holds a Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting from Seton Hall University. She has an MBA in Finance from St Johns University. Susan is an accomplished Real Estate professional in both residential and commercial properties. She and her husband Kurt are ardent supporters of Elijah's Promise, a non-profit foundation to train individuals for the workplace in the food industry. Elijah’s Promise harnesses the power of food to break the cycle of poverty, alleviate hunger, and change lives. They train unemployed, disabled and veterans to find a skill.
Susan is a Patron on Newark Museum and donates to local charities and veteran's organizations and a licensed pilot and a member of the 99's, International Organization of Women Pilots since 1993.
Specializes in the structuring and financing of airport, airport access and other transportation related projects. In 1997, Ms. Frasca formed Frasca & Associates, LLC to provide advisory and strategic consulting services for airports and airport tenants, including airlines and concessionaires. She spent the previous 20 years of her career on Wall Street, initially at Dillon, Read & Co. Inc., on the municipal bond trading desk as a dollar bond trader, and then at Merrill Lynch & Co., where she spent 15 years in the Public Finance Division, ultimately heading the Airports and Transportation Group.
Ms. Frasca philanthropic endeavors include The New York Historical Society and the Women's Campaign Fund. She has experience in the various New York Art groups.
A North Carolina native, has worked with The Agency Marketing Group since its founding in 2011. During her time at The Agency she has worked with Mecklenburg County and the City of Charlotte to expand the city and county's recycling outreach campaigns. She donates her time and talent including assisting with their newsletter for Florence Crittenton Services is one of the largest non-profits for at-risk and pregnant adolescents and women in North Carolina.
Mary Mac also brings 5 years of experience in the metal and electronics recycling industry to the AGR Foundation. Mary Mac brings her experience and enthusiasm within the community into all of her engagements.
Is the founder and President of SS&B Advertising Inc. For over 50 years SS&B has been an award winning full service health care advertising agency. Their clients include Kings Pharmaceutical, Watson, Pfizer and Health Trust.
John and his wife Gail are longtime supporters of the Woman's Resource Center and Discovery Orchestra.