Thomas C. Brasuell
New York, New York
Major League Baseball Executive
At the Harriman Clubhouse of the Boys Club of New York, Tom was an active member and a peer counselor to other Club youth. After college, Brasuell went into public service, becoming chief of staff to legendary New York City councilwoman Miriam Friedlander. Brasuell joined Major League Baseball in 1994 as a program manager for MLB’s Reviving Baseball in Inner Cities (RBI) leagues. His many initiatives for baseball in the community led to the formation of MLB’s Community Affairs office. As Vice President, Community Affairs, Brasuell was instrumental in MLB’s 1997 decision to designate Boys & Girls Clubs of America as the official charity of Major League Baseball.