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The GCPS Names Businessman Aaron Lupuloff As New Senior Executive Director March 7, 2019


The Gwinnett County Public Schools Foundation (GCPS) of Gwinnett County, Georgia recently named Norcross businessman Aaron Lupuloff as their new senior executive director.

Lupuloff brings over twenty years of experience in the financial sector to the foundation. He graduated from the University of Alabama from 1982 with a degree in Business Administration. Through working in the financial sector, he has held previous positions as a senior managing director for Bear Stearns/JP Morgan, a managing director with Raymond James and most recently he has worked as a managing director for Fifth Third Bank Securities.

Aside from his finance sector work, he has served on the board of the Norcross foundation and was an active member of the local booster club.

Aaron Lupuloff and his wife Jan are also members of other boards, including the University of Georgia Student Affairs Advisory Board and UGA’s Disability Resource Center for Students where they help endow three different scholarships for students.

The couple are supporters of other nonprofit and charitable organizations such as Partners Against Domestic Violence, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation and Camp Twin Lakes. Jan Lupuloff is the current chairperson for Meals on Wheels in Norcross, Duluth and Lilburn. They have four children together. See This Page for more information.

The GCPS is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to providing financial aid that can help enhance education in Gwinnett County Public Schools. The GCPS is governed by a board of trustees that oversee the foundation. The Foundation are active in the Gwinnett County community and acts as representatives of the county.

The GCPS provides many opportunities for students and educators to earn scholarships and grants.

For the last twenty years the GCPS has hosted the Georgia United High School Scholarship Competition, where over 27,500 in scholarship money is award to Four different students ranging from $10,000 at the highest to $5,000 by the Georgia United Credit Union. The foundation also offers four different grants for teachers and over 30 scholarships for students.


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