It’s time to celebrate! Two Borgata team members have been named by Atlantic City Weekly as “Top 40 Under 40” honorees. The regional award focuses on shining a spotlight on professionals, philanthropists, entrepreneurs, and community leaders in Cape May and Atlantic counties who go above and beyond the call of duty within their jobs, families and communities. Congratulations to our Borgata team members who truly are exemplary examples of being excellent leaders in the region.
Brian Brennan – Senior Public Relations Manager
Brian Brennan, 37, is the Senior Public Relations Manager for Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa. In his position, Brian helps lead Borgata’s external communications strategy, ensuring its position as Atlantic City’s market-leading resort. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Rider University in 2006 and has since assisted Borgata in a variety of initiatives – including the recent debut of sports wagering in New Jersey and the opening of Borgata’s $12 million sports bar and book, Moneyline. In his spare time, Brian serves as a peer mentor for Magee Rehabilitation (Jefferson Health) where he counsels individuals who have survived spinal cord injuries like himself. Mentoring more than 6 survivors with varying levels of SCI, Brian offers one-on-one support to patients and their families. A diehard Buffalo Bills and Sabres fan, Brian currently resides in Egg Harbor Township with his girlfriend, her son, and their two rescue cats.
Joanna McNally – Director of Guest Experience
Joanna McNally studied at East Stroudsburg University, where she earned a degree in Recreation and Leisure Services Management. After interning in Atlantic City, Joanna arrived at Borgata in 2006, where she took on a brand new role in a newly formed department with the goal of recovering customers in the event of service breakdowns. It is the ultimate customer service position, and Joanna’s co-workers say she is exceptional at it. A member of MGM’s Corporate Social Responsibility foundation, Joanna has volunteered with Covenant House and works with CASA as a children’s advocate for children in foster care. Additionally, she has used her vacations teaching English at an orphanage in Africa. When not at Borgata or volunteering, Joanna enjoys traveling abroad to explore different cultures and spending time with her dog, Flux Capacitor.