Rita Mack joined the board of The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Foundation, which focuses on providing Stockton students with scholarships and financial aid.
She is a member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the New Jersey Society of Certified Public Accountants. Claire volunteers her time for several Atlantic County non-profit organizations.
Rita Mack describes herself as an active and passionate volunteer in the McDonald’s System and her community. Rita served as Chair & CEO of theNational Black McDonald’s Operators Association (NBMOA), and she is only the second female elected to lead this 40-year-old organization.
Members of the NBMOA own over 1,400 restaurants throughout the United States with annual sales collectively exceeding $ 3.4 billion. In addition, Rita and nine other female owner/operators launched the McDonald’s Women Operator Network (WON), which now has a membership of more than 500.
Rita is a lifetime NAACP member and very involved in her community. She and her husband pledged $10,000 recently to help the Atlantic City Boys and Girls Club remain open. She said her philosophy has been to make a difference by “doing good.”
For over 16 years, Rita served as a commissioner of the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority (ACC&VA) board of directors. She has also served as a member of the Board of Trustees for the Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey. Currently, Rita is a member of the Board of Trustees for AtlantiCare Health System.
A native of Nashville, Tennessee, Rita holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics from Tennessee State University.