JF&CS is excited to welcome Carrie Berger as the new JF&CS North Shore engagement manager. With a background in both the for-profit and not-for-profit sectors, this role is a great fit for Berger, who is thrilled to be part of the team at JF&CS. Carrie will focus on continuing to bring meaningful programs to the North Shore and on building partnerships, with a goal of recruiting volunteers and clients to participate in the variety of programs provided by JF&CS.

As the founder and president of CB Coaching and Consulting, LLC, Carrie works with individuals and small businesses focusing on career coaching, marketing, business development, special events, advertising and client relations. Carrie received her B.S. in sport management from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and her M.Ed. in organizational management from Endicott College. Berger has strong roots on the North Shore, having grown up in Peabody, and currently resides in Marblehead with her husband and two children, who both attend the Arthur J. Epstein Hillel School.

Prior to founding CB Coaching and Consulting, and after working for sport marketing/advertising firms, Carrie spent 10 years working at the Jewish Community Center of the North Shore (JCCNS) in a variety of roles, including youth and camp director, Maccabi Games delegation head and human resources and special projects director. Following her time with the JCCNS, she worked for two years as the marketing and admissions director at the Epstein Hillel School. Berger also serves as a faculty member at Endicott College and Salem State University. In addition to her professional responsibilities, Carrie has continually been an active volunteer in the community, having served on the Board of Directors at the Jewish Community Center of the North Shore and currently serving on the marketing committee at the Epstein Hillel School and the voluntary dues committee at Congregation Shirat Hayam.

For more information on how to get involved with JF&CS on the North Shore, please email Carrie Berger at cberger@jfcsboston.org.

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