As the Vice President of Talent Acquisition for Hillel International, Carrie (she/her) and her team are responsible for the strategy, recruitment, hiring, best practices, and onboarding of Hillel professionals. She’s actively working on anti-racism acquisition work, specifically engaging BIPOC in the talent pipeline. She has spent her 20+ year career, developing talent, supervising staff, and building community. Carrie began her career at the 92nd Street Y as the Teen and Camp Director which led to roles in executive leadership at JCCs in Florida & New Jersey, and at Columbia/Barnard Hillel. She is a graduate of the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and has an MSW from Yeshiva University’s Wurzweiler School of Social Work. A licensed social worker, Carrie is a board member of JPro, the JCC of Central NJ and she serves as a Standards Visitor for the American Camp Association. She lives in the Greater MetroWest Area of New Jersey with her husband Adam and their kids, Gabrielle & Jacob.
Why I Serve on the JPro Board:
We spend more of our waking hours working than doing anything else. So, shouldn’t we spend that time on something that we LOVE, that fulfills us, and nurtures us back – being a Jewish professional has done that for me! Serving on the JPro board give me an opportunity to ensure that wherever you work Jewishly, at whatever career stage you’re in – you feel nurtured, fulfilled, and are doing something you LOVE.