Greg has been part of the URJ Camps and NFTY family for more than 20 years. Most recently, Greg served as the Senior Assistant Director of the URJ Crane Lake Camp and as the Assistant Director of the URJ Eisner Camp. Greg spent the summer of 2007 at Wilshire Boulevard Temple Camps in Malibu, California overseeing the music program and five years as the Youth Advisor for Temple Sinai in Washington, D.C. Greg is currently pursuing his MPA in non-profit management from CUNY Baruch College in Manhattan. He is an alumnus of the Yitro Leadership Program, a professional development program for assistant camp directors through the Foundation for Jewish Camp.
Prior to his time at camp, Greg worked as a Staff Assistant and as the Manager of Finance and Administration for the Digital Media Association (DiMA), a DC-based trade group dedicated to promoting awareness of new digital music and video technologies. While in Washington, Greg also served as a soundboard engineer for the NHL and MLB on XM Satellite Radio. Most notably, his passion for Judaism, technology and music met when he produced XM’s “Radio Hanukkah,” the first national radio station dedicated to Jewish music.
Greg enjoys playing the guitar, loves cooking outdoors and being in front of the grill. As an avid skier, Greg travels the world, looking for snow adventures! He is excited for and looking forward to the incredible opportunities that await at 6 Points Sci-Tech.
Robbie Berg – Assistant Director
Robbie Berg is thrilled to combine his passions for Jewish camp and science as the Assistant Director of the URJ 6 Points Sci-Tech Academy. Robbie grew up at URJ Camp Coleman in Cleveland, GA, where he was a camper, Machon (counselor-in-training), counselor, programmer/educator, and unit head. He is an alumnus of the URJ’s Olim Fellowship and the Foundation for Jewish Camp’s Cornerstone program, where he honed his skills in informal Jewish education and learned best practices from camp experts across North America.
Robbie graduated summa cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in biochemistry, where he worked in a genetics research lab. He also chaired the Reform Jewish Community at Penn Hillel and led Shabbat services.
In his free time, Robbie is likely to be found playing the piano, working on a musical theater production, watching Survivor, or learning a new language. He can’t wait for the first campers of 6 Points Sci-Tech to fall in love with Judaism, science and technology.
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