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We’re thrilled to have you join us - and hundreds of others from our vibrant camp community - for CampMinder Camp 9 in January. To help you get the most out of our time spent together, let’s get started by helping you plan your schedule.

Once you’ve registered and created your Sched profile, click the ‘Schedule’ link for the complete schedule. To register for a session, click the radio button to the left of the session name that you’d like to register for and you’ll be added to the list of attendees. Once you’ve selected all your sessions, navigate over your profile picture and click ‘My Sched’ to see your personalized schedule. Feel free to share with your friends or print it out to take with you!

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Rob Goldstein

JCC of Greater Baltimore
Board Member

Robert Goldstein, CPA, consults with investor-owned and closely held emerging growth companies and large not-for-profit organizations.   With a focus on building sustainable value, he has worked collaboratively with owners and senior management to develop and implement strategic solutions, as well as explore succession alternatives.  

Robert is a board member of the JCC of Greater Baltimore.  He serves on the camp, inclusion & abilities, finance, and cultural arts committees, and is now co-chair of the newly created Membership Task Force.  He frequently collaborates with directors and staff to ensure that they actively support the JCC’s mission to create meaningful experiences and opportunities to enrich, connect and celebrate a vibrant Jewish community.

He has also served as the CFO for a family-owned and operated multi-state scrap metal recycler.  He is charged with providing financial and operational support for several of its startup locations and collaborates with the owners to implement best practices and procedures throughout the company.  

Robert’s career includes a combined nine years as a senior financial analyst for PHH Corporation and Coca-Cola Enterprises.  A graduate of Drexel University, he began his career with KPMG in Philadelphia, where he provided auditing and consulting services to clients in the manufacturing, distribution and retail sectors.

Robert loves to sing, mostly in his car, but has found that he actually likes performing in front of audiences, winning a couple of Karaoke competitions.  He enjoys skiing, tennis, basketball and pretty much any other activity that he can do with his children in the great outdoors.