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Mary Claire Givelber joins Imagine Board of Trustees

Mary Claire Givelber

Mary Claire Givelber is currently a project manager at Ironwood Lane, LLC a local residential real estate management company.  Before taking a 14 year hiatus to raise her 3 children, Ms. Givelber was a healthcare consultant at Gold Health Strategies, a New York based healthcare firm specializing in managed care negotiations on behalf of physician groups and hospitals.

Ms. Givelber serves as a tutor for the Westfield Neighborhood Council and has been a volunteer at CASA of Union County.  Additionally, she has volunteered her time serving on her children’s PTO board, as a producer of the Washington School Show and with Habitat for Humanity.

Mary Claire earned a BS in Humanities from Johns Hopkins University and a Masters from the School of International and Public Affairs at Columbia University in New York.

Ms. Givelber has lived in Westfield since 2007 with her husband Josh and their three boys Jacob, Gabriel and Jonathan.  Mary Claire has watched friends and family struggle with loss and wished that she could offer them a source of support.  “So often those around us don’t know what to say or do when someone has died, making an already difficult situation more so for those families.  In Imagine I see a special community to help them heal.  I look forward to being part of that community.”

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