PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Hillcrest Educational Centers has named Katrina Slosek as director of communications.
Katrina Slosek will collaborate with the members of the senior management team and other key personnel to develop a comprehensive brand strategy and communications plan for the agency/foundation.
“HEC is pleased to bring Katrina on to direct and implement a communication strategy to continue to propel HEC forward. Katrina brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position and we are excited to have her join our team," said Jerry Burke, president and CEO.
Slosek is a recent graduate of the Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts’ Professional MBA Program, and member of the Class of 2014 Berkshire Chamber of Commerce Leadership Program. She comes to HEC from a seven-year tenure at Dominion Dealer Solutions, a technology services provider in the automotive industry, with a background in event planning and marketing communications.
A top Berkshire County employer Hillcrest Educational Centers is a private not-for-profit organization, providing therapeutic treatment and special education to children and adolescents with unique psychological and learning needs, in Berkshire County, Massachusetts and the Northeast. Campuses include a day student academy and three residential schools. They are also a resource for a broad range of psychological services, counseling and evaluations for individuals, families and schools in Berkshire County through Hillcrest Community Support Services. Hillcrest also operates Hillcrest Dental Care, Inc., a complete general family dentistry practice. Hillcrest Dental Care is the largest provider in Western Massachusetts of oral healthcare services to MassHealth recipients and special needs patients. In 2010, Hillcrest formalized an affiliation with Berkshire County Kids’ Place and Violence Prevention Center, Inc., a fully accredited Children’s Advocacy Center for child abuse victims and their non-offending family members. Visit our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/hillcresteducationalcenters.
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