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Joseph R. Baker Named Vice President of Berkshire Taconic

By Darryl Gangloff / August 9, 2019 / News & Announcements
Joseph R. Baker Named Vice President of Berkshire Taconic

We are pleased to welcome Joseph R. Baker as our new vice president of finance and administration. He will oversee finances, investments, human resources and operations for Berkshire Taconic.

Joe previously served in leadership roles at other community foundations for 13 years, most recently as vice president of finance and chief financial officer at Fairfield County's Community Foundation. Before that, he was director of finance and administration at the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain. He brings to BTCF a background in nonprofit finance and development, as the former head of a United Way and a nonprofit service organization. He also developed Danbury Children First, a parent-led community initiative.

Joe earned his MBA from the Yale School of Management and a Bachelor of Arts in economics and Spanish from Colby College. He lives in Sheffield with his family.

Reach Joe by email or call 413.229.0370 x112.

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