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Friday, June 14, 2024

NEW RELEASE: Princeton-Blairstown Center Announces New Assistant Director of Operations and Staff Development

Princeton, NJ – January 6, 2022 – The Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC) welcomes Maren Morsch as their new Assistant Director of Operations and Staff Development. 

Maren recently was promoted to the Assistant Director position after serving as the Communications and Special Events Manager since 2019. As Assistant Director of Operations and Staff Development, Maren will support the Director of Programs in all aspects of program coordination, staff training, implementation, and delivery at the Blairstown Campus. She will play a major role in the establishment, coordination, and implementation of a broad range of experiential, adventure-based, and environmental education programs at the Blairstown Campus as well as the occasional off-site expedition. Furthermore, she will be responsible for training and supervising staff as well as taking a proactive role in risk management and participant behavior management.

She is enthusiastic about the change and “happy to continue [her] professional journey with PBC in this new capacity, and excited to work on new challenges and opportunities with the Program Team.”

Her experience working with young people in the outdoors began during her five years with the National Park Service where she served as an interpretive ranger and volunteered for collateral public safety duties in first aid and firefighting, followed by five years with the NYC Department of Parks and Recreation.

She holds a BA from The College of New Jersey in Communications and Environmental Studies and received her MPA from NYU’s Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service in 2019.

About Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC)

Princeton-Blairstown Center serves young people, primarily from historically marginalized communities, by nurturing their social-emotional skills through experiential, environmental, and adventure-based programming. Developing these skills enables our participants to engage in self-discovery and transform their communities to create a more just world.

Thank you,

Jennifer Fisher
Communications and Special Events Manager