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Auburn Valley YMCA names Berry executive director

Jason Berry previously worked in the greater Bay Area, holding leadership positions with the Palo Alto Family YMCA and Hilltop YMCA in Richmond, Calif. - Courtesy
Jason Berry previously worked in the greater Bay Area, holding leadership positions with the Palo Alto Family YMCA and Hilltop YMCA in Richmond, Calif.
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The YMCA of Greater Seattle has named Jason Berry executive director for the Auburn Valley YMCA. Berry will direct and oversee all branch operations and community relations.

Berry previously held leadership positions with the Palo Alto Family YMCA and Hilltop YMCA in Richmond, Calif., overseeing a broad range of operational activity including revitalizing member services, supervising major fundraising and renovation activities and establishing new events and community partnerships.

Originally from Washington state, Berry and his family are enthusiastic about returning to the Northwest and expanding the reach and impact of the Auburn Valley YMCA’s family-focused programs and events. He is a graduate of Whitman College in Walla Walla and holds a masters in kinesiology from San Jose State University.

The Auburn Valley YMCA is located at 1620 Perimeter Road SW in Auburn, and draws members from Kent, Pacific, Enumclaw and other surrounding communities. For more information, visit www.seattleymca.org/auburnvalley.

About the YMCA of Greater Seattle

The YMCA of Greater Seattle is a charitable, non-profit organization serving King and south Snohomish counties since 1876. Reaching more than 171,500 people annually through 12 branches, two overnight camps and more than 200 program sites, the YMCA provides a wide range of programs and services in child care, youth development, education, foster care, family support, fitness and outdoor experiences. More information may be found at seattleymca.org.

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