Hal Berger is an operations assistant on the Managed Organizations team. His primary task is to provide support for the boards of directors of Arabella’s managed nonprofits, such as the New Venture Fund and the Sixteen Thirty Fund. Hal works closely with the boards and their support staff on everything from compliance to logistical planning. In addition to supporting the boards of directors, Hal assists with administrative responsibilities within Arabella, such as planning professional retreats and workshops.
Prior to joining Arabella, Hal worked for NCC Media in its political advertising department, where he drafted daily advertising spending reports for relevant agencies. He has also worked for the Georgia Conservancy, an environmental nonprofit in his home state. In that role, he worked in the business development department, as well as assisted with environmental advocacy efforts at the Georgia State Capitol. He also served as chief of staff for the 2018 International Model NATO conference, which is a personal passion.
Hal graduated summa cum laude from Kennesaw State University in 2017 with a BA in international affairs with a concentration in international relations and diplomacy. In his free time, he is an avid history buff who enjoys traveling to historical places, building and painting various projects, reading, boxing, and volunteering at a local animal rescue.