Human Resources (HR) provides proactive and innovative guidance and support to all academic and administrative areas throughout the college with regard to all facets of human resources management for all locations of Berklee, including the Boston campus, Berklee Online, Boston Conservatory at Berklee, BerkleeNYC, and Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain. Under the leadership of the vice president of HR, the HR team is collectively responsible for human resources planning and effectiveness, including organizational design and development, talent management, employee relations, employment law compliance, benefits and compensation analysis, rewards and recognition, and HR information systems, all in support of the college's mission, values, and strategic plan.
We are passionate about supporting the Berklee community in achieving our mission to educate, train, and develop students to excel in music and the performing arts as a career. We focus our efforts on the college's most valuable asset: our faculty and staff. We are committed to the recruitment, advancement, and retention of a diverse and exceptional faculty and staff. We are committed to sustaining Berklee as a great place to learn, teach, and work through our services, policies, practices, consultations, and initiatives. We strive to create a work environment that fosters creativity, diversity, collaboration, and innovation. We are continuously seeking ways to improve and enhance our services, and we value feedback as we strive for excellence in our work.
Your HR Staff
A chart of the Human Resources organizational structure can be viewed here.
Vice President of Human Resources
firstname.lastname@example.org, extension 2305
Eileen Alviti serves as a strategic partner by providing proactive and innovative guidance and support to all academic and administrative units throughout the college regarding all facets of human resources management. She is responsible for human resources planning, effectiveness, and leadership, including organizational design and development, talent management, and employee relations; employment law compliance; benefits and compensation analysis; rewards and recognition; and HR information systems, all in support of the college’s mission, values, and strategic plan. She's responsible for all aspects of human resources for all locations of Berklee including the Boston campus, Berklee Online, Boston Conservatory at Berklee, and Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain.
Executive Assistant/Project Manager
email@example.com, extension 6167
Nancy Ingram provides comprehensive executive support to the vice president of HR and serves as the primary point of contact for several departmental projects and initiatives sponsored by the HR Department. She acts as the primary point of contact for the vice president of HR with internal and external community members, including members of leadership, faculty, and staff. She supports our Leadership Development Program and professional development programs, and assists with coordinating HR communications to the community via the HR portal page.
Human Resources Generalist
firstname.lastname@example.org, extension 6871
Greg Barry works closely with the HR partners and compensation and benefits team to provide services in the areas of recruiting, employee relations, organizational development, performance management, compensation and benefits, immigration, and policy interpretation.
Senior Director of Employee Relations and Staffing
email@example.com, extension 3076
Jen Burke is responsible for leading human resources business partners and the HR generalist and recruiter in establishing strong collaborative relationships, and managing and delivering high-quality strategic HR consultation and services to leaders and staff in the areas of employee relations, leadership development, staffing, performance management, retention, and engagement. She is also responsible for HR policy development and interpretation.
Senior Human Resources Partner
firstname.lastname@example.org, extension 3157
Michael Burton provides strategic HR counsel and program delivery across the organization and at all levels in the areas of employee relations, leadership development and coaching, organizational development and effectiveness, compensation/performance management, talent acquisition, and talent management. He also oversees Berklee’s staff compensation pay programs; conducts market studies; and works with departments in writing job descriptions and conducting analysis.
Senior Human Resources Partner
email@example.com, extension 6742
Vidra Harris provides strategic HR counsel and program delivery across the organization and at all levels in the areas of employee relations, leadership development and coaching, organizational development and effectiveness, compensation/performance management, talent acquisition, and talent management.
Senior Human Resources Partner
firstname.lastname@example.org, extension 8255
Jamie D'Entremont provides strategic HR counsel and program delivery across the organization and at all levels in the areas of employee relations, leadership development and coaching, organizational development and effectiveness, compensation/performance management, talent acquisition, and talent management.
Director, Human Resources Information Systems (HRIS)
email@example.com, extension 2213
Mark Martino provides leadership on all HRIS activities. He drives HRIS strategies that align with college initiatives and HR information requirements. He prioritizes and manages a portfolio of HRIS projects in support of these strategies, and manages and participates in projects having broad and deep college-wide impact. Mark serves as the leading technology and data resource for the units within the HR Department, providing training and resources, and promoting the strategic use of office technology. He oversees maintenance of the HRIS by ensuring adherence to company policies and procedures, timely processing of personnel information, appropriate audit procedures, compliance with state and federal laws, and confidentiality of records. He serves as the liaison with the Technology Resources Division on matters relating to HRIS, HR projects, and project portfolio management. He develops workforce analytics and spearheads efforts to improve HR processes within the department and in collaboration with other areas.
HRIS Analyst II
firstname.lastname@example.org, extension 2580
George Ducharme manages HR transactional data for staff and faculty, including new-hire information, name changes, and other employee updates. He also provides functional and technical support to HR staff and counterparts around the college, and makes recommendations on best practices with facilitating personnel changes in the system.
Manager of Employee Benefits Administration
email@example.com, extension 2461
Judy Heaton is responsible for the administration of benefits programs. She oversees the delivery of services by outside vendors and counsels faculty and staff on insurance and other benefits.
firstname.lastname@example.org, extension 8121
Neraki Jordan provides staff and faculty support for the administration of Berklee’s employee benefits and other related responsibilities including, but not limited to, data management, execution/improvement of administrative processes, and updates to the HR benefits website.
Talent Management Advisor
email@example.com, extenson 6313
Collette Jackson develops innovative strategies to source, evaluate, and create a pipeline of diverse talent for Berklee. This includes building relationships with diversity organizations, educational institutions, professional associations, and community agencies, as well as leveraging innovative sourcing technologies. She collaborates with academic leadership and provides consulting services to the college community.
Human Resources Coordinator
firstname.lastname@example.org, extenson 6753
Kayleigh Thomas is responsible for front-line coordination between faculty and staff, HR staff, and various external systems. She communicates with hiring managers, recruiters, and candidates to recruit, monitor, and onboard new employees, including the organization of new hire orientation and new hire paperwork. She hires, trains, supervises, and coaches work-study students in the HR Department. She assists with data entry of new employee information, performance reviews, and updated employee files, and she maintains the HR Operations email account.