Carly Bruski, LSW
Program Officer, Holocaust Survivor Support & Older Adults
Carly Bruski, LSW, has been at JFCS since 2015. She oversees the Holocaust Survivor Support Program, the Older Adults Department, and JFCS’ person-centered trauma-informed care initiative. Carly has been working in the non-profit arena for 15 years, with a focus on serving immigrant and refugee survivors of trauma. Carly’s areas of expertise include reproductive rights, intimate partner violence, sexual assault, human trafficking, and a variety of culturally-sensitive services geared toward underserved international communities. She currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Montgomery County Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition. Carly holds Bachelor’s degrees in Journalism and Women’s Studies from The Pennsylvania State University, and in 2014, Carly received her Master’s degree in social work from Temple University.