Carole Salinger, senior Grants Management coordinator, joined the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in 2012, bringing extensive experience in administrative support in academic, hospitality, and corporate environments. In her present role, she manages day-to-day grantmaking operations for the Foundation’s work toward transforming health and healthcare systems, which grants approximately $77 million per year. She also supports the grantmaking process by leading the call and request for proposals process Foundation-wide, as well as troubleshooting the application and review system used at RWJF.
Previously, Carole’s varied career included teaching high school in Freehold, N.J.; being a director and teacher in a private, adult business school; acting as an event planner at various golf country clubs in central Jersey; and a member of various sales teams at Merck and Pfizer pharmaceutical companies.
Carole earned her BS from Rider University in education and resides with her husband Bruce in Winter Garden, Florida.