Carley Dietrick’s multi-layered business background within the healthcare landscape and personal life experiences make her an asset to Tigger House Foundation in the fight against addiction. Backed by her interests in marketing and connecting, Dietrick credits her strong personal sense of community as a driving force to helping others.
“My passion is marketing, communications, and connecting with the community in which we live.”
As a child she served with Girl Scouts, whose mission continues to empower her when assisting those in need. She was honored as one of 10 successful young women who were selected as Girl Scouts of the Jersey Shore’s Phenomenal Women Under 40.
A 2008 graduate of Rutgers University, Dietrick served with Horizon BCBSNJ and Hackensack Meridian Health for a combined total of ten years. Currently, she is part of the team at Seacrest Recovery Center.
Since 2019, Dietrick now shares her professional and personal wisdom as a mentor and coordinator for Tigger House Foundation’s Student Alliance program. She guides THF’s young volunteers in educating their peers about addiction awareness. Dietrick also provides assistance as THF’s Addiction Navigator to individuals struggling with addiction and their families in accessing the appropriate community resources.
Before joining Team Tigger, Dietrick stated, “I feel that since my passion lies in fighting addiction that being a part of the THF would be extremely fulfilling and rewarding.” A year later Dietrick can now say that this statement is true.
In her spare time, Dietrick enjoys the outdoors, fishing with her husband, running or playing with their pups.