Carrie Bornstein is Chief Executive Officer at Mayyim Hayyim Living Waters Community Mikveh and Education Center outside of Boston, Massachusetts. She first joined as a volunteer Mikveh Guide and, since 2012, has transitioned the organization from a robust start-up to a sustainable grown-up, also spearheading the creation of its Rising Tide Open Waters Mikveh Network, now with more than 30 community members representing six countries around the world. Carrie spent many summers at URJ Eisner Camp and was named one of the 18 most influential young adults in Boston by Combined Jewish Philanthropies in 2013. A cum laude graduate of Skidmore College, Carrie received her M.A. in Social Work from Boston University with a focus on Macro Practice, participated in the first cohort of DeLeT (Day School Leadership through Teaching) at Brandeis and spent a year at the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem. Carrie's other passions include surrogacy, writing, mental health of children in the Jewish community, and improv. She lives in Sharon, MA with her husband, Jamie, and their three children.