JRI, a provider of trauma-informed care to children and families in Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, has named Matt George to the position of Director of Residential Budgets and Fiscal Reporting.   In this new role, George will be responsible for JRI’s external reporting as well as budget support for residential programs operated by the agency.

George, a resident of Franklin, Mass., joined the JRI team over 10 years ago as director of administrative operations for JRI’s Metropolitan Treatment Center.  Most recently, George held the position of accounts receivable manager, where he was responsible for billing and collections of close to $150 million in annual revenue and managing the staff in the accounts receivable department.

“Matt’s quality of work has always been top-notch and his attention to detail and diligence is unsurpassed,” said Bisser Dokov, CFO at JRI.  “His patience and thoughtful style have allowed him not only to be able to perform his job to the highest level, but also to train and develop several other staff in his department.”

“I am proud to have worked for such a great organization for the past decade,” said George.  “I look forward to my new responsibilities as the director of residential budgets and fiscal reporting and hope to use my skills to make the best financial decisions for our residential programs.”

George holds an Associate’s degree in Business from Quincy College and a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy.


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