Burlington, Vt. – Jvillage Network, a provider of synagogue websites and online membership solutions for Jewish communities, has hired Geoffrey Pizzutillo as lead web designer and developer.
He previously served as the National Gardening Association’s first in-house designer and later as creative director. More recently, Pizzutillo provided freelance consultation and design services for small businesses and nonprofits. Pizzutillo received a Bachelor of Science in Web Development and Design from Champlain College.
“Geoffrey brings to our team the skills needed for web-design and development along with the acute awareness of how his work will help our Jvillage members achieve their goals for community engagement,” said Jill Minkoff, president of Jvillage.
Jvillage Network is a group of active listeners, creative thinkers, and implementers who provide easy-to-use online solutions to help build vibrant Jewish communities. Founded in 2009 in Burlington, Vermont, the mission-driven, for-profit company creates websites and digital tools for synagogues, schools and other Jewish organizations. With more than 100 member clients, Jvillage delivers interesting, engaging and relevant content that help organizations grow their communities.