Carolyn Halpern Oppenheimer serves as Executive Vice President of Halpern Enterprises, Inc. and has been employed there since 1983. Carolyn is responsible for oversight of the office operations, maintenance, construction, capital expenditures and marketing for the company.
She is a native Atlantan and a graduate of the University of Georgia. Carolyn has served on the boards of The Weber School, The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, The Trust for Public Land and The Epstein School, where she served as President of the Board of Trustees. Carolyn currently is chair of Women’s Philanthropy of the JFGA.
Carolyn has three sons and a daughter-in-law, Matthew, Andrea, Brad and Eli and two dogs, Rosie and Jake. She is a dedicated hiker, gardener and outdoor enthusiast.