About Me

Carmen Trifiletti is a New Jersey Department of Human and Special Services clerk from Harrison Township in Gloucester County. He is a New Jersey native who grew up in Woodbury, the county seat. The Gloucester County-based services clerk graduated from Clearview Regional High School and Cabrini College.

Trifiletti is actively involved with numerous charitable efforts, including Toys for Tots and New Jersey Clean Communities. Toys for Tots distributes gifts to underprivileged children at Christmas, while New Jersey Clean Communities focuses on litter reduction in the Garden State. The New Jersey native is also a certified peer recovery specialist.

Current Role & Duties

New Jersey Department of Human and Special Services

Carmen is a New Jersey Department of Human and Special Services clerk. The Department is the state's largest agency, serving over two million Garden State residents. Clerk Trifiletti works from the Department's West Deptford, Gloucester County.

The organization serves individuals and families, people with disabilities, parents needing childcare services, those dealing with addiction and mental health issues, and more. As a New Jersey Department of Human and Special Services clerk, Trifiletti oversees meetings involving committees for CEAS, CIACC, COMA, HSAC, and LPRC.

Trifiletti manages resources, diligently prepares notes, handles meeting paperwork, and records upcoming sessions. They are also active Living Proof Advisory Board members, assisting in setting up numerous workshops and events attracting over one hundred participants.

Moreover, they have worked on vital point-in-time counts, where homeless individuals are accounted for in the community. As a part of these point-in-time counts, they have handed out all-important gloves, hats, and information for local shelters and mental health organizations. Trifiletti has also handled comprehensive data analysis following past count completions.

Career History

Shady Lane Nursing Home

Before assuming the New Jersey Department of Human and Special Services clerk role, Trifiletti worked at Shady Lane Nursing Home in East Greenwich Township, New Jersey. They served as a maintenance worker at the nursing home, which offers residents dining, housekeeping, quality healthcare, social services, and therapeutic recreation, among many other benefits.

Shady Lane Nursing Home opened its doors in Gloucester County in the 1800s. Well over a century later, it remains a special place with high-quality, long-term care at its heart. Accordingly, residents' families receive complete peace of mind with assurances that their loved ones are thoroughly well cared for at the nursing home.

As a Shady Lane Nursing Home maintenance worker, Trifiletti assisted the grounds crew with landscaping, electrical work, hospital bed repair, various tools and equipment, wheelchair maintenance, and other upkeep-focused tasks.

Other Roles

Alongside their work at Shady Lane Nursing Home, Trifiletti served as a camp counselor for the Clearview Youth Basketball League before joining the New Jersey Department of Human and Special Services. The Clearview Youth Basketball League provides basketball instruction and sportsmanship training to children in Mantua Township and surrounding areas of New Jersey.

The Clearview Youth Basketball League also participates in the Gloucester County Basketball League. Trifiletti's core responsibilities as a camp counselor for the league included teaching and supervising basketball to children ages six to fourteen.

Further roles previously held by Trifiletti include tutoring, participating in the after-school program at Cassidy Elementary School, and maintaining a position at GCIA Solid Waste Complex.

Academic History

Clearview Regional High School

Carmen Trifiletti grew up in the South Jersey region of the Garden State. It was here that they attended Clearview Regional High School in Mullica Hill, New Jersey.

Part of the wider Clearview Regional High School District, Clearview Regional High School is a public high school for students from Harrison and Mantua Townships. The school serves pupils from ninth through twelfth grades. Trifiletti graduated with a high school diploma.

Cabrini College

Following graduation from New Jersey-based Clearview Regional High School, Trifiletti attended Cabrini College in neighboring Pennsylvania. Cabrini College is a private Roman Catholic university in Radnor Township in the so-called Keystone State.

The Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus established Cabrini College in 1957. The college is named in honor of Frances Xavier Cabrini, the founder of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. Also known as Mother Frances Cabrini, she was the first American naturalized citizen saint.

The school is recognized for its welcoming, safe environment. An accredited residential Catholic institution, it welcomes learners of all backgrounds, cultures, and faiths. At Cabrini College, Trifiletti's studies included concentrations in health and exercise, science, business administration, and psychology.

Charitable Involvement

As a clerk for the New Jersey Department of Human and Special Services, Trifiletti has extensively facilitated and collected gifts for Toys for Tots, which distributes gifts to underprivileged children at Christmas. Trifiletti has also arranged food contributions and donation box collections around Gloucester County.

Furthermore, Trifiletti has assisted at length with other community-focused initiatives and good causes. Among these community-focused initiatives and good causes is a wide range of events, including addiction recovery walks, disability job fairs, candlelight vigils, harm reduction outreach activities, and senior service picnics.

While a GCIA Solid Waste Complex maintenance worker, Trifiletti was closely involved with New Jersey Clean Communities, which focuses on litter reduction in the Garden State. Trifiletti's support for the initiative included transporting volunteers throughout New Jersey to clean parks and other public spaces across the state.

Personal Interests

Trifiletti enjoys various hobbies and personal interests outside their professional work and charitable endeavors. These include listening to music, reading, and watching and playing sports, namely basketball.

Carmen Trifiletti is of proud Italian heritage and was born and raised in Woodbury, Gloucester County, New Jersey. Woodbury is a popular part of the South Jersey region of the Garden State. They reside near Mullica Hill, another popular community within Gloucester County's Harrison Township.


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