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Benjamin Bertsch

Benjamin Bertsch

Benjamin “Benji” Bertsch joined GIA in early 2022. He brings over 15 years of Industry experience to our team working with International, national, and local programs. Seen as an advocate within the recovery community he has worked with a number of non-profits including the Minnesota Trauma Project and Silver Sobriety [recovery support for those over 50]. Benji’s role at GIA is to help organize and structure systems and processes toward providing the best experience for our clients. Benji lives in Stillwater, Minnesota, with his wife, children and “wolf-adoodle” [wolf hound/labradoodle mix is their best guess]. Most of Benji’s free time is spent renovating\remodeling their 130 year old home, enjoying Minnesota’s snow and water, and DIYing anything that needs to be fixed.

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