Berman-Eisenberg oversees a current inventory of more than 1,700 supportive and affordable housing units and "has led the effort to assemble more than $200 million in funding to develop an additional 500 units over the coming years."
She serves on the City of Miami Beach Affordable Housing Committee, Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Affordable Housing Committee, and the JPMorgan Chase Community Advisory Committee. In 2011, The Miami Herald named her as one of South Florida"s "20 most influential leaders under the age of 40."
Her articles on homelessness in Miami have been frequently published on the Opinion Page of The Miami Herald, including "Stadium plan to house homeless no slam dunk," "A step forward for homeless vets," and "Fighting homelessness in Miami."
Berman-Eisenberg was named one of most "Influential Business Women" by the South Florida Business Journal in 2013 and 2014. She was featured in a national profile for Commercial Property Executive in January 2014.
Her efforts to implement novel, replicable approaches to reducing poverty and ending homelessness within many of Miami-Dade County"s most economically-distressed neighborhoods have been profiled in business, trade and academic publications.
Berman-Eisenberg opposed a 2012 Florida Bill to use stadiums as temporary homeless shelters. In a presentation to the 2013 National Community Reinvestment Corporation conference, Berman-Eisenberg urged increased public/private partnerships to address the housing needs of people with special needs.
In 2011, Berman-Eisenberg led the creation of, a collaboration of four leading South Florida nonprofit agencies with a shared commitment to ending homelessness for veteran families. Berman-Eisenberg succeeded in winning a $1 million grant for the project from the United States. Department of Veterans Affairs, Supportive Services for Veteran Families program, to provide services to 1,000 low-income veterans and their family members annually in Broward and Miami-Dade counties.
A November 11, 2012 Huffington Post article featured as a new model for ending homelessness for veterans.
She lives in North Miami Beach, Florida.