JCF announces two top-level hires
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Levin is being promoted from the interim CDO position he has held since January. He was vice president at Bernstein Global Wealth Management, then consulted for the Jewish Community Endowment Fund as a philanthropic investment adviser before joining the JCF full time as a senior philanthropic adviser in 2010. Levin has a bachelor’s degree in history from UCLA and two master’s degrees from Brandeis University, in Jewish communal services and management.
“He has been playing an integral role in developing our new fundraising model from day one,” Jennifer Gorovitz, JCF chief executive officer, said in a press release. “Joe not only has extensive fundraising experience, but also a real knack for demystifying philanthropic planning, and a strong ability to lead.”
“She has an established track record of effective leadership and managing change during her career,” Gorovitz said in the press release. “Those experiences were the key components during our search for a new COO.” Hurwitz starts in September.
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