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Senior Leadership

Carrie Darsky

Carrie Darsky joined JCC Association of North America as its inaugural chief talent officer (CTO) in 2023. In this role, she leads the design and execution of a talent strategy … Continued

Rabbi David Kessel

Rabbi David M. Kessel has served in senior executive roles at Hillel, BBYO, and Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA), transforming organizations that engage Jewish teens, college students, and young adults. … Continued

Marshall Levin

Marshall Levin, chief philanthropic officer at JCC Association of North America, is responsible for the organization’s fundraising initiatives, including developing major donor relationships and implementing cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship strategies. … Continued

Michael Feinstein

Michael Feinstein is Interim CFO and vice president of strategic initiatives at JCC Association of North America. He previously served as vice president of Capacity Partners, where he consulted to … Continued

Gabe Most

Gabe Most is the chief experience officer (CXO) of JCC Association of North America, guiding the agency’s work to enhance the quality and value of agency relationships within the JCC … Continued

Brian Schreiber

Brian Schreiber, a longtime Jewish communal professional, is president and CEO of the JCC of Greater Pittsburgh and special advisor to the president and CEO of JCC Association of North … Continued

Jennifer Mamlet

Jennifer Mamlet is the acting president and CEO of JCC Association of North America. A seasoned professional with vast experience at JCC Association and in the JCC Movement, Mamlet has … Continued

Samantha Cohen

Sam Cohen is a vice president for program and talent at JCC Association of North America and leads JCC Maccabi®, a signature program of JCC Association, and Virtual J, an … Continued

Joanne Harmon

Joanne Harmon is the chief marketing officer (CMO) at JCC Association of North America. She joined the marketing team as creative director in 2014, bringing a broad range of talents … Continued