President and CEO of JCC of Greater Pittsburgh, a post he has held since 1999. He has served, since January 2019, as a special advisor to Doron Krakow, president and CEO of JCC Association North America. In this provisional role, he is preparing the JCC Movement for a strategic planning process to advance the future of JCCs across the continent.
Prior to joining the JCC, Schreiber was an annual fund director at the Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh; a community service worker for Sherut L’Am (Service to the People) in Ashkelon, Israel; and a field examiner for the National Labor Relations Board.
Schreiber is a former board member of JCC Association and a former board chair of the Greater Pittsburgh Nonprofit Partnership. He currently serves on the board of Standing Firm: The Business Case to End Gender Violence. He also is a former board member of Allegheny Health Choices, Inc., AllFacilities Energy Corp., LCC, and a past member of the Forum of United Way Agencies and its Neighborhood Impact Council. He previously volunteered as a Big Brother and as a crisis/suicide hotline counselor.
Schreiber, a licensed social worker, and accredited field instructor through the University of Pittsburgh School of Social Work, earned advanced degrees in social work and Jewish studies. A magna cum laude graduate of Lafayette College in Easton, Pennsylvania, he and his family reside in the Squirrel Hill neighborhood of Pittsburgh.