In this role, which he began in January 2020, Most ensures the quality and value of relationships between and among JCCs and between JCCs and JCC Association. His efforts include fostering and facilitating peer-to-peer support among JCC professionals, upgrading and overseeing online knowledge bases to enhance accessibility for JCC professionals, convening groups for resource- and practice-sharing; and, when needed, sourcing expertise beyond the JCC Movement.
Prior to this post, Most spent the majority of his career in the American Jewish community with significant tenures at American Associates, Ben-Gurion University; Jewish Federations of North American (formerly United Jewish Communities); Young Judaea; and, most recently, Shalom Hartman Institute of North America. His areas of expertise include program development and administration, marketing, operations, consulting, leadership development, governance, and fundraising.
Most holds a degree in Jewish history from Columbia University. He lives in New York City, where he is a disaster response volunteer with the American Red Cross and, through The Trevor Project, advocates for laws and policies to reduce suicide among young people in the LGBTQ community. He is a member of the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, New York.