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Like most non-profit organizations, our Board of Directors plays a critical role in defining vision and acting as the governing body for policy. Additionally, and most importantly, our Board is the pivotal driver behind our fundraising efforts. We are always seeking strategic thinkers to join our Board and continue expanding the impact we have on the Jewish and LA communities. The sense of fulfillment and accomplishment that comes from being a Board member can be seen on the faces of Board members as they gleam with pride at our Scholarship event, knowing their individual efforts are paying off in helping serve 1500 children each year.
Our Current Board of Directors as of January 1, 2018. The Board President, Officers and Board of Directors listed are voting members.
Shoshana Himmel, VP
Jonathan C. Lurie, VP¹
Sandy Sigal, VP¹
Matthew Nelson, Secretary
Aaron Cohen, Treasurer
Robert C. Aronoff
Lloyd “Eric” Cotsen
Daniel L. Dworsky
David A. Fenton
Glenn S. Goodstein
Marshall B. Grossman
Scott R. Isdaner *¹
Arnold S. Nelson¹
Brad Rosenberg *¹
Dan Rosenson *¹
Stephen M. Saltzman *¹
Thomas R. Schiff
Michael H. Sendowski¹
John Shane ¹
Lee I. Silver *¹
Gelena Skya Wasserman
Gary N. Stern
Karl M. Sussman *¹
David L. Swartz *¹
Robert A. Waldorf *¹
Lewis M. Wallensky
Marshall J. Wax *¹
* Past Board President
¹JBBBSLA & FCBW Board Member
JBBBSLA Inclusion Statement
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles embraces the richness and diversity of the Jewish and secular communities. Our leadership, staff and volunteers are committed to creating an environment where all voices are heard and respected, irrespective of gender, socio-economic status, level of Jewish observance, race, religion, ethnicity, gender identification and/or sexual orientation.
Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles (JBBBSLA) is currently seeking a talented individual for the position of Office Manager, who will play a key role in helping the agency maintain its office services, culture and team environment. The Office Manager works with the CEO and Executive Vice President to support all office needs.
To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to Cari Uslan: firstname.lastname@example.org
Optimize the life-changing power of camp! Our Program Director plays a leading role in the creation of an environment for campers that is safe, fun, interactive, and driven by our core values. To reach this goal, the Program Director stewards program development throughout our full year season of summer sessions, weekend retreats, and community engagement initiatives. All team members of Camp Bob Waldorf and Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters work together to help children and young adults reach their full potential.
AT OUR AGENCY
Camp Bob Waldorf and Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles enrich the lives of youth throughout Greater LA with the tools and support system they need to thrive from elementary school to college and beyond, driven by the values of community, inclusion, identity, and respect. Our residential Jewish and non-sectarian camp programs, weekend retreats, outdoor backpacking trips, college scholarships, and mentoring activities provide over 1,000 underserved children each year – regardless of their family’s financial ability – with a safe, nurturing environment where they learn to be creative, responsible, and thoughtful individuals.
ON A TEAM
The Program Director will work closely with all members of the camp department, including the Director, Assistant Director, Outreach Director, registration team, facility staff, seasonal staff, and community partners. They will also interact with other members of JBBBSLA including staff members of the HR department, Development, Finance, and Mentoring Programs. Additionally, they will interact with board members and donors as seen fit by the Camp Director and JBBBSLA CEO.
Learn more about our camp community at www.campbobwaldorf.org
Submit resume to Dr. Zach Lasker, Director, at email@example.com
Position: Teen Talk Program Manager
Status: Full-Time (38-hour work week), Exempt
Location: JBBBSLA Office in Beverly Hills
Help lead a new revolution in teen social/emotional counseling. Teen Talk, an award-winning phone app provides real time social/emotional support for teens, by trained teens, where and when they need it…. on their mobile phones. Teen Talk was created by a partnership of Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles, a 104-year-old youth serving organization providing innovative mentoring, camp and teen programming and Teen Line, a 40 year provider of crisis and outreach support for teens. Over the past 1.5 years the app has grown from concept to reality, serving over 15,000 teens. Now is the time to build our Teen Talk team and we need a dynamic Program Manager who can help take Teen Talk to the next level!
The Teen Talk Program Manager will be responsible for supervising, training, and staffing the Teen Talk App. In addition, the Program Manager will utilize their clinical experience and offer therapeutic support and insight when necessary.
Competitive salary, paid vacation/sick leave, paid federal/Jewish holidays, 38-hour work week. Medical/vision/dental insurance, retirement plans, disability and life Insurance.
To apply, please submit resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Foundation for Camp Bob Waldorf was established in 1962 to provide ongoing operational funding for Camp Bob Waldorf. Thanks in part to The Foundation for Camp Bob Waldorf, more than 60,000 underserved children have attended our camp and its existence ensures that the camp will remain open for many generations to come.
The Foundation for Camp Bob Waldorf is a California 501(c)(3) organization (Tax ID 95-6127224) that operates as a restricted endowment fund. The Board approves monthly allocations to cover camp operating expenses, and also raises money to fund camp programs.
Sandy Sigal, VP of the Foundation for Camp Bob Waldorf and former camper
JBBBSLA is proud to share information about our programs and our people through an annual impact statement and a biannual “Snapshot.”