Board Member Institute for Jewish Nonprofits
NATIONAL COHORT
National Cohort Applications Open: June 18, 2018

National Cohort Applications Close: August 6, 2018
The Nonprofit World Is Changing.
Your Board Should Be Ready!
This is a Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management customized program, taught and administered by Kellogg faculty and practitioners, intended for active and incoming board members of Jewish nonprofits.
Upon completion, each participant will receive a Kellogg Nonprofit Executive Education Certificate.
* - Customized content is no less than 20% of total curriculum (marked with *).
The curriculum is subject to change based on the composition of the cohort in order to meet the needs of the selected participants.

Program Content
October 2018 - April 2019
Application Timeline for the National Cohort:
Key Milestones
June 18, 2018
August 6, 2018
Applications Close
August 22, 2018
Selection Process Ends
August 23, 2018
Selected Candidates Announced
September 6, 2018
Full Tuition Payment is Due
October 7, 2018
Studies at the Board Member Institute for Jewish Nonprofits Begin
Meet our Faculty *
Liz Livingston Howard
Director of Nonprofit Executive Education
Prof. Gail Berger Darlow
Assistant Professor of Executive Education
Prof. Sophia Shaw
Adjunct Professor of Social Impact
Prof. Megan Kashner
Clinical Assistant Professor of Public-Private Interface
Jason Saul
Adjunct Lecturer of Executive Education
Prof. Steven Windmueller
Professor emeritus at the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion in Los Angeles
Prof. Donald Haider
Professor Emeritus of Strategy
* - Faculty composition shall be finalized based on the curriculum adjustment.
Meet Keynote Speakers & Panelists from Cohort-1
Gali Cooks
Executive Director
Leading Edge
David T. Brown
Secretary of the International Board of Directors
BBYO
Audra Berg
Vice-President, Leadership Engagement and Board Relations
Jewish United Fund
Jim Rosenberg
Chief of Staff
Jewish United Fund

David Rubovits
Senior Vice-President,
Planning and Allocations
Jewish United Fund

David Cygielman
Founder and CEO
Moishe House
Kevin Waldman
Board Member
Moishe House

Harrell Wittenstein
Board Member
Beber Camp
Gary E. Jacobs
Stefan Teodosic
Executive Director
Beber Camp; Perlman Camp
Amit Marom
Bryn Mars
Phyllis Tabachnik
Eric M. Robbins
Daryl Messinger
Chair of the North American Board of Trustees
Union for Reform Judaism
David Edell
President
DRG Search
In Retrospect: Meet Cohort-1!
We are thrilled to introduce you to the inaugural Chicago Cohort-1 of the Board Member Institute for Jewish Nonprofits!
Twenty-eight outstanding leaders were selected to join the Chicago-based program, which began on January 8, 2018, and finished on June 11, 2018.
All participants have demonstrated a passion to strive for excellence in volunteer leadership and a strong desire to make lasting social impact in the Jewish sector.

Click to Learn More about Inaugural Chicago Cohort-1
Chicago Cohort-1 Speaks!
Impressions, Feedback, Thoughts
"What a night! The first session at Northwestern tonight was great. Such a fantastic cohort and curriculum, I'm honored to be a part of this program! Keshet is going to benefit from our involvement. Thanks for including us!"
Board Member Institute Participant
"The panel was terrific! Thank you so much for your efforts to get great panelists!! Lots of energy and enthusiasm, good Q&A - the whole thing was a big success!"
Board Member Institute Participant
"The information I have learned or that has been reinforced - whether through faculty presentations or experiences shared by members of the cohort - is empowering."
Board Member Institute Participant
"The learning has been amazing. My thinking about who is a good board member has totally changed."
Board Member Institute Participant
"I feel more confident as a board member and am speaking up way more often."
Board Member Institute Participant
"Great speakers so far. They keep on trying to network us into the best leaders around Chicago and the world."
Board Member Institute Participant
"Honored to be a part of this inaugural cohort with many new friends and several other brothers of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity."
Board Member Institute Participant
Evaluation Approach
The program is thoroughly evaluated, both internally by Kellogg faculty, and externally by an independent evaluator who has already been engaged by the BMI.
The purpose of the parallel evaluations is to maximize the impact on the cohort and to further refine the program for future participants in order to facilitate much more ambitious sector-wide goals.
Peer Mentoring *
In addition to access to the tremendous faculty of Kellogg's Center for Nonprofit Management, as well as expert practitioners in the Jewish nonprofit sector, each participant will have the opportunity to be matched with a peer mentor, strategically selected, according to the participants' self-assessed needs and interests.

Access to this unique mentor network is an amazing opportunity to help participants continue to navigate the sector, connect with mentors with a wide range of professional and nonprofit expertise, and grow as volunteer leaders even after they get their certificate!

* - The Peer Mentorship component for the National Cohort will be finalized based on the outcome of the ongoing evaluation.
Strategic Partners
The Board Member Institute for Jewish Nonprofits Makes Headlines!
"Board members and professionals alike have not established a culture which allows for board members to actually "show up," says Alicia S. Oberman, Executive Director of the Jack and Golide Wolfe Miller Fund.
Read the full article:
Contacts us
Darina Privalko, Project Manager, Marom Group
darina@marompb.com

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