Meet Cohort One!
We are thrilled to announce the inaugural Cohort of the Board Member Institute for Jewish Nonprofits!
Twenty-eight outstanding leaders were selected to join the Chicago-based program, which began on Jan 8, 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.

Meet Cohort One (Infographic)
In Retrospect:
Selection Process for Inaugural Chicago Cohort-1
This timeline is indicative of the process for future cohorts
Sept. 12, 2017
Nov. 06, 2017
Applications Close
Nov. 07, 2017
Selection Process Begins
Nov. 16, 2017
Selected Candidates Announced
Jan. 08, 2018
Studies at the Board Member Institute for Jewish Nonprofits Begin
Inaugural Cohort Speaks!
First 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!
Scott Shalom Klein, Keshet
Honored to be a part of this inaugural cohort with many new friends and several other brothers of Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity
Jay Feldman, AEPi
Honored to take part in this initiative!
Gil Galanos, Israel & Co
Honored to be a part of it! Thanks Alicia Oberman and Amit Marom!
Alex Jakubowski, Sketchpad
Meet The Evaluator
Kim Silver, an entrepreneurial social sector professional with more than 15 years of experience leading and managing nonprofits, foundations, government agencies and consulting engagements. She has an extensive background assessing social impact, designing feasibility studies and creating new services, programs and partnerships. Working on all sides of the social sector, including nonprofits, foundations and government entities, Kim has honed her strategy and management skills. The list of recent Kim's engagements include Circle of Service Foundation, Bottom Line, Global Detroit, Ingenuity, Inc., John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Robert R. McCormick Foundation, Thrive Chicago, and more.

Kim's engagement into evaluation of the Board Member Institute for Jewish Nonprofits shall provide insight into the value and impact of the program on participants and the organizations they serve as well as inform program design and future planning.


Kim Silver
Principal, The Silver Line
Contacts us
Darina Privalko, Project Manager, Marom Group
darina@marompb.com

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