Friday, June 13, 2008

My Full Resume


1998-2003: Yeshiva University, New York, NY. Political Science Major. Writing Arts Minor. B.A., January 2003.

1995-1998: Rabbinical College of America, Morristown, New Jersey. Judaic Studies B.A., August 1998.


2007: Washington Heights-Inwood Coalition. 652 West 187th Street, New York, NY 10033

Grant Proposal and General Document Editing. Casework database management Varied administrative duties as needed.

2001-2005: Thomas Publishing Company. 5 Penn Plaza. New York , New York 10001

Marketing of Web Content , E-commerce Programs , and B2B Industrial Advertising.

2000: Nachas Healthnet Incorporated. Brooklyn, NY 11219.

Development Consultant. Thoroughly audited and critically examined all organizational Development, Media, Publicity and Outreach programs. Adapted and implemented restructuring of procedures. Provided relevant re-training to all executive and program staff.

1999: Daughters of Jacob Geriatric Center, Bronx, NY

Assistant Chaplain. Conducted assessments of residents in accordance with State and industry standards.

1995-1998: Rabbinical College of America, Morristown, New Jersey.

‘Special Assistant for Student Affairs’ to President of the College. Student Administrator of Federal Work Study Program. New Student Orientation.

1995: The Brotherhood Synagogue, Gramercy Park South, New York, NY.

Staff Archivist for Rabbi Emeritus and Founder , Rabbi Irving J. Block. Organized and classified all career records. Facilitated research for published memoirs: “A Rabbi and His Dream” (KTAV 1999).

1992-1995: New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) / Straphangers Campaign, New York, NY.

Development and Outreach Organizer. NYPIRG Telephone Outreach Project: Ongoing training and orientation all new and novice staff for the mobilizing of NYPIRG’s 70,000 members to participate in various legislative initiatives and/or funding them. Also involved as needed in other NYPIRG campaigns: Voter Registration, Childhood Lead Poisoning, Recycle First. May 1992- June 1993: NYPIRG Fuel Buyers Group: Liaison between members and fuel companies providing Group discount. Securing renewals &. new members

1991-1992: Environmental Planning Lobby (EPL), Albany & Westbury, NY.

Development and Outreach Director for Downstate NY. Implemented major expansion of EPL membership base in key legislative districts of New York City, Long Island and Westchester County. General supervision, hiring, and training of all downstate staff.

1986-1991: GREENPEACE U.S.A, New York, NY,

1990-91: Administrative Director and Media Liaison for NYC Metro Area. Site Supervisor and Police & Media Liaison for all Greenpeace demonstrations staged by NYC office. Oversight of Development Programs for NYC Metro Area. General supervision of 40 member fundraising staff. Liaison to various police and town officials and other groups regarding outreach schedule. Hiring & training of all staff. 1986-90: Field Manager for outreach & fundraising crews and NYC Metro Media Liaison.

1983-1986: New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) / Straphangers Campaign, New York, NY.

1985-1986: Front Desk & Continuity. Membership & Circulation Director for NYPIRG’s news bi-monthly. Office Manager for 17-office statewide outreach program. 1983-85: Canvasser in outreach/fundraising program.

Community Organizing Experience:

1990-1995: George Washington Tenants Association, 23 Lexington Avenue, Gramercy Park, New York.

Founding Member and Communications Chair. Tenant action was catalyst of a landmark New York State Court of Appeals ruling that placed New York City real estate brokerage firm advertisements under the domain of the New York City Department of Consumer Affairs. Organized successful rent action of 200 plus tenants.

Political and Campaign Experience:

1992: Democratic National Convention (DNC), New York City. DNC Press Office Staffmember.

1989: Ruth Messinger for Manhattan Borough President. Various campaign activities.

1988: Senator Paul Simon (Dem.-Ill.) for President, New York, NY. Staff member & Office Manager.

1986: Mark Green for United States Senate. Staff member. Front Desk and Continuity.

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