Before coming to JFS, Will was Senior Vice President and Rabbi in Residence at Repair the World. He developed partnership initiatives with organizations across the United States. Prior to Repair the World, Will served as Rabbi and Executive Director of Hillel at the University of Washington and Jconnect Seattle. In those capacities, he was instrumental in making innovative, post-college programming and Jewish service-learning pillars of the organization.
Will is a graduate of the Ziegler School of Rabbinic Studies. He is a contributor to The Washington Post, the HuffPost and The Seattle Times. He also serves as a Leap of Reason Ambassador. Will has lived in Israel, England and several cities around the United States. He has led immersive service experiences around the world.
Before coming to JFS, Kristin spent nine years at King County Housing Authority, where she led the Section 8 voucher program and Homeless Initiatives. Previously, she worked at Abt Associates in Cambridge, Massachusetts, providing technical assistance and analysis to government agencies.
Kristin has a Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College and a Master of Public Policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.
Lisa has over twenty years’ experience in development, volunteer engagement and management in the nonprofit sector and has been in her current role twelve of those years. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Vassar College and a Master of Public Administration from Seattle University. She enjoys reading, cooking, traveling and spending time with her family.
Before joining the JFS team, Galit was Director of Development and Operations at Hillel at the University of Washington. She spent the past 16 years in nonprofit fundraising and various management capacities. Previously, she worked in recruiting and business development in the corporate sector.
Galit holds a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration with minors in Marketing and Human Resources and a Certificate in Fundraising Management from the University of Washington and is a SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources). She is a recipient of the Pamela Waechter Jewish Communal Professional Award from the Jewish Federation. Galit enjoys traveling, volunteering and spending time with her family and friends.
Michelle is a graduate of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois where she received her Bachelor of Science in Communications Studies and a Certificate in Accounting. She has been a Certified Public Accountant since 2004 and is a member of the Washington Society of Certified Public Accountants.
Michelle was born in Washington state and enjoys spending non-working hours volunteering for several local nonprofits as a board member and as a hands-on-volunteer.
Prior to his current role, Griff spent six years working in the JFS Refugee & Immigrant Service Centers. He started as an AmeriCorps Volunteer, coordinating volunteers and furniture donations and then became a Resettlement Case Manager. Most recently, Griff served as Resettlement Coordinator.
Griff received his Bachelor of Arts in Politics from Whitman College and a Master of Public Administration from the University of Washington.
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