Dana Raucher is the Executive Director of The Samuel Bronfman Foundation. She serves on the boards of various non-profits, including the Bronfman Fellowship, 70 Faces Media, the Shefa School, the American Jewish Historical Society, and the Jewish Book Council. Prior to joining the Foundation, Dana worked at the Tel Aviv based law firm of Shiboleth & Co. She is a graduate of Columbia University and the Buchmann Law School at Tel Aviv University. Dana and her husband Yossi live in NYC with their kids and have been longtime supporters of Keshet.
Jason Rosenberg is originally from Montreal. There he obtained a Bachelor of Commerce (Finance) and a Graduate Diploma in Accounting from McGill University. Jason is a Chartered Professional Accountant and a Chartered Business Valuator. He is also a graduate of the Leadership Development Program of Federation CJA (Montreal). Jason spent 11 years working in public accounting and consulting, mainly with Ernst & Young, in Montreal, Berlin, and San Francisco. He is now a Director at Autodesk, a software company in San Francisco.
Jason has been involved with his alma mater since graduation, first as a volunteer canvasser and currently as part of the business school’s mentoring program. Jason was previously the Chairperson of the Young Adult Division of Federation CJA (Montreal), serving as one of the first openly gay chairs of a Federation division. In 2010 for his service, he was presented with Combined Jewish Appeal’s Honorary Chairman’s Award. Jason has also served as Chairperson of the Donor Relation Management Committee of the Montreal Jewish Chamber of Commerce.
Adam Simon has worked in philanthropy in and out of the Jewish community for 15 years. He currently is Executive Director of a global family foundation advancing Jewish learning, Judaism in Israel, peace between Israelis and Palestinians, civic engagement in the US, Democratic politics, and children within the US welfare and education systems. Prior to his current roles, Simon advanced leadership in the Jewish community and Jewish engagement at the Schusterman Family Philanthropies. He launched integrated funding, thought leadership, and digital communications strategies to maximize the impact of investments in Jewish life, and led efforts to recruit, develop, and retain exceptional professional and volunteer leaders for causes central to the foundation’s mission. Earlier in his career, Simon was Executive Director at Northwestern University’s Hillel and a manager of warehouse operations at an industrial supply company.
His significant contributions to the field of philanthropy include presentations for the National Center for Family Philanthropy, Grantmakers for Effective Organizations, and Jewish Funders Network, as well as board service, committee leadership, and technical assistance for numerous national and local organizations. Simon is a member of the Leap Ambassadors, a network of social change leaders seeking to maximize impact by focusing on data, leadership, and evidence. He is an adjunct faculty member at George Washington University’s Graduate School of Education, and is a regular lecturer at Georgetown University School of Law and University of Maryland Graduate School of Public Policy, and has contributed to numerous publications.
Adam Simon attended Washington University in St. Louis, earning both a B.A. and an MBA in organizational design and marketing. He currently lives outside Washington, DC with his wife and is the father of two amazing children.