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Michelle WMalkin

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Michelle W. Malkin is an energetic personable professional passionate about member, employee, and donor retention and satisfaction for nonprofit organizations.

Michelle W. Malkin currently serves as a Program Officer for the Jewish Community Foundation managing their institutional grant making. She also serves on the Board of Temple Sinai of Glendale and as the Membership Chair on the Executive Board of the Jewish Communal Professionals of Southern California.

Michelle W. Malkin graduated from California State University, Northridge with a B.A. in Religious Studies and a minor in Jewish studies where she served as the Executive Director of the CSUN Crisis Helpline. As the Student Activist Organization at Jewish World Watch, she managed seven organizing portfolios in anti-genocide work. While at Congregation Or Ami in Calabasas she built a vibrant and lively youth group which was previously nonexistent

Michelle W. Malkin earned a Certificate in Jewish Education for Adolescents and Emerging Adults through Hebrew Union College and a Masters in Jewish Nonprofit Management from Hebrew Union College's School of Jewish Nonprofit Management and a Masters in Public Administration from USC's Sol Price School of Public Policy, where her research focused on civic engagement among Jews in Los Angeles County.

Michelle W. Malkin is looking to use her education, experience, and connections, to help Jewish organizations create effective strategic plans, evaluate their existing programs, ensure branding and marketing efforts are effective, increase social media presence, create an inviting and lively internal culture, develop a meaningful donor engagement program, increase visibility in the larger community, all in an effort to increase the impact of the organization's mission and vision. Michelle W. Malkin is confident that any organization has the continued potential for growth and improvement regardless of challenges and shortcomings.

  • 09/2012 to 05/2014
    : Hebrew Union College
    : Master of Arts in Jewish Nonprofit Management
    : United States
  • 09/2011 to 06/2012
    : Hebrew Union College
    : Certificate in Jewish Education for Adolescents and Emerging Adults
    : United States
    : New York, Ny
  • 09/2007 to 05/2009
    : California State University
    : Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies
    : United States
    : Northridge, CA
    : Minor in Jewish Studies Executive Director of the CSUN Crisis Helpline
  • N/A to 12/2099
    : University of Southern California
    : Masters Of Public Administration
    : United States
    : Los Angeles, California
Career History
  • 05/2014 to 10/2014
    : Interim Program Officer
    : United States
    : Los Angeles
    : Managed the Cutting Edge, General Community, Israel, and Discretionary Grants processes.
  • 09/2013 to 05/2014
    : Intern
    : United States
    : Los Angeles, CA
    : Assist with advocacy efforts, conduct research, organize annual seder event, and provide support for community events and staff.
  • 09/2012 to 05/2013
    : Intern
    : United States
    : Los Angeles, CA
    : Managed social media sites and newsletters, completed annual campaign mailing, assisted in annual Gala preparations and evaluation, and provided support to many staff members.
  • 09/2009 to 06/2012
    : Youth Group Advisor
    : United States
    : Calabasas Hills, CA
    : Michelle W. Malkin initially worked with two high school students looking to create a youth group and was able to build their youth group to over 45 members in three years. By creating a balance of social, educational, leadership, and religious programing, Michelle helped build the leadership skills of nine youth group board members as well as help many more students build their Jewish identity and engage in Jewish life.
  • 01/2008 to 06/2012
    : Student Activist Organizer
    : United States
    : Los Angeles, Ca
    : Beginning as an Intern in 2008, Michelle W. Malkin was hired in 2010 to manage Jewish World Watch's student engagement activities. While in the position, she created a 6-lesson religious school curriculum, managed 12 high school activist clubs, conducted summer camp programs at 5 area camps, executed programing for USY, NFTY, and BBYO, managed a traveling college art exhibit, and spoke for various events and groups. Michelle W. Malkin's involvement contented through her first year at graduate school organizing teams for the Walk to End Genocide and organizing several programs for youth populations
  • N/A to N/A
    : Location Greater Chicago Area Industry
    : Chicago
Core Competencies
  • Volunteer Management
  • Program Development
  • Community Organizing
  • Nonprofit Staff Management
  • Grants/Fundraising
  • Public Speaking
  • Event Management
  • Event Planning
  • Community Development
  • Social Media Marketing
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