Boulder JCC’s Jonathan Lev Appointed to JPro Board of Directors

Boulder JCC Executive Director Jonathan Lev has been named one of five new members of the JPro Board of Directors. JPro is a national membership network serving thousands of professionals working in the Jewish community sector. Comprised of hundreds of nonprofit organizations, they offer opportunities for its members to learn, build relationships, share ideas, and guidance on how professionals can amplify their ability to contribute to the vitality of their communities beyond their own organizations.

These five new members, from Jewish organizations across the country, will work with the JPro Board to continue to best serve individuals and organizations in the Jewish communal field. JPro is committed to attracting, developing, and retaining top-quality professionals at all levels of the Jewish nonprofit sector, and the Board is comprised of exceptional individuals reflecting a broad cross-section of the field.

Jonathan Lev

“As a person who has been in the Jewish professional field for 20 years, I’ve seen the importance of professional development, networking, and opportunities for cross-organizational learning. JPro is the central hub to lead in these areas. I am honored to join the board to help support JPro’s mission and vision.”

— Jonathan Lev

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