Jenna Weinberg has been an active leader with the New Israel Fund since 2012. She is currently an MBA candidate at the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University where her studies focus on impact investing. Previously Jenna was Vice President of CHV, a social impact consulting firm, where she advanced quality jobs and access to benefits for domestic workers, encouraged institutional investors to increase investment with diverse managers, fought white nationalism, and more.
In addition to leadership with NIF, Jenna is a trustee of the Nathan and Lillian Weinberg Family Foundation and a founding board member of the Abrahamic House. Previously, Jenna served on the boards of Slingshot, MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, and Hillel International. Jenna is a proud Baltimore native and graduate of the University of Michigan, where she majored in International Studies and Judaic studies. She was a recipient of a Dorot Fellowship in Israel in 2013-2014.