Bio for Michael Feinstein
Michael Feinstein has been the Chief Executive Officer of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington since January 2009. Prior to becoming the CEO, he served as the Chief Operating Officer of the Center for three years. Michael works with the Center’s board to develop strategic direction and leads the organization’s professional staff. He has over 25 years of experience as both a consultant to and leader of entrepreneurial businesses and nonprofit organizations. As an executive coach he has helped leaders manage change and create a new, more successful future for themselves and their organizations. He has owned and managed businesses in the manufacturing, service, and high-tech industries, and served in a variety of lay leadership roles in community and nonprofit organizations before becoming a Jewish communal professional. Michael has a certificate in leadership coaching from Georgetown University. He received his B.A. in public policy from Duke University and his M.B.A. in public/nonprofit management and finance from Columbia University.
Bio for Ruth Carski
Ruth E. Carski, CPA, has been the Center’s Chief Financial Officer since 2008. Ruth has over 28 years of financial experience in the non-profit sector. She has an expertise in financial policy, budgeting, forecasting, regulation and legal compliance requirements for non-profits. In addition, she has professional knowledge of other functions such as risk management, record retention, technology, human resources and facilities management. Ruth earned her B.A. from the University of Maryland’s School of Business. In 1985, she began her career at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington where she served as Accountant then Assistant Comptroller for 4 years. During her hiatus from the Center, Ruth served as CFO for The Foundation Fighting Blindness.
Tracey E. Dorfmann
Bio for Tracey E. Dorfmann
Tracey E. Dorfmann joined the Center staff in 2001 bringing a solid 16-year background in higher education management, visual arts administration and programming, and marketing coordination. She has been an active member in the JCC field for 12 years developing expertise in many areas including: leveraging community resources through collaborations and partnerships, program development, community engagement, social action initiatives, successful grants oversight, and executive leadership. She holds a B.A. from Rollins College; a Diplôme from the Université de France, Besançon; and a B.F.A. from Massachusetts College of Art and Design.
Bio for Adrienne Fierro
Adrienne joined the JCCGW team in February 2013 as Chief Communications Officer, and is responsible for the Center’s marketing and communications initiatives. She earned her Bachelors of Science from Clarion University of Pennsylvania, and has more than 22 years of professional experience. With an expertise in the nonprofit arena, Adrienne has held executive management positions at several scientific/pharmaceutical nonprofit organizations in the DC region. She has successfully managed multiple marketing and communications teams.
Amy I. Gantz
Bio for Amy I. Gantz
Amy Gantz joined the JCCGW as Chief Operating Officer in February, 2011. She has a Bachelor’s degree in physical education and sports management from Slippery Rock University, and a Master’s degree in organizational management from University of Phoenix. For 15 years, Amy worked with YMCAs across the country in various capacities, including as senior director of programs and risk management and assistant executive director. For the four years prior to coming to the JCCGW, she was senior risk manager and director of the JCC insurance program for The Redwoods Group, a specialty insurance company for JCCs.
Bio for Tasha Museles
Tasha serves as the JCCGW Chief Development Officer where she oversees fundraising efforts on behalf of the Center. Tasha joined the Center in September, 2011 after serving as the Chief Development Officer for the Jewish Social Service Agency (JSSA). Prior to joining JSSA, Tasha served as the Senior Director of Development for the Asbury Foundation and was the Director of Major Gifts at the Shady Grove Adventist Hospital Foundation. Tasha earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin, Madison in 1989 and her Masters of Public Administration from the George Washington University in 1992. Museles is a member of Pi Alpha Alpha, the National Honors Society for graduate studies in public affairs and administration.
Accounting & Human Resources
Deborah D. Cainto
Nathan S. Bogart
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Stacy Katz Olivera
Communications & Marketing
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Ora Cohen Rosenfeld
Health & Fitness
Jewish Family Living & Learning
Tracey E. Dorfmann
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