Join us for the first in a series in which JCRC executive director Jeremy Burton sits down with colleagues who are the regional and local professional leaders of the member organizations that make up our community relations council. Please join us as we showcase the breadth of our community, learn about the diversity of our members and lift up the valuable work achieved by our community’s organizational network.
Dalit Ballen Horn, Executive Director, The Vilna Shul
Prior to joining The Vilna Shul, Dalit Ballen Horn served as the vice president of strategic partnerships and impact at the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, where she held key responsibilities in furthering the organization’s national strategy, vision and fundraising efforts. Dalit designed and implemented cutting-edge and creative approaches to expand the institute’s partnerships, educational and programmatic agendas, visibility and effectiveness. Prior to this role, Dalit served as assistant director at AJC’s Belfer Center for American Pluralism.
Dalit received a BA in history from Columbia University, a BA in Jewish thought from the Jewish Theological Seminary and a master’s in public policy from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, where she studied management, leadership and organizational design. She is both an alumnus of the Wexner Graduate Fellowship and a Davidson Scholar. She lives in Brookline with her husband and their two sons.+ More... - Less...
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