JF&CS is pleased to announce that Jill Snider has joined the agency as a senior philanthropic advisor. Jill comes to JF&CS with more than 10 years of experience in institutional advancement, including five years of leadership and resource development within Greater Boston’s Jewish community.
Originally from Wellesley, Jill joins JF&CS after four years at the Greater Boston Food Bank (GBFB), the largest hunger-relief organization in New England. GBFB distributes healthy food to individuals and families struggling with food insecurity through a network of agency partners like JF&CS Family Table. Ensuring that children, families and older adults have access to the nutritious food they need to lead healthy lives is extremely important to Jill. She’s excited that she will be able to work with Family Table and continue raising awareness and funds to support our neighbors in need.
Earlier in her career, Jill worked at the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) and at Combined Jewish Philanthropies. She is thrilled to be coming back to her roots and once again donning the hat of Jewish communal professional.
At JF&CS, Jill will be part of the institutional advancement team. Her primary role will be raising the charitable dollars needed to support the vital programs of JF&CS. She will also be working with the Tree of Life Society, which recognizes the agency’s legacy donors. Jill is especially passionate about connecting donors’ philanthropic goals with their financial and estate plans and ensuring that JF&CS can continue impacting lives for generations to come.
Jill has a master’s degree in public administration and Hebrew and Judaic studies from New York University, and a bachelor’s degree in religion from Middlebury College.
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