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Rona Sheramy
Executive Director

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e: rsheramy (at) jfew (dot) org

Rona is thrilled and honored to lead JFEW, an organization dedicated for more than a century to women’s education and economic mobility.  She previously served as Executive Director of the Association for Jewish Studies, where she worked to support and expand the mission of the largest learned society and professional organization dedicated to the advancement of Jewish Studies scholarship and teaching.  Rona graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Michigan and received a PhD from Brandeis University in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies. She has published numerous articles and is a frequent speaker on topics related to Jewish Studies and education. She has also worked extensively with graduate students and young scholars providing career coaching and professional guidance.

Snezhana Valdman Orlando
Director of Finance and Administration

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e: svaldman (at) jfew (dot) org

Snezhana Valdman Orlando graduated from New York University with a B.A. in Political Science, and has worked at JFEW since 2007. She is proud to further the work of JFEW in supporting women’s education.


Stacey Winter
Program Director

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e: swinter (at) jfew (dot) org

Stacey Winter joins JFEW with a background in philanthropic giving, nonprofit management and economic development for women in need. Most recently, Stacey was Program Director for the Taproot Foundation and Senior Program Officer for the Liz Claiborne Foundation. She holds a B.A. from Lehigh University and an M.P.A. from Columbia University and is thrilled to be helping further educational opportunities for young women.



Holly Rosen Fink
Communications Manager

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e: hfink (at) jfew (dot) org

Holly Rosen Fink has had an extensive career in marketing and communications at companies such as Lifetime Television, Nickelodeon, and John Wiley & Sons. In more recent years, she has focused on strategic digital engagement working with organizations such as the United Nations Foundation and co-founded the non-profit Neighbors for Refugees. Holly attended Hebrew University and the University of Georgia. Having worked with many organizations that advance girls and women such as ONE, Save the Children, and Every Mother Counts, she's thrilled to bring her knowledge and expertise to an organization that empowers young women by ensuring both a college education and opportunities for advancement.

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