Jessica Flamholz is the Manager of Institutional Partnerships at SAGE, engaging corporate, foundation, and government partners to garner support for SAGE’s local and national programs.
Prior to joining SAGE, she spent nearly six years at JDC, the world’s largest Jewish humanitarian organization, where she cultivated close relationships with Jewish Federations, major funders, and stakeholders to garner support for priority programs. Working closely with lay leadership, she managed and ensured consistent growth of two key multi-million dollar campaigns for annual unrestricted funds and JDC’s endowment.
Previously, she worked at Park East Synagogue and Day School, as well as New York Communities for Change as a grassroots community organizer. Her time volunteering at the Yemin Orde Youth Village in Israel catalyzed her passion for social justice and empowering vulnerable populations.
Jessica earned her BA in Spanish and Italian from the University of Pittsburgh, with a focus on Medieval and Renaissance, Western European, and Latin American Studies.