James H. Shane

Director at Hillel International

James H. Shane

James H. Shane

Director at Hillel International

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James Shane is on the board of Hillel: The Foundation For Jewish Campus Life.

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Director at Hillel International

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President & Chief Executive Officer at The Jewish Federations of North America, Inc.

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Vice President for Global Philanthropy at JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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Former Managing Partner at Axcel Partners

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Former Labor Counsel at New York City Police Department

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President at Boston University Hillel

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Member, Board of Overseers at Boston Symphony Orchestra, Inc.

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Former Vice President of Development at The Maple Counseling Center

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Executive Director at Samuel & Saidye Bronfman Family Foundation

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Former Director, Talent Acquisition & Talent Development at City Year, Inc.

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James H. Shane
Director at Hillel International
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Director
Current

The largest Jewish campus organization in the world, Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life provides opportunities for Jewish students at more than 550 colleges and universities to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity through its global network of Hillels on campuses and communities around the world. Hillel's mission is to enrich the lives of Jewish students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Hillel’s vision is of a world where every student is inspired to make an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning and Israel. Hillel student leaders, professionals and lay leaders are dedicated to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for Jewish college students of all backgrounds, where they are encouraged to grow intellectually, spiritually and socially. Hillel teaches students relationship-building skills in a Jewish context and sets the framework for delivering the Jewish future. Our experience over the past 90 years has resulted in a personal, professional and global impact on the future of Jewish peoplehood. Hillel professionals on campus encourage students to pursue tzedek (social justice), tikkun olam (repairing the world) Jewish learning, and to support Israel and global Jewish peoplehood. Hillel is committed to excellence, innovation, accountability and results

Member, Board of Directors
Current

Brandeis University’s reputation for the involvement and activism of its students, its strong, student-led campus life, and its excellence as a center for teaching and research make the Brandeis campus one of the most dynamic and influential Jewish campus communities in the world. Hillel is the nerve center of that Jewish community, and its mission is to promote individual student growth as well as enrich the life of the campus as a whole. Hillel at Brandeis supports over 20 student clubs, performing arts groups, and special project committees each year.

Member, Advisory Board
Current
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$1 - $499
2013

The Educational Alliance currently serves 50,000 New Yorkers annually via 39 programs, including preschools, camps, after school programs, senior centers, health & wellness programs, arts & culture classes, and addiction recovery programs. All programs feature intergenerational and cross-cultural activities -- bringing together people from different backgrounds and age groups, so they can learn from and with each other. Who We Are The Educational Alliance is a non-profit organization that changes lives. Founded in 1889 to help Jewish immigrants get settled in the U.S., today we serve a broad and diverse group of downtown New Yorkers -- of all religions, ethnicities, races and socio-economic backgrounds. We help break the cycle of poverty for low-income children and families through our preschool, after school programs and college prep programs. We renew the minds & spirits of the weary through our art school. We provide companionship and meaningful activities for our older adults. We ensure that New York's hungry and homeless Jews have a place to get a warm kosher meal and a connection to the Jewish community. We give hope and support to people in despair through our addiction recovery programs. We're also home to downtown's most dynamic community center, The 14th Street Y, which has received the attention of the New York Times and New York Magazine

$1,000 - $4,999
2006

The Educational Alliance currently serves 50,000 New Yorkers annually via 39 programs, including preschools, camps, after school programs, senior centers, health & wellness programs, arts & culture classes, and addiction recovery programs. All programs feature intergenerational and cross-cultural activities -- bringing together people from different backgrounds and age groups, so they can learn from and with each other. Who We Are The Educational Alliance is a non-profit organization that changes lives. Founded in 1889 to help Jewish immigrants get settled in the U.S., today we serve a broad and diverse group of downtown New Yorkers -- of all religions, ethnicities, races and socio-economic backgrounds. We help break the cycle of poverty for low-income children and families through our preschool, after school programs and college prep programs. We renew the minds & spirits of the weary through our art school. We provide companionship and meaningful activities for our older adults. We ensure that New York's hungry and homeless Jews have a place to get a warm kosher meal and a connection to the Jewish community. We give hope and support to people in despair through our addiction recovery programs. We're also home to downtown's most dynamic community center, The 14th Street Y, which has received the attention of the New York Times and New York Magazine

$500 - $999
2005

Franciscan Hospital for Children, Inc. provides healthcare services for children. It offers a compassionate and positive environment where children with complex medical, mental health and educational needs receive specialized care. The company was founded in 1949 and is headquartered in Boston, MA.

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