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Jewish Family & Children’s Service is announcing Jonathan Levin as the new senior director of philanthropic services.
An industry leader with a proven record of accomplishment in philanthropic development, Mr. Levin will oversee fundraising initiatives, donor engagement and supervise team members toward success, according to a press release.
“Jonathan’s experience and knowledge in fundraising makes him well-suited to take on this role at JFCS,” said Len Gutman, vice president of Philanthropic Services at Jewish Family & Children’s Service, in a prepared statement.
Mr. Levin is a long-time development professional, having held the position of vice president of development for Zeta Beta Tau Foundation for over five years. Other previous experience includes roles at the executive level in technology, commercial real estate management and banking.
A University of Wisconsin alumnus, Levin is active in various community organizations, such as the Fiesta Bowl Committee, Paul Harris Fellow for the Scottsdale Rotary Club, and is a past board member for Arizona Sports & Entertainment Authority.
“I am a strong supporter of what JFCS does for the community and for supporting individuals and families of all ages and backgrounds,” Mr. Levin said. “I am excited to join the team and take on this role to further the critical mission of JFCS by fostering valuable donor relationships.”