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Ms. Jillian Wagenheim

Director, Family and Corporate Philanthropy

Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

Direct Phone: (404) ***-****       

Email: j***@***.org

Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

1440 Spring Street

Atlanta, Georgia 30309

United States

Company Description

The Epstein School is a Solomon Schechter Day School established in 1973 by Rabbi Harry H.Epstein and the visionary leaders of Ahavath Achim Synagogue in recognition of the need for a Conservative Jewish day school in Atlanta. The Epstein School serves st... more

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Affiliations

Senior Philanthropic Advisor
The United Jewish Communities Inc

Education

Bachelor of Arts
Elementary Education
Michigan State University

Web References (95 Total References)


Contact Us | Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

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Director, Family and Corporate Philanthropy, Jillian Wagenheim


General Assembly 2014 - November 9-11

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21/64 Consulting Services

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Jillian Wagenheim

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Jillian Wagenheim
Director of Family and Corporate Philanthropy, Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta
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Jillian Wagenheim is currently the Director of Family and Corporate Philanthropy at the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta. She began her six-year tenure in the Women & Philanthropy Department where she learned the ins and outs of development work. In recent years, she has held the title of both Senior Philanthropic Advisor and Senior Development Officer focusing on the "Under 40" population. This has included working with the Atlanta members of Jewish Federations of North America's National Young Leadership Cabinet, managing the "Under 40" Major Donor Campaign, and maintaining a portfolio of several hundred donors whom she assisted in reaching their philanthropic goals. As a result of a generous gift by an Atlanta family, she worked with two generations of family members to develop and lead a mission to Israel and Poland tailored to engage future leadership, ages 30-45. Over the last two years, she has been instrumental in building the Atlanta Federation's Family Philanthropy program. In addition to her work with the "Under 40" population, Jillian's responsibilities were expanded this past year as she helped to create a comprehensive Corporate Sponsorship program, which she now manages.
Before joining Federation in 2007, Jillian was the Director of Membership Services at Ahavath Achim Synagogue, the largest and oldest Conservative synagogue in Atlanta. While there, she implemented programs focused on engaging the next generation in synagogue life which earned the synagogue national recognition with a Gold Solomon Schechter Award. Prior to working in the Jewish community, Jillian taught 5th grade in an Atlanta elementary school for three years after earning a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Michigan State University in 2002.


21/64 and What We Are Reading

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Jillian Wagenheim is the Director of Family Philanthropy at the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and a certified trainer at 21/64. Jillian can be reached at jwagenheim@jfga.org.


21/64 Speaking and Writing Services

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Jillian Wagenheim

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Jillian Wagenheim
Director of Family and Corporate Philanthropy, Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta
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Jillian Wagenheim is currently the Director of Family and Corporate Philanthropy at the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta. She began her six-year tenure in the Women & Philanthropy Department where she learned the ins and outs of development work. In recent years, she has held the title of both Senior Philanthropic Advisor and Senior Development Officer focusing on the "Under 40" population. This has included working with the Atlanta members of Jewish Federations of North America's National Young Leadership Cabinet, managing the "Under 40" Major Donor Campaign, and maintaining a portfolio of several hundred donors whom she assisted in reaching their philanthropic goals. As a result of a generous gift by an Atlanta family, she worked with two generations of family members to develop and lead a mission to Israel and Poland tailored to engage future leadership, ages 30-45. Over the last two years, she has been instrumental in building the Atlanta Federation's Family Philanthropy program. In addition to her work with the "Under 40" population, Jillian's responsibilities were expanded this past year as she helped to create a comprehensive Corporate Sponsorship program, which she now manages.
Before joining Federation in 2007, Jillian was the Director of Membership Services at Ahavath Achim Synagogue, the largest and oldest Conservative synagogue in Atlanta. While there, she implemented programs focused on engaging the next generation in synagogue life which earned the synagogue national recognition with a Gold Solomon Schechter Award. Prior to working in the Jewish community, Jillian taught 5th grade in an Atlanta elementary school for three years after earning a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education from Michigan State University in 2002.

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