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Maggie Bar-Tura

Vice President, Fundraising

Ameinu

HQ Phone: (212) 366-1194

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Ameinu

424 W. 33Rd Street Suite 150

New York City, New York 10001

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Operating Officer

Foundation for Jewish Camp

Executive Director of the Office of Management

UJA Federation of New York

Executive Director

Carmel Institute for Social Research

Executive Director

The Israel Movement for Reform and Progressive Judaism

Affiliations

Member
Kibbutz Hulda

Secretary-General
Movement for Progressive Judaism

Web References (29 Total References)


Ameinu - About Us - Bios

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Maggie Bar-Tura, Board Member Maggie Bar-Tura, Ameinu's Vice President, Fundraising, is the Chief Operating Officer of the Foundation for Jewish Camping. She previously served as Executive Director of the Office of Management and Budget at UJA-Federation of New York.

Maggie lived in Israel for more than three decades, most of that time as a member of Kibbutz Hulda.
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Maggie has translated numerous works from Hebrew into English, including Amos Oz's works: "In the Land of Israel," "The Slopes of Lebanon," and "The Story Begins."


Ameinu - About Us - Bios

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Maggie Bar-Tura, Board Member Maggie Bar-Tura, Ameinu's Vice President, Fundraising, is the Chief Operating Officer of the Foundation for Jewish Camping. She previously served as Executive Director of the Office of Management and Budget at UJA-Federation of New York.

Maggie lived in Israel for more than three decades, most of that time as a member of Kibbutz Hulda. During that period she held a variety of positions including Executive Director of the Carmel Institute for Social Studies and Policy in Zichron Yaakov, founding Director of the Department of Resource Development and Special Projects of the United Kibbutz Movement and Executive Director of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism.
Maggie has translated numerous works from Hebrew into English, including Amos Oz's works: "In the Land of Israel," "The Slopes of Lebanon," and "The Story Begins."


Ameinu - Contact Us - Ameinu Chapters

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Maggie Bar-Tura


Maggie Bar-Tura, Vice ...

ameinu.net [cached]

Maggie Bar-Tura, Vice President, Fundraising Maggie Bar-Tura, Ameinu's Vice President, Fundraising, is the Chief Operating Officer of the Foundation for Jewish Camping.She previously served as Executive Director of the Office of Management and Budget at UJA-Federation of New York.

Maggie lived in Israel for more than three decades, most of that time as a member of Kibbutz Hulda.During that period she held a variety of positions including Executive Director of the Carmel Institute for Social Studies and Policy in Zichron Yaakov, founding Director of the Department of Resource Development and Special Projects of the United Kibbutz Movement and Executive Director of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism.
Maggie has translated numerous works from Hebrew into English, including Amos Oz's works: "In the Land of Israel," "The Slopes of Lebanon," and "The Story Begins."


Maggie Bar-Tura, Vice ...

ameinu.net [cached]

Maggie Bar-Tura, Vice President, Fundraising Maggie Bar-Tura, Ameinu's Vice President, Fundraising, is the Chief Operating Officer of the Foundation for Jewish Camping.She previously served as Executive Director of the Office of Management and Budget at UJA-Federation of New York.

Maggie lived in Israel for more than three decades, most of that time as a member of Kibbutz Hulda.During that period she held a variety of positions including Executive Director of the Carmel Institute for Social Studies and Policy in Zichron Yaakov, founding Director of the Department of Resource Development and Special Projects of the United Kibbutz Movement and Executive Director of the Israel Movement for Progressive Judaism.
Maggie has translated numerous works from Hebrew into English, including Amos Oz's works: "In the Land of Israel," "The Slopes of Lebanon," and "The Story Begins."

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