Rachel Wasserman, 33, is the director of the Jewish Women's Fund of Atlanta and PG&E manager of special projects at the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta.
Rachel received her B.A. in Psychology and Judaic Studies from Brown University, her M.A. in Jewish Studies from the Jewish Theological Seminary, and her M.S.W. in Advanced Generalist Practice and Programming from the Columbia University School of Social Work.
Rachel has been a caseworker for the Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, program services associate for the Jewish Community Center of Manhattan, social work intern and individual therapist at the Fordham-Tremont Community Mental Health Center, social work intern at UJA-Federation of New York, and contracts compliance administrator and grants manager at Greyston Foundation.
She was a member of AVODAH: Jewish Social Service Corps, Westchester Association of Development Officers, and Young Israel of North Riverdale youth committee.
currently spends her
time volunteering for Beth Jacob
In 2013, Rachel
received the Federation's Pinnacle Award, which recognizes a Federation professional in their first three years of employment who exemplified understanding of the organization's mission and applied that through work with lay leaders.