MAZON is not just a Jewish response to hunger, it is the Jewish response to hunger — the collective voice of an age-old people who know how to change the world. Through MAZON, we express our particular passion for justice and our communal commitment to uplifting all people.
Emily Rothstein is the Community Engagement Manager at MAZON, and works to build visibility and support, and mobilize engagement for MAZON by identifying and developing relationships with individuals and Jewish community-based organizations. Emily most recently worked at The iCenter for Israel Education where she was responsible for Development and Operations. In addition, she has held positions at The Nachshon Project, NCJW-LA, and Nazun. Emily holds a dual-degree Master’s in Jewish Nonprofit Management from HUC-JIR and Public Administration from the University of Southern California, as a Nachshon Project Graduate Fellow. She obtained her BS in Community and Nonprofit Leadership from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.