Resource Development Manager
Donor and Community Relations
Born in Israel, and raised in Montreal, Millie moved with her family to Los Angeles in grade school and considers herself a native Angeleno. Her call to work with people, and her background as a Jewish communal professional, includes many years of cultivating and working alongside volunteers in the Development and Outreach, Alumni and Constituent Relations, Programming and Admissions areas at such institutions as: the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s Jewish Studies institute, the Lainer School, and most recently the American Jewish University. Prior to her Jewish communal work, Millie was a Human Resources professional for ten years.
Millie’s passion is volunteerism, and she has enthusiastically served as a lay leader in the community in various capacities for many years. Millie currently serves as V.P. of Member Engagement on the executive committee at Kehillat Israel. Additionally, she is a lay leader with El Nido Family Center, completed two years on the UC Santa Cruz Hillel Board, as well as served on the Parent Panel at Wildcat Days for the University of Arizona.
Millie holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from CSU, Northridge in Speech Communications. She and her husband, Paul, a pharmaceutical industry professional, have two children, Ariel and Seth. Ariel recently graduated from UC, Santa Cruz and is serving in the Peace Corps in Guatemala, while Seth is currently a student at the University of Arizona and an alumnus of a Jewish day school. Millie is pleased to be a part of BJE’s Donor and Community Relations team.