Jack Friedman Secretary is the founder of Study Smart Tutors, where they provide college preparation services to students who were traditionally underserved. In addition to his role with Study Smart Tutors, Jack is a co-founder of Educational Gaming Services and Advanced Employment Group, which offers adults with unique abilities pathways to sustainable careers. He also serves as the Board Chair of the Youth Business Alliance.
Michele Bollinger has worked in the field of oncology for the past 20 years, providing consulting and management services to cancer centers, hospitals, hospitals systems and physician practices across the United States and internationally. Her experience includes strategic planning, developing feasibility studies, facilitating physician-hospital transactions, conducting market and program assessments, facility planning as well as program development and marketing. She served as Vice President at Aptium Oncology from 1998 through 2011, with responsibility for developing new business relationships, leading large-scale consulting projects, and managing the Company’s corporate marketing and public relations efforts. Bollinger received an MBA with Honors from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor’s Degree from UCSD.
Elizabeth Saiger Elizabeth Saiger is a systems thinker and organizer. Professionally she works in academic operations in the field of Education Reform and is currently the Director of Academic Operations at Ednovate Charter Schools, a network of high performing charter high schools. She is active in her synagogue IKAR and in organizing parents events at her children’s schools. She loves making connections and learning and was part of the Avodah Professional Fellowship as well as the NewGround Fellowship. She met her husband at Camp Ramah as a counselor and they have 3 children – Manya, Phineas and Avra.
Steven Weinstein Board ChairSteven Weinstein Board Chair spends his days as CEO of Seismic Capital Capital, an early-stage tech investment firm based in Los Angeles that he and his partners created to democratize venture investing in young companies. Over his adult life, he has worked in many capacities – journalist, marketing executive, technology manager, CEO – and he has always taken the long view towards making things better. Because he believes so strongly that things can and should be better and fairer, he spends his evenings and weekends helping social justice organizations including Tzedek America, which he joined before its formation, to strive for a fairer world.