Based in Manhattan, Margot Steinberg has over 20 years of experience in the nonprofit world.
Margot has held a number of executive development positions ranging from National Director of Programs for the American Committee of the Weizmann Institute, a Fundraising Executive and Major Gifts Officer at the American Technion Society for Technion-Israel Institute of Technology to the Institute of International Education’s (IIE) Director of Individual Giving and IIE’s Scholar Rescue Fund’s Chief Development Officer.
Not-for-profits continue to rely on her expertise to help them focus on board development and retention of donors as well as strategic planning for new funding resources. She works with high-net worth individuals, philanthropic leaders from Fortune 500 companies, and private and corporate foundation representatives to engage them in philanthropic activities.
Margot continues to demonstrate her unwavering passion for Jewish-related causes and leverages support for initiatives from like-minded individuals and new demographic sectors.
Or Shkolnik, Creative Director
After graduating from Film and Television Studies in Tel-Aviv University, Or worked as a professional video editor and cinematographer for several years, before joining as a digital restoration artist at Realworks Studios.
Or worked on digitally restoring the film used in the acclaimed documentary "The Decent One" (2014), based on 151 sources of archival footage. His next project was to lead the restoration of the Israeli classic "Three Days and a Child" (1967) by Uri Zohar - the first feature film remastering officially done in Israel.