Program Director of Engagement Initiatives at Foundation for Jewish Camp

In her work at FJC, Alina Bitel designs a holistic approach to camper and staff engagement from less-involved demographic groups through community partnerships, targeted marketing, consultations, and staff training. She also directs the Cornerstone Fellowship, promoting Jewish cultural change at camp through educational training for counselors and leadership development for supervisory staff. Previously, she was worked with children, teens, and young adults at the Marks JCH. Alina earned her BA in Psychology and Russian and Slavic Studies at New York University and her MSW at Columbia University. She is a graduate of the JCC Association Merrin Fellowship and holds a certificate of Executive Education from the Muehlstein Institute for Jewish Professional Leadership.