The Jewish Community Foundation Of San Diego Adds New Talent To Its Team
Since 1967, the Jewish Community Foundation of San Diego (JCF) has made it its mission to offer philanthropic services that are unparalleled in quality. The recent additions of Eli Landau and Amy Scher to its professional staff exemplify the foundation’s drive to continue to serve the San Diego community.
Marjory Kaplan, president and chief executive officer of the Jewish Community Foundation, states that, “It is our goal to hire the best and brightest in order to ensure that our families and funds receive the highest quality level of philanthropic service.”
Eli Landau has been brought on as controller for the Jewish Community Foundation due to his previous experience as a corporate controller in both the private and public sectors. Landau has held positions at the American Golf Corporation, Deloitte and Touche, LLP, and most recently served as controller of American Commercial Equities, LLC.
Amy Scher, who has served as the foundation’s manager of philanthropy, will step into the expanded role of new young funders program manager. As the of overseer of programming and philanthropic projects for younger funders, Scher has been able to create philanthropic-based programs to engage and inspire the next generation of givers.
Presidential chairs of the Jewish Community Foundation, Miriam and Jerome Katzin, note that they “are confident that Eli and Amy will enhance the Foundation’s impact and add value to our organization.”