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Boston Jewish Film Announces Susan K. Adler as New Executive Director

Boston Jewish Film is pleased to announce the appointment of Susan Adler as the new Executive Director. Adler brings more than 20 years experience in leading nonprofits, extensive development work, and strategic planning to the organization. She previously held executive roles at Cradles to Crayons, Inc., The ALS Association, and the Utility Contractors’ Association of New England, Inc.

Adler’s background includes the development and management of many organization’s corporate and community relations along with philanthropic support and individual giving. In her latest role as Director of Corporate Relations at Cradles to Crayons, she was responsible for leading the corporate development strategy, managing fundraising, developing community relations, expanding business partnerships, and executing special events to increase revenue goals.

“I am excited to be joining an organization that brings together communities and combines my passion for film and culture. Having worked with both national and local organizations in my career, I was happy to find a position at a growing Boston organization that truly brings people together to be, engaged, educated, and entertained” said Adler.

Board President, Taren Metson said, “We are thrilled to have someone with Susan’s impressive background join Boston Jewish Film. Her notable track record of leading nonprofits and cultivating relationships with the community and will continue to lead Boston Jewish Film through its next stage of dramatic growth and expansion.”

“In my role as the Executive Director of New England’s largest film-based organization, I look forward to expanding the reach and mission of Boston Jewish Film as a year-round film and media organization. As we recently saw with the first Boston Israeli Film Festival earlier this month, we successfully engaged a new audience in the community which resulted in stellar attendance and multiple sold out events,” said Adler.

Adler’s family has strong roots and close ties to the Brookline community. She then moved to Sharon to raise her family and now resides in the Metrowest area.

Boston Jewish Film also announces the following board changes effective in 2019:

Taren Metson, Board President

Barbara Resnek, Past President

Doreen Beinart, Vice President

Lee K. Forgosh, Vice President

Dana Volman, Vice President      

About Boston Jewish Film

Boston Jewish Film offers the finest in film programming, education, and conversation to audiences across the Greater Boston community. Created in 1989 as the Boston Jewish Film Festival, it is now the largest film-based organization in New England, welcoming more than 15,000 attendees annually. From year-round premieres to its marquee Fall Festival – one of the oldest and most prestigious Jewish film festivals in the world – the not-for-profit arts organization hosts screenings, discussions with filmmakers, multi-media presentations, live podcasts, music and dance performances, and ReelAbilities Boston — the city’s disability film festival. Boston Jewish Film invites the community to Go Beyond the Screen and celebrate the global Jewish experience.

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