Amy Kovler Rosenberg, Assistant Director of Development, Broward County
Amy Rosenberg joins the Hillel team as of August 2018 with a passion to share the mission of Hillel with donors to ensure every Jewish student has the opportunity for engaging Jewish experiences.
Amy is a nonprofit leader with over 20 years’ experience in Jewish communal life. Her passion for building inclusive community is evident by her volunteer commitments including past board chair of the David Posnack JCC in Davie, FL. She also serves on the national board of the Jewish Community Center Association of North America as chair of the JCC Maccabi Games committee. After moving to Boca Raton in 2013, Amy became a trustee of the Jewish Women’s Foundation of the Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County.
Amy and her late husband Hal raised their sons, Eric and Lee in Cooper City, Broward County. Eric and Lee both attended Birthright with their respective Hillel communities, Eric with Vanderbilt and Lee at University of Miami.
Amy earned an MBA from George Washington University. She grew up in Surfside, Florida. In her spare time, Amy loves spending time with her family and friends, taking adventurous vacations, and enjoying the great outdoors.