SCOTT MINKOW APPOINTED ASSISTANT
DIRECTOR OF DEVELOPMENT AND PUBLIC RELATIONS AT HEBREW UNION COLLEGE-JEWISH
INSTITUTE OF RELIGION
Rabbi David Ellenson, President of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion, has announced the appointment of Scott Minkow as HUC-JIR's Assistant
Director of Development and Public Relation for the Los Angeles campus. As of
November 24, 2003, he has been working to enhance the public relations outreach
of the Los Angeles campus and advancing the Development Office-Western Region's
goals to raise funds for the College-Institute.
Fredi Rembaum, Director of Development, Western Region of HUC-JIR, stated:
"We welcome Scott Minkow as the newest member of our team who brings great
talent and skills in individual and event based solicitation, conference planning,
campaign strategic planning, and collaboration with marketing and communications."
Jean Bloch Rosensaft, Senior National Director of Public Affairs and Institutional
Planning, added, "Scott Minkow has a critically important institutional
role in raising HUC-JIR's profile as the leadership development center for Reform
Judaism through his outreach to the media throughout the Western United States
Minkow will be responsible for elements of HUC-JIR/LA's annual and capital
campaign and special events related to those campaigns while serving as the
public affairs contact for that campus. Scott excelled in fundraising and leadership
development at The Jewish Federation of Los Angeles, where he served as Assistant
Director of the Metropolitan & Western Region and Director of Campaign Administration
and Policy. As the Associate Campaign Director for the Home for Jewish Parents
in Oakland, CA, he was instrumental in the development direction of a $20 million
capital campaign. Prior to graduate school he worked as Program Staff at Brandeis
Collegiate Institute in Los Angeles and Case Clerk at a prominent law firm in
He earned the M.A. in Jewish Communal Service from HUC-JIR in 1999, the M.S.W.
from the University of Southern California, and a B.A. from Stanford University
in American Studies.