Naomi Rabeeya, M.P.A.

Senior Manager of Donor Stewardship

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school/program: Debbie Friedman School of Sacred Music, Jerusalem-Based Programs, Pines School of Graduate Studies, School of Education
department: Institutional Advancement
campus: National, New York

Naomi “Nomi” Rabeeya served as Development Associate and Business Manager and Donor Stewardship Manager before becoming Senior Manager of Donor Stewardship in the Institutional Advancement department. In her current role, she facilitates communication across departments and campuses to enable reporting for major funds and endowments and overall stewardship strategy. She is spearheading the streamlining and administration of scholarship stewardship for Cincinnati, Los Angeles, New York and, in partnership with the Jerusalem campus, the Year-in-Israel scholarships. She is the Institutional Advancement representative in the Office of Student Support.

Nomi graduated magna cum laude and Phi Betta Kappa, with a B.A. in Anthropology and Sociology, and minor in Near Eastern and Judaic Studies, from Brandeis University, spending one year abroad at the University of Sydney. Nomi earned a M.P.A. in Nonprofit Management and Public Policy, with a specialization in management, from New York University’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. 

Nomi is a co-founder and executive committee member of a local political advocacy organization in Southern Brooklyn. She conducts member outreach and organizes special projects such as a yearly food and coat drive for a local school. Nomi was raised bi-lingual in Hebrew and continues to study Hebrew. She is of Sephardi and Ashkenazi descent; learning and maintaining multiple Jewish identities is very important to her.