FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 2, 2023
Repair The World Welcomes Celia Livshin as Senior Director of National Partnerships Strategy
Repair the World, an organization which mobilizes Jews and their communities to take action to pursue a just world, welcomes Celia Livshin (she/her) as the senior director of national partnerships strategy. In this role, Celia will lead Repair’s national partnerships strategy in enhancing and expanding the Jewish Service Alliance through creating new and customized partnerships, and initiating collective impact across partner organizations.
“Celia brings knowledge, relationships, and strategic insight to Repair as we work to broaden our partnerships throughout the country,” said Shana Bloom, Chief Program Officer at Repair the World. “We are excited to have her on board and believe her experience and expertise are a perfect fit with Repair’s mission, which sits at the intersection of social change Jewish connection and learning.”
A native Midwesterner, Celia started her career in coordinating weddings and events before making the leap into the Jewish non-profit sector. For the last ten years, Celia has worked at BBYO coaching professionals across the Midwest, East Coast, and Canada to create opportunities and programs allowing thousands of teens to find their home in the Jewish world. Celia lives in Cleveland, OH with her husband, Gene, and their three children and rescue pup, Rooney.
“I am thrilled to take on this next challenge in my professional journey. Working with Repair the World affords me the opportunity to fuse my passion for tikkun olam, Judaism, and relationship building. I am moved by the mission of Repair the World, and look forward to embracing the community,” says Celia.
About Repair the World
Through Repair the World, Jews and their communities take action to pursue a just world. Repair’s visionary partnerships with national Jewish engagement organizations enables partners to catalyze their communities in meaningful service and Jewish learning through training, consultation, and shared programming. For more information, please visit https://werepair.org.
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