Joe Goldberg is a Program Associate on the U.S. Jewish Grantmaking team at the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation where he works to support organizations that are creating a more inclusive, accessible Judaism for all that choose to engage. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where he majored in political science, and received a minor in history, with a dual focus in International Diplomacy in the Middle East and West Asia and the American Political Power Structure. As an undergraduate, Joe served on Hillel's Governing Board, held various roles in Central Student Government, and participated on the Michigan Mock Trial team. Prior to attending Michigan, Joe lived in Jerusalem, as part of the Kivunim gap year experience. Joe is an avid St. Louis Cardinals fan and Ted Drewes' Frozen Custard enthusiast. In his spare time, Joe can be found cooking, doing hot yoga, exploring the DC food scene, or playing baseball on the National Mall.
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