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Samantha Fleischer, Jewish Inclusion Apprentice

National Leadership Program, Summer 2016, Fall/Winter 2016, Spring 2017

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Samantha Fleischer

Samantha Fleischer was a Jewish Inclusion Apprentice with RespectAbility in the Summer 2016, Fall 2016, and Spring 2017 Cohorts. Today, Fleischer works for the Navy League of the United States as a Development Associate.

As an Apprentice, Fleischer assisted with a synagogue inclusion project in New York, conducted research and wrote philanthropic grant proposals, managed fundraising mailing campaigns, assisted in managing the Jewish inclusion social media accounts, and engaged with Congressional staffers on Capitol Hill. Prior to joining RespectAbility, Fleischer worked as Manager for Amazing Art Studio, Interned at The Goddard School, a Substitute Teacher at Matan Kids and a Senior Inclusion Counselor at a Camp hosted by the Jewish Community Center of Greater Washington.

Fleischer is a graduate from the University of Maryland College Park with a Bachelor of Arts in Women’s Studies.


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