Before taking over Hello Mazel, Angel served as executive director of Congregation Beth Sholom. Angel is a seasoned nonprofit professional with extensive experience in the development of comprehensive strategic plans, capital campaigns, and communication/marketing plans. He has provided strong leadership and strategic direction to organizations for more than 10 years.
Angel serves on the board of directors of Keshet, a national organization that works for full LGBTQ equality and inclusion in Jewish life. He studied business administration at St. Mary’s College of California and graphic design at the Art Institute of California, San Francisco.
Rabbi Noa Kushner received her B.A. in Religious Studies from Brown University and was ordained by Hebrew Union College, New York. She then served as the Hillel Rabbi for Sarah Lawrence College and Stanford University. After founding The Kitchen, Kushner was profiled in San Francisco Magazine's "Who Runs SF" Power Issue and was featured in the final Newsweek / Daily Beast 2013: Rabbis to Watch list.
Yoav Schlesinger attended Stanford University, where he received his B.A. in Jewish studies and Political Science. Since then, he has worked as a professional fundraiser, executive, and consultant for a range of nonprofit organizations. Yoav most recently served as the Executive Director of Reboot--a national network of cultural creatives, gathered to grapple with questions of Jewish identity and community in order to provide tools for making tradition more meaningful in modern life. In addition to building community, he enjoys trail running, discovering new ice cream flavors and nursing his addictions to NPR and The New Yorker.
Alison Pincus is co-founder of One Kings Lane. She serves on the board of directors for One Kings Lane, and is also spokesperson and evangelist for the company. A digital-media veteran, she previously held digital-marketing and business-development positions at The Walt Disney Company, NBC, and Hachette Filipacchi. Alison received her MBA from UCLA and her BS from UC Berkeley. She was named one of Fortune’s "Ones to Watch" in 2011 and was featured in Vanity Fair’s 2012 "New Establishment" list. She serves on the boards of San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum (the CJM) and the Aspen Art Museum. A food lover, Alison was ecstatic to be in Food & Wine’s "40 Under 40" in 2010 and enjoys exploring new places.
Randi Zuckerberg is the founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media and Editor-in-Chief of Dot Complicated, a newsletter and website helping us navigate and "untangle" our wired, wonderful lives.
As an early executive at Facebook, Randi created and ran the social media pioneer's marketing programs. She led the company's U.S. election and international politics strategy and created Facebook's live streaming initiatives during the 2008 Presidential Inauguration. Randi was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2011 for her innovative coverage of the 2010 mid-term elections that integrated online and TV coverage in unique formats.
Josh Levine is a brand strategist who has helped global brands engage customers and empower employees for more than 15 years. Today his agency Great Monday employs the tenets of invisible branding to help business leaders attract and retain communities of supporters inside and out. Josh holds a Bachelor of Science in Human Factors from Tufts University and a degree in Graphic Design from the Academy of Art University. He regularly speaks, writes, and leads workshops about the intersection of brand and business.