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Eric M. Leiderman

Co-Founder & Director at Masorti on Campus

Work History


Co-Founder & Interim Executive Director

Masorti on Campus | New York, NY

Responsible for implementation of long term mission and overseeing all programs & projects.

Development of long term vision and goals for the organization: Devising organizational structure and strategic plan; Developing operations and programming plan; Implementing fundraising strategy; Generating new ideas for campus and educational projects; Overseeing campus & community outreach.


President & CEO

Chabad Chevra | West Hartford, CT

Led the student board and oversaw general management of the organization, including its $200,000 annual budget. Responsible for implementation of new long term vision and overseeing all programing & projects. Acted as the official student representative at university functions.

Prior board position: Treasurer & Member-at-Large (2010-2012)
Oversaw financial accounting for the organization, including deficit reduction.
Worked on development of long term vision and goals for the organization; Advised and drafted new organizational structure; Developed operations plan; Implemented new marketing strategy involving social media; Generated ideas for fundraising and educational projects. 


Communications Director

Chabad Chevra | West Hartford, CT

Oversaw brand development and advertising, web site traffic growth and web site UI; Developed program specific marketing strategy; Directed expansion into social media.


Communications Coordinator

Camp Ramah in the Berkshires | Englewood, NJ | Wingdale, NY

Oversaw staff photographers and videographers for content creation and cataloging.
Managed the Digital Arts Group: photography, video, and radio programs. Maintained social media.
Worked directly with Director of Strategic Initiatives and Communications to craft promotional materials. 
Previous Year-Round Position: Special Projects Assistant (2009 – 2013)
Previous Summer Positions: 1) Radio Station Manager (2011 – 2014) 
2) Bunk Counselor for children ages 8 to 10 (2009 – 2010)



Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Sociology and Religious Studies

Binghamton University

Major: Sociology, with concentration in globalization and development. Minor: Religious Studies.


Bachelor of Arts (B.A.), Jewish Studies 

University of Hartford (Incomplete)

Associate of Science (A.S.), Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities with Honors

Bergen Community College

Judith K. Winn School of Honors, Dean's List


Fellowship, Talmud & Rabbinic Literature

The Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS)

Nishma: Summer Fellowship


Nativ: The College Leadership Program in Israel

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