Jewish Federation of Cleveland

Jewish Federation of Cleveland

Jewish Federation of Cleveland

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Company Description

Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland is an American nonprofit company located in Cleveland, OH. The firm operates a charity that engages in health and vitality of the Jewish community.

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Executives & Employees


Assistant Treasurer & Chief Financial Officer

Senior Vice President & Chief Development Officer

Director of Donor Stewardship

Managing Director/Development

Director of Annual Campaign

Director of Endowment Financial Reporting

Director of Professional Development & Education

Director International Operations

Director, Community Relations

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Advisors & Consultants

BDO USA, LLP is the United States Member Firm of BDO International, a global professional services network. BDO USA, LLP was founded as Seidman and Seidman in New York City in 1910 by three immigrant brothers: Maximillian L. Seidman, Francis E. Seidman, and Jacob S. Seidman.


RSM US LLP engages in the provision of accounting services. It offers audit, tax, consulting, and wealth management services. The firm serves the energy, government, life sciences, manufacturing, private equity, and real estate and construction industries. The company was founded by Ira B. McGladrey in 1926 and is headquartered in Chicago, IL.

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Jones Day (France), a subsidiary of Jones Day LP, is a French company located in Paris. The firm provides legal services.

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Of Counsel at Jones Day

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Neuberger Berman LLC Investment Services & Portfolio Management | New York, NY

Neuberger Berman BD offers clients investment solutions across asset classes, styles, capitalizations and geographies in both public and private markets, as well as multi-asset class solutions that bring them all together. For equity investments, the firm tends to focus on stocks with solid balance sheets, relatively low price-to-earnings ratios, low price-to-cash flow ratios, strong cash flows, above-average yields, sustainable earnings growth, reasonable valuation multiples relative to growth prospects, sound franchise values and significant insider ownership. They use both top-down and bottom-up analysis to select investments. In addition, Neuberger Berman uses options and futures and occasionally invests in ADRs and private equity opportunities.

Steinberg Asset Management LLC Investment Services & Portfolio Management | New York, NY

Steinberg Asset Management (SAM) is a value equity adviser that manages separate accounts in small-cap, small/mid-cap, mid-cap and all-cap value equity portfolios. The firm focuses on creating portfolios of long-term investments with asymmetric risk/reward profiles. Portfolios are built from the bottom up through in-house fundamental research. Portfolios typically consist of 25 to 40 stocks which SAM believes the risk of permanent loss of capital is small while the opportunity to grow capital over a 3-to-5 year investment horizon is significant. In addition, SAM typically identifies a “free or strategic call” for each investment which presents what they believes is an incremental opportunity for an additional return in excess of the estimated annualized return target established by their analysts.The firm's private funds may borrow from brokerage firms and banks to increase the amount of capital available for investment. They may borrow funds through entering into repurchase agreements, and may leverage their investment return with options, swaps, forwards and other derivative instruments. The funds may also invest in securities and other assets which are subject to legal or other restrictions on transfer or for which no liquid market exists.

Awards & Honors
Rank #355
The Chronicle of Philanthropy - Philanthropy 400
Rank #346
The Chronicle of Philanthropy - Philanthropy 400
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