NCJW Pittsburgh hires executive director

NCJW Pittsburgh hires executive director

Jodi C. Hirsh is the new executive director of the The National Council of Jewish Women, Pittsburgh Section. The local NCJW selected her following an extensive search process.
Hirsh has a background as a community activist in nonprofit management, and social justice, individual rights and freedoms.
She recently served as vice president for operations at Planned Parenthood of Western Pennsylvania, where she advocated for women’s health care and reproductive justice at the national and international levels.
Hirsh also has served on a number of boards, including the Pennsylvania Alliance for Democracy, Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates/Planned Parenthood Association of Pennsylvania, Wilkinsburg Neighbors United, the Project to End Human Trafficking and the Three Rivers Community Foundation.
“Jodi Hirsh is a leader of substance, vision, and fortitude. I have no doubt that under her guidance NCJW will continue to build upon its rich history of providing exceptional and innovative services to our community,” NCJW-Pittsburgh President Susan L. Nitzberg said in a prepared statement.