After years of serving in leadership roles in political campaigns and with local and national Jewish organizations, Jill is honored to join the Jewish Electorate Institute board.
Professionally, Jill runs Goldenberg Solutions Group, a consulting firm based in Newton, MA, serving nonprofit leaders nationally. Drawing on her experience as both a nonprofit executive and a lay leader, her clients trust her to design and deliver effective development and governance strategies, executive coaching, management consulting, and board trainings.
Jill is the former Executive Director of the Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education (PEJE) where she created and directed multiple development capacity-building programs, including Generations, which enabled 45 Jewish day schools to raise over $100 million in endowment funds in five years. She is also the former Associate Director of the Lawyers Clearinghouse on Affordable Housing and Homeless where she led development efforts and founded a legal services clinic for homeless clients at two shelters in Boston.
Jill has served as Board President of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston, co-chair of a successful capital campaign at the Rashi School, on the board of Boston’s Combined Jewish Philanthropies, and as development and governance chairs for multiple boards.
She is a graduate of Boston University School of Law and the University of Michigan. Jill and her husband, Sidney Kriger, are the proud parents of two young adult children, Maddie and Jonah, who live and work in Washington, DC and New York City, respectively.