Adam Soclof is a marketing professional with 10+ years experience. Most recently, he was The Jewish Education Project’s Director of Marketing and Communications, leading in-house strategic consulting plus day-to-day support for branding and growth of programs, operations, and development.
Beginning with the Schusterman Insight Fellowship, his decade of Jewish nonprofit work has spanned many sectors – entertainment, journalism, and education – that include start-ups, friends-of, and foundation settings. He spent more than four years with Jewish Telegraphic Agency, a news company where he worked as Assistant Director of Outreach and Partnerships marketing and published hundreds of articles, including a weekly “This Week in Jewish History” newsletter; he also has consulted as marketing and outreach manager for ROI Community.
Before moving to New York, Adam worked in Hebrew school, day school, overnight camp, and teen summer programs in the U.S. and Israel. He is an alum of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor (his hometown) and professional networks including The Marketing Academy, PresenTense, ROI Community, and UJA-Federation of New York Shapiro Fellowship.