Janet Rosenblum
Director of Advancement
Janet Rosenblum joined the Beit T'Shuvah staff as the Director of Advancement in the Spring of 2016. She has worked extensively in fundraising and public relations and served as the Director of Development for Sinai Akiba Academy, affiliated with Sinai Temple, for 13 years prior to joining Beit T'Shuvah. Janet was instrumental in building the school’s comprehensive fundraising program including annual giving, capital campaigns and the school’s first formal endowment initiative known as Generations.

At Beit T'Shuvah, Janet oversees a department of six dedicated professionals who are responsible for raising the necessary funds to supplement Beit T'Shuvah's operating budget and to ensure that the organization can stay true to its mission of helping anyone in need regardless of their ability to pay for treatment services.

Janet began her career as a deputy to Congressman Mel Levine and worked in his Washington D.C. office and later served as the chief of staff for his district office in Los Angeles. She has served on the boards of both Sinai Akiba Academy and the LA Jewish Federation. Janet is a graduate of the Wexner Heritage Foundation, a Jewish learning and leadership development program. Janet has presented at NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools), the PEJE (Partnership for Jewish Education) and the 501C Fundraising conferences, and has been recognized for her work in alumni relations and endowment building. Janet is a graduate of the University of Southern California with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism/Public Relations and is married to Robert Rosenblum. They have two children, Michael, who is married to Jamie, and Sarah.

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