New Director of Outreach and Programming for Quebec and Atlantic Canada: Joshua Wolfe
We are excited to announce that Joshua Wolfe has joined the CJPAC team as our new Director of Outreach and Programming for Quebec and Atlantic Canada. Joshua comes to CJPAC with a great deal of experience and knowledge in Jewish community, outreach and work with other cultural communities, government relations, programming and event coordination.
In his own words:
“This is an immensely proud moment for me. Having worked in the organized Jewish community for the past several years and in the Quebec government before that, joining CJPAC feels like the perfect way for me to move forward in my professional career.
I will be able to put the knowledge I have of both community and government, at all three levels, to work, with an exceptional team of colleagues dedicated toward political engagement with the Jewish and pro-Israel communities of Quebec and Atlantic Canada.”
Please find Josh’s biography below and feel free to reach out to him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joshua Wolfe is a government relations and community outreach specialist who graduated from Princeton University where he majored in Near Eastern Studies. After graduation, he spent five years as a political advisor to a Member of the Quebec National Assembly. In 2012, he joined CIJA’s Quebec office to lead their government relations team. While there he also endeavored to build bridges with Montreal’s various other cultural communities. He has been politically active at all levels of government, and was most recently named by Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante as a member of her newly-created Roundtable on Diversity, Inclusion and the Fight Against Discrimination.