Pro Bono Consulting
UJA-Federation's Management Assistance Program matches organizations in our network of beneficiary agencies with seasoned professionals willing to serve as limited-time pro bono consultants. MAP consultants share their professional skills with agencies that need their expertise, working on a variety of challenging and rewarding projects.
Meet MAP Consultants
Sharon Lewis, a business strategy consultant, has been working through UJA-Federation's Management Assistance Program (MAP) to help the Riverdale Y with its business plan. Learn more about her work with UJA-Federation. Learn more about Sharon's work with UJA-Federation.
Karen Adler, a management consultant, has used her experience in the professional world to assist, through UJA-Federation’s Management Assistance Program, in the integration of two Queens Jewish Community Centers. Learn more about Karen's work with UJA-Federation.
Become a Synagogue Consultant
The Synagogue Leadership Development Project matches experts in marketing, fund development, and volunteer engagement with New York–area synagogues for short-term, discrete consulting projects. Volunteers will gain new skills and experience within the Jewish community, experience meaningful contributions to help synagogues fulfill their mission, work with consultants and synagogue leadership, and participate in a community of practice with other pro bono synagogue consultants. More information.