OneTable Announces Leadership Team Expansion to Support Increased Demand in DIY Shabbat Dinners
On Track to Surpass 250,000 Unique Participants in 2023, OneTable Adds Three Key Positions.
(January 4, 2023) – OneTable, a national non-profit organization that empowers people in their 20s and 30s to envision new rituals and build community through Shabbat dinner, announced the expansion of its leadership team to include three new key positions, two of which have been filled. OneTable continues to search for a VP, Growth to help guide the organization’s continued expansion and broader impact.
“We are excited and energized by the new talent we’re adding to our team,” says Aliza Kline, President and CEO of OneTable. “More young adults across the country crave meaningful Shabbat dinner experiences. It’s on us to keep up with demand and elevate their Shabbat experience—from the first time they engage with our platform to the dinner itself. This past year more than 40,000 young adults participated, we hope to grow to more than 60,000 next year.”
The new Chief Program Officer; Senior VP, Tech + Data; and VP, Growth are all integral to OneTable’s planning and leadership team.
OneTable is proud to announce:
Amy Bebchick, Chief Program Officer
Amy has spent more than two decades building communities that drive change. As Chief Program Officer, Amy will develop and implement the overall strategy for OneTable’s family of offerings. She’ll oversee a high-performing team, comprising over half of the organization’s staff, and work to ensure that all of the OneTable program offerings are excellent, reinforcing and building on the OneTable brand. Amy is charged with shaping, growing, and innovating OneTable’s program offerings to propel the organization into the future.
Before joining OneTable, Amy served as the Assistant Vice President of Philanthropy at the Union for Reform Judaism where she worked across the organization to create a culture of philanthropy, overseeing development and communications, congregational membership, and special projects. She previously served as the Director of the Hillels at The George Washington University, Miami of Ohio, and North County, San Diego as well as Waters of Eden, a community mikvah. Amy started with OneTable in April as Interim Vice President and was promoted to her new role in November.
Amalia Kruszel, Senior Vice President, Tech and Data
Amalia leads the technology team, by integrating technology and data into all that OneTable does, she supports the product, marketing, research, and fundraising. OneTable is a tech-first organization, whose platform is customized and designed to forge authentic and meaningful peer-to-peer connections. Through Powered by OneTable, Amalia architects online experiences for other organizations to expand their reach, build robust volunteer networks, and ultimately reimagine what Jewish life and community can be. Amalia has been promoted several times within OneTable, starting in 2019 as Associate Director, Tech and Data and her latest promotion to Senior Vice President in November.
Amalia has a passion for finding innovative solutions to better serve the end user and increase internal productivity. In previous roles, Amalia served as Salesforce consultant and architect to help organizations build new CRMs and migrate their legacy systems in order to scale. She has her MBA from George Mason University and a BA from The George Washington University, and is a proud member of Latinas in Tech.
“We are looking for one last member to join our dynamic team through the newly created Vice President, Growth position,” continued Aliza Kline, OneTable. “We hope to have the new VP on board as we continue to expand through new offerings and programs.”
More information on the VP, Growth can be found here.
OneTable empowers people who don’t yet have a consistent Shabbat dinner practice to build one that feels authentic, sustainable, and valuable. OneTable is a national nonprofit funded to support people (21-39ish) looking to find and share this powerful experience. We envision a whole generation of slowing down, joining together, unplugging from the week, creating intention in their lives, and building meaningful communities. onetable.org