As Vice President, Strategic Partnerships, Beth Nathanson oversees national and regional fundraising strategy and implementation. Working with colleagues across the country, Beth ensures that ADL program, policy and infrastructure priorities are supported and advocated for by individual, foundation and corporate contributors.
Beth joined ADL in 2017. Her experience includes senior positions at 92nd Street Y, Sundance Institute and Playwrights Horizons, and consultancies with such not-for-profit organizations as Lincoln Center, Museum of Jewish Heritage and International Planned Parenthood. Beth also produced the 2007 documentary Crazy, Sexy, Cancer, which aired on the Discovery Network.
Beth attended the University of Massachusetts Amherst and did graduate school work at Smith College. She lectures on not-for-profit management and fundraising at New York University and The New School.