Please join us for the first seder on Friday, April 22nd. 6pm at Hillel Milwaukee Students: FREE Community Members: $15...
Tuesday, May 10 7 pm-9 pm
It's that time of the semester again! Come take a break from studying and ...
Beautiful prints of one of Barbara Kohl-Spiro's pieces are available for purchase at Hillel (3053 N. Stowell Ave.) for $100. You may have your print signed by the artist! All proceeds benefit Hillel Milwaukee.
The Hillel Student Center - Joseph and Vera Zilber Building
Our building, opened in July 2009, has won two design awards: a 2011 Merit Award from the American Institute of Architects-Wisconsin, and a 2010 Mayor's Design Award in the category of "Live. Work. Harmony."
The building incorporates twenty-four green-building practices. Learn more »
The Hillel facility may be available for rental under certain circumstances.
Please contact Marc Cohen for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org or
We are excited to announce that we are now partnered with Amazon Smile! Use this link to shop at Amazon and put Hillel the Foundation for Jewish Campus Life in Milwaukee, WI as your organization of choice. Every time you purchase something 05% will be donated to Hillel! Thanks for your support!
Hillel Milwaukee is excited to announce our participation in Hillel International’s Strategic Implementation Plan, known as, “The Drive to Excellence.” The goal is to implement best practices for supporting Jewish student life on as many campuses and in as many communities as possible.
The plan defines an excellent campus Hillel as having five key elements:
Coincident with this announcement, Hillel Milwaukee is excited to welcome ...
Hillel Milwaukee is supported by the Milwaukee Jewish Federation
Hillel supports the Milwaukee Jewish Federation's 2015 Annual Campaign because the annual campaign supports Hillel! We are a proud partner in serving the community with the Milwaukee Jewish Federation. The funds raised through their annual campaign helps support Hillel programs and services. Please visit the annual campaign website!
Hillel Milwaukee - Joseph & Vera Zilber Building
Hillel Student Center
3053 N. Stowell Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53211
Marc Cohen Interim Executive Director email@example.com
Marc Cohen is a native of New York, but has called Milwaukee home for over 30 years. He received a B.A. in Sociology from Moravian College in Bethlehem, PA and an M.F.A. from Northern Illinois University. He has a diverse and varied background which includes executive management and fund development with mission driven organizations. In that capacity, he is thrilled to be the Interim Executive Director of Hillel Milwaukee.
He has served as Executive Director at Congregation Shalom in Fox Point for 17 years and Foundation Director of the Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare – Foundation for St. Francis and Franklin. His span of responsibilities have included customer and volunteer relations, strategic planning, fundraising, budgeting, and operational and facilities management. He has extensive experience in board development and leadership training, and has provided national consulting services throughout the United States.
His community and volunteer activities include are numerous. With his family he volunteers at the Agape Meal Program, Hunger Task Force, and St. Ben’s Meal Program. In his spare time sings with the Bel Canto Chorus.
He was married to Milwaukee native Wendy Messnick in 1992. They live in Glendale with their two children, Carly 19, a sophomore business student and Hillel leader at UW-Madison and Zachary 14, a freshman at Nicolet High School. Their family is completed by Sophie, a six year old cocker spaniel.
Grace Fantle Director of Jewish Life and Learning firstname.lastname@example.org
Grace is thrilled to be a part of the Hillel Milwaukee team. Grace grew up in Milwaukee (Bayside), and in 2013 graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Sociology and Jewish Studies. While attending UW-Madison, Grace spent a life changing semester living in Israel studying at Hebrew University. Throughout her time at UW-Madison, Grace was heavily involved at the Hillel on campus. From working, interning, and participating in student groups at UW Hillel, Grace found herself a wonderful group of friends, and a home away from home through the communal environment at Hillel.
Grace is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Jewish Professional Studies and Non-Profit Management through the Spertus Institute Milwaukee cohort. Grace most recently worked for Camp Interlaken JCC as the Program Director and Alumni Engagement Coordinator. In her free time, Grace enjoys cooking, baking, drinking coffee, walking her dog, and hot yoga. She is very excited to get to know everyone and for the school year to begin!