- Gender: Female
- Personal Status: Other
- Religion: Jewish - Reform
- Profession: Other, Outreach Professional
- Interests: Photography, art history, travel
- Birthday: 12/19
- Hometown: Red Bank, NJ
Joanna Rothman joined the staff of InterfaithFamily.com in the summer of 2011 after spending the past ten years working and volunteering in the Boston Jewish community. Prior to working at IFF, Joanna was Director of Development at Jewish Vocational Service (JVS), where she was responsible for board relations, marketing and fundraising. In 2007, she joined the development staff of WGBH (Boston’s NPR and PBS station) as Volunteer and Marketing Manager. During her tenure, Joanna received the PBS Development Award for Innovation and supervised 5,000 volunteers. She is also an avid public speaker and fan of social media. Currently, Joanna serves on the Board of Directors for the Boston Jewish Film Festival (BJFF).
Joanna received her bachelor’s degree from Brandeis University, her master’s degree from The George Washington University and a certificate from Christie’s Education, London. Most recently, Joanna earned a certificate in nonprofit management and leadership at Boston University’s School of Management.
In her free time, Joanna enjoys traveling abroad, photography and spending time with her friends and family.