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Audrey Lewis Named Director of Philanthropy for the Center for Jewish Philanthropy of Greater Phoenix
By Rayna Burgett - Wednesday Oct 26, 2022
The Center for Jewish Philanthropy of Greater Phoenix has announced that Audrey Lewis has joined the nonprofit organization as its Director of Philanthropy.

Lewis will be responsible for cultivating existing and prospective donors in supporting CJP through annual-giving programs. In addition, she will partner with various engagement groups within the CJP to steward and deepen relationships.

Lewis has more than 20 years of experience in various senior level roles including fundraising and program development. Most recently, she was the associate director of fundraising for the Jewish National Fund.

“Audrey brings a solid understanding of non-profit development while building strong relationships within our community,” said Gail Baer, vice president of philanthropy and community engagement. “As we grow our philanthropic presence, Audrey’s knowledge and expertise is a welcome addition to the CJP.”

A native Tucsonan and Phoenix resident, Lewis has a Bachelor of Arts degree in marketing and psychology from the University of Arizona.

About The Center for Jewish Philanthropy of Greater Phoenix (CJP)

The Center for Jewish Philanthropy of Greater Phoenix (CJP) represents the integration of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix and the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix. With a combined 130 years of support to the community, the CJP will connect and serve the Greater Phoenix community by inspiring philanthropy that supports and enlivens Jewish life locally, in Israel, and around the world. For more information, visit http://www.phoenixcjp.org or call (480) 699-1717.