Sheila Katz

Vice President for Social Entrepreneurship
Hillel International

Sheila Katz was named as one of five women to watch by Craigslist Founder, Craig Newmark. She is an expert in facilitating reflective conversations and creating multi-channel technology campaigns that lead to in person action. Sheila is Hillel International’s youngest Vice President in the 93-year history of the organization and their first Vice President for Social Entrepreneurship, working to engage Jewish students on the periphery of Jewish life.

Previously, Sheila co-Founded Ask Big Questions, a national initiative of Hillel that brings diverse college students together for conversations that help people understand themselves and others. Sheila sits on multiple White House Committees that focus on higher education and serves on the boards of the Jewish Coalition Against Domestic Abuse and Our Time. Sheila is currently a Wexner Field Fellow.


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