In Search of Better Questions: Nonprofit Strategy from a Different Millennium

We all know that Judaism has a culture of asking questions but nonprofit strategist Susan Horowitz can tell you why that demand for bigger and better questions can help us build better organizations, better employee relationships, and a better Jewish community.

Filmed at the William Breman Jewish Heritage and Holocaust Museum in Atlanta, Georgia in cooperation with the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta.

Susan Horowitz has over 20 years of experience as a management consultant working with for-profit (including Fortune 500) and non-profit organizations in the areas of organizational effectiveness, strategy development, human and organization performance, leadership, and governance. She has worked at large and mid-size consulting firms including Accenture, KPMG Consulting, and the Hay Group. Her recent work has focused on supporting nonprofits in developing and executing on their strategies, and on strengthening and improving their organization infrastructure. Prior to consulting, Susan was a Vice President at Citibank. Susan received her M.B.A. from Tulane University’s Freeman School of Business and a Bachelor of Science, also from Tulane.

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