Jewish National Fund-USA is excited to welcome Allison Nagelberg, Esq. as the organization’s inaugural Northeast Planned Giving Director. Based in New Jersey, Nagelberg brings decades of experience to this highly impactful role.

Before joining Jewish National Fund-USA, Nagelberg was the Director of Global Connections for the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ. She has also served as an award-winning public company General Counsel specializing in real estate for 20 years. Alongside her legal work, she has held senior lay leadership positions at numerous Jewish organizations including AIPAC, Solomon Schechter/Golda Och Academy, Camp Ramah, Congregation B’nai Tikvah, and Jewish National Fund-USA. Governor Phil Murphy also appointed her to serve on the New Jersey-Israel Commission.

“I am beyond excited to leverage my experience in law and finance, coupled with my love of Israel, to help our incredible Zionist community leave a lasting legacy in our homeland,” said Nagelberg. “What’s particularly exciting is how Planned Giving with Jewish National Fund-USA has evolved to include sophisticated philanthropic tools like Donor Advised Funds, IRA Rollovers, Charitable Gift Annuities, real estate, and even crypto-currency.”

Nagelberg’s geographic portfolio will span from Washington DC to Maryland, Delaware, Philadelphia, New Jersey, and the entire New York Tri-State region.

To leave a lasting legacy in Israel, contact Allison Nagelberg Esq. at, call 888.731.8823 or visit

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