Jodi Bromberg is a national leader and advocate on the importance of building and cultivating Jewish communities of belonging, with a focus on interfaith families. Since 2013, she has led 18Doors, formerly InterfaithFamily, first as President before becoming CEO in 2015. Under her leadership, 18Doors expanded its work across the United States and into Canada, providing an entry point for millions of interfaith families to connect to each other and Jewish culture, wisdom and tradition by visiting 18Doors’ website, connecting through social media and participating in programs. Jodi has also directed the expansion of 18Doors’ commitment to support tens of thousands of leaders, professionals, educators and clergy in Jewish organizations on strengthening their understanding of, and work with, mixed-heritage families, including the creation of the first-ever fellowship for rabbis on interfaith inclusion.
Jodi has written for several publications, and spoken at conferences and Jewish organizations around the country about creating inclusive Jewish spaces for interfaith families. Most recently, Jodi authored a chapter in the book Warm and Welcoming: How the Jewish Community Can Become Truly Diverse in the 21st Century. She is an advisor of JPro’s WellAdvised program, and an active alumna of Leading Edge’s CEO Onboarding Program. Prior to 18Doors, Jodi was an attorney in Philadelphia, and is a proud graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the Temple University Beasley School of Law. Jodi lives outside of Boston with her wife and three children, where she remains a diehard New York Yankees fan.