Molly Soboroff is the Executive Director of Friends of Sheba Medical Center. Molly has over a decade of experience in Jewish nonprofits both as a professional and as a volunteer.
Born and raised in Santa Monica, California, Molly and her family are members of Kehillat Israel in Pacific Palisades.
Molly received her Masters in Business Administration in Nonprofit Management from American Jewish University and Bachelor of Arts in Marketing Communication from Emerson College.
Sheba Medical Center represents a hybrid of Molly’s passions: supporting Israel, health and tikkun olam. She is honored to work with Friends of Sheba’s Board of Directors, fellow staff and community members to ensure Friends of Sheba Medical Center and Sheba Medical Center reach new heights.
Director of Events & Sheba 2.0
Rachel Blankstein grew up in Los Angeles, California. She attended the University of Colorado at Boulder and graduated in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a certificate in technology, arts and media. Prior to graduating, Rachel studied abroad in Israel for a summer semester at Tel Aviv University. During her time in Tel Aviv, she became passionate for Israel and decided she would move there after her graduation from university. In August, 2014 Rachel moved to Tel Aviv. Upon moving back to Los Angeles in 2015, Rachel became very involved with Jewish causes which led her to pursue a career in the non-profit world. Rachel currently is the Director of Events & Sheba 2.0 for Friends of Sheba Medical Center in Beverly Hills. In June, 2019, Rachel had the opportunity to visit Sheba Medical Center for the first time. Rachel’s visit to the medical center left a lasting impression and solidified her passion for the organization.
Associate Director of Development
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Rachel H. Newman is a Los Angeles native and joined Friends of Sheba Medical Center in November 2018 as Associate Director of Development. She is no stranger to Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer and its global impact of Tikkun Olam. Rachel has been instrumental in donor relations, community building and development of impactful events. As Rachel supports the continued growth of Friends of Sheba in Los Angeles, she continues to open doors in other states such as Colorado and Texas.