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public policy analyst

Yale Joseph Reisner, American public policy analyst. Active in New York Immigration Coalition, YIVO Institute for Jewish Research; Member Foreign Policy Association, Conference Jewish Communal Service, Association Jewish Community Organization Personnel, American Jewish Committee (New York chapter), Young Leadership award 1988), Amnesty International, Jewish Genealogical Society New York, Fletcher Club New York (board directors since 1987).

Background

Reisner, Yale Joseph was born on November 5, 1956 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Nathan Herman and Connie (Edell) Reisner.

Education

Student, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, 1977. Bachelor, Columbia University, 1978. Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, 1982.

Career

Port reception agent Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, New York City, 1978-1980, migration caseworker, 1983-1987, field representative, 1985-1987. Writer and translator, 1987-1988. Senior policy analyst United Jewish Appeal Federation Jewish Philanthropies New York, Inc., since 1988.

Membership

Active in New York Immigration Coalition, YIVO Institute for Jewish Research. Member Foreign Policy Association, Conference Jewish Communal Service, Association Jewish Community Organization Personnel, American Jewish Committee (New York chapter), Young Leadership award 1988), Amnesty International, Jewish Genealogical Society New York, Fletcher Club New York (board directors since 1987).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Genealogical research, human rights, aiding refugees.

Connections

Married Helise E. Lieberman, October 31, 1982. 1 child, Nitzan Michal.

father:
Nathan Herman Reisner

mother:
Connie (Edell) Reisner

spouse:
Helise E. Lieberman

child:
Nitzan Michal Reisner