Member, Board of directors

Dr. Marc N. Kramer is the founding director of the Kramer Education Group, an independent consulting firm focused on issues of leadership and transition in the non-profit sector.  He is the former Executive Director of RAVSAK: The Jewish Community Day School Network, a position he held for 17 years.  RAVSAK is one of the legacy partners of Prizmah. 

Marc earned a bachelor’s degree in Near East and Judaic Studies from Brandeis University, a masters degree in social work from Columbia University, a master’s degree in Judaica from the Jewish Theological Seminary of America, and both a master’s and doctorate in education from Columbia University-Teachers College.  He did additional research and training under the late Dr. Linda Powell of Harvard University centered on group theory in both therapeutic and non-therapeutic settings. 

Marc was the recipient of a number of awards and public recognitions including the Sachar Prize for academic research, the Wexner Foundation Graduate Fellowship, and the 2007 Covenant Award. In addition, Marc was presented with the Benjamin Shevach Award for Jewish communal service by Hebrew College, Boston and the Hachmei Lev Award by Keshet for his work on inclusion in the Jewish community.

Marc is a member of the Leading in Hebrew Review Committee. Marc lives in Riverdale, New York.