Tali Flomenhoft, Associate Director of Development
Tali, born and raised in Mexico City, attended Brandeis University, where she completed her BA in Health: Science, Society and Policy and minors in Economics and French. She graduated from the Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program with an MBA/MA.
Through her time at Hornstein, Tali interned at the JCC of Greater Boston where she analyzed donation trends, conducted research, and developed a staff campaign timeline. She has also worked in the public health sector and in academic research, where she played a key role in community outreach and implementing new programs. Tali helped establish the Spanish-speaking program at the Mothers’ Milk Bank Northeast. She led health education outreach activities at The Family Van, and drove the creation of a mental health survey instrument at the Health Equity Research Lab that will be utilized in clinical settings.
Tali and her husband, Charlie, who works in higher education, met at Brandeis University during their undergraduate studies and are excited to continue their Brandeis legacy.