Director of Programming
Robyn Silverman graduated from the Tulane School of Social Work where she received the Outstanding Student Achievement Award for the student who best embodies academic excellence and professionalism. While earning her MSW, Robyn completed her field placement at the New Orleans JCC. She co-administered the Alzheimer’s Care and Enrichment Program serving both caregivers and their loved ones. In addition, Robyn facilitated psychoeducational support groups for various JCC member demographics including camp counselors and caregivers. In addition, Robyn assisted in fundraising efforts and conducted research on community engagement. Before moving to New Orleans to attend school, Robyn was a Development Associate at UJA-Federation of New York in the Planned Giving and Endowments Department where she worked with donors to achieve their philanthropic goals and leave a legacy in the Jewish community. Robyn received a B.A. in Political Science from Columbia University and a B.A. in Modern Jewish Studies from the Jewish Theological Seminary. When not taking walks with her husband and three daughters, Robyn attempts to recreate dishes from Lebanon, her mother’s country of origin.