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Year-Round Leadership Team

Josh Steinharter – Executive Director

Contact Josh: josh@maccabisportscamp.org or 415-997-8844 x1

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Prior to founding the JCC Maccabi Sports Camp in 2013, Josh was the Athletic Program Manager for Youth & Coach Development at the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, serving over 1,500 children annually through teams, classes, camps, and select-level sports. He also served as Delegation Head for Team San Francisco at the JCC Maccabi Games®. As co-creator of the JCCSF Fellowship in Sports Leadership, Josh helped develop and lead the teen program that taught leadership through the lens of coaching youth sports. JCC Maccabi Sports Camp’s burgeoning Teen Leader program is inspired by this fellowship.

Josh is a proud member of the JCC Association Merrin Fellowship for Teen Professionals and a current Wexner Field Fellow. Josh and JMSC, are also participants in the Upstart Accelerator Cohort 9, a selective program for innovative new Jewish non-profit organizations. In 2015, Josh received the Golden Bagel Award, a distinguished honor given by the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame of Northern California, bestowed upon professionals and lay leaders making a significant contribution to the Jewish and sports community.

Born and raised in Dayton, Ohio, Josh found comfort and connection through competitive sports and involvement in the Jewish community. He spent many summers at the URJ Goldman Union Camp Institute. San Francisco has been Josh’s home since 2005, where he lives with his wife Meghan, and their sons Benjamin and Jackson.

Eytan Graubart – Associate Director

Contact Eytan: eytan@maccabisportscamp.org or 415-997-8844 x2

Eytan has been involved in Jewish camping since he was very young. Before joining the JCC Maccabi Sports Camp team, he served as the Director of Camp BB-Riback in Calgray, Alberta.

Eytan grew up in Chicago, IL, and spent his summers at Camp Young Judaea Midwest in Waupaca, WI. After college Eytan studied non-profit management at Virginia Commonwealth University and completed a Master’s Degree in Camp Leadership from Touro University. Eytan is currently working on his doctorate in educational leadership at Creighton University.

Eytan is a graduate of the JCC Association Merrin Fellowship, and the Jewish Federation of Greater Richmond’s Sisisky Global Engagement Fellowship. He has served on the Board of Directors of Rudlin Torah Academy and the Board of Directors for the Jewish National Fund (JNF) of Calgary as the Chairperson of JNF Future.

Eytan has played competitive basketball, baseball, and ultimate Frisbee and is huge fan of all Chicago sports. Eytan loves playing his guitar, hiking with his dog Scrappy, and believes that Jewish learning is best done by the campfire. His favorite part of camp is the first day – watching everyone come together, excited and ready to do something incredible.

Lauren Bohne – Operations Director

Contact Lauren: lauren@maccabisportscamp.org or 415-997-8844

Prior to joining the JCC Maccabi Sport Camp team, Lauren was the Camp and Youth Director at the Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, CA.

Lauren grew up through the Reform movement in New York City and has spent her career focused on Jewish camping and youth programs. She has worked at day camps, residential camps and travel programs.

Lauren and her husband, Jon, love living on the West Coast and exploring all that the Bay Area has to offer. Lauren enjoys hiking, playing trivia, and rock climbing.


JMSC Board Members

We’re very fortunate that we have an active and experienced board to support the JMSC community.

Richard Gordon

Richard Gordon – Board President

Rick GordonRick Gordon is currently the Board President for JCC Maccabi Sports Camp and has been working with the organization since its inception.

Professionally, Rick is a Managing Director and Portfolio Manager at First Republic Investment Management. He has has 13 years of financial services experience, with more than 8 years in the investment management industry. Prior to joining First Republic in 2015, Rick worked for Barclay’s wealth management group in San Francisco. His previous investment experience includes roles at Goldman Sachs and Lehman Brothers.

Active in San Francisco Bay Area community organizations, Rick also serves as a Board Member of the Jewish Sports Hall of Fame of Northern California, he is President of the Ross School of Business Bay Area Alumni Chapter, and he is a member of the National Alumni Board of Governors for the Ross School of Business at University of Michigan.

Rick grew up in the Chicago suburbs and spent many happy summers at Olin Sang Ruby Union Institute (OSRUI) in Oconomowac, Wisconsin. Rick and his wife, Tanuka, reside in Orinda with their two daughters, Esha and Sarina. They are active members at Temple Isaiah in Lafayette.

Rick holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Michigan and an MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan.

Nancy Geenen

Nancy Geenen

NancyNancy Geenen is the CEO and Managing Partner at Suann Ingle Associates, a trial consulting firm, where she advises trial teams and clients on themes, strategy, mock exercises, and strategies – and how to integrate compelling visual communication.  She has been a trial attorney and worked as a Senior Legal Officer at the United Nations Compensation Commission.

In the realm of sports, Nancy was a high school All-American in basketball and tennis. At 18, she was ranked No. 2 in singles and No. 1 in doubles in the state of Wisconsin. Upon attending Stanford University, Nancy switched to team sports. She was a founding member of the Stanford women’s soccer team and played both basketball and field hockey as a three-sport athlete.

Before Law School, Nancy taught English in Hayward, California and coached the girls and boys tennis teams. After Law School, Nancy coached the Bay Area Meteorites, a women’s wheelchair basketball team. She also played softball in the first Gay Olympic Games held in San Francisco. Currently, Nancy is an assistant softball coach at Mountain View High School.

She holds a Juris Doctor from Santa Clara University School of Law, a Master of Arts in Education from Stanford University and a Bachelor of Arts from Stanford University. Nancy lives with her family in Mountain View, CA.

Sheryl Klein

Sheryl Klein

Sheryl Klein lives in Palo Alto with her husband, Tony and two sons, Alex and Daniel. She has been an active leader in the local Jewish community for almost twenty years.  She has served on the boards of Oshman Family JCC, Gideon Hausner Jewish Community Day School, New Bridges to Jewish Community, Jewish Community Relations Council and her synagogue, Etz Chayim. She has also chaired the “To Life! Jewish Street Festival.”  Professionally, she is a real estate entrepreneur buying, renovating and managing apartments in the South Bay and Central valley.  She is currently the treasurer of Palo Alto Housing, an affordable housing organization in Silicon Valley.

She has been a JCC Maccabi Sports Camp parent for the past three summers.  Her son, Daniel (“DK” at camp) plays tennis and has been at camp for a total of 5 sessions, and will be adding 2 more this summer.

Shaun Steingold

Shaun Steingold

Shaun SteingoldShaun Steingold has over a decade of broad business experience with start-ups, mid-size and large multinational companies, including an entrepreneurial track record as both a founder and an investor. Shaun currently serves as the Founder and CEO of Momentum Labs, a technology acquisition firm based in San Francisco.

After earning his MBA at Babson in 2008, Shaun made the move west to join SVB Capital, a venture capital firm in Silicon Valley. Shaun joined HP in 2011 where he has led a number of strategy and business development teams, including the restructuring of HP’s Enterprise Marketing Organization and the launch of the HP Helion Network, a cornerstone of HP’s Cloud business. Prior to Babson, Shaun launched and sold Green’s n Things, a pioneering health-based food concept in Sydney, Australia.

Shaun is actively involved in a variety of roles to support his community. At present, he serves on the Boards of JCC Maccabi Sports Camp, the Babson Alumni Association, the Ronald C. Wornick Jewish Day School in Foster City, CA, where he is also a member of its Finance Committee, and the Board Member of the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco’s Innovation Committee.

Shaun received his MBA from Babson College, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and was the Recipient of the Fairleigh S. Dickinson Jr. Foundation Inc. Global Manager Award. Shaun holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia

Shaun currently lives in San Francisco, CA with his wife Tracy and their dog Mason.

Adam Steinharter

Adam Steinharter

Adam grew up in Ohio playing sports, attending Temple and going to camp in the summers at the URJ’s Goldman Union Camp Institute (GUCI).  Over the years he dabbled in baseball, basketball, wrestling, track & field and cross country running.  In the end it was golf where he excelled, leading his high school team to several CIF tournaments while additionally participating in AJGA golf tournaments.  In high school, he once competed against Tiger Woods and lost by no less than 15 strokes.

Graduating from the University of California at Santa Barbara, Adam has since spent the last 10+ years in the Bay Area building companies such as SurveyMonkey, Google and various start-ups.  Currently he is the Senior Recruiting Manager at SurveyMonkey where he leads all hiring for the product and engineering organization.  Previously he worked for Charles Schwab in events, client entertainment and marketing.

Adam lives in San Mateo with his wife, Annette and their children, Noah & Sydney.  When not in the office, Adam enjoys his daughter’s dancing, coaches his son’s Little League team, volunteers for Cub Scouts and school events.  Every now and then you might even catch him on the links.