Julie Gal-or

Individual Giving Manager CLF Massachusetts

Julie Gal-Or is CLF’s Individual Giving Manager. Before joining CLF, she was the director of development at Temple Israel of Boston, the largest and one of the oldest Reform synagogues in New England. There she was responsible for the growth of the annual campaign as well as major gifts and special project fundraising. Julie holds a B.A in History from Clark University and an MBA from the University of Arizona.

She is an active member of the Junior League of Boston, where she runs the nutrition and wellness program, “Kids in the Kitchen,” for 3rd- and 4th-grade girls in Hyde Park. Julie lives in Jamaica Plain with her husband and two children. Together they enjoy cooking, hiking, going to the beach, and doing science experiments.


Recent Posts

6 Ways to Make Vermont’s Climate Action Plan Better
We first published a version of this blog in June of 2021. Transformational. Game-changing. Equitable. When Vermont unveils its Climate Action Plan in December, let’s make sure those are the words used to describe it – because there’s a lot resting on the outcome. The climate crisis is already here. The summer of 2021 brought…
Big Gas Doesn’t Want You To Know The Truth About Kitchen Stoves
Turning on a gas stove is so familiar that those of us who use one barely have to think about it. It’s muscle memory: Push the knob in, wait for the faint hiss of gas and the “click click click click” until the flame ignites. But do you know where the gas comes from? And…
Our Explainer on What Just Happened on the Boston Waterfront
In early April, a Massachusetts Superior Court judge threw out a 2018 state plan intended to guide development along a section of Boston’s waterfront that stretches from Long Wharf to the old Northern Avenue Bridge. The process that led to that Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan violated decades-old laws governing the city’s waterfront – including…
Here’s What a Clean, Equitable Future Should Look Like in New England
An earlier version of this article was posted in October 2020. We all have a vision of what we want for our community. But the harsh reality is that those of us who live in low-income, immigrant, and communities of color have less agency to create that vision than those of us in whiter, wealthier…
What Do We Mean by Environmental Justice?
An earlier version of this article was posted in October 2020. For decades, low-income, immigrant, and communities of color across New England have been overburdened by air pollution from power plants, congested highways, and industrial facilities. These same burdens resulted in COVID-19 and its associated economic crisis taking a much heavier toll on these communities…

 

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