By ORAM Staff

ORAM is proud to announce that Noah Drezner Pizmony-Levy has joined our Board of Directors. Noah is a philanthropy expert who has authored six books and 20 book chapters along with many articles on philanthropy and leadership in higher education and nonprofits. His current research explores identity-based giving.

Noah Drezner, new board member of Organization for Refuge, Asylum, and Migration (Photo: University of Maryland School of Education / Documentary, portraiture, Environmental Portraiture, Photographic-Reportage)

Noah is an Associate Professor of Higher Education in the Higher and Postsecondary Education Program at Teachers College at Columbia University. He is a leading researcher in educational philanthropy and the winner of the Association for Fundraising Professional’s Skystone Ryan Prize for Research on Fundraising and Philanthropy. His work also encompasses leadership issues in higher education and nonprofit management. He is the co-PI for the National Study of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Alumni.

Noah will help ORAM identify and follow through on its development strategy into 2016 and beyond.

Welcome Noah!