ALPHA EPSILON PI FOUNDATION NAMES ANDREW FEUERSTEIN DEPUTY DIRECTOR
(INDIANAPOLIS, IN) – Andrew Feuerstein has been named the deputy director for the Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) Foundation. In his new role, he will be responsible for helping set the organization’s fundraising strategy and working to strengthen relationships with AEPi alumni and supporters.
A 2014 graduate of SUNY New Paltz and the Nu Rho Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi, Feuerstein also holds a master’s degree in business administration (MBA) from the Zicklin School of Business at Baruch College in Manhattan.
Feuerstein began his professional career working for Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, first as an educational leadership consultant and later as director of expansion. During that time, he worked with 64 AEPi chapters and started 12 new chapters. After leaving the fraternity’s staff, he first worked for BBYO as the regional director for the Big Apple Region and then for Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA), working with smaller independent communities across the country and with the membership pipeline and philanthropic efforts for JFNA’s National Young Leadership Cabinet program. Before returning to AEPi, he also served as the director of the New York Real Estate Division for the Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF), working closely with top professionals in New York real estate to strengthen FIDF’s mission by raising crucial funds and strengthening support to enhance the lives of the brave young men and women in the IDF.
“We are thrilled to have Andrew rejoin AEPi’s professional staff in this role at the Foundation,” said Jay Feldman, executive director of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Foundation. “His passion for AEPi and his innovative and strategic approach to development and relationship building will be a huge asset for us as we continue to work to support AEPi’s mission of developing the future leaders of the Jewish community.”
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Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) is the world’s leading Jewish college fraternity, operating chapters on more than 150 college campuses around the world. Founded in 1913, AEPi has more than 100,000 living alumni. The fraternity’s mission – developing the future leaders of the Jewish community – is demonstrated every day through acts of brotherhood, Tzedakah (charity), social awareness and support for Jewish communities and Israel.
The Alpha Epsilon Pi Foundation promotes the values of the Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity through leadership development, partnerships with educational and Jewish communal organizations, and provision of scholarships, financial support and programming for the betterment of AEPi brothers, their campuses or their community.