Mimi Kravetz is Hillel International’s inaugural Chief Talent Officer. In this role, Mimi is responsible for creating and executing on a new strategy for Hillel and the Jewish nonprofit sector – to deeply invest in their most important asset –professionals. The Talent Pillar at Hillel is responsible for finding, growing, and keeping talented Hillel professionals throughout the movement, and over the last two years has included launching new programs to build young professional talent pipeline (Springboard Fellowship), ensuring every Hillel professional has the training they need to be successful (Hillel U), providing grants for new hires and retention bonuses (Hillel Talent Grants), and implementing a range of Human Resource best practices and online tools.
Mimi came to this role after 7 years as a Google Executive in the Marketing and People Operations. From this work, she brings a passion for building great workplaces, empowering employees, creating products and projects from deep user insights, and driving innovation. While at Google, Mimi worked in Google.org where she spearheaded passion projects including educating nonprofits on Google tools through Google for Nonprofits, partnering with the The Israel Museum to make the Dead Sea Scrolls accessible online, and with Yad Vashem to bring their photo collections to the web.
Mimi began her career as a Jewish nonprofit professional at Stanford Hillel and, after over a decade in the business world at American Express and Google, rejoined Hillel in 2015. Mimi has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BA from Tufts University, graduating Summa Cum Laude with majors in International Relations and Judaic Studies. Mimi resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and their two young children, Alec and Chloe, who attend the local Jewish Day School.