The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta recently added two people to its community planning and impact department: Noah Alhadeff, Israel and overseas senior associate, and Andrea Deck, senior associate.
Alhadeff is an Atlanta native who attended Yeshiva Atlanta High School and earned bachelor of business administration degrees in managerial sciences and international marketing from Georgia State University in 2008. He served with the Israel Defense Forces’ social media spokesman unit in Israel, then founded Blue and White Media and most recently worked with XCite Health. He lives in Sandy Springs.
Deck is from the Washington, D.C., area and graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in 2012. She earned a master’s in Jewish communities from the Jewish Theological Seminary and a license and master of social work degree from Columbia University. She received the Jewish Federations of North America’s Federation Executive Recruitment and Education Program scholarship and served graduate internships at UJA Federation of New York and JFNA’s Washington office.