Michelle Levy plans to step down next year as the CEO of The Sixth Point, the community for Jews in their 20s and 30s that she founded in 2013.
She and her husband, Rich, are expecting their second child in April. “My life has changed significantly since The Sixth Point started four years ago, as I’m sure yours has too, and I know that more change is ahead in the coming months and years,” Levy said in her announcement Nov. 9. “The time will soon come for me to transition out of my role as CEO and sole staff member of The Sixth Point.”
She and the board of directors have launched a search for a part-time executive director to take over, with the possibility that the job will grow from 20 hours per week to full time. Levy will work with the new hire as long as necessary for a smooth transition.
The qualifications include three to five years of management experience, preferably with a nonprofit; experience in event planning, fundraising and budget management; and “knowledge and passion for pluralistic Judaism, Jewish culture and Jewish traditions.”
Contact Levy at email@example.com to apply.