Emily Zaghi is the first director of the Jewish Fertility Foundation-Atlanta. She joins the organization after serving in a variety of roles within the nonprofit sector. Her experience includes finance, accounting, development and operations. Most recently, she was an asset management accountant at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
JFF provides financial assistance, educational awareness, and emotional support to Jewish people who have medical fertility challenges.
Zaghi will manage the day-to-day operation of the JFF-Atlanta office. Some of her duties include fertility grants management, accounting, overseeing emotional support services, and developing local community-based educational events. The position is funded through a grant from The Marcus Foundation.
The hiring of a director comes as JFF expands its programs and vision nationally with the start of a second office in Cincinnati.
Zaghi lives in Toco Hills with her husband, Moshe, and daughters Aura and Yaelle.