Meet The Network Team

Stephanie Rosner
Development Officer, The Network
Stephanie joined The Jewish Federation in November 2017 as a Development Officer for The Network. Stephanie grew up in Cincinnati, Ohio and graduated from The Ohio State University where she received a B.A. in Anthropology and Spanish.

After graduation, Stephanie moved to D.C. where she enjoys exploring the city and attending events. Prior to Federation, Stephanie worked at The George Washington University, managing the student call center for the annual fund.

Stephanie enjoys building relationships and connecting people to the Jewish community in the areas in which they are passionate. She is always looking to learn more about the community and help strengthen engagement.

Dan Siegeltuch
Administrative Assistant
Dan joined the Federation in September 2016 as the Administrative Assistant to The Network and Young Leadership teams. Prior to the Federation, Dan served as the Executive Assistant to the President and CEO of the World Affairs Council- Washington, DC, providing program, membership, and administrative support. After graduating from Sarah Lawrence College in 2013, where he was an active member of Hillels of Westchester, he accepted the postgraduate MASA Israel Pathways teaching fellowship and spent a year teaching English in Beit She’an, an economically under-served community in Israel’s north. At the conclusion of his volunteer teaching term, he moved to Washington, DC to work as a second grade Teacher’s Assistant at The Jewish Primary Day School.  He is fluent in Spanish and proficient in Hebrew, and he is excited to support a dynamic team working to engage the local and international Jewish community.

Yoav Stein
Development Officer, The Network
Yoav joined the Federation in August, 2016 as a Development Officer for The Network. Yoav primary functions focus on building relationships with members of the community, advocating for the Federation’s impact in the Greater Washington area, in Israel and around the world, and bringing Jewish business leaders and professionals together.

Yoav grew up in a small kibbutz in Northern Israel, served in the IDF for three years, and was first introduced to Federation in 2006, when he worked as a counselor at Capital Camps, a Federation partner, later returning for four additional summers in various roles. After moving to the States in 2012, Yoav spent time on Capitol Hill and, most recently, was working with the United Nations Refugee Agency.

Yoav received a B.A. in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies from The Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He is passionate about the bond between the Jewish communities in the United States and Israel, and is fascinated by the plethora of Jewish backgrounds and experiences of the people he meets.