Baruch Littman

Baruch Littman

Title: Vice President of Development
Company: Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles
Location: Los Angeles, California, United States

Baruch Littman, Vice President of Development of the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in development.

With 20 years of professional experience, Mr. Littman has been vice president of development at the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles since 1999. He began his career as a student at Long Island University, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts. He continued his studies with Baruch College, earning a Master of Science. He has always been able to understand the nuances of non-profit organizations and is glad he was able to incorporate this knowledge in his work.

A leading voice in his areas of interest, Mr. Littman has been an active voice of his community. He is a senior member of Provisors, a member of Advisors in Philanthropy, and he has served as a host for the Exit Planning Institute and on the executive committee of Legacy Sponsor. Throughout his career, Mr. Littman has been recognized for his achievements. He has received awards and accolades for his contributions and accomplishments. He has been featured in numerous honors publications.

Mr. Littman attributes his success to his vigorous personality, his ability to relate to people almost immediately, being a very good listener and delivering the message that he needs to deliver generally and as concisely as possible. He works with people until they do not listen to him, but also works with them until they hear him. This secret was given to him by the chief executive officer at the Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles and Mr. Littman subscribes to it to this day. Mr. Littman rises every morning with a smile on his face, ready to see what the day holds and excited to help others. He has three children and three grandchildren with another grandchild on the way and in five years, he hopes to be retired so he can spend more time with his family.

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