Executive Staff

Marci Glazer Marci Glazer
Chief Executive Officer

Marci Glazer joined the JCCSF in August 2014. Marci has served on the JCCSF board in varying capacities for four years. Prior to joining the JCCSF full-time, Marci was Executive Director of the Flip Video Spotlight Program at Cisco Systems where she established partnerships with more than 3,000 charitable organizations. Marci has also held several senior executive roles in product development, technology, and marketing across a wide range of startups, including Pure Digital Technologies, Airena, Jupiter Communications, FamilyWonder.com and CMP Media. She began her career working on environmental policy for The Center for Marine Conservation (now The Ocean Conservancy).

Marci holds an AB in Government from Harvard University. She is an alumna of the Wexner Heritage Fellow program.

Though Marci's forebears followed the Brooklyn Dodgers west, she long-ago forswore the Dodger Dog for Lou Seal and garlic fries. Marci, her husband Jonathan, and daughter Samantha live in San Francisco.

Craig Salgado Craig Salgado
Chief Operating Officer

A fourth-generation San Franciscan, Craig Salgado studied English at SF State but jokes that two decades working at the JCCSF has earned him an MBA in JCCSF Studies. Over the years Craig has helped drive major change at the JCCSF, from the planning and design of the new (current) building to overseeing key programming areas, particularly in the youth arena. As JCCSF Director of Athletics, Aquatics and Customer Service, he led the development of the premier youth sports program in the city and played a leadership role in the hosting of the 2009 JCC Maccabi Games®. He also led the rebuilding and launch of what has become a highly successful Swim School program, which teaches more than 1200 children how to swim each week.

Craig's ties to the JCCSF go way back. His grandmother was a secretary here in the 1930s, and his mother served on the JCCSF Board of Directors in the 1970s. When Craig was a boy this was where he played sports, went to summer camp and learned to swim. Fittingly, he believes that relationships are at the heart of the JCCSF. "How we connect and engage with each other as a community," he says, "influences everything we do." As Chief Operating Officer, he wants everyone who comes to the JCCSF to have an engaging and meaningful experience here.

He loves to play golf and to watch sports, and to spend time with friends and family, especially his nephews Noah and Micah, who (like their uncle once did) are learning to swim at the JCCSF.

Adrian Breitfeld Adrian Breitfeld
Chief Financial Officer

Originally from Montevideo, Uruguay, where he obtained his certification as a public accountant, Adrian started his career in the Jewish communal world at Jewish Family Services of Los Angeles (JFSLA). During his tenure at JFSLA he was involved in all aspects related to financial management and business development, spending three years as their business enterprise manager before taking on the role of controller. In 2011 he was recruited by the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund of San Francisco as its controller and spent two years restructuring a department of 17 members while streamlining operations and financial reporting of a $1.7 billion organization. Adrian holds an MBA from the University of Southern California and Master in Jewish Communal Service from Hebrew Union College.

Adrian is an avid basketball fan who can often be found watching his beloved Lakers on TV (especially during playoffs) – and he can't believe his good luck to have a 10,000-square-feet gymnasium just steps from his office door. He and his wife Andrea have two children: Liam and Mili.

Robert Wise Robert Wise
Chief Development Officer

Robert Wise joined the JCCSF in April 2018 as Chief Development Officer after a 25 year career in fundraising and non-profit management. Most recently, Robert has been an independent non-profit management and fundraising consultant based in Southern California. His distinguished fundraising and management career includes positions at the Jewish National Fund, EastWest Institute, American Friends of Tel Aviv University, and The RAND Corporation.

Robert has a lifelong commitment to the Jewish world. Just days after graduating from high school in Southern California Robert left for Israel where he studied Hebrew on Kibbutz and enjoyed getting to know Israel and Israelis first-hand – relationships he has maintained to this day. Upon his return to the U.S. he secured his B.A. in Political Science from UCLA where, upon graduation, he began his fundraising career.

Having recently relocated to the Bay Area from Los Angeles, Robert and his husband Thinh (pronounced 'Tin') Tran are looking forward to getting to know the people, places and institutions of this dynamic community.

Ben Doyle Ben Doyle
Chief Program Officer, Family Life

Ben Doyle has held many roles at the JCCSF since he joined the organization in 2009. Currently he leads our Family Life Program team which include Early Childhood, Afterschool, Teen, Aquatics, Athletics and Recreation programs. Prior to work at the JCCSF, Ben has held senior executive roles in health care and multi-channel retail companies. He earned his MA in Communication Disorders from California State University and has worked as a speech therapist in educational and medical environments.

Born and raised in the Philadelphia area, Ben has resided in the Bay Area for more than 20 years and with his family in Oakland since 2000.

David Green David Green
Chief Program Officer, Roots & Culture

David has over 15 years leadership experience in educational and cultural organizations. Beginning as an educator and programmer, David developed his skills to lead program teams creating experiences that improve people's opportunity to learn, connect, and make meaning together. Two areas of focus are the moments that transform learning into action, and creating the right environment for deep connection among people.

Most recently, David was the Executive Director of Kevah, an innovative Jewish education company offering customized learning for adults. David was previously Director of the Taube Koret Center for Jewish Peoplehood at the JCCSF, where he built a team that elevated Jewish and SF civic life through programming designed to be both "more Jewish and more universal."

David started his career teaching in the Los Angeles Unified School District and running a Jewish summer camp in Pasadena. He served as the Director of Family Education at Wilshire Boulevard Temple, and as a Program Director in Israel with Nesiya, a trip that combines outdoor adventure, arts workshops, community service projects, cultural activities and creative Jewish expression.

He studied in Israel for a year at the Pardes Institute. He has a degree in Classics from Occidental College. David and his wife live in the neighborhood with their two young children.