Jason Rubinoff
Co-Chair International Young Leadership Board
 
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At the international level, Jason was appointed the co-chair of Keren Hayesod International Young Leadership Board and selected to be the co-chair for TribeFest 2012, Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) National Young Leadership Conference.  Jason co-founded a scholarship and apprenticeship program for Israeli-Ethiopian university students, IPO: Integration Program at Ono in 2007. 

Jason has held numerous leadership roles within the local, national and international Jewish community including co-chair of Toronto’s United Jewish Appeal (UJA) Young Leadership Campaign in 2007 and 2008, co-chair National Ben Gurion Society in 2009 and 2010, and member of United Israel Appeal (UIA) Canada’s National Young Leadership Management Board in 2009 and 2010. He currently co-chairs the UJA General Business Cabinet in Toronto.

Jason is a member of JFNA Cabinet and has been actively involved with many other not-for-profit organizations. Jason has been the recipient of several awards including the UIA Canada National Young Leadership Award of Excellence. 

In his professional career, Jason has spent the last 10 years in the consumer product goods industry and has developed strategic partnerships with many global leading companies.  Jason has also developed and owns a portfolio of properties.

Jason lives in Toronto with his wife, Maureen and two sons, Daniel and Zachary.