Betsey Epstein

Betsey Epstein serves as the Chief Financial Officer for the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA). Her primary responsibilities include financial reporting and analysis, fiscal oversight, and human resources. Betsey joined JCPA in 2018 after many years in the non-profit world. Throughout her career she has held key positions in finance and banking, including CFO of a private company and AVP of Corporate Financial Planning for Wachovia. Betsey received her MBA from Rutgers Business School, with additional coursework that awarded her CPA credentials from Seton Hall University. Over the years, Betsey has volunteered her expertise to numerous non-profit organizations and is genuinely proud to now play a role at JCPA in its efforts to foster democracy, fight antisemitism, and strengthen community relations.

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