- An employee, excluding support staff, of an institution, including a synagogue, non-profit organization, and school, specifically or largely devoted to a Jewish cause or agenda.
- "Jewish professionals, be they at the highest levels of responsibility or on other rungs of the organizational ladder, often feel isolated, underappreciated, and spiritually depleted." (Lary Moses, Journal of Jewish Communal Service, Volume 85, No. 1, Winter 2010
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Organizations: People involved in a professional or volunteer capacity with Jewish nonprofit organizations
A bit more prestigious than "Jewish communal worker." Compare to "lay leader."
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