Todd J. Sukol
Executive Director
 

Todd J. Sukol has worked in and around the nonprofit and philanthropic sector most of his career. He currently serves as Executive Director of the Mayberg Foundation where he oversees the foundation’s strategic philanthropy, grantmaking and development of the Jewish Education Innovation Challenge (JEIC). Previously, Todd was president of Do More Mission, a firm that increases nonprofit impact through philanthropic advisory services to high net worth individuals and foundations and management services to small and mid-sized charitable organizations.   Sukol received his formal training in Journalism and Public Relations from the Pennsylvania State University. He studied at the University of Manchester in England and completed a two-year Yeshiva program at Machon Shlomo: Alexander and Eva Heiden Torah Institute in Jerusalem, Israel. Sukol is currently enrolled in the Executive Masters program at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University. The most cherished roles he fills are that of devoted husband to his wife (and college sweetheart) Amy and loving father to his five children.  


Amanda Mizrahi
Program Manager

Amanda Mizrahi brings a varied skill set to the Mayberg Foundation, including an expertise in program oversight, nonprofit organizational development, database management, and statistical analysis. Her more than nine years of nonprofit experience allowed her the opportunity to hone her skills with many aspects in the industry, an asset she seeks to share with the programs she manages on behalf of the Mayberg Foundation. Amanda has an enthusiasm for the nonprofit sector, including coursework at the Hornstein Jewish Professional Leadership Program at Brandeis University and a Masters in Business Administration. Amanda's most passionate role is as wife and mother to her three children.  


Marni Darby
Executive Assistant

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Engaged within the Jewish community most of her life, Marni comes to us from the Bender JCC of Greater Washington where she worked in various administrative positions over the past ten years. It was there where Marni was able to use her strong interpersonal skills to develop close relationships across the Jewish world and Israel. This expansion helped set Marni on her own Jewish journey enabling her to closely identify with the mission of the Mayberg Foundation. Marni has 3 grown sons who are working hard to make their mark in the world.