Tali is a fundraising strategist with over a decade of experience, building strategic partnerships and leading innovation processes.

Throughout her career, Tali’s work in organizational growth has always focused on the nexus between an organization’s vision for the future and ability to convey that vision (and accompanying roadmap) to the right people. Her experience in multiple sectors, including government, religious institutions, social welfare, agricultural research and development, and international development, has taught her that even the most seemingly niche causes invariably appeal to a wide and diverse donor base.

Tali can often be seen on her balcony, using the sliding glass doors to her living room as a massive whiteboard to brainstorm and explore new approaches and different donor perspectives for new challenges.

Tali loves classic rock but can also sing along with every Disney soundtrack since the 80s (so multiple generations think she’s pretty cool). She reads classical literature and historical non-fiction, especially biographies of American presidents. Most importantly, Tali loves people (more so when it’s mutual – which is why she’s also an avid baker). She joined ALTRUICITY because she saw it as an incredible opportunity to help make the world a better place by helping more people engage meaningfully with causes about which they are passionate.

Tali is originally from Long Island, New York. Today she lives with her husband and three children in Lod, Israel.


Public Speaking (AIPAC,AJC, American Conference of Jewish Presidents, Momentum, Passages etc.)

Volcani InternationalPartnerships – COO (past), International Advisory Board Member (current)

Western Wall Heritage Foundation – Deputy Director of VIP Relations

Years Experience: 11


Jewish Heritage Preservation


Foundation Giving

International Development

Program Design

Multisector Collaboration & Development

Agricultural R&D


Capital Campaigns

Strategic Development Planning

Major Gift Cultivation

Program Evaluation (M&E)

RFPs and Grant Development

Board Cultivation and Management