Organizational Development and Policy in New York
Graham Ives Rabinowitsch is a young professional concerned about civic engagement, government ethics and transparency, public education, organizational effectiveness, and our future. His academic and professional interests focus on organizational design/structure, development, and policy in the public sector (government and non-profit).
Rabinowitsch is an alumnus of the George Washington University, dual majoring in Organizational Sciences and Political Science / Public Policy (BA '14), Teachers College, Columbia University in Psychology: Organizational (MA '16), and the Joseph S. Murphy Institute for Worker Education and Labor Studies at the CUNY School of Professional Studies (Advanced Certificate in Labor Relations '18).
From 2014 to 2016, Rabinowitsch served as Florida PTA Vice President for Educational Development. As an undergraduate at GW, he was Chief Executive Officer of the Organizational Sciences Student Association (OSSA) for two years. Rabinowitsch previously served as Assistant Student Advisor to the School Board of Broward County (Florida), Chair of the Civic Engagement Committee of the Broward County Association of Student Councils, and on the Broward County School Board's District Advisory Council, Diversity Committee, and Ethics Code Committee. Rabinowitsch has experience in policy and program development in government and nonprofit organizations.
Empowering others to become engaged in civic action is a driving force in Rabinowitsch's life. He looks forward to opportunities in organizational development and policy in the government and nonprofit sectors.