Mindee Fredman, MSW, MAJNM
Vice President, Community Impact
Mindee Fredman is the Vice President of Community Impact at the Jewish Federation of St. Louis where she oversees needs assessment, plan/strategy development, investment of community resources and impact evaluation. She has worked in the Jewish communal field for 25 years and holds a BA in Anthropology/Archaeology, a Masters in Jewish Nonprofit Management and a Masters in Social Work. In her tenure at Jewish Federation of St. Louis, Mindee has also managed projects in the areas of development, Board governance, supporting foundations, leadership and professional development, and Israel travel, engagement & education. She serves as an expert panelist on a number of local, state and national review processes including the Missouri Department of Social Services Social Innovation Project, JFNA Grants for Innovations in PCTI services for Holocaust Survivors and the Slingshot Guide to Jewish Innovation. She has served as an adjunct professor in the Brown School of Social Work at Washington University and is currently an Adjunct Student Advisor. Mindee is a fellow in Cohort II of the Mandel Executive Leadership Program, is a proud alum of the Wexner Heritage Program and was the 2017 recipient of the JProStl Career Achievement Award. In 2020, Mindee was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from HUC-JIR in recognition of her commitment, dedication, and service to Judaism and the Jewish people for the past 25 years.
Mindee is married to Zev and they are the proud parents of three teenage boys.