Robert Nomberg

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Nonprofit Studies

  • Profile

    Nomberg serves as the President and CEO of Richmond Jewish Foundation, leading all development, marketing and public relations efforts for the Foundation. Nomberg has a doctorate in education administration and policy from The George Washington University, a master’s degree in public administration from the University of Michigan and a B.S. from the University of Alabama. Nomberg is a Teach For America alumnus who taught high school math and science and coached football and a former public school administrator trained in the New Leaders for New Schools program. The native Alabamian served as the education and workforce development advisor to former Governor Don Siegelman.

    • Memberships

      Estate Planning Council of Virginia


      Virginia Gift Planning Council

    • Professional Experience

      President and CEO/Development Director (2007 - Present)

      Richmond Jewish Foundation, Richmond


      Founding Principal/Performance Specialist (2005-2007)

      Friendship Public Charter Schools, Washington, DC


      New Leaders for New Schools Resident Principal (2004-2005)

      Anacostia High School, District of Columbia Public Schools, Washington, DC


      Assistant Director (2002-2003)

      Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs, Montgomery, Ala.


      Deputy Policy Director/Education Policy Advisor (2000-2003)

      Office of the Governor, State of Alabama, Montgomery, AL

    • Community Service

      Board of Directors, Henrico Education Foundation

      Board of Directors, Orchard House School

      Student Performance Task Force, Henrico County Public Schools

      Budget Advisory Committee, Henrico County Public Schools

      Member, Senator Mark Warner’s Interfaith Advisory Group