Director of Client Engagement, 21/64
Adina Schwartz is the Director of Client Engagement at 21/64. In her role, Adina consults with multigenerational families, facilitates retreats for peer cohorts and coaches donors and professionals of all ages. She began her career in the private sector, as the C.O.O. of a start-up fashion and lifestyle brand on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Her passion for next generation engagement blossomed in her role as Director of 20s & 30s Programs at The JCC in Manhattan. Adina has shared her experience engaging millennial constituents and donors at national and international conferences, and in 2015 she was invited by the Higher School of Economics in Moscow to speak about the ‘uniqueness’ of millennial donors at a symposium on the role of innovation in the nonprofit sector. Most recently, Adina served as a consultant to the Vodafone Institute for Society and Communications, a Berlin-based think tank contributing to the debate on digital transformation across the European Union.
Adina received her Master’s degree in Public Policy from the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin, where she studied generational trends in philanthropy, with a focus on millennials. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from York University and completed a postgraduate certification in Applied Behavior Analysis.