Adam SoclofSenior Strategist
Adam Soclof is a values-driven storyteller, motivated by a deep desire to help people feel a stronger sense of belonging and mutual responsibility.
Adam specializes in designing two-speed brand plans with staff and lay leadership, strengthening engagement, operations, and moves management for philanthropic and programmatic stakeholders.
Adam most recently led marketing and communications at The Jewish Education Project. Prior to that, he was founding editor of JTA’s This Week in Jewish History newsletter. An obsessive dot-connector, Adam has also developed a reputation for solving social media mysteries, like helping NPR locate the owner of a vintage Bat Mitzvah T-Shirt found in Kenya.
Adam’s professional networks include The Marketing Academy, PresenTense (now Upstart), the Schusterman Foundation’s ROI Community, and the UJA-Federation of New York Shapiro Fellowship. Married to a nonprofit executive and deeply brand loyal, his kids are named after his wedding caterer and favorite shoe brand, respectively.