Practica Development Services provides comprehensive assistance to not-for-profit and mission-based for-profit organizations looking to develop themselves with an eye towards the future.
Practica helps these organizations increase their impact by improving capacity building initiatives, organizational structure, and planning. Practica provides support and guidance in these areas, and more, so that the executives, boards, and staff can focus on their core mission.
Practica’s President and CEO, Jason Brzoska, brings an entrepreneurial energy and focus to his work.
The Practica Team
Jason Brzoska, President and CEO
Jason has worked for nearly 15 years in the non profit sector, most recently as the Chief Operating Officer and Co-Director of MyJewishLearning, Inc. In that time, he has also gained hands on experience at the project management, operations oversight, systems and information development, fundraising, grant writing, and marketing and advertising for not-for-profit and mission-based for-profit organizations.
Jason brings an entrepreneurial spirit to his work. He was selected to both the Professional Leaders Project and the Gestalt International Study Center’s Leadership in the 20th Century Program. At the same time, he remains close to community causes. He has sat on the boards of several non profits, including UJA/Federation of New York’s Caring Commission, which is responsible for giving tens of millions of dollars in grants annually to agencies around the Greater New York Area, and the advisory board for Jewish Studies at his alma mater, the University at Albany.
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Katie Himmelfarb, Development Associate
Katie’s work is motivated by an enthusiasm for bringing together divergent stakeholders to improve communication and ultimately create more effective organizations and initiatives.