Michael S. Glickman joined the Museum of Jewish Heritage as President & CEO in September of 2016. Prior to joining the Museum, Glickman served as a vice president at Long Island University (LIU), where he oversaw fundraising, alumni relations, government and community affairs, strategy and planning, and a variety of external initiatives across the various campuses of the university. Glickman joined LIU in the summer of 2014, following almost a decade of leading the Center for Jewish History in New York City. The Center serves as the largest and most significant repository of modern Jewish history in the world. During his time at the Center for Jewish History, Glickman raised over $100 million in philanthropic and government support and grew the institution into a premier destination for visitors and scholars from around the world. Glickman received his Master of Public Administration degree with a concentration in management and finance from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs and his Master’s and Bachelor’s in political science from Long Island University.