Victor Vitkin manages Blue Meridian’s relationships with regional strategies, including developing scaling plans. Working closely with Managing Directors, he also contributes to Blue Meridian’s investee selection process, supports other individual investee relationships and collaborates on innovation initiatives to expand Blue Meridian’s work.
Previously he directed the Brandeis-Genesis Institute for Russian Jewry, a program that seeks to galvanize the Russian-speaking Jewish community around the world, and was co-founder and principal of Paradigm Consulting, advising nonprofit and philanthropic organizations on strategy, program development, evaluation and sustainability.
Before that, Victor served as director of educational programs at the Jewish Agency for Israel, the largest Jewish nonprofit in the world, and was executive director and co-founder of One Plus One, an organization serving immigrant youth in Israel.
Victor earned a BA in Management and Education at Herzen State University in Saint Petersburg, Russia, an MA in Communications and Public Relations at Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and an MBA in Strategic Management at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.