Jeff Ginsburg has held various roles in the for-profit, not-for-profit, and education policy worlds. Before joining EHTP, Jeff spent five years at United Way of Massachusetts Bay, in various senior positions. He was the founding director and designer of United Way’s Math, Science & Technology initiative (MSTi), a program that grew from 60 students at three sites to a statewide after-school program serving nearly 10,000 youth at 40 locations. The program was held up as a national model by the National Science Foundation, as well as cited in a speech by Senator Edward Kennedy as “an example of the work needed to be done to ensure the successful future of Massachusetts.
Previously, Jeff held management positions in the for-profit web and telecommunication sectors, and also spent various periods as a working rock musician. Jeff has served on multiple nonprofit boards and continues as an advisory board member for MSTi. Jeff holds a bachelor’s degree from Trinity College in Hartford, and a master’s degree in public policy from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, where he studied education policy and nonprofit management while serving as a Founding Chair of the Dean’s Committee on Public Service.
Jeff is a member of the NYC National Service Leadership Council. He is married to Erin K. Blakeley, a writer and journalist, with whom he has three young children, Liam, Cathleen and Conor.In 2016, Jeff was named to Crain’s 40 under 40.