As Acting Director, Michelle Eisenberg is responsible for executing CCAHA’s strategic goals and business planning initiatives. She manages large scale conservation and preservation projects with partner organizations, leading internal and external teams. She oversees CCAHA’s budget and works with the Board of Directors on business development.
Prior to joining CCAHA, Michelle worked at Schultz & Williams, a consulting firm serving the nonprofit sector. Michelle was formerly Associate Director of Temple University’s Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute and held several development roles at the National Constitution Center. She has a MBA from Temple University and a BA in History from the University of Pennsylvania.