Manager of Strategic Partnerships and Operations

Professional Schmoozer. Retired Badminton Player. Aspiring Minimalist.

Suzanne Greene is the Manager of Strategic Partnerships and Operations at Base. In this role, Suzanne finds and develops partnerships to grow the Base movement while maintaining the authenticity, the close-knit community, and the beautiful soul of Base.

Suzanne holds a B.A. in Political Science from Binghamton University. Before joining the Base team, Suzanne worked in Alumni relations at Israel & Co., a non-profit that brings graduate students from top business, law, and policy schools on trips to Israel. Suzanne has previously worked as a political fundraiser and consultant, and began her career working for AIPAC in New York City.

A north shore gal from the east end of Long Island, Suzanne grew up attending public school and developed her love of Judaism from her involvement in USY. She spent a semester studying abroad in Israel on Tichon Ramah Yerushalayim (TRY), which deepened her passion for Israel. Suzanne went on to study for a semester at Tel Aviv University, and spent 4 months as a pre-school teacher on Kibbutz Ketura.

A former resident of Moishe House West Village and current Moishe House Without Walls host, Suzanne works to create meaningful, welcoming Jewish experiences for twenty somethings in Manhattan. Suzanne is also a board member for the New York chapter of Jewish Women International’s Young Women’s Leadership Network. Suzanne still loves to sing karaoke with her college a cappella buds, training in Krav Maga, and riding her bike through Brooklyn Bridge Park.