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Susan Feit is executive director of The National Conference for Community and Justice of the Piedmont-Triad. Raised in the Chicago area, Susan lived in Israel for over twenty years before returning to the United States in 2004. Across two continents, Susan has dedicated her life to building inclusive, just societies. In Israel, she worked extensively with Arabs and Ethiopian Jews and co-chaired a committee to improve educational opportunities for the Ethiopian-Israeli community. She also established and chaired two affinity groups for foundations – one for funders of initiatives supporting Ethiopian-Israelis and the other for foundations working to advance Bedouin Arabs. Susan was instrumental in establishing a fund dedicated to promoting human rights in the Palestinian territories in addition to other leadership roles on national initiatives.
After moving to Greensboro, Susan consulted with foundations and organizations before taking the helm at NCCJ in 2007. She brings strategic focus and has broadened the reach of the nonprofit's nationally-recognized programs. She also serves as a vice chairman for the National Federation of Just Communities.
Alison Jones took over as NCCJ’s office manager and executive assistant
in 2008. Alison brings extensive administrative experience. She holds a BS in Political Science and Justice and Policy Studies from Guilford College, and she has completed courses in nonprofit management and fundraising at Alamance Community College.
After college, Alison set her sights at first on law school and Constitutional Law,
then realized that she would rather be involved hands-on in the community. Her rich volunteer experience includes work with the Greensboro Jaycees, North Carolina’s Junior Miss scholarship program, Delancy Street and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
Charles Jones received his bachelor of arts in Communication Studies from UNC-Greensboro, where he also competed in wrestling and track and field for the Spartans. He competed in the NCCA Championship in track and field and was an NCAA Leadership Conference attendee.
Charles joined NCCJ in 2012 after working in marketing and development for the Greensboro Children’s Museum for more than three years. As an intern at the museum, he co-chaired the “Running of the Green” 5k and Family Fun Run. He eventually became Special Events Coordinator, working on events such as the “Green Acres Gala,” Make Believe Ball/Harvest Hoedown and National Adoption Day. He lives in Greensboro.