Amy Krulik is the Executive Director of Main Line Reform Temple in Wynnewood, PA.  Prior to that, Amy was CEO of Kaiserman JCC. Amy began her career in the Philadelphia Jewish community as the Director of Communications and Cultural Arts Programs at Kaiserman. She then moved on to become the Membership Director and then the Site Director before moving from Kaiserman to the then JCCs’ central office as VP of Marketing for the JCCs of Greater Philadelphia. From 2007-2016, she was the Executive Director of the Jewish Relief Agency, the largest hunger relief agency supporting the Philadelphia Jewish community. Amy is known as an enterprising organizational leader with a proven ability in program and fiscal management, board and community engagement, fund development and strategic marketing. Her particular strengths include a commitment to best practices that foster sustainable programs and resource development, leading organizations through periods of transition, and creating a common vision that ensures viability and mission fulfillment for the future.

Amy holds a Masters in City Planning from the University of Pennsylvania and a B.A. in Government and English from Hamilton College. When she’s not putting her OSHA forklift operator’s license to good use, Amy serves on the board of Healthy NewsWorks, a student journalism program for elementary and middle school aged students. Amy lives in Philadelphia with her husband Jeff and has two daughters who share her commitment to community engagement.