Rob Goldberg has been a professional staff member of The Jewish Federations of North America’s (JFNA) legislative and public policy arm since 2000. His areas of responsibility include advocating on range of aging, health, homeland security, and social services policy and spending priorities before Congress and the Executive Branch; formulating strategies for JFNA’s overall legislative agenda; and providing technical assistance to state government affairs and program professionals affiliated with JFNA on federal legislative, regulatory, and program compliance matters. He is a prolific researcher and technical writer. During his tenure at JFNA, Rob has been the principal advocate for the Nonprofit Security Grant Program, the Holocaust Survivor Assistance Program, the Emergency Food & Shelter Program, and the NORC-Aging in Place Program – all special initiatives developed within JFNA’s Washington office and all in support of at-risk communities. Rob is a single dad of two teenage boys.