Schreier Named Chief of Staff

Rabbi Dr. Berman Appoints Julie Schreier to Chief of Staff

Yeshiva University President Dr. Ari Berman has announced the appointment of Julie Schreier ’86YUHS, ’89S as chief of staff in the Office of the President. Schreier will support the President and senior leadership of the University on a wide range of strategic issues. She will be the primary liaison through which members of the community—trustees, faculty, students, and staff—can communicate with the president, and is responsible for ensuring progress on major University-wide initiatives. Schreier has spent the past seven years in YU’s Department of Institutional Advancement, where she served in various leadership roles, including director of the Long Island region and assistant vice president of institutional advancement for the office of the president.

“Julie brings to this position years of deep experience, a high standard of professionalism and excellence, as well as extensive relationships throughout the YU community,” said Dr. Berman. “She will serve as a stellar addition to our leadership team.”

Schreier has strong ties to the University, having graduated Samuel H. Wang Yeshiva University High School for Girls, Stern College for Women, and Wurzweiler School of Social Work’s Certificate Program in Jewish Philanthropy. She also received an MBA from Baruch College. Her parents and husband are proud YU alumni and her children have graduated or currently attend YU schools.

“It is an exciting and historic time at Yeshiva University,” said Schreier. “I am honored to have the opportunity to work with Dr. Berman in building the future of our institution.”

Schreier succeeds Dr. Stuart Halpern who has been named senior advisor to the provost.