Chief Impact Officer, Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta
Executive Director, Chattahoochee NOW
Jodi Lox Mansbach recently became the Chief Impact Officer for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta. Prior to assuming this role, she worked with the City of Atlanta to launch Atlanta City Studio its first pop-up urban design center incubating new ideas about the design of the City and engaging the community in the process. Previously she was the Vice President of Development & Construction at Jamestown, a real estate investment and management company. As an urban planner, Jodi was involved in the firm’s New Urbanist development and adaptive reuse projects including Ponce City Market where she led the design of the rooftop entertainment project. At Jamestown, Jodi also served as the Sustainability Director and started and ran the Jamestown Charitable Foundation. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Yale University, Master of Arts in Art History from Northwestern University and Master in City and Regional Planning from the Georgia Institute of Technology. A New Jersey native, Jodi has lived in Atlanta for the past 20+ years after living in Chicago and Washington DC. She loves to travel, ride her electric bike and look for mushrooms as well as spend time with her family (husband, three kids and a dog) in the north Georgia mountains.