Marc B. Terrill
The Associated Jewish Federation of Baltimore
For nearly 20 years, Marc B. Terrill has lead The Associated Jewish Federation of Baltimore in its day-to-day operations and management as well as planning for the future.
The nonprofit aims to build partnerships with the community and other nonprofit entities as well as to provide resources through their family of agencies designed to address issues and needs in the Jewish community such as education, humanitarian, social, charitable, religious, health and cultural issues.
Guiding the agency since 2003, Terrill is only the sixth to serve as president in the organization’s 100-year history. He first joined the nonprofit in 1989, staying for seven years before taking a job in Boston running an annual campaign for a Jewish organization. He returned to the Baltimore nonprofit in 1998.
Terrill received an honorary doctorate from the Baltimore Hebrew Institute (then known as the Baltimore Hebrew University) at Towson University in 2005. He also earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Florida, a master’s degree in social work with a concentration in community organization from Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University in New York.
He has given his time to several organizations over the years including currently serving as an honorary trustee for the Baltimore Community Foundation.