Matthew Louchheim is vice president of corporate development for Bobrick Washroom Equipment, Inc., a 100 year-old washroom accessory, partition, and child-seating company. He is a governor of Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (HUC-JIR), and founded Haskalah, HUC-JIR’s association of young professionals and alumni. Matt is also treasurer of his family’s foundation, which focuses on childhood literacy. He serves on the Tocqueville Society Cabinet at United Way of Greater Los Angeles and is a member of Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills. Matt received his bachelor’s degree in history at Yale University and his M.B.A. at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
The Foundation not only facilitates grantmaking, but more importantly accelerates it by making Cutting Edge Grants, supporting the development of family foundation strategies, and educating emerging philanthropists on the power of donor advised funds. Through these important levers, The Foundation is having tremendous impact from our local community to Israel and everywhere in between. As a new trustee, I especially look forward to learning from the people behind the Foundation's success, including other trustees, the leadership team, and staff.
- Product Development and Marketing
- Business-to-Business Sales
Community Leadership Summary:
- Foundation trustee
- Governor, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion
- Tocqueville Society Cabinet, United Way of Greater Los Angeles
- Treasurer, Louchheim Foundation