Stephanie Haina

Vice President of Sponsorships and Philanthropy

Stephanie Haina was born and raised in Los Angeles. After completing high school at El Camino Real High, she earned her bachelors degree in Marketing and a minor in Business Honors from California State University, Northridge (CSUN). While at CSUN, Stephanie helped open the internship office at the College of Business and assisted numbers of students in finding internships that were suitable to their desired career path. During her junior year at CSUN, Stephanie began an internship at J.D. Power (formally known as J.D. Power and Associates), where she then was hired as a full-time employee in the Corporate Communications department six months before graduating.

During the many years she spent at J.D. Power, Stephanie was responsible for overseeing all conferences and events for the company, including the sale of sponsorships, agenda and speaker management, and developing revenue-generating partnership opportunities. She also organized all community relations efforts for the company and helped raise money for many non-profits in the Greater Los Angeles area. Stephanie has recently transitioned to the advertising world, still working in the automotive space.

Stephanie has always loved helping others and has always found ways to give back. She joined Kol Ahava because of her desire to make a difference in the world and help those who are in need. With her credible resume, she looks forward to securing corporate sponsors and help make Kol Ahava a nationally known non-profit organization.

Degree

California State University, Northridge – B.S.

Experience

J.D. Power – Conferences and Consumer Development Manager

Solve Media, Inc. – Account Executive, Automotive

RadiumOne – Account Director, West

Contact Info

Stephanie Haina

(310) 359-8779, ext. 136

stephanie@kolahava.org

Responsibilities

  • Oversee the sales of sponsorships and philanthropic efforts.
  • Manage sponsorship relationships¬†from initial outreach to contract negotiation.
  • Oversee the donation process of individual and corporate sponsors.