AJC CEO Ted Deutch

Ted Deutch Is New American Jewish Committee CEO
Ted Deutch has assumed the helm of American Jewish Committee (AJC) as CEO of the leading global Jewish advocacy organization. He succeeds David Harris, who stepped down Friday, after serving as AJC CEO for more than 32 years. “Becoming CEO of AJC is a great honor and humbling responsibility,” said Deutch. “I am wholeheartedly committed to furthering AJC’s nonpartisan, centrist approach, and will be steadfast in my efforts to advance the organization’s mission of enhancing the well-being of the Jewish people and Israel.”
As AJC CEO, Ted Deutch Embraces Lifelong Charge
Ted Deutch, CEO of American Jewish Committee, has channeled his relentless advocacy for the Jewish people and Israel into a new role at the helm of the premier global Jewish advocacy organization.
6 Things to Know About AJC CEO Ted Deutch
From his early days at Camp Ramah in the Poconos, to his time as a campus leader at the University of Michigan Jewish community, to emerging as one of Israel’s foremost champions in the halls of Congress, American Jewish Committee’s new CEO Ted Deutch’s life is defined by his relentless advocacy and love for the Jewish people.