The Butterfly Project Staff


Cheryl Rattner Price,
Co-Founder and Executive Director

Cheryl Rattner Price Executive Director The Butterfly ProjectCheryl Rattner Price has over 30 years experience in ceramics, sculpture and architectural design, creating public art that brings communities together for a cause. In addition to her work as Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Butterfly Project, she has been a pioneer for San Diego’s Anti Defamation League (ADL) Holocaust Education Conferences, particularly developing Holocaust survivor relationships with educators and students. Passionate about art, education and tolerance, board memberships include The Agency for Jewish Education and San Diego Center for Jewish Culture (JCC/CJC). Her role has expanded globally, coaching educators and artists to create impact and meaning through the effective use of The Butterfly Project for people of all faiths. Read more about Cheryl Rattner Price

Margaux Dinerman,
Director of Development

Margaux Dinerman obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Dance from Mills College in Oakland, California and Master’s Degree in Dance Ethnology from UCLA. Margaux had a long career in the arts as a dancer, teacher, musician and arts administrator, and has worked in San Diego’s Jewish communal work and non-profit organizations since 2005. She has worked as a Development Associate for Canine Companions for Independence, Director of Development for Palm Valley School, and was the Director of Women’s Philanthropy at the Jewish Federation of the Desert. Margaux is thrilled to be a member of The Butterfly Project staff as the Director of Development. Read more about Margaux Dinerman

Christine Tomasello,
Director of Operations

Christine is a therapist and a small business consultant who received her Bachelor’s of Fine Arts from UC Irvine and her Master’s in Counseling from CSU Fullerton. In 2013, Christine began consulting with local San Diego entrepreneurs and small businesses, helping them design and implement operational systems to support their growing business. Christine has been with The Butterfly Project for over six years and has helped the organization shape its strategy and operational foundation. Read more about Christine Tomasello

 

Emma Kitnick,
Program Manager

Emma earned her B.A. in Elementary and Special Education from Arizona State University and has built a robust career developing creative programs in the non-profit sector. She is passionate about Holocaust education and feels a strong connection to the mission of The Butterfly Project. Emma has studied Jewish history while living in Israel. In addition, she has traveled to 22 countries and has done extensive service learning work in Thailand, Cambodia, and India. Emma is extremely excited to use her skills to create positive change in the world and is thrilled to be a member of The Butterfly Project Team. Read more about Emma Kitnick

 

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