Executive Assistant – Special Projects
Marge Brownstein utilizes her institutional knowledge of more than 30 years with the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation to carry out special projects, such as creating displays at our campus. She is involved in a variety of Foundation communications activities, including special publications and reports. She led the development and publication of our definitive book, The Hilton Legacy: Serving Humanity Worldwide. Prior to her role as executive assistant - special projects, she served the Foundation as senior program officer. In this capacity, Brownstein oversaw initiatives in the areas of domestic violence and substance abuse. Before joining the Hilton Foundation, Brownstein worked at the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles, Hillel Council at UCLA, and TOSCO Corporation. She attended the International Graduate Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies in Arad, Israel where she spent a year as community volunteer. Brownstein received her bachelor’s degree in French and linguistics from UCLA.
Posts by Marge Brownstein
The Christmas spirit graced Conrad Hilton's life from cradle to grave—literally. He was born on Christmas Day (in 1887) and the last words carved on his gravestone read, Christmas is forever.