Rainah Berlowitz currently serves as Director of Finance and Business Operations for Education Through Music, Inc. (ETM), a not-for-profit where he has worked since 1997 to help under-resourced schools to provide music as a core subject for all children. He received an A.B. in English from Princeton University and came to ETM in 1997 through the Princeton AlumniCorps’ Project 55 Fellowship Program. He continues to volunteer with Alumnicorps as a member of its New York Fellowship committee, helping plan and provide seminars on social impact and leadership development to current Fellows placed in a variety of New York area nonprofits. Rainah also serves as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Giving Opportunities To Others, Inc. (GOTO), a not-for-profit founded in 2001 that cultivates young professional leaders who organize other volunteers and supporters in raising money to send under-served NYC youth to summer arts camp on scholarship. In Fall 2011, he completed executive leadership training as a participant in the New York Arts & Business Council’s Arts Leadership Institute. In 2012, he was one of twelve nonprofit professionals from the U.S. and overseas selected to participate in the American Express Foundation/Aspen Institute Fellowship for Emerging Nonprofit Leaders. Rainah also plays guitar, studies chess, and collects board games.