Currently the executive vice president of programs at the Fred A. and Barbara M. Erb Family Foundation, Jodee was hired as the vice president of programs at the Erb Family Foundation upon its creation in 2008. Previously, Jodee worked at The Jewish Fund and Skillman Foundation. A graduate of the Wayne State University Law School, she has also practiced nonprofit and corporate law in Detroit. Recognized in 2007 by Crain’s Detroit Business as one of metro Detroit’s Most Influential Women, Jodee currently serves on the Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue Board; Live6 Advisory Board; Building the Engine of Community Development in Detroit Steering Committee; Urban Water Funders Steering Committee; Detroit Sustainability Advisory Commission; and Detroit Stormwater Hub Advisory Committee. Recent boards include: President, Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue; Vice President, Palmer Woods Association; Co-Chair, Great Lakes Funders Collaboration; Co- Chair, Urban Water Funders Network; Wayne State University Alumni Association Board; ACLU of Metropolitan Detroit Advisory Board; co-founder/co-director, Sukkah x Detroit. Jodee holds a Bachelor of Arts degree University of Michigan and J.D. from Wayne State University. Jodee is the primary contact for the Foundation’s Green Stormwater Infrastructure program and overall grants program strategy.