Masha Sud Lokshin, MBA
Masha Sud Lokshin is the assistant director at the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies. She is responsible for the administrative coordination of the Steinhardt Social Research Institute, the Cohen Center for Modern Jewish Studies and the Fisher-Bernstein Institute for Jewish Philanthropy and Leadership, where she manages budgets, personnel and office administration, as well as communication with other campus departments and outside collaborators. Masha holds a BA in Economics from Brandeis University and an MBA from Bentley College. Prior to coming to CMJS, Masha worked in the financial and consulting industries. She is a native Russian speaker. In addition to her language abilities, she brings knowledge of Russian culture and history and organizational expertise to the Center.