Jonathan Hoose

Jonathan Hoose is a Program Officer at the Community Foundation. In this role, he manages a portfolio of grantmaking programs that support the Foundation’s current community goals of advancing education, racial/ethnic equity, the environment and arts and architecture. As the primary contact for the funds he oversees, he makes grant recommendations, conducts oversight and performs evaluations, and manages a significant portion of the grant making activity to support community impact efforts.

Prior to joining the Community Foundation, Jonathan served as Philanthropic Advisor at the Rochester Area Community Foundation, where he managed a portfolio that included individuals, families and private foundations. Previously, he served in various roles in Rochester-area nonprofits, including Community Engagement Coordinator at Northeast Organic Farming Association of New York, Grants Administrator at a private family foundation and   Grant Writer at the Center for Disability Rights.

Jonathan received his B.A. in English Language and Literature from the State University of New York at Geneseo.