Moshe and Dahlia Bellows
Tamid Distinguished Alumni ‚ÄčCelebrating the Bellows Family dedication of MJE's Senior Fellowship Program in memory of Shael Bellows
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Moshe and Dahlia have been involved in MJE since its inception. Moshe found MJE as a young single TV and Film actor while also matriculating through  law school. Dahlia was a recent grad school graduate. While they did not technically meet at MJE, the growing, learning environment added depth and breadth to their budding relationship. As a dating couple, Dahlia and Moshe began attending MJE events, each bringing their cohort of friends and work colleagues.  The young couple reveled in hosting MJE participants for lively shabbat meals. Soon thereafter Moshe served as a board member and grew into the role of confidante to Rabbi Wildes. The Wildes and Bellows families have enjoyed a multigenerational relationship. The familial relationship with the Wildes and MJE community nurtures the Bellows family to this day. 


Professionally, Moshe is the Managing Principal at Maccabee Ventures, an early-stage venture fund, with 25+ years as an entrepreneur, strategic investor, and advisor to tech companies. A third-generation Senior Living owner, he served as CIO and VP of Business Development & Acquisitions at The Kensington Group. Moshe is the Managing Member of BFI, LLC, a family office. 


Dedicated to educating the next generation of financial professionals with moral clarity, Moshe is an Adjunct Professor at Yeshiva University, Sy Syms School of Business, having developed a year-long Angel and Venture Capital Investing curriculum. 


Moshe’s academic background includes a B.A. from Yeshiva University, a Juris Doctor from Fordham University School of Law, an MSW from Wurzweiler School of Social Work, Applied Behavioral Analysis certification from UNT, and Rabbinic Ordination. 


Dahlia is the Assistant Director of Career Services at  Touro University, Lander College for Women.  Previously, Dahlia worked 10+ years in social services in foster care, hospitals and as a supervisor at the Administration for Children’s Services. An organized individual by nature, Dahlia then founded her own professional organizing company, Your Amazing Space, assisting children and adults in clearing clutter and setting up efficient and organized systems within their homes and offices. Dahlia received her BA from UMASS Amherst and a MSW from the University of Pennsylvania.


Beyond his professional commitments, Moshe serves on nonprofit boards and committees, including Project Extreme, The Manhattan Jewish Experience, AARP AgeTech Collaborative, AIPAC Venture Tech, UJA’s Tech and Venture Capital Council, and the Caring Department’s Aging Subcommittee. Dahlia currently serves as an advisor to the education board and liaison committee of SAR.


Dahlia and Moshe live on the Upper West Side with their three daughters.


To join the Moshe and Dahlia Bellows Tribute Committee please email [email protected] or call 917.841.8870



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