Heather Nodelman

Clinton Foundation Supporter

As the CEO of the Nodelman Home Corporation, Heather has focused her management skills on raising the Nodelman's’ beautiful, precocious four-year-old identical twin daughters.  Prior to taking on this extremely important role, Heather was a Japanese language instructor specializing in elementary and middle school education at The Nueva School in Hillsborough, California.  Heather has deep and abiding passion for the percussive dance known as "clogging," with roots in English, Appalachian, and African dance.  She teaches and performs clogging at both the local and national level.  Heather has held past positions in technology public relations for IBM, eBay, PayPal and Adobe.  She received a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from The George Washington University with a concentration in political communications.  Heather had the privilege of interning at the White House during President Clinton's second term in office, as well as the State Department and U.S. Senate.  Heather met her husband Oleg while translating at the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta.  She is a native of Dalton, Georgia, and currently resides in San Francisco.