Rabbi Seth Mandell, Koby's father, is the Founder and President of The Koby Mandell Foundation. Rabbi Mandell has been involved in Jewish education programs since 1982. He was the Director of the Hillel Foundation at the University of Maryland. Under his leadership, the Hillel program became one of the largest and most active Jewish College educational programs in North America. In addition, he has an extensive background in Jewish communal work and Jewish education. A seasoned orator, Rabbi Mandell speaks globally about The Koby Mandell Foundation and current topics in Israel.

Sherri Mandell, Koby's mom is the founder of The Koby Mandell Foundation Mother's Healing Retreat. The idea for creating a Healing program was born from her personal experience with grief since Koby's murder. In addition to providing the program with vision and sensitivity she manages the creative and organizational elements of the program. Sherri is a distinguished writer with extensive publications worldwide. Her book, "The Blessing of a Broken Heart", is going into its third publication and was the winner of the National Jewish Book Award in 2004.

Reuven Angstreich serves as the Executive Director of the Israeli operations of the Koby Mandell Foundation and as Director of Camp Koby. Roy, who has an Masters in Social Work Degree from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work, previously served as the Administrator of Beit Midrash L"Torah in Jerusalem. He has served as the Director of Camp Simcha in Israel, a camp for children suffering,from Cancer and Cerebral Palsy and owner and director of Camp Ariel, a sleep away camp in Israel for English speakers.

Todd Sukol is the Executive Director of American Operations. Mr. Sukol is the Founder and President of a Bethesda-based marketing and public relations firm in operation for five years. He is a founding board member of The Koby Mandell Foundation. His connection to the Mandells is both personal and professional, dating back to his tenure as a student at Penn State when Rabbi Seth Mandell was the Hillel rabbi on campus.

Shimon Pepper is President of Shimon H. Pepper and Associates, a fundraising and management-consulting firm for not-for-profit organizations. Mr. Pepper has extensive experience initiating and managing multi-million dollar fundraising campaigns for Jewish non-profit organizations. Prior to the establishment of his firm, Mr. Pepper served as an Assistant Vice President for the United Jewish Appeal and National Director of Operation Exodus, a campaign that raised over $910 million. Mr. Pepper lectures extensively, serves on numerous fundraising and educational committees and leads worker-training seminars for volunteers in communal organizations.

Jackie Goldman, Coordinator of the Koby Mandell Foundation's Womenís Programs, as well as its Counseling and Support Services, received her Bachelorís degree in Psychology from Yeshiva University - Stern College for Women, and her Masterís in Counseling and Human Relations from Villanova University. A former Director of Counseling Services for the Ramah Programs in Israel, she conducts Counseling workshops for the Jewish Agency and various youth organizations, and Resilience and Coping workshops for the Education Project of the Israel Center for the Treatment of Psychotrauma.

Rabbi Dovid Kupinsky serves as the Co-Ordinator of youth Projects of the KMF and Head Counselor of Camp Koby. He received Ordination at Yeshivat Hamivtar and his Bed. from Herzog College in Gush Etzion. He previously served as Rabbi at the Baron Hirsh Synagogue in Memphis, Tennessee as well as their director of education and youth Programming. He also served as Director of camp Darom, a sleepaway camp in the southern United states.

Michael Lawrence joined The Koby Mandell Foundation in May 2006. He serves as North American Program Director and works on Public Relations projects in Israel. Michael is a qualified lawyer in New Zealand and Israel but continues his extensive involvement in Jewish informal education. For four years he traveled to and from Diaspora communities for the Jewish Agency of Israel and ran Jewish and Zionist Identity Seminars across Jewish schools and communities. Since 2002, he has become well-known for his Israel Advocacy and Israel Current Affairs sessions that he runs for visiting groups in Israel.