Education and career
Forman started his career in 1977 working as a legislative liaison for AIPAC. His title was Political Director. He stayed with AIPAC until 1981, when he left to go to Stanford University, where he completed an MBA in 1983.
After completing his MBA went to work for the National PAC as the New York Office Director, which he continued until 1985.
From 1990 to 1993, he served as a fellow at the Center for National Policy where he worked on the volume "Democrats and The American Idea: A Bicentennial Appraisal". He left the Center for National Policy to serve as the Director of Congressional Relations in the Office of Personnel Management of the Clinton Administration.
He left the Clinton Administration in January 1996 when he became the Executive Director of the National Jewish Democratic Council.
In September 2011, Forman was named Jewish Outreach Director for President Obama's 2012 Reelection Campaign.
In May 2013, Secretary of State John Kerry appointed Forman as the U.S. Special Envoy of the Office to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism.
Forman and his wife, Caryn Pass, have three children, and live in Washington, D.C.
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