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JCC Association Welcomes New Board Members

At its meeting in May, JCC Association of North America’s board of directors welcomed 14 new members to its ranks. The newly elected individuals represent communities of all sizes from coast to coast and have proven themselves to be outstanding leaders in Jewish life, deeply engaged in the endeavors of their local JCCs (Jewish Community Centers and Jewish Community Camps), and respected professionals in their fields.

The new JCC Association board members are:

Edward M. Atkins, M.D., Glencoe, IL
David Begelfer, Boston MA
Michael Gold, Stamford, CT
Larry C. Gottlieb, New York, NY
Carolynn H. Levy, Boston, MA
Menachem Revivi, Jerusalem, Israel
Susan Steiner Saal, Palo Alto, CA
Rhea Schwartz, Washington, DC
Rabbi Gerald C. Skolnik, Forest Hills, NY
Charles S. Temel, New York NY

In their capacity as JCC Executives/CEOs, these individuals also joined the JCC Association board:

Marc Fisher, Cincinnati, OH (Mayerson JCC of Cincinnati)
Amy Lavin, Seattle, WA (Stroum JCC of Greater Seattle)
Todd Rockoff, Tucson, AZ (Tucson JCC)
Brian D. Siegel, Detroit, MI (JCC of Metropolitan Detroit)

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About JCC Association of North America
JCC Association of North America leads and connects the JCC Movement, advancing and enriching North American Jewish life. With 1.5 million people walking through the doors of JCCs (Jewish Community Centers and Jewish Community Camps) each week, the JCC Movement represents the largest platform of Jewish engagement on the continent. JCC Association is the convening organization of this powerful network, partnering with JCCs to bring together the collective power and knowledge of the JCC Movement, which includes approximately 53,000 staff members—12,000 full-time skilled professionals, 24,000 part-time staff, and 17,000 seasonal summer staff. By supporting them, together we enhance and strengthen Jewish life throughout North America. Learn more at  JCCA.org or on FacebookInstagram,  and Twitter.

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