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Annual Meeting

 

Our Annual Meeting, held in August, serves as an important yearly benchmark for our board and committee members.

Join us as we address new initiatives for our agencies, celebrate the service of our lay leaders, and welcome incoming board members.

2020 – 2021 Board Slate

Board Slate

A listing of board nominations for the Jewish Federation and its agencies is available below. To request a hard copy of these documents, please call Alisa at 937-610-1796.

The following individuals have been nominated for two year terms as officers on the Jewish Federation Board of Directors:

The following individuals have been nominated for three year terms as members on the Jewish Federation Board of Directors:
Teddy Goldenberg
Ben Mazer

The following individuals have been nominated for two year terms as members on the Jewish Federation Board of Directors:
Jon Freeman
Cadi Polk

The following individual has been nominated for a one year term as a member on the Jewish Federation Board of Directors:
Gary Abrams
David Feibus
Renana Harel
Judy Woll

The following individuals have been nominated for two year terms to serve on the Jewish Community Center Board:
Janice Kohn
Brian Gold
Michael Caruso

The following individuals have been nominated for two year terms to serve on the Jewish Family Services Advisory Board:
Joe Saks ~ Vice Chair
Dena Briskin

Elissa Dinsmore
Marni Flagel
Masha Kisel

Annual Lay Leadership Awards

2017 Annual Meeting
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