Jewish Family Service installs new administrators – Essex News Daily

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ – MetroWest’s Jewish Family Service recently announced the installation of its 2022-2023 Board of Directors and board appointments.

The following people have been installed:

  • President Andrea G. Bier, of West Orange;
  • Vice Presidents Shari Brandt, Pamela Davis and Rachel G. Wilf, all of Short Hills; Michael Elchoness and Linda Jacobs, both of Livingston; and Jeff Shapiro of North Caldwell;
  • Treasurer Steven Glass, West Orange;
  • Secretary Pamela Fishman, of Short Hills;
  • Presidential nominee Eta Levenson, of West Orange;
  • outgoing president Melanie Levitan, of Morristown; and
  • Former presidential nominees Nancy Eskow and Marion Medow, both of Livingston.

Nicole Levitt, Emily Neider and Stephen Weinstein are nominated for an initial two-year term ending in June 2024. Nominations for an initial three-year term ending in June 2025 are Fishman, Lisa Lindauer and Carrie Nussbaum. Levenson and Wilf are appointed for a second three-year term ending in June 2025.

Directors continuing their terms on the board are Amy Black, Emily Kirshenbaum, Brandt, Michael Levinson, Rachel Braverman, Robert Marcus, Alan Cohen, Lawrence Rein, Fred Cohen, Mark Roffman, Seth Cohen, Sandra Z. Rosenbaum, Davis, Peter Sayre, Elchoness, Shapiro, Glass, David Sorkin, Jacobs, Rita Yohalem, A. Gary Katz, and Judith Zaks.

Robin Polson will chair the Rachel Coalition Steering Committee until June 2023.

Those retiring or leaving the board are Thelma Florin, Jordana Horn-Gordon, Merle Kalishman, Steven Kany, Stephen Lampf, Jed Marcus, Jean Rich and Barbara Sebiri.

The JFS nominating committee is chaired by Levenson and Sebiri; its members are

Levitan, Glass, Davis, Florin, Kalishman and Wilf.

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