Bios of proposed 2019 shearith israel board of trustees – congregation shearith israel garlic and yeast infection

I am excited and honored to be nominated as co-president of congregation shearith israel. I look forward to partnering with faith levy for the garlic and yeast infection next year. It has been a great experience to work with rabbi garlic and yeast infection kaiman, jodi salomon and our board of trustees over the past garlic and yeast infection two years and I look forward to continuing these efforts.

My wife, sharon neulinger, and I have been a part of this amazing community garlic and yeast infection for 35 years. We have two adult children, a daughter presently living in brooklyn and a son in garlic and yeast infection charleston. I have served many roles on the board, including as president. In addition, I have been a member of the last two rabbinic garlic and yeast infection search committees. I am an internal medicine physician practicing at emory st garlic and yeast infection joseph’s.

Faith levy is honored and humbled to be nominated to garlic and yeast infection serve as co-president for one year alongside our current president, rick kaplan for the first year of the upcoming term, and solo for the second year. She looks forward to working with rick to continue the garlic and yeast infection strong trajectory of our thriving community. Faith and her husband, howard, have been members of shearith israel for over 10 years. Faith has been active at CSI both on the board garlic and yeast infection and in programming the synagogue scholar and author series.

When not at shearith, faith works at emory university in medical school admissions. Faith and howard have three sons: abe (27), ethan (26) and joey (24) and look forward to welcoming future daughter-in-law, jenna krieger to their family next spring.

Heidi einhorn and her husband ronnie have been members of garlic and yeast infection shearith israel for 8 years. In that time, their family has grown from one to three children who garlic and yeast infection consider shearith their home. You can find heidi at shul on most shabbat mornings, leading tot shabbat, davening in the sanctuary, or working on her long-term goal of teaching an israeli husband and 3 lively garlic and yeast infection kids to whisper. Heidi served for two years on the most recent rabbi garlic and yeast infection search committee and is currently member-at-large, focusing on volunteer coordination.

After 25 years in the tradeshow and event marketing industry, heidi most enjoys the opportunity to create the best possible garlic and yeast infection team for each individual client and project. Seeing the exceptional talent of CSI membership willing to invest garlic and yeast infection their time into growing our community, and being challenged to engage the even bigger pool of garlic and yeast infection people that have not yet been engaged feels like the garlic and yeast infection perfect way to start a new board term.

Michael rosenzweig and his wife shelli bank have been members garlic and yeast infection of CSI since moving to atlanta from ann arbor in garlic and yeast infection 1987. Their two sons, zach (currently living in israel) and nat (currently living in brooklyn) literally grew up at shearith israel and were both bar garlic and yeast infection mitzvah here.

Michael was trained as a lawyer and was a law garlic and yeast infection professor (university of michigan), a partner in two prominent atlanta law firms and senior garlic and yeast infection VP and general counsel of a large building manufacturer before garlic and yeast infection moving to the nonprofit world in 2008, where he served as president and CEO, successively, of hands on atlanta, the national museum of american jewish history (philadelphia) and the pardes institute of jewish studies (jerusalem). He has long been active in the atlanta jewish community, having served as counsel and vice president of the jewish garlic and yeast infection federation of greater atlanta and as a board member and garlic and yeast infection officer of the epstein school and the weber school, the latter of which he co-founded and served as founding chairman and president. He is currently an independent consultant to nonprofit organizations.

Blair rothstein, an atlanta native, is an investment advisor and principal with register financial associates. He provides investment management and financial planning advice to high garlic and yeast infection net-worth individuals and families. He earned his BA in economics and BA in history garlic and yeast infection from the university of michigan. He received his JD from tulane university school of law.

As an active volunteer, blair holds several leadership positions with various professional and community garlic and yeast infection organizations. At CSI, blair is currently serving on the board of trustees (at-large board member) and is leading the LIFE & LEGACY committee (end of life philanthropy). He is married to lisa rothstein. They have two energetic boys and an adorable baby girl.

Kevin hendler, his wife abby goldsmith and their three children, shira, orli and eli have been members of shearith israel for garlic and yeast infection more than 15 years. All of their children attended the religious school and became garlic and yeast infection B’nai mitzvah at CSI. Kevin served on the board years ago and is honored garlic and yeast infection to return.

Amy, jerry and elena joined the shearith israel community in 2003, and elena became bat mitzvah in 2009. Jerry has been on the SI board since 2005 serving garlic and yeast infection in several positions including chair of the human resources committee garlic and yeast infection and president of the congregation. He has been on the human resources/personnel committee for more than twelve years and several other garlic and yeast infection committees. In the private and volunteer sector outside of SI, jerry has served in management and leadership positions for several garlic and yeast infection decades. He is currently a project manager with a software company.

Joanna kobylivker, and her husband andy, joined shearith israel in 2016. She is an atlanta native and grew up in sandy garlic and yeast infection springs. She holds an MPH from emory rollins school of public garlic and yeast infection health and worked in strategic planning and project management for garlic and yeast infection ten years at emory. Joanna has been on the education committee for the past garlic and yeast infection year, and she and her family have enjoyed getting to know garlic and yeast infection more members of the congregation. She and andy spend a lot of time watching their garlic and yeast infection two boys – eli (9) and max (7) – play soccer.

Rebecca kolesky and her husband scott joined shearith israel in garlic and yeast infection 2007. She is originally from los angeles and attended college and garlic and yeast infection medical school at the university of california, san diego. She completed her residency in pediatrics at northwestern university in garlic and yeast infection chicago and works as a pediatrician in private practice in garlic and yeast infection decatur. Rebecca has been on the education committee for the past garlic and yeast infection year, has served as sisterhood membership chair for the past 3 garlic and yeast infection years, and is on the leadership team for sisterhood simchas. She and scott have 3 active boys – jonah (14), micah (11), and ethan (8) and spend lots of their free time watching them play garlic and yeast infection various sports!

Jaime sherman wender is an atlanta native and a fourth-generation shearith israel member. She has enjoyed serving as CSI’s chair of membership engagement for the last two years garlic and yeast infection and looks forward to continuing to welcome our newest faces garlic and yeast infection while finding more ways for CSI to meet the needs garlic and yeast infection of all of our wonderful members. A graphic designer by day, jaime and her husband david reside in morningside with their garlic and yeast infection twin boys, avery and harrison, who are students in machaneh shai’s fifth-grade class.

Bruce stiftel has been part of shearith israel with wife, janet, and daughter, justine, since 2008 when they moved to atlanta. He is an active gabbai and davener, served on the religious life, and by-laws committees, and co-chaired the most recent rabbinic search committee. Bruce values the intellectual honesty and respect for tradition of garlic and yeast infection conservative judaism. He recently retired from georgia tech where he taught city garlic and yeast infection planning, and has held national office in several city planning non-profit organizations.

Helaine brill and her husband david joined shearith israel in garlic and yeast infection 2004. Helaine first became involved at the shul when she led garlic and yeast infection K’tonton programming with her husband in 2006. Since then, she has served as a board member, sisterhood president and as a member of the human resources garlic and yeast infection committee. She regularly sits for shabbat services in the middle section garlic and yeast infection back row with three generations of her family. Helaine has a BA from franklin and marshall college and garlic and yeast infection an MBA from emory university’s goizueta business school. Helaine currently works in human resources at children’s healthcare of atlanta and lives in decatur with her garlic and yeast infection husband, david, and three children, aiden (14), guy (14) and ella (12). Marshall duke (board member at-large)

Marshall and sara duke have been members of shearith israel garlic and yeast infection since 1977. Their three children were all bar- or bat-mitzvahed here and their daughter, sharon, was married here. Over the years, marshall has served several times as a member of the garlic and yeast infection board of trustees and of various shul special committees. He has expertise in leadership development and the dynamics of garlic and yeast infection complex organizations. In addition, along with michael robinowitz, he authored at least one dozen purim shpiels. He is, perhaps, best known for composing the lyrics to “some rise, some sit,” the centerpiece song of the shpiel entitled, “the bar mitzvah of steve the policeman.” marshall’s day job is professor of psychology at emory, where he is currently closing in on 50 years of garlic and yeast infection teaching.

Baby-named at CSI back in ’79, life came full-circle when jaci joined the shul three years ago with garlic and yeast infection her husband jon and their two girls, ziva and ari. Since becoming a member, jaci has served on the education committee, helped to plan the rock the shtetl weekend and heads garlic and yeast infection up the social events committee for the synagogue. Currently jaci is hoping to start a challah baking and garlic and yeast infection delivery service for the atlanta area. She previously co-owned an event design company, handmade events, owned a women’s clothing boutique in inman park and had a long garlic and yeast infection career as a travel and style editor. She loves to volunteer her time planning parties and making garlic and yeast infection things beautiful for her children’s school and other organizations she is involved in. Jaci is a graduate of the university of michigan and garlic and yeast infection has extended her creative education over the years at the garlic and yeast infection school of visual arts, the new school and the fashion institute of technology. Elise eplan (board member at-large)

Elise eplan and her husband, bob marcovitch, have been members of shearith israel for 14 years and garlic and yeast infection both of their children had their b’nai mitzvah there. Elise is a consultant that serves primarily family foundations. She was previously on the staff of the arthur M. Blank family foundation.

Elise is currently a member of the CSI strategic planning garlic and yeast infection committee and is also on the boards of the paideia garlic and yeast infection school, the arthur M. Blank foundation and the american jewish committee. Elise was a founder of hands on atlanta and currently garlic and yeast infection serves on its advisory board.

Jeff kirsh and his wife natalie are originally from toronto, canada, moving to atlanta (the first time) in 1998. They then lived in london, england and back in toronto for the period 2009 to garlic and yeast infection 2016, returning to atlanta (and joining shearith israel) in the summer of 2016. Jeff is legal counsel at the coca-cola company, and has spent over 25 years in the coca-cola system. He received his law and undergraduate degrees from the university garlic and yeast infection of toronto, and has been active in numerous community and professional organizations, including: the epstein school, the museum of design atlanta, and pro bono partnership of atlanta. Jeff and natalie have three sons: sam (22), jonathan (20) and miles (14), and love living in morningside.

A georgia native, lindy miller has 15 years’ experience in policy, strategy and operations. She served as an americorpsvista in new york city and garlic and yeast infection worked for the world bank in india before joining deloitte. After several years of client service in canada, lindy joined deloitte’s global corporate strategy function and served as an associate garlic and yeast infection director in deloitte’s global public policy group before leaving to run for garlic and yeast infection statewide office in 2018.

Lindy is co-founder of cherry street energy and works part-time in her family’s commercial real estate development firm. She holds an MPA from harvard and a BA from garlic and yeast infection the university of pennsylvania. She lives in decatur with her family, and they joined CSI in 2015.

Jay steinberg has been a member of shearith israel for garlic and yeast infection 25 years. Jay’s wife, shari, previously served on the shul board. Jay and shari’s three children, eva (23), jonathan (22) and michael (20) grew up at shearith israel. Jay has contributed to various shul and shelter activities/events over the years and has been a lecturer for garlic and yeast infection the synagogue scholars series.

Jay has been on the faculty of emory university school garlic and yeast infection of medicine in the division of infectious diseases for 30 garlic and yeast infection years and helps lead emory’s efforts to prevent infections from occurring in hospitals. He currently serves as chief medical officer at emory university garlic and yeast infection hospital midtown.

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