Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston Names Adam Suttin President of Board of Directors

2016 Board and Officers Announced

(BOSTON) May 11, 2015 – The Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston (JCRC) has elected Adam Suttin as its new President and Chair of the Board of Directors. Suttin begins his new term today.

Adam Suttin is a partner at J .W. Childs Associates, which he co-founded in 1995. Prior to joining the private equity firm, he was with Thomas H. Lee Company. Adam is a director of six companies within the J.W. Childs portfolio.

Suttin most recently served as First Vice President of JCRC and a member of the Finance, Development, and Governance Committees. A past volunteer with JCRC’s Greater Boston Jewish Coalition for Literacy, he has previously served as JCRC’s Treasurer and Chair of the JCRC’s Finance, Development and the TELEM teen service Advisory Committees.

Suttin serves on the Combined Jewish Philanthropies Board of Directors and the Gann Academy Board of Trustees where he acts as Treasurer. He is a graduate of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies’ Cynthia and Leon Shulman Acharai Leadership Program, and also a former member of the JVS Board of Directors.

The JCRC Council also approved the slate of officers, board members and community representatives for the 2016 fiscal year. Besides Suttin, JCRC Officers are: Vice Presidents Stacey Bloom, Debbie Isaacson, and Miriam May; Secretary Alex Klibaner; Assistant Secretary Howard Brick; Treasurer Scott Gilefsky; and Assistant Treasurer Campe Goodman.

Newly elected Board members are Darren Black, Alex Goldstein, Fredie Kay, Sam Slater and Amiel Weinstock. Dana Gershon will serve as a Presidential Appointee. For a complete list of the JCRC Council’s Officers, Board of Directors, Community Representatives, and member organizations, visit JCRC Leadership and Structure.

The JCRC Council is responsible for determining the international and domestic policies and positions for which the JCRC publicly advocates in the name of Greater Boston’s organized Jewish community. The Council is comprised of officers, board members, community representatives, and representatives of JCRC's 42 member organizations.

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JCRC defines and advances the values, interests and priorities of the organized Jewish community in greater Boston in the public square.

On May 11, 2015 JCRC welcomed our incoming Officers, Board and Council members, and our exemplary volunteers.

 

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