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Anniversary Circle
Valerie & Mark Friedman
Susan & Alan Solomont
Genevieve & Justin L. Wyner

 

Partnership Circle
Anonymous (3)
Jill Goldenberg & Sidney Kriger
The Herman Dana Trust
Risa Shames & Neil Silverston

 

Community Builder Circle
Amanda & Campe Goodman
Beth & Michael Moskowitz
Ilissa & Lon Povich
Kathy Weinman & Cameron Kerry

 

Convener Circle
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Lauren & Bill Gabovitch

Beth & Scott Gilefsky
Beth & Lawrence Greenberg
Leifer Family Fund
Emily Leventhal & David Rontal
Beth Polasky & Sam Furgang
Hope & Adam Suttin

The Clergy, Staff & Community at Temple Shalom of Newton
Lisa & Neil Wallack

Advocate Circle
Michelle & Darren Black
Stacey Bloom
Irene & Rabbi Ronne Friedman
Carol & Avram Goldberg

Janet & Richard Goldenberg
Rabbi Leslie Gordon & David Goodtree
New England Regional Council of Carpenters
Jeevan Ramapriya
Rachel & Joel Reck
Amy Schottenfels & Jonathan Klein
Mimi & Jim Segel
Jennifer & Seth Stier
Temple Israel, Boston
Nancy Viner
Jennifer & Amiel Weinstock

 

Civic Engagement Circle
Susan Ansin
Joyce & Michael Bohnen
Susan Calechman
Amy Caplan & Geoffrey Lewis
The Covis Family

Renee & Steven Finn
Nicole & Joshua Gann
Catharyn Gildesgame
Barbara & Steve Grossman
Lesley Inker
Rabbi Shira & Saul Joseph
Fredie Kay

Nahma Nadich & David Belcourt
Idit Klein & Jordan Namerow
Ruderman Family Foundation
Rachel Schiff & Alex Klibaner
Jennifer Slifka & Luis Vidal
Sonya & Sean Wilder

Thank you to our “attendees” for not showing up!

Sheryl Fox Adler
Stephanie Berkowitz
Rachel Berger

Dr. Herbert Birnbaum
Elise & Marc Busny
Rev. Brian Clary
Marsha R. Cohen
Robin Cohen
Lisa & Chris Conti
Lisa Danetz & Craig Smith
Marna Dolinger, MD
Andrew Fischer
Rev. Dieufort J. Fleurissaint
David Freeman
Joy Friedman
Mayor Ruth Anne & Joe Fuller
Caroline Gammill & Nathan Rothstein
Elisha & Sam Gechter
Fran Godine
Alex Goldstein

David Goldstone
Dru & Ted Greenwood
Rev. Dr. Gretchen S. Grimshaw
Pam & David Hallagan
Paul Hattis
Erica Helinek
Rebecca & David Sendor Israel
Brenda Haynes & Adam Koppel
Mady & Marc Holzer
Marie-Louise Jackson-Miller

Elizabeth & Dan Jick
Samantha Joseph

Amy & Nathan Katz
Carole & Steven Kessel
Rabbi Claudia Kreiman

Jill and Ed Kutchin
Elana Kogan

Varda Leif & Anthony Giarusso
Rabbi David Lerner
Emily Levine

Marni & Jon Levitt
Naomi & Carl Lopkin
Peggy Lowenstein
Laura & Ery Magasanik
Laura Mandel
Laura Mann
Barbara Marcus
Jane Matlaw
Judith Obermayer
Liz Offen
Jonathan Pincus
Rebecca & Charlie Platt
Rev. Oscar J Pratt
Fran Putnoi
Rabbi Victor Reinstein
Leah Robins

Lori & Howard Rosenblum
Margie Ross Decter & Adam
Decter
Shelley & Stuart Rossman
Diane Sandoval
Sue & Joel Sherman
Peggy Shukur & Bob Ruxin
Gabrielle & Benjamin Sigel
Martha & Don Siegel
Alan Silver
Marsha Slotnick
Barbara Skydell Safran & Arthur Safran
Rabbi Becky Silverstein
Leslie & Craig Slater
Heidi & Barry Star
Marge & James Sunners
Rev. Lorraine Thornhill
Elizabeth Waksman & Darren Orbach
Pamela Weil
Abby & John Weiss
Debra Wekstein
Elizabeth & Keith Wexelblatt
Kenny Wintman
Andrew Zelermyer & Dan Romanow

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JCRC75 Co-Chairs

Justin Lawrence (Jerry) Wyner, JCRC Board Chair 1971-1973
Justin Wyner has been involved in many Jewish and civic activities over the years. A longtime member Boston’s Temple Israel, at different points he has served as president and trustee. At the American Jewish Historical Society (AJHS), Justin served on the Board of Trustees, then as its president from 1993-1998, and later as chair of the Board of Overseers of AJHS-New England Archives (AJHS-NEA). Much of his work with AJHS has been dedicated to finding the right home for its archival collections. Under Jerry’s administration, AJHS moved to the Center for Jewish History in New York City, while the New England Archives remained in Boston.

Samantha Joseph, JCRC Development Chair
Samantha Joseph has served on the JCRC Board for 6 years, and currently serves as an officer and development chair. Samantha is currently the National Operations Director for Seth Moulton for America. Prior to joining the campaign, Samantha spent the past ten years working as a corporate responsibility executive in a variety of capacities including at Porter Novelli were she counseled leading corporations such as CVS, DICK'S Sporting Goods and Keurig Dr Pepper to think differently about creating social value for employees, customers, investors and communities. Samantha has an MPA from the Harvard Kennedy School, an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management and a BA from Brandeis University.