Business Briefs: Movers & Shakers 1

Lia Picard

Lia Picard, who was a program assistant to the Family Learning and Living Initiative at Ahavath Achim Synagogue, has left one Conservative congregation to work for another, Congregation Etz Chaim, where she is the digital communications coordinator. One of her last responsibilities at AA was checking in media covering Vice President Joe Biden’s speech Sept. 3.

Nina Rubin, fresh off guiding the Labor Day weekend success of LimmudFest as Limmud Atlanta + Southeast board chair, has left her position as communications director for the Georgia Charter Schools Association to become the manager of the ALEF Fund, the Federation-founded nonprofit organization that raises scholarship money for Jewish day schools and preschools under Georgia’s tax-credit education donation program.

Richard Morgan, a founding partner of Alpharetta boutique estate-planning law firm Morgan & DiSalvo, has earned peer selection into the Best Lawyers in America 2016, the firm announced in August. Morgan, a member of Congregation Dor Tamid, said, “It is an honor to receive this prestigious recognition.”