The Alpha Epsilon Pi Foundation on March 1 announced the implementation of an executive transition plan in place since the summer in which Andrew S. Borans (Florida State, 1980), executive vice president and chief executive officer, will retire from his CEO role at the Foundation effective May 31. As a part of this transition, the Foundation’s Board of Directors has also promoted Jay S. Feldman (Central Florida, 2003) to managing director and chief operating officer.
“Andy has left an indelible mark on Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) over the past 41 years,” said Daniel Hays (Georgia Tech, 1995), the Foundation’s chairman of the board. “His personal commitment to the development of leaders for the Jewish community, his fight against anti-Semitism, and his support for the State of Israel are unmatched.”
Borans has a 41-year history with AEPi. In December, Feldman was promoted to his new position. He has been part of the AEPi Foundation leadership team since 2011, when he joined as its first full-time employee.
“We are very fortunate to have a committed and talented professional like Jay on our staff to expand on the great work that has been done at the AEPi Foundation,” Hays said.