SPECIAL FOR THE AJT //
The community recently came together at the MJCCA’s 67th Annual Meeting, honoring lay leadership and staff achievements. Among those individuals recognized were:
Julie Abes, Michel Dinerman, Michael Drucker, Andy Grand, David Kusiel, Margo Marks, Jack Polish and Maury Shapiro, nominated to serve or for an extension of board service on the MJCCA Advisory Board
Marcy Bass and Wendy Bearman, appointed by President Steven Cadranel to the MJCCA Advisory Board
17 young community leaders, graduated from the MJCCA’s prestigious Erwin Zaban Leadership Development Program (EZLDP) at this meeting.
20 MJCCA staff members, acknowledged for their completion of a voluntary year-long Professional Leadership Development Program.
Gayle Siegel, MJCCA Volunteer, received the Volunteer of the Year Award
Rachel Salba, Business Manager at MJCCA’s The Weinstein School, received the Philip Bush Leadership Award
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Sandra Bass, Assistant Program Director, received the Team Player Award
Marcia Fullwood, MJCCA’s Controller, received Customer Service Award
Lori Goldstein, Director of Camp Sunday & Asst. Director for Camp Isidore Alterman, recognized with Best New Program (for Camp Sunday)
Jen Stokley, preschool teacher at MJCCA’s The Weinstein School, received the Raye Lynn Banks Teacher of the Year Award (at The Weinstein School)
Stephanie Joseph, a preschool teacher at MJCCA’s The Sunshine School, also received the Raye Lynn Banks Teacher of the Year Award (at The Sunshine School)
Ashley Katzenstein, North Springs Charter High School Senior, received the Harvey Rubin Scholarship Award