UJA-Federation of New York

Good together.

Ambassador Circle Committee
Amanda Siegel Lansky
Alissa Makower
Briana Barocas
Rachel Rimsky
Sarah Gould
Alexandra Kaufmann
Stacy Rotner
Shoshana Werber
Young Professional Women
Executive Board 2014
Erica Berman
Stella Binkevich
Nicki Fishman
Miriam Lipsky
Rachel Rimsky
Amanda Siegel
Blake Sonnenshein
Stacey Spielman
Briana Barocas
Sara Hackmyer
Alana Schnee

Professional Women’s Philanthropy

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Contact Tammy Brass at 212-836-1795 or , or Anna-Rachel Krakowsky at 212-836-1363 or .

Executive Circle
Executive Committee
Jennifer Gross
Anne Corwin
Chena Dederian
Donna Jakubovitz
Jacky Teplitzky
Lauren Goldberg
Mechele Flaum
Helaine Suval
Patti Miller
Cynthia Wolff
Elyse Lacher
Amanda Siegel Lansky

Past Chairs
Stephanie Joseph
Nurit Amdur
Sandy Cahn
Judy Fryer
Maxine Forman
Barbara Ginsburg Shapiro
Marcie Imberman
Alexandra Lebenthal
Alisa F. Levin
Gail Magaliff
Harriet Mouchly Weiss
Audrey Weiner
Women's Philanthropy
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Monday, April 28
Mission to Morocco
Thursday, May 1
12:00 a.m.
Women’s Philanthropy Mission to Paris & Toulouse
Sunday, May 4
2014 TD Five Boro Bike Tour
Monday, May 5
5:15 p.m.
i3 The Conversation Continues
Tuesday, May 13
10:45 a.m.
The Spring Event
11:30 a.m.
Heart Matters Annual Luncheon

Today, women wear many hats and have different roles. Many are professionals who are balancing work with family life. UJA-Federation of New York’s Professional Women’s Philanthropy brings together women from across New York who connect their professional lives with their philanthropic values.

Meeting like-minded professionals, running mentoring and learning programs, and leading philanthropic initiatives, these women all share the goal of making an impact on the future of our community.

Business and Professional Women’s Initiative

  • This group of professional women from a variety of industries seeks to enrich members’ lives, professionally and intellectually, while providing a growing variety of opportunities to meet peers and make a significant impact on the community.

Women’s Executive Circle

  • Join this group of pre-eminent Jewish business and cultural leaders who use their professional influence to make a difference through mentoring and philanthropic programs.

  • WEC members include corporate directors, managing executives, owners, and founders of successful companies. Each is a leader who motivates, encourages, and inspires.

  • Leveraging their outstanding professional achievements, WEC members employ innovative techniques to help mold the next generation of women business leaders.

Young Professional Women’s Initiative

  • This group seeks to foster community for young, professional women in their 20s and 30s from a diverse spectrum of industries.

  • This initiative offers future leaders opportunities throughout the year to directly impact the lives of those in need while furthering their personal and professional development.

  • Meet your peers, engage in individual and group mentoring from senior-level Jewish businesswomen, and make a difference.