Agencies

Nancy Heinrich
June 29, 2017

Here’s to Life

There are a lot of moving parts to running Jewish Senior Life of Metropolitan Detroit (JSL), and fortunately, for the community, the engine running the agency is Nancy Heinrich, Chief Executive Officer. Walking through the $9 million renovation at the Harriet & Ben Teitel Apartments, located on the A. Alfred Taubman Jewish Community Campus in Oak Park – one of seven residential apartment communities in the JSL family, Nancy notes, “There are 850 residents in our care, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. They are our family, our community. They have placed their trust in our work and they have placed their lives in our hands and yes, it’s weighty. But the responsibility is also so rewarding. I think the hardest thing for anyone in my seat is the fact that you want every single person in your care to be happy – every single day. And you know that just isn't possible.

May 30, 2017

How is Anti-Semitism Alive Today?

Lessons Learned on Campus and Beyond

Rachel Grey Ellis
May 1, 2017

BBYO Lifer

She has a smile that lights up a room. She laughs easily and often. A petite brunette in jeans and a ponytail, working with teens, she’s easily mistaken for a big sister rather than a mom of three. Given her boundless energy at 43, Rachel Grey Ellis has found the perfect match for her professional and personal skills in her role as Senior Regional Director at BBYO, a position she has held since 2015.

May 1, 2017

A Grateful Community Remembers

William (Bill) Farber, 1931-2017, Jewish Detroit’s Life-Changing Philanthropist

May 1, 2017

“My Grandfather Would Have Shot Me”

German-Nigerian Author Jennifer Teege to Speak on Cruel Legacy of Her Family’s Nazi Past

March 30, 2017

Chief Exec Change Agent

As his former title at Quicken Loans suggests, “V.P. of Miscellaneous Stuff,” David Carroll has done it all: Mortgage Operations, Legal Affairs, Corporate Compliance, Technology Advancement, Facilities Design, Real Estate, Human Resources, Community Affairs, Government Relations, Detroit Advocacy and Philanthropy. Claiming an early “retirement” in 2016 after 25 years at the epicenter of the company that’s changing the landscape of downtown Detroit, David brings his business acumen and passion for community service to JARC – stepping up from his role as President of the Board to serve as “Chief Executive Change Agent” and Interim CEO.

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