Agencies

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.

Gary Sikorski
March 30, 2017

Reading Past the Headlines

Keeping Our Community Safe: A Perspective from Federation

Gabe Neistein
February 1, 2017

Happy Camper

Making his mark, listed among the “36 Under 36” in The Jewish News, Gabe Neistein is Tamarack Camps' Alumni Relations Director, working on his Masters in Community Development at the University of Detroit Mercy. A resident of Rivertown downtown, Gabe is all-in: a Jewish Detroiter first, a NEXTGen PresenTense Fellow, a loyal Spartan, a passionate Packers "owner," a whole-hearted city booster, a ready volunteer, a consummate community professional and an all-round great guy.

January 1, 2017

Our Greatest Hopes for a New Year

Views from the Top: A 2017 Prospective from Our Community Leaders

Leah Rosenbaum
December 1, 2016

Passionate Advocate

“A consummate communal pro”. . . “A strategic visionary” . . . “Her deep understanding of our community’s needs are unmatched” . . . “An outstanding leader.” With well-earned praise from colleagues, Leah Rosenbaum, President and Chief Executive Officer of JVS, is the recipient of the 2016 Mandell L. and Madeleine Berman Award for Outstanding Professional Service to the Jewish community of Detroit.

You won’t find a Jewish agency exec more in-step with the needs of her clients than Leah. A passionate advocate for the most vulnerable members of the community – caring for the elderly, youth at risk, the unemployed and those with living with disabilities - Leah has devoted her career to empowering people to get the support and training they need to achieve their fullest potential.

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