Agencies

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.

Carol Rosenberg
November 1, 2016

The Many Facets of Carol Rosenberg

Serving “Double Chai” – 36 Years of Advocacy and Care – as Director of the Jewish Senior Life Foundation

September 29, 2016

A House Fire Brings Out the Best in the Community

Our Tisha B'Av Story

September 1, 2016

The Results Are In

Jewish Community Study Assesses Needs for Health and Social Services

Conrad and Lynda Giles
May 1, 2016

Power Couple, Named JCRC Activist Awardees

The very definition of activists, in their 38 years of marriage, the Giles have been true partners - champions of health, education and charitable causes – serving as leaders and community-builders with the Jewish Federation, a focal point of much of their work on both the local and national levels.

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