Community Leaders

Chandler
November 29, 2018

Interfaithful Couple

She loves Christmas for its festivity. He loves Yom Kippur for its solemnity. He’s Catholic married to a Jew. She’s a Democrat married to a Republican. Conservative. Liberal. Activist. Zionist. Harvard-Grad/ Attorney. Exec. V.P/ Biz Owner. Multi-Cultural. Intermarried. Parents, first and foremost, preparing their children for a complex world, Alicia and Jeff Chandler have embraced their individuality in a marriage that defies labels and celebrates their unity - through their abiding love, their faith in the strength of family and their commitment to the greater good of the community.

Jeannie Weiner
May 30, 2017

Reflections of a Career Volunteer

In Conversation with Jeannie Weiner, JCRC/AJC’s 2017 Activist Awardee

Nancy Grosfeld
October 15, 2015

Honored Community Builder

Meet Nancy Grosfeld, past President of Federation, current Chair of the Centennial Fund to secure Jewish Detroit’s future; recipient of Federation’s foremost honor, the 2015 Fred M. Butzel Award in recognition of her exceptional contribution to the health, education and well-being of the community through volunteer leadership and philanthropy.

September 1, 2015

Detroit’s Z Lot

Find your spot. Take a spin around a photo essay showcasing “The Z” lot, featuring 30-some Jewish Detroiters making their mark in the D.

Esther and Richard Zekman
May 1, 2015

A Perfect Match

Meet Doctors Esther and Rich Zekman; married 15 years, parents of three; always on call: Rich in Oncology; Esther in OB-GYN; a power team, working hard, playing hard, loving life in the D.

Marcy Feldman
May 1, 2015

Activist of the Year (and Forever)

Honored for her can-do, must-do spirit, Marcy Feldman is named the recipient of JCRC's 2015 Activist Award.

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