Susan's involvement in the Jewish Studies Program at UNT had a deep impact on her education and involvement in the Jewish community. As executive director of the JCRC, Marlene represented the Dallas Jewish community in more than 50 interfaith coalitions, tackling issues such as housing, hunger, church status, public school education, social welfare, and more. During her time in Israel, Susan established Oli'im and social entrepreneurship programs in Modi'in and Jerusalem. The Department of State provided grants to research institutions, centers and schools based in the U.
S. to collaborate with non-profit organizations and public agencies on research projects that would promote equal outcomes for young people. He is a board member of the Harvard Real Estate Initiative, a former student of the University of North Texas, Juvenile Diabetes of Greater Dallas, Cancer Foundation for Life, Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas, Legacy at Willow Bend, Jewish Family Service, and is also a board member and president of Legacy in Preston Hollow. He is a former president and current life trustee of the Board of Trustees of the Dallas Jewish Community Foundation.
There is an opportunity for an American, Canadian or international innovator to take part in a residency at an Iowa university campus to advance their work in the area of social change. Before arriving in Dallas in 1995, Marlene was executive director of the Greater Washington Jewish Community Relations Council. The Department of State grants funds to non-profit organizations in the United States to promote justice, inclusion and vitality in Jewish communities across the country. In January 2002, when his father passed away, he earned his doctorate in high school and left social work to work for the Texas Jewish Post.
She is currently director of Congregational Learning at Congregation Beth Torah in Richardson, Texas and chairs the Board of Directors of Education of the Jewish Federation of the Dallas Metropolitan Area. She is a former president of the Jewish Federation of the Dallas Metropolitan Area and has held leadership roles at the Dallas Jewish Community Center, Shearith Israel Congregation, Friends of Rabin Medical Center of Texas, Jewish Federations of North America, Independent Insurance Agents of Texas and Lone Star Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. He recently obtained his certificate in Jewish Leadership and Jewish Education from Spertus and Northwestern University. The Department of State provides grants and event sponsorships to U.
non-profit organizations to address social problems in communities where they have a business presence. Beri is a nationally recognized Jewish educator recognized by JESNA (North American Jewish Education Service) and NATE (National Association of Temple Educators). Later on she joined Houston as director of community outreach for their Digital Inclusion Initiative which works with underserved and at-risk Houston communities.