Board of Directors
Executive Committee Chair: Doris Potash
Comprised of the President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. Responsible for the general affairs of the Board and meets when necessary in lieu of a regularly scheduled Board meeting. Trains and oversees Committees.
Finance Committee Chair: Steve Pinsky
Comprised of the Treasurer who serves as Chairperson, the Vice President and other members the President may appoint. Prepares a yearly budget and makes recommendations to the Board as to dues to be paid by the Membership.
Membership Committee Chair: June Dreznick
Responsible for arranging for contact with new members to welcome them and offer assistance.
Communications Committee Chair: Dvora Ivankowski
Develops a consistent and active communication strategy for members, potential members and larger community for the purposes of messaging, awareness and fundraising if needed.
Caring Committee Chair: Susan Braunstein
Supports one another by providing assistance with members' consent in case of severe illness or death of a JSCA member or a family member and provides needed training for volunteers with skill sets to respond effectively to families' needs.Education Chair:
Plans, coordinates study groups and larger group educational events.
Holiday/Catering Committee Chair: Marti Biller/Jeri Krassner
Arranges for space and food for major Jewish holidays including planning, coordination and cleanup (Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Chanukah, Passover).
Nominating Committee (temporary) Appointed by the President each year
Is responsible for following established Board procedures for meeting with prospective new Board members, recommending a slate of officers to nominate for Board approval prior to final vote at annual membership meeting.
Ritual Committee Chair: Marcy Gallagher
Selects materials for holidays and Shabbat services which reflect the philosophy of Secular Humanistic Judaism.Social Chair:
Plans, organizes and executes social events.
Social Justice Committee Chair: Kathryn Liss (Jane Saber board liaison)
Works towards “repairing the world” (Tikkun Olam) with interested JSCA members determining a focus area for year including opportunities for volunteerism, advocacy and education.