The Jewish Federation of Florida’s Gulf Coast as of late affirmed a record of officials and chiefs to serve for the 2020-2021 financial year, naming Steve Schwersky to fill in as leader of the Federation.
“In spite of the fact that difficulties remain, I consider them to be chances to discover better approaches to reinforce our capacity to serve the Jewish people group and Israel. I am energized for the chance to serve in this significant job and will do as such with a full awareness of other’s expectations and energy,” Schwersky said.
Schwersky might be most popular to the network as host of the “Sunday Simcha” show on WMNF-88.5 FM radio for a long time, incorporating quite a long while with his girl, Jordyn, as co-have. He has likewise been a Federation board part for over 10 years and is an individual from the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) and B’nai B’rith International. He lives in Clearwater and is a part and previous board part at Temple B’nai Israel.
“I feel amazingly regarded to have been chosen as the following president,” Schwersky stated, expressing gratitude toward prompt past president Ezra Singer “for his devotion in driving the Federation through these ongoing, testing times. He has left me with some huge shoes to fill.”
Artist will stay on the board as prompt past president. Three new chiefs have joined the board: Marina Berdnik, Stuart Berger and Logan Sembler.
Berdnik works at Gulf Coast Jewish Family and Community Services and as of late moved on from the Hope Cohen Barnett Leadership Institute.
Berger has for quite some time been dynamic in the Jewish people group and as of now fills in as overseer of advancement at Lighthouse of Pinellas. He will head the Federation’s Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC).
Sembler fills in as a property administrator for the Sembler Company and is an alum from Florida State University.
The proceeding with 2020-2021 chiefs are Jessica Engelhard, financial officer; and board individuals Susie Schwartz, Toni Rinde, Steve Klein, Eric Lynn, Aaron Slavin, Doug Weiland, Kara Goldberg, Steven Shepard, Rabbi Paul Schreiber and Rabbi Michael Torop.
“I accept there are energizing things to want our locale, and it is my pleasure and benefit to work with our volunteer heads and staff to get them going,” said Maxine Kaufman, the alliance’s between time chief.
Lauding the naming board of trustees, drove by Steve Klein, she included, “Every chief carries an extraordinary blessing to our group and has the prosperity of our locale and the Jewish Federation as a need.”
The Federation serves, Pinellas, west Pasco and Hernando areas.