Caroline Miller started her two-year term as leader of Temple Judea in Coral Gables on July 1. (Lewis Feldman/Fine Arts Photographers)
Caroline Miller feels regarded to fill in as the new leader of Temple Judea in Coral Gables, even amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
“The difficulties existing apart from everything else are genuine,” said Miller, whose two-year term started on July 1. “There is no insusceptibility from COVID-19 for people or for organizations, however the test is more than met by the notable quality of Temple Judea and by its immortal duty to Judaism, Torah and helping one another and the world on the loose.
“We see this in the overflowing of reaction to our awesome virtual love and study openings, and in our devotion to network government assistance and equity.
“I will work to fortify Temple Judea as a network serving Jewish qualities, learning and shalom,” she closed.
Mill operator has served on the place of worship’s leading group of trustees in an assortment of limits. Her association there started as the parent of a kid going to its preschool.
“Caroline Miller is focused on Jewish learning and the investigation of Torah, the extension between all ages of Jews,” the place of worship’s Rabbi Judith Siegal said in a news discharge. “We anticipate her administration and direction.”
Expertly, Miller is a lawyer with the U.S. government and has worked for the Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., London and Miami.
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