NJC BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Northshore Jewish Congregation Bylaws
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Minutes of the current Meeting of the Board of Trustees
- Lena Liller
The congregation and its future are very important to me and my family and I feel it is time to bring the leadership skills I have cultivated through my professional life as COO of People Who Think and previously residing as Secretary on the board of Mary Payton's Miracle Foundation to NJC. I gladly accept election to the Board of Trustees of NJC feeling that participation on the Search Committee and teaching the next generation of NJC members has given me the awareness and understanding needed to properly represent the desires of the congregation during this period of transition.
- Craig Bialy
- Mike Fawer
President NJC - 2000 - 2002
Treasurer NJC - 2015 - 2019
Criminal Defense Attorney since 1974
Now residing on the
- Shannon Noonan
I converted in March of 2017, with Rabbi Deborah Zecher, after studying and attending services for over 15 years. I am honored to be a member of the Board of Trustees for Northshore Jewish Congregation as I feel this warmth of our congregation was a driving force in my conversion.
At home, I am privileged to help raise my 13-year old niece who will be a Bat Mitzvah next October.
- Carol Hernandez
- Stephen Rose
We joined NJC in the early 2000’s several years after we moved to the Northshore. The first service we ever attended was in a former retail space in a strip mall. My daughter (who was around 9 years old and is not Jewish) opened her prayer book, looked at the Hebrew and “backward” pages, and said “I’m not smart enough to read this.”
I admittedly have not been a regular participant over the years in congregation activities. However, now that I have retired (yea!) and have more time to devote to personal activities, I have decided I would like to volunteer time to NJC. The vitality and success of any organization depends upon new people stepping up to help share the work, and what better way to contribute than to support my synagogue. I expect that my work with the synagogue will help me to become a better Jew and closer to G_d.
- Wally Rosenblum
- Jeremy Shalett
Growing up, I was very active in the Jewish Community. I was a member of BBYO and served as the Southwestern Region President for a year. I attended and was a counselor at Camp Swig for a few years. My parents instilled in my brother and me a deep sense of pride in our Jewish Faith and I wish to carry it forward with my kids today. My family and I appreciate this opportunity to be actively involved in the Jewish Community.
- Roxanne Newman