This year’s Annual Meeting of the Membership will be held on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 at 7:00 PM, via Zoom video and dial in. All members received an email with a link to register on Friday, May 22, 2020. If you did not receive that email and/or still need the link to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At this time, the slate of Trustees and Officers will be submitted for election by the Board. The slate of nominees was submitted by the Nominating and Governance Committee on April 27, 2020 and approved by the Board of Trustees on such date. You may view the slate below.
Please note up to two adult members per household are entitled to vote.
Click here for a Zoom reference sheet with information on how to participate in the meeting.
We hope all members will join us on June 3 for the Annual Meeting.
Welcome and Reflections
Slate and Election of Officers and Trustees
Executive Director’s Report
Installation of Board of Trustees and Officers
Moment of Remembrance
I. Proposed Trustees
Class of 2023
*New Board Candidate
II. Proposed Officers
Rob Raich: President
Jennifer Ford: Executive Vice President
John Horowitz: Vice President
Lisa Lieberman: Vice President
Louis Mintz: Vice President
Jack Frishberg: Treasurer
Tomer Inbar: Secretary
Robin, her husband, and her son have been CBE members for about 14 years. She is a Co-Chair of CBE’s Dismantling Racism Team (DRT), a DRT representative to the Brooklyn Justice Advocacy Coalition, a CBE Ritual Committee member, a Shabbat morning services regular, and a past Yachad Parent Committee member. Her son became a bar mitzvah after attending the ECC, After School Program, CBE Elementary Day Camp, and Yachad. Robin has been a Managing Director and Associate General Counsel for JPMorgan Chase since 2013. Earlier in her career, she was New York State’s Executive Deputy Attorney General for Criminal Justice; an Assistant United States Attorney and Deputy Chief/Acting Chief of Appeals in the Southern District of New York Criminal Division; and a litigator at two international law firms. Her awards include the U.S. Attorney General’s Award for Exceptional Service and the New York City Bar Association Stimson Medal for outstanding career as an Assistant U.S. Attorney. She graduated from Columbia Law School and Cornell University. Robin has engaged in pro bono legal work throughout her career, most recently representing an asylum seeker in immigration proceedings, and previously served on the board of a non-profit organization.
Originally from Boston, Leslie and her husband Nick moved to Brooklyn in 2007 and became involved with Brooklyn Jews before joining CBE in 2010. Both of their children attended ECC–where some of their most meaningful friendships were formed–and are current Yachad students. Leslie currently chairs the Yachad Parent Committee. She has spent the past two decades working at Seeds of Peace, a global nonprofit focused on leadership development and conflict resolution, serving the past decade as Executive Director. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and received a master’s degree in Public Administration and Nonprofit Management & Policy from New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service.