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Find Your Voice as a Leader in the Jewish Community Lean In to your volunteer life.
Women on Board” will teach you how.

Are you a volunteer at your synagogue or day school? Do you serve on a board of a Jewish agency? Are you looking for volunteer or leadership opportunities? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, “Women on Board” is for you! “Women on Board,” a program of the Atlanta Women’s Foundation, has trained more than 1800 Atlanta women in leadership skills and nonprofit governance. Whether you are an experienced board member or someone looking for an increased leadership role within the Jewish community, the Jewish Women’s Fund of Atlanta invites you to join us as we explore nonprofit boards, roles and responsibilities of board members, and how to find a board that is the perfect fit for you.

Thursday, November 7
The Selig Center, 1440 Spring Street NW, Atlanta 30309
8:30 a.m. —12:30 p.m.

Register by October 30 at The cost is $36/person For more information, contact Rachel Wasserman at or 678.222.3716

Thank you to the Doris R. Zaban Philanthropic Fund for its generous support of this program.

Jewish Women’s Fund of Atlanta Trustees: Ellen Arnovitz, Teri Astren, Vicki Benjamin, Martha Berlin, Candy Berman, Kathe Brown, Marsha Cintorino, Kitty Cohen, Amanda Cohn, Carol Cooper, Laura Dinerman, Jane Durham, Janice Ellin, Ilene Engel (Chair), Renee Evans, Karen Fine Saltiel, Sara Franco (Vice Chair), Lois Frank, Pepi Friedman, Stacey Geer, Corky Gelder, Lisa Greenberg, Mitzi Greenblatt, Lynne Halpern, Lisa Haynor, Michal Hart Hillman, Etta Raye Hirsch, Michele Hirsch, Jackie Howard, Jeanie Katz, Eydie Koonin, Janet Lavine, Jan Lupuloff, Caren Merlin, Mimi Monett, Jacquie Sacks, Emily Sanders, Susan Schoenbaum, Tonia Sellers, Phyllis Silverstein, Laura Soshnik, Debbie Sonenshine, Deborah Spector, Luci Sunshine, Dede Thompson, Ronit Walker, Melinda Wertheim

The Jewish Women’s Fund of Atlanta expands opportunities in the lives of Jewish women and girls via effective grant-making, advocacy, and education through a gender lens. Our grants provide sustainable benefits to those we serve. We empower women to be leaders, philanthropists, and decision makers. This program is sponsored by Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta.