Board of Trustees

Our Officers

Ellen Goldner

Ellen Goldner

President

For decades, Ellen Goldner has been an active leader on behalf of Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest NJ, its predecessors, and other community causes. She served as campaign chair and president of Women’s Department, and she was founding president of the Partnership for Jewish Learning and Life. She chaired the UJA Campaign and was the first woman to hold the position of president (2002-05) at the MetroWest federation.

Fran Beinhaker

Vice President

Robin Polson

Secretary

Linda Press, M.A.

Executive Director

Larry Rein

Treasurer

Lori Solomon

Vice President

Our Trustees

Claire Akselrad

Howard Charish

Selma Daner

Teddi Dolph

Dr. Theodor Feigelman

Elie Fink

Rebecca Gold

Barry Goldberg

Past President

Risa Goldberg

Craig Grosswald

Andrea Grover

Matthew Jarmel

Jeri Kimowitz

Eta Levenson

Sally Levin

Michael Miller

Harris Nydick

Nancy Perl

Mark Perwien

Lois Rose

Past President

Randee Rubenstein

Mimi Sochor

Lynda Wachsteter

Past President

Ellen Weinstock

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Who we are

At JSDD, the expectations for quality extend beyond what services and supports may be available to what life fulfilling experiences are possible. Our philosophy supports the notion that there are no limits to those possibilities. We have developed opportunities over time through a dynamic process of establishing relationships with the agency’s residents and WAE Center members. Unexplored interests, ideas, prospects for learning, continuing education and creativity are constantly evolving and emerge as our remarkable staff and the people we support get to know each other and share experiences.

What we do

Ability is the focus of all efforts in supporting the men and women we serve. We are delighted and inspired each and every day by the insights, revelations and creative energy that emerges when respectful relationships for the gifts and talent of every individual are considered. Learning and creativity occur organically as people share themselves and develop friendships and help each other to grow.