JCPA’s Leadership in Combating White Supremacy and Hate

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  • Posted on August 25, 2017

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The Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) has been at the forefront in opposing racism, bigotry, and xenophobia for decades. Following recent events related to Charlottesville, JCPA’s has been leading its network to ensure that the Jewish community is safe physically and connected politically by standing in solidarity with other targeted groups to counter hate.…



Leslie Anderson, Atlanta

by Haya Luftig

Leslie Anderson is the Social Action Committee Chair at Temple Kehillat Chaim in Roswell, GA, where she has been active in supporting the Temple’s goals of eradicating hunger and homelessness in her community. Leslie has been active at TKC since her youngest daughter started preschool there in 2011, but joined the Board of Trustees two…



Brooke Wiener, Palm Beach County

by Haya Luftig

  • Posted on August 21, 2017

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  • 2017 Frank Fellows

Brooke A. Wiener works at the law firm of Howard J. Wiener & Associates, P.L. located in Palm Beach Gardens. The firm represents clients in matters involving federal, state and local tax matters, tax litigation and estate and asset protection planning. Brooke is a Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist, a member of Association of Certified Anti-Money…



Laura Ainsman Sohinki, Pittsburgh

by Haya Luftig

  • Posted on August 21, 2017

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  • 2017 Frank Fellows

Laura Ainsman Sohinki has over ten years of experience working in the non-profit and government sectors, currently as the Corporate and Foundations Relations Manager at The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh. Prior to that she was the Director of Outreach and Programming at the Canadian Jewish Political Affairs Committee and worked as a Legislative Assistant for…



Corey Shapiro, Louisville

by Haya Luftig

  • Posted on August 21, 2017

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Corey graduated from Washington University in 1996 with a degree in English Literature.  After Washington University, Corey worked in Washington, D.C. for several years as a political organizer for the advocacy group, People For the American Way and worked on several political campaigns.  He then graduated, with honors, from George Washington University Law School in…



Todd Resnick, Cleveland

by Haya Luftig

Todd Resnick was born and raised in Cleveland, and has been back in the area for 10 years after a brief stint in NY city.  He am married to a wonderful woman and mom, Niki, and have two incredible kids; a son Madden is 8 and a daughter Bryn is 5. Professionally, Todd is a…



Dan Rapp, Cincinnati

by Haya Luftig

Dan Rapp is the Vice President/Creative Director at Northlich, a Cincinnati based ad agency, where he has worked since 1995.  Dan is currently on the Executive Committee of the Cincinnati JCRC and  a board member of the Jewish Family Service.  He was a member of the AEPi Jewish fraternity, and attending Goldman Union Camp Institute…



Thorn Pozen, Washington, D.C.

by Haya Luftig

  • Posted on August 21, 2017

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  • 2017 Frank Fellows

Thorn Pozen is a partner in the law firm of Goldblatt Martin Pozen LLP in Washington, D.C., where, among other topics, he advises government and private sector clients on local government, administrative law, and local and federal government ethics issues.  Mr. Pozen previously served as a Partner at Stinson Morrison Hecker, and was the D.C.…



Ashley Noell, Richmond

by Haya Luftig

Ashley Noell, 35 years old, grew up in the small town of Lexington, Virginia. Growing up in a town without many Jews, her mother felt that it was very important to be exposed to the Jewish culture. Ashley attended Synagogue with her family, weekly, and was Bat Mitzvahed at the age of 13. During her senior…



Eva Lippman, Silicon Valley

by Haya Luftig

  • Posted on August 21, 2017

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  • 2017 Frank Fellows

Eva Lippman has taught 5th-7th grades in three different California public school districts. She is deeply honored to have been selected as a Frank Fellow and very much looks forward to learning more about the various issue areas. Eva’s father survived the Shoah in Budapest Hungary as a child. In 1956 he became a refugee…