The Jewish Board’s Corporate Compliance Program strives to foster a culture of transparency that encourages Board and Advisory Committee members, employees, volunteers, interns, vendors and contractors to conduct themselves in accordance with the highest level of business and community ethics and in compliance with applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures. The Program seeks to provide […]
In its earliest days, our volunteers contributed to a history of “organized expression of neighborly feeling.” This spirit drives The Jewish Board to this day, as it continues to extend a helping hand to those most in need of care, support, and a clear vision of a path forward that involves hope, recovery, and resilience. […]
David Rivel joined The Jewish Board in 2011 as part of a planned transition of leadership. Prior to joining The Jewish Board, David was the Executive Director of City Parks Foundation, which he built into one of New York’s premier not-for-profit organizations.
Officers of the Board PresidentAlice Tisch* Chairs of the BoardJohn A Herrmann, Jr.*Anthony E. Mann*Jean L. Troubh* Honorary Chair of the BoardSeymour R. Askin, Jr. Honorary PresidentFredric W. Yerman Vice President & Chair of Executive CommitteeSteven L. Fasman* TreasurerMichael A. Epstein* Vice President and SecretaryJamie B.W. Stecher* Vice PresidentsBeth E. AnismanDavid B. Edelson*David F. Everett […]
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We provided training to 150 Mental Health Providers with the Department of Education to support students experiencing trauma
This is a placeholder for a quote from someone from the executive staff. To promote recovery, we address all aspects of an individual’s life, including mental and physical health, family, employment and education.
The Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services strengthens families and communities throughout New York City by helping individuals of all backgrounds realize their potential and live as independently as possible.