This past spring, JCC President David Sirowich sent out a call to all members asking for nominations to the Board of Directors. Working in cooperation with the JCC staff, the Board members have the ability to influence new program initiatives and policy. David’s call to the community yielded many willing and qualified candidates. At the JCC annual meeting on September 7, the JCC Board added six new board members with impressive credentials and commitment to its rolls. We welcome the JCC’s new Board members.
MELINDA AGRON is a principal at Newman Architects in New Haven, where she works at the intersection of building design and organizational strategy. She has an MBA, in addition to her graduate architecture degree, and is involved in development planning for higher education. Melinda is a Beverly Levy Early Learning Center parent.
SYMONE MAGUIRE is Assistant Director of Human Resources at Yale University’s Law School. Symone has a BS in Hospitality Management from Cornell University and an MBA in Human Resources Management from University of New Haven. After utilizing the programs and services of the JCC, Symone and her husband enrolled their youngest child in the Beverly Levy Early Learning Center.
While HANK NUSSBAUM was New Jersey and New York educated, he is a long time Connecticut resident and JCC member for 25 years. Hank was an attending physician at Yale for many years and currently practices Addiction Medicine. You can find Hank exercising in the fitness room frequently.
MARC ROSEN is a Professor of Psychiatry at Yale and directs the Addiction Services at VA Connecticut. Marc joined the JCC after moving to Woodbridge in 1994. He and his family have used the JCC for childcare, basketball, hanging out, swimming and “schvitzing.”
JOSHUA SAPIRE, a University of Texas and Yale University graduate is a Physician with Advanced Radiology Consultants. A resident of Woodbridge, he is a long-time supporter and user of the JCC. Josh believes institutions like the JCC provides a vital resource for Jewish life in greater New Haven.
STACIE SERGEEV is an accomplished Packaging Designer at the children’s education and play brand Melissa & Doug, Stacie exudes a high-energy, can-do attitude that resonates in every aspect of her life. She is a parent of a four-year-old student at the Beverly Levy Early Learning Center and a super volunteer for PJ Library programs.