Hadassah Greater Philadelphia
A Day of Education and Inspiration
SAVE THE DATE
Hadassah Greater Philadelphia Presents a Day of Education and Inspiration
Breaking Barriers - Shattering the Glass CeilingWednesday, April 25, 2018 9 AM to 2:30 PM William Penn Inn, 1017 DeKalb Pike, Ambler,PA 19012
Tuesday, March 27th
Montgomery County Community College, 340 Dekalb Pike, Blue Bell, PA 19422
6 pm Socialize over light snacks7 pm Movie
8:30 pm Discussion with the Movie’s Producer and Writer and Holocaust survivor, Rita Ross.
Please call Montgomery County Community College Lively Arts Dept. at 215.641.6518 or email to purchase tickets for $20 each. Any money raised will go to fund research at HMO. Tell them you are with Hadassah when you purchase tickets.
We are hoping as many people as possible will bring friends and come out to hear the important story of Sonia and our guest speaker and to honor the memories and bravery of all our survivors.
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From our President
Michele is the immediate past Vice President of Hadassah Greater Philadelphia. As an active member of Hadassah, she has held various positions over the years. Some of those positions include Development Portfolio, Education Portfolio, President of Ha Kol (twice), Liaison to Aviva Chapter, Member of Executive Board and Chapter Board, member of Education Day Committee, and Chair of Education Day 2015. Currently, she is the Liaison to Miriam's Well Chapter for the last three years.
In her local community, Michele has volunteered her time to numerous organizations which include the following: Philadelphia Federation of Teachers, Union Representative, Trained Domestic Abuse Volunteer, Boys and Girls Clubs, and Drug and Alcohol Task Force, Hands on the Future. She was an advocate for the PA Federation of Teachers, meeting with U.S. and PA House Senators and Representatives on Education Issues. Currently, she volunteers her time mentoring a student with special needs in the North Penn School District through the Retired Senior Volunteers of Montgomery County.
Michele, graduated from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor degree in History and Villanova University with an MA in counseling. She also took part in the Chaplaincy Program from Gratz College. Professionally, Michelle worked in the Philadelphia School District for many years, first as a Secondary History Teacher and then as a School Counselor. She was also a Certified Student Assistance Counselor and a Certified Drug and Alcohol Counselor.
Michele, is married to her husband, David, for 44 years. David is a Hadassah Associate who traveled to Israel for the Hadassah Convention celebrating 100 years. She has two sons, Jason and Adam. Jason is married to Lindsay for two years and they have given Michele her first grandson with the birth of Dylan Joshua in March 2017.
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Ice Cream Social and Chapter Meeting
March 26, 2018 - March 26, 20181919 Chestnut St.
Location: The William Penn House Community Room 1919 Chestnut Street Come, meet and learn about upcoming events Monday, March 26th 6:30-8:30pm Hear from Board Members! Discuss Fundraising and Membership event ideas! Learn more about Hadassah! RSVP by 3/23/18 to email@example.com 7-9pm