Career and Family
Technically, I’m a stay-at-home mom. My husband has his own business as an analyst for the supply chain/logistics world. So, I like to say that I’m the logistics manager for our family of six! I also am the director of client relations for his company.
I do a lot of volunteer work -- at my children's’ school, at our temple, for Hadassah and for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
I have four children -- two girls and two boys, ages 16, 14, 11, and 9.
My oldest daughter has Type 1 diabetes. I have become very involved with fundraising for JDRF. They do amazing research for not only a cure for Type 1, but also for ways to make living with Type 1 easier.
How did you get involved with Hadassah?
My mother and my sister inspired me to get involved with and join Hadassah. Hadassah's incredible research with diabetes also moved me to become a life member.
What is it about Hadassah that resonates with you?
I love that Hadassah is this amazing organization for Israel, about Israel, in Israel. But the best part is that it was started and continues to be run by women -- really smart, inspirational women!
Share something you would like people to know about you.
I am training for my second marathon as a teen mentor for Dreamfar -- a high school marathon group. We will be running the Providence Marathon on May 7. In addition, I am training for my third sprint triathlon to raise money for JDRF.
Previous Members of the Month
"Her grandmother made her a life member at birth."
Find out more about Stephanie Weitzman›
Los Angeles, CA
"She gives much of her energy to repairing the world."
Find out more about Stacey Dorenfeld›
"Hadassah has taught me to be a stronger advocate for Israel, Zionism and Jewish values."
Find out more about Shelly Cohen›
"Sarrah works with a technology start-up company, building global strategic partnerships."
Find out more about Sarrah Bechor›
"Rather than just an organization, Hadassah is like family."
Find out more about Sandra Goldman›
"I chose Hadassah because its main focus is Israel."
Find out more about Ruth Fein›
"She finds it incredibly important to give back to the community she was raised in."
Find out more about Robin Fischel›
Las Vegas, NV
“Board certified pediatrician passionate about Hadassah.”
Find out more about Randi Lampert›
“I owe much to Hadassah, including meeting my husband.”
Find out more about Randi Cohen›
Paula M. Schiff
Walnut Creek, CA
"Along with my wonderful Hadassah members, I have presented three Israel advocacy programs."
Find out more about Paula M. Schiff ›
"Melissa founded the “Leorah” chapter."
Find out more about Melissa Liverman›
Maxine, Rochelle and Alana Schube
"Our goal in coming forward with our story is to show that breast cancer doesn’t care how old you are."
Find out more about Maxine, Rochelle and Alana Schube›
Martha Jo Katz
"For 18 years she worked a model."
Find out more about Martha Jo Katz›
"I love being part of a group where I feel a true kinship to the other members."
Find out more about Lori Reszutek›
San Diego, CA
“From the beginning, I have been impressed that Hadassah is almost completely volunteer driven.”
Find out more about Lori Good›
Vernon Hills, IL
"After losing her vision, Keeley developed a line of hair fragrances."
Find out more about Keeley Kossof›
"Katie hopes one day to help her daughter become a Young Woman of Hadassah."
Find out more about Katie Perez›
"I am proudest of the cutting-edge medical research done at Hadassah, including research on treating ALS, cystic fibrosis, heart stents, stem cell therapy and more"
Find out more about Judi Babcock›
"Holly has spent most of her career doing communications and PR for nonprofit groups."
Find out more about Holly Seltzer›
“Hadassah supports everything I feel strongly about.”
Find out more about Helene Schilian›