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Help Somebody Spotlight: Sandy Sisisky, Board Member, JFS and Weinstein JCC

We are excited to share our very first “Help Somebody Hall of Fame” Honoree – Sandy Sisisky! For those of you who aren’t familiar with it, The Help Somebody Hall of Fame is a platform to express gratitude for a person in the community who acts selflessly to improve the lives of others.  We want to share these stories in hope of inspiring more people in Greater Richmond to act with generosity.  There will be random drawing each quarter from those who are honored, and two honorees will select a nonprofit of their choice to receive $1000.  Read more about how to nominate someone here.

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ConnectVA Spotlight: Wendy Kreuter, Jewish Family Services (JFS)

Tell us about yourself. My name is Wendy Kreuter, and I joined Jewish Family Services (JFS) as the Chief Executive Officer in September 2016. I have twenty years of experience in management at Schwarzschild Jewelers and served for thirteen years at The Faison Center as Vice President of Operations and Finance.

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ConnectVA Spotlight: Alissa Aronovici, Jewish Family Services

Tell us about yourself. My name is Alissa Aronovici and I am the Director of Development at Jewish Family Services (JFS). I started at JFS last December. I have worked in the Richmond nonprofit sector for the last few years but I’m so thrilled to be part of an organization that delivers direct health and human services to those in our community that need it most. I have an undergraduate degree in International Relations from the College of William and Mary, a graduate degree in Middle Eastern Studies, and a certificate in Fund Development from the University of Richmond. I also serve on a few local nonprofit boards and enjoy volunteering in the community.

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