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An Affiliate of the Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte Vol. 38, No. 5 Nisan-lyar 5776 May 2016 Jewish Federation Annual Meeting Wiii Feature Maicoim Hoenlein The Annual Meeting of the Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte will take plaee on Mon day, May 23 at 7 PM in the Sam Lemer Center for Cultural Arts at Shalom Park. Please join us to honor Outgoing President, Holly Levinson and weleome Ineoming President, Larry Sehwartz. During the Annual Meeting, the 2016-2017 slate of offieers and Board of Trustees will be pre sented, and an eleetion will be held. Anyone eontributing at least $36 to the Annual Campaign is eonsidered a voting member. Join us to honor Outgoing President, Hoiiy Levinson and incoming President, Larry Schwartz Following the meeting, please join guest speaker, Maleolm Hoenlein, exeeutive viee ehairman of the Conferenee of Presidents to Major Jewish Organizations, the United States Jewish eommunity’s most influential organization. Every day, the Conferenee of Presidents works publiely and be hind the seenes addressing vital eoneems with US and world lead ers, key opinion molders and the pub lie about Israel’s seeurity and vitality, threats posed by a nuelear Iran, global terrorism, anti-Semi tism and the delegitimization eampaign, making a eritieal dif- ferenee at home and abroad. Hoenlein has written and lee- tured aeross the US and abroad on international relations, Israel and Middle East affairs, Soviet and World Jewry, terrorism, the Amer- iean Jewish eommunity, and inter group relations. He has traveled extensively in East and West Eu rope, Central Asia, the Persian Gulf, North and South Afriea, Australia, and the Middle East, meeting with leading government offieials, world leaders and Jewish eommunities. Hoenlein serves as an advisor to many pub lie offieials and is fre quently eonsulted on pub lie poliey issues. He appears regularly in the media. He has been deseribed by Tablet Magazine as “one of the most powerful people, politieally, in the United States” and “the most powerful Jew in the Western world.” We hope you will join us for this thought provoking event. For more information, please eall the Federation offiee at 704-944- Malcolm Hoenlein, Executive Vice Chairman of The Conference of Presidents of Major Jewish Organizations ON ‘31101NVH0 80ZI- #imN3d aivd 3ovisod s n aisidSdd pafsanba^j aoiAias aBueqj 9ZZ8Z ON ‘mopeqo ZU# mins ‘peo^ aouapiAOJd ZOOS SLATE OF OFFICERS & TRUSTEES AS NOMINATED BY THE BOARD DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE OF THE JEWISH FEDERATION OF GREATER CHARLOTTE OFFICERS FOR 2016-2017 President Vice-President Vice-President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Past President Larry Schwartz* Alison Lerner* Jeff Turk* Ira Slomka* Amy Augustine* Risa Miller* Holly Levinson BOARD MEMBERS - TERM ENDING 2019 George Cronson* Amy Vitner* Brad Winer* Marisa Zeibert* BOARD MEMBERS - TERM ENDING 2018 Gail Baron* Slade Goldstein* Sharyn Handelsman Julie Sheffer BOARD MEMBERS - TERM ENDING 2017 Steve Cohen Brad Rabinowitz* Ron Townsend* Bill Zimmern *Nominees CONSTITUENT AGENCY DESIGNEES: Levine Jewish Community Center Representative: Elise Kosofsky Jewish Family Services Representative: Debbie Porter Foundation of Shalom Park Representative: Linda Seigel BOARD DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE - Sam Bernstein, Chair Ben Benson, Jodi Michel, Gale Osborne, Wendy Petricoff, Jen Rosen, and David Van Glish Additional nominations can be made by the general Federation membership. For details on submitting additional nominations, please call 704.944.6757.

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