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New director at Jewish Women’s Foundation

New director at Jewish Women’s Foundation

Stacey Rubinstein
Stacey Rubinstein

STACEY RUBINSTEIN of Livingston has been appointed the new director of the Jewish Women’s Foundation of New Jersey (JWFNJ).

Rubinstein has extensive experience as a nonprofit professional focusing on community engagement, leadership development, and strategic planning. The cofounder and board president of Livingston Neighbors Helping Neighbors, she was the director of nonprofit partners for and a consultant for KrasnePlows, which helps nonprofits maximize their impact. She has also held volunteer leadership roles with numerous local service agencies.

As a founding member of the JWFNJ board, said Rubinstein, “it is very rewarding for me to be rejoining the foundation in a professional capacity. I welcome this opportunity to lead the organization while also working to build on its successes and be in the forefront of efforts to empower, educate, and invest in women and girls.”

JWFNJ cochair Penina Barr said she is “delighted” to welcome Rubinstein, “under whose leadership we anticipate expanding our impact and engagement within the community as women philanthropists and agents of change.”

JWFNJ is a donor-advised fund of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater MetroWest NJ.

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