New Board Leadership Elected
The Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix has elected Lee Eisinberg as its new board chair.
Eisinberg is a co-founder and managing partner of ABLE Financial Group, and has been a member of the Jewish Community Foundation Board of Directors for many years. He served as the board’s vice chair for the past two years. Eisinberg also serves on the board of the Phoenix chapter of the Jewish National Fund and volunteers for a number of other organizations.
Eisinberg succeeds Robert Roos, who served as board chair from 2017-2019. Roos will continue to serve on the Board of Directors. Foundation President and CEO, Richard Kasper said, “Under Robert’s leadership, JCF successfully completed the formal implementation of LIFE & LEGACYTM, which has engaged 12 community partner organizations, and secured end-of-life commitments with an estimated value of $32 million dollars for the community. Robert led the Foundation to completely update and enhance its investment program and its grantmaking services. We thank Robert for his dedication, and we are looking forward to our next chapter under Lee’s leadership.”
Other newly elected officers are Alan Gold, Vice Chair; Bradley Dimond, Treasurer; and Deborah Miller, Secretary. Also elected to the board of directors was Sophie Rosenthal. Rosenthal is a junior at Phoenix Country Day School, who has served on the Foundation’s grants committee and has been a member of the JCF Youth Philanthropy Board since 2017.