- dynastyflierLv 71 0 年前最佳解答
Janet Farber first became involved in the Women Department of the Jewish Federation Valley Alliance during the Six Day War in 1967. She has served as Women Campaign chair and as president of the Women Department. She became a Lion in 1983 and was instrumental in building the Lion of Judah program within the Valley Alliance.
She remains a member of the boards of both the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, her native city, and of the Valley Alliance. Additionally, she has served on the board of the Bureau of Jewish Education, a beneficiary agency of the federation, where she eventually became president. Committed to supporting Israel, Janet also sits on the Israel and Overseas Committee of the federation, where she is the Los Angeles liaison to its Teach and Study Program in Tel Aviv. Janet and her husband Jake have been to Israel nearly 50 times.
Janet and Jake Farber joined Adat Ari El, a conservative North Hollywood synagogue in 1960, where Janet served as Sisterhood president from 1975-1978 and is still active on the board.
Janet has three children, Nadine, Howard and Rochelle, and eight grandchildren. Her daughter has followed in her footsteps, becoming the Women Department campaign chair and now President of the Women Department of the Valley Alliance. Janet has endowed her Lion of Judah as a legacy to her family.
- 1 0 年前
我要的是Janet Mcgiffin不是Janet Farber