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Lynn Korda Kroll

Vice President, Board of Trustees at Jewish Board of Family & Children's Services, Inc.
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Lynn Korda Kroll

Vice President, Board of Trustees at Jewish Board of Family & Children's Services, Inc.

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Co-President at The Abraham Joshua Heschel School

Executive Vice President & Chief Executive Officer at Jewish Communal Fund

Chief Executive Officer at E-J Electric Installation Co.

Partner at Cooley LLP

Co-Founder at Kroll Bond Rating Agency, Inc.

Managing Director at After Nine Holdings LLC

Partner at Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP

Partner at Kronish Associates, Inc.

Senior Advisor at Lincoln International LLC

Member, Board of Directors at UJA Federation of New York
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The Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies Inc The Foundations associated with The Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies (ACBP) for over twenty-five years have focused their philanthropic vision on making a difference in Canada, Israel, the United States and around the Jewish world. ACBP seeks to nourish the deep and fundamental human desire to belong to a community and to help individuals forge connections between their identity and community. Therefore, the principles and goals of the founders have been pursued via a myriad of programs and projects that are investing in next generations in an effort to change the world. The major operating programs of ACBP are researched, developed, and incubated until such time as their theoretical frameworks are proven and their impact is both measured and understood. At that time, these incubated programs tend to be placed on a path toward increasing independence. Given the strategic focus of ACBP philanthropy and the in-depth approach it takes to operating programs and joint ventures, applications for support are limited to those by invitation only. From our inception in 1986, ACBP was envisaged as a spend-out philanthropy, dedicated to strategically leveraging its entire endowment by the year 2016. This decision was a reflection of Andrea z"l and Charles Bronfman's belief that they could do the most good by empowering the next generation to pick up the gauntlet of innovation and create programs on their own terms. ACBP operates and supports programs in Canada, Israel and the United States to strengthen the unity of the Jewish people, to improve the quality of life in Israel and to promote Canadian heritage. Ultimately, ACBP seeks to span the separations created by geography, culture, and the requirements of daily life with a bridge built on the willingness of individuals in search of community, identity, and meaning. We operate in a framework of continuing innovation, have an ability to bear risk, and continually emphasize quality, value creation and building sustainability.

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Member, Board of Directors
Current
The Foundation for Jewish Culture invests in creative individuals and ideas in order to nurture a vibrant and enduring Jewish identity, culture and community.To achieve its mission, the Foundation: A) provides grants, recognition awards, networking opportunities and professional development services to artists and scholars, B) collaborates with cultural institutions, Jewish organizations, consortia, and funders to support the work of these creative individuals, to educate and build audiences, and to provide meaningful Jewish cultural experiences to the American public; and C) advocates for the importance of Jewish culture as a core component of Jewish life.
Member, Board of Trustees
Current
Jewish Communal Fund provides public charity serving the philanthropic community of Greater New York through donor-advised funds, the Jewish Communal Fund offers individuals and families. The company was founded by Herbert M. Singer in 1972 and is headquartered in New York, NY.
Vice President, Board of Trustees
Current
JBFCS is New York City’s largest provider of human services. We base our work on one core belief: changing behavior can change lives for the better. And here’s what happens when that simple idea meets up with our 55,000 clients: greater wellness and independence for our 55,000 clients and everyone connected to them -- friends, co-workers, parents, children, siblings, neighbors…all of us. That is a lot of people. That is why this 100-year-old agency is a cherished NYC asset -- a catalyst for making the world a better place.
Secretary, Board of Directors
Current
Member, Board of Regents
Prior
Georgetown University is a private research university in Washington, D.C. Founded in 1789, it is the oldest Jesuit and Catholic university in the United States. Georgetown's main campus, located in Washington's Georgetown neighborhood, is noted for Healy Hall, a National Historic Landmark in the Romanesque revival style. Georgetown operates a law center on Capitol Hill and auxiliary campuses in Italy, Turkey, and Qatar.
Director
Tenure Unconfirmed
UJA-Federation of New York cares for those in need, rescues those in harm’s way, and renews and strengthens the Jewish people in New York, in Israel, and around the world. Funds raised by UJA-Federation sustain the activities of health, human-service, educational, and community agencies. Every day, these community-based organizations provide a multitude of services that improve and enhance people’s lives.
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Member, Board of Directors
Current
New York City Global Partners, Inc. has connected New York to more than 100 leading global cities. From the beginning of Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg's first term in 2002, the organization, then called the Sister City Program for the City of New York, convened international summits on topics of critical importance to New York City and its peers, focusing on policy concerns in a post-9/11 era. These meetings brought foreign mayors and other city officials together to discuss common challenges and best practices. The success of summits on tourism, safety and security, technology, and public art established a new model for municipal exchange. In May 2007, Mayor Bloomberg appointed Professor Meyer Feldberg as president of the board of directors. Under his leadership, Global Partners continued to convene international summits while expanding the award-winning student internet exchange, Global Partners Junior, and launching the Innovation Exchange website, an online library of global cities' best practices. Dr. Pauline Yu has served as president of the board of directors since January 2014, leading the organization into Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration. Global Partners evolved from the Sister City Program of the City of New York, Inc. The organization was restructured and renamed New York City Global Partners, Inc. in 2006 with the aim of expanding the City's interaction with world cities while maintaining its historic ten sister city relationships. The organization continues its membership in Sister Cities International but no longer enters into new sister city agreements. Located in the Mayor's Office for International Affairs, NYC Global Partners is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Commissioner Penny Abeywardena currently serves on the board of directors as treasurer.

Non-Profit Donations & Grants

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$500 - $999
2012
To chronicle and transmit the stories, struggles, and achievements of Jewish women in America. JWA creates educational materials, offers professional development, sponsors public programs,and maintains an innovative website all designed to increase understanding of Jewish women's past, present, and future.
$2,500 - $4,999
2008
To chronicle and transmit the stories, struggles, and achievements of Jewish women in America. JWA creates educational materials, offers professional development, sponsors public programs,and maintains an innovative website all designed to increase understanding of Jewish women's past, present, and future.
$250 - $499
2007
To chronicle and transmit the stories, struggles, and achievements of Jewish women in America. JWA creates educational materials, offers professional development, sponsors public programs,and maintains an innovative website all designed to increase understanding of Jewish women's past, present, and future.
$1 - $999
2004
JESNA promotes innovation and systemic change in Jewish education in order to broaden and deepen educational participation and to enhance the impact of Jewish learning on the lives of its participants.

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