National Conference for Community and Justice

National Conference for Community and Justice

National Conference for Community and Justice

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The National Conference for Community and Justice (NCCJ) was founded in 1927 as the National Conference for Christians and Jews, in response to anti-Catholic sentiment being expressed during Al Smith's run for the Democratic nomination. Its founders included prominent social activists such as Jane Addams and U.S. Supreme Court Justice Charles Evans Hughes who dedicated the organization to bringing diverse people together to address interfaith divisions. Several years later NCCJ expanded its work to include all issues of social justice including race, class, gender equity, sexual orientation and the rights of people with different abilities.

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Vice President for Programs

Professional

Board of Directors

Former Regional Managing Partner, New England at CohnReznick LLP

Shareholder at Shatz, Schwartz & Fentin PC

Representative from the 89th District at Florida House of Representatives

Director at Nanotech Industries, Inc. (California)

Managing Director, Market Director at U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management

Former President & Chief Executive Officer at Mercy Medical Center - Des Moines

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Non-Profit Donations & Grants
$50K - $100K
2008
$50K - $100K
2006
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