Lawrence Magid

Vice President at Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center

Lawrence Magid

Lawrence Magid

Vice President at Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center

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102

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2

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Executive Director at American Friends of Rabin Medical Center

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Executive Director at Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center

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Founder at Nassau Physicians Foundation

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Former Chief Financial Officer at Bank Hapoalim BM

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Managing Director at CBIZ MHM LLC

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Director at Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center

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Member, Long Island Women's Leadership Cabinet at UJA-Federation of New York

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Member, Long Island Business Leadership Forum Executive Committee at UJA-Federation of New York

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Director at Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center

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Member, Board of Directors at Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center

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Vice President at Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center
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Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center, the only full-service JCC on Long Island’s North Shore, is dedicated to serving every aspect of community wellness, regardless of age or ability. The Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center promotes Jewish identity. The Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center provide a comprehensive program based on Jewish values, traditions, heritage and culture and are committed to enriching the lives of all the individuals and families in our community.

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American Friends of Rabin Medical Center is a non-profit organization. Founded in 1994, and chartered in Washington, D.C., it is the main vehicle in the United States through which people can learn about and support Israel's largest medical facility. Although Beilinson and Golda HaSharon hospitals that now constitute the Rabin Medical Center were not well known in the United States prior to 1994 (a provision of its charter prohibited it from raising funds or promoting itself), since their merger, and the founding of AFRMC, thanks to the vision of Dr. Dan Oppenheim, Director General of Beilinson and the founder, Miriam Romm; Rabin Medical Center has created considerable excitement among those who have learned of its accomplishments. In 1997, AFRMC moved its offices to New York, and every year since support for the organization and the Rabin Medical Center has grown considerably, due to the activities, commitment and hard work of its volunteer leadership. In 2000, AFRMC established its place on New York City's scene of non-profit organizations with its first Annual Dinner. It now has chapters around the country. The organization has a distinguished Board of Directors, who oversees all funding. AFRMC has become one of a growing number of the Rabin Medical Center's support organizations around the world. Others include Israeli Friends, and chapters in Germany and France.

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