• Member of the Board of Governors

    Beth H. Goldsmith

    Beth H. Goldsmith was born in Philadelphia, raised in Baltimore, and is a cum laude graduate of Goucher College with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a Master's degree in Education. She also holds a Certificate of Advanced Study in education from the Johns Hopkins University. Beth's involvement with The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore began in 1978 when she joined Young Women's Leadership, and continued as she took on a series of campaign roles, from Worker Training to Super Phone Day Chair. She served as Women's Campaign Chair for the 1986 Campaign. Beth, and her late husband, Harold Goldsmith, moved to Aspen, Colorado, in 1987 where she continued her community involvement a a member of the boards of The United Jewish Appeal Aspen Valley Campaign, and the Aspen Valley Medical Foundation. She also served a Chair of the Board of Aspen Country Day School, and as President of Les Dames d'Aspen, and the Aspen Youth Center. Returning to Baltimore in 2006, she became reengaged with The Associated through her work with the Center for Community Engagement & Leadership (CCEL), serving on its Executive Committee and Co-Chairing Chapter Two. After graduating from ACHARAI: The Shoshana Cardin Leadership Development Institute, Beth served as General Campaign Chair for the Associate's 2012 Annual Campaign. A Member of the Associate's Board of Governors and Board of Directors, she now serves as Co-Chair for Israel and Overseas. She is a member of the Board of Trustees of JFNA and serves on its Development Cabinet. Beth is Chair of the Board of Eastern Savings Bank and President of The Goldsmith Family Foundation.

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    Ambassador Dan Gillerman

    Ambassador Dan Gillerman is Chair of Markstone Capital Group, Israel's largest private equity fund. Prior to that, Mr. Gillerman was Israel's representative to the United Nations, serving as Vice President of the General Assembly. Before that, Mr. Gillerman served as CEO of several companies in the chemical, food, agricultural and technology sectors. He was also Chairman of the Federation of the Israeli Chambers of Commerce and served on the board of major commercial banks, including Bank Leumi, the First International Bank and the Central Bank of Israel. He has been a member of The Jewish Agency's Board of Governors since 2013.

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    Herbert Gimelstob

    Herbert Gimelstob is a realtor. He currently serves as National Vice Chair of United Jewish Communities (UJC), a member of the Board of Governors of Tel Aviv University, and is an honorary board member of the American Jewish Committee. He also founded the Herbert and Elaine Gimelstob Chair for Judaic Studies at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. In addition, Mr. Gimelstob serves as Chair of The Jewish Agency's Real Estate Subcommittee. In the past, he served as Chair of the Companies Subcommittee and as Chair of the Assets & Liabilities Committee. Mr. Gimelstob has been a member of The Jewish Agency’s Board of Governors since 2001.

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    Helena Glaser

    Helena Glaser is Chair of World WIZO Executive and Chair of the Voluntary and Non Profit Sector in Israel. She is a former Chair of WIZO Israel. In addition, Ms. Glaser is Vice President of the World Jewish Congress and serves on the Public Council for the Commemoration of Theodore Herzl. In 1994, she was a member of the Israeli delegation to the 38th United Nations Committee on the Status of Women in New York. Ms. Glaser has been an Associate Member of The Jewish Agency's Board of Governors since 2002 and a Board Member since 2004.

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    Marc Gold

    Marc Gold serves as Vice President of Maxwell Cummings & Sons Holdings Limited and an Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Law, McGill University. He is President of United Israel Appeal (UIA) Federations Canada and Chair of the Canada-Israel Committee, First Vice President of Federation CJA, and a member of the Executive Committee of United Israel Appeals Federations Canada. He is also a member of the Conseil de l’Université, Université de Montréal, and a Director at the Montreal Symphony Orchestra. Mr. Gold has been an Associate Member of The Jewish Agency's Board of Governors since 2002 and a member of Board of Governors since 2005.

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    Charles Goodman

    Charles Goodman is a Principal of Henry Crown and Company, a Chicago-based investment firm. He is the Centennial Campaign Chairman of the Jewish United Fund, as well as a member of the Board of the Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), a trustee of Brandeis University, and a member of the Board of Governors of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. He currently serves as Chair of The Jewish Agency's Ad-Hoc Committee. In the past, he served as Chairman of the Board of Governors Co-Chairman of the Financial Resource Development Committee. Mr. Goodman has been a member of The Jewish Agency’s Board of Governors since 1989.

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    Mike Grabiner

    Mike Grabiner is a member of the Board of Governors.

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    Andrew Groveman

    Andew Groveman is Senior Vice President of Marketing and Administration of Belz Enterprises, as well as President of its Belz Factory Outlet Division. Mr. Groverman serves on the Boards of AIPAC and the B’nai B’rith Youth Organization (BBYO) and is a Board Member of The Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations, United Jewish Communities (UJC), and United Israel Appeal (UJA). He is also a Trustee of Yeshiva College of Yeshiva University and serves as Chair of the Pincus Fund and of The Jewish Agency's Israel Education Fund (IEF) Companies Subcommittee. He has been on the Board of Governors since 1998.

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    Gael Grunewald

    Gael Grunewald serves as Chair of the Beit Shemesh / Washington / South Africa Partnership and Chair of the Vaad Amuta of World Bnei Akiva. Prior to that, he headed The Jewish Agency's Counselors Training Institute and served as its representative in Europe, as educational advisor for the European Rabbis' Committee, Secretary General of World Bnei Akiva and Chair of the Youth Movements World Council. In 2006 he was elected to the World Zionist Organization (WZO) Executive. Having served on The Jewish Agency's Board from 2001 through 2010, Mr. Grunewald was elected member of the Board of Governors in 2011.

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  • Associate Member of the Board of Governors

    Shariel Gun

    Shariel Gun is a professional advisor to the Prime Minister of Israel. He is responsible for correspondence and for Mr. Netanyahu's speeches. Prior to that, he worked for the Israel Lands Administration and before that – at the Ministry of Defense. Mr. Gun was a paratrooper in the IDF, served as a platoon commander and was released from the army in the rank of First Lieutenant. Mr. Gun has a BA in Business Administration, specializing in databases, from the Ruppin Academic Center. He has been an Associate Member of the Board of Governors since 2006.

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