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Moses new VP of Ledger Publications

Michael Moses

By Stacey Dresner

-WEST HARTFORD – Michael Moses has joined Ledger Publications as vice president, Sales and Marketing.

Moses joined the Ledger staff on Dec. 1. He comes to the Ledger after spending the last three years as executive director and chief operating officer at Beth El Temple in West Hartford. Prior to Beth El, Moses spent the majority of his career in the newspaper industry, most recently as publisher of a group of newspapers in Rhode Island. As publisher he had complete operational responsibility over a multi-million dollar company with more than 200 employees. He has more than 20 years experience in all facets of business including sales, marketing, fund-raising, and general operations.

Moses said he is excited to join Ledger Publications.

“The opportunity to apply my years of business and publishing experience to an institution such as the Ledger is gratifying,” he stated. “It will be a privilege to work alongside such a talented and passionate group of professionals.”

Active in the communities within which he has lived and worked, Moses has served as a Chamber board member and on several corporate and community advisory boards. He was a leading supporter of charter schools in Rhode Island and helped to preserve the charter school system in Woonsocket. While living and working in Massachusetts, he served on the corporate advisory boards for Montserrat College, a private school for the Arts, and Symphony by the Sea, a Marblehead-based orchestra. He also worked to provide fundraising support for various special education initiatives and social programs throughout Rhode Island. He also served as an elected official on the Brooklyn Board of Education and was chairman of the local Republican Town Committee.

A native of Manchester, Moses has strong roots in and around the greater Hartford area. He currently resides in Trumbull and has a 10-year-old daughter, Rebekah.

To reach Michael Moses and to learn more about advertising opportunities in the Jewish Ledger, call (860) 231-2424, or email him at michaelm@jewishledger.com.

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