Judith Schlossberg has been elected chairman of the board of the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford, it was announced recently by the agency’s president and CEO Cathrin Fischer Scwartz.
“We are thrilled to have Judy as our organization’s new Chair of the Board. She has an incredible amount of passion, energy and commitment to our mission,” said Schwartz, in making the announcement.
Schlossberg is currently a member of the Federation’s Community Trustees Board and the National Women’s Philanthropy Board, where she holds a portfolio on the TECH Team providing training, education, consulting, and help to communities all across North America. Previously, she served on the Federation’s Long Range Planning Committee and Planning and Allocations Committee, and as chair of the Lion of Judah Endowment, Women’s Philanthropy and the General Campaign.
In addition to her involvement in Federation, she is an active member of the Auxiliary Board of Hebrew Health Care in West Hartford, where she has held the position of first vice president.
“It has been my great privilege for many years to observe and participate in the extraordinary work the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford performs for Jews, as well as non-Jews, both locally and throughout the world,” says Schlossberg. “The opportunity to head this Board of distinguished leaders from our Jewish community is a responsibility that I will meet with all the energy and dedication at my command.”
Professionally, Schlossberg owned a successful catering and event planning business for more than 30 years, spanning three states.
Schlossberg resides in Avon with her husband, Ron, and has two grown daughters, Rachel and Deborah.
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