YLD Names New Board Chair, Vice Board Chair, Adds 12 New Members to its Board
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The Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Young Leadership Division (YLD) announced the appointment of Dayna Orlean as Board Chair and Cameron Orlean as Vice Board Chair, effective January 2019. They succeed Natan Milgrom and Dayna Orlean, respectively, who served in these capacities last year. YLD connects Jewish young adults, ages 22 – 45, to each other and the community through social, volunteer, leadership, and philanthropic activities.
Dayna, 30, is a Customer Success Executive at Vox Mobile. She currently serves on the Montefiore Associate Board, and previously served as YLD Campaign Co-Chair and Event Chair for the inaugural Workout for Good series.
Cameron, 30, is Vice President of Orlean Enterprises. He is the chair and a founding member of the Montefiore Associate Board, and a founder of Jewish Big Brother Big Sister Association’s Annual ‘Fore The Kids’ Golf outing. He previously served as YLD Campaign Co-Chair and YLD Ben-Gurion Society Co-Chair.
YLD also announced the addition of 12 new members to its board: Ari Feiger of University Heights, Nate Goldfinger of South Euclid, Andrew Kawalek of Shaker Heights, Ryan Levine of Beachwood, Faige Margareten of Beachwood, Ian Mendelsohn of University Heights, Jonathan Nisenboum of Highland Heights, Abbie Pappas of Beachwood, Jeremy Rosen of Moreland Hills, Dara Sussman of University Heights, Max Sussman of University Heights, and Betsy Tucker of Cleveland.
“As a Cleveland transplant, I am excited to serve a community that welcomed me with open arms,” Dayna said. “It's scary moving to a city where you don't know anyone but the Cleveland Jewish community and Jewish Federation helped ease my transition into a new city. I am honored to continue the great work that Natan Milgrom brought to this role, and I’m thrilled to work with the YLD team of professionals and volunteers to strengthen our core areas of leadership development, community engagement, and philanthropy. It's going to be an exciting year for YLD and I can't wait to continue to build on the momentum we've had in the past few years.”