Enid Rosenberg to Receive Charles Eisenman Award at Jewish Federation of Cleveland Virtual Annual Meeting on May 14

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The Jewish Federation of Cleveland today announced that Enid Rosenberg has been named the 96th recipient of the Charles Eisenman Award, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s highest civic honor for outstanding contributions to our community. The Federation will recognize Rosenberg and celebrate our community at the 116th Annual Meeting on Thursday, May 14. All are welcome to attend this virtual event.

“What makes Enid such a great leader is her passion and her desire to get things done,” said J. David Heller, Jewish Federation of Cleveland board chair. “She cares about so many different aspects of the community and this passion comes through in her work. People want to be on Enid’s team.”

Rosenberg is meaningfully invested in the work of many organizations across Cleveland. She is a former board chair of Mandel JCC, Menorah Park, Oakwood Country Club, as well as the Orange School Board, where she led the passage of two levies and a bond issue.

She is a founding board member of Breakthrough Charter Schools, which currently serves over 3,600 students in 12 locations. She has also served on the boards of the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, United Way of Greater Cleveland, the Jewish Federations of North America, The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation, and The Cleveland State University Foundation.

Rosenberg has served as an advisor to University Hospitals during some of the most transformative moments in the organization’s history, including the development of UH Ahjua Medical Center. She currently serves on the UH Ahjua Medical Center Board and is chair of the UH Volunteer Leadership Program.

She is a past vice chair of both Federation’s board of trustees and the Campaign for Jewish Needs. She also served as chair of Federation’s Community Planning Committee and worked on the committee’s efforts to develop the 2011 Greater Cleveland Jewish Population Study, which is used both locally and nationally.

In addition to the presentation of the Charles Eisenman Award, the annual meeting will feature remarks by Dr. Erica Brown, director of the Mayberg Center for Jewish Education at The George Washington University. The program will also include an address from Board Chair J. David Heller and an election of Federation trustees. For more information or to register, please visit www.jewishcleveland.org.

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