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For Jennie Becker, who chairs the Jewish Community Center of Cleveland’s Camp Wise alumni committee and is a member of Camp Wise’s camp committee in Claridon Township and Beachwood, fall never ended her time at camp.

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It’s an ongoing joke to Jody E. Bonhard that she can’t escape a career in teaching.

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For as far back as Rachel Edelman can remember, she’s held an innate desire to help people become better versions of themselves.

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When Alexandra Forkosh was 5 years old, she combined her love of Hebrew school and family vacations to Mexico into her first career aspiration…

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For Heather Froimson, inspiration to pursue health care studies came from her grandfather, Dr. Avrum Froimson, a retired orthopedic hand surge…

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After working at General Electric as a financial analyst, Steve Muszynski decided to launch a business in Cleveland that would help families s…

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When Rachel Newman returned to Cleveland after spending eight years away, she dove into both Jewish community life and into the life of the ge…

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Jonathon Nisenboum, 32, of Highland Heights, cares deeply about the Cleveland Jewish community.

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Even after growing up in Toronto, moving to New York and then finally ending up in Cleveland in 2016, Samuel Schwartzben is no stranger to the Northeast Ohio Jewish community. The 35-year-old Beachwood resident attended Camp Stone growing up, which is where he was introduced to Cleveland. 

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When asked why Cleveland means so much to him as a young professional and community member, 33-year-old Beachwood resident Seth Weinstein said…

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When asked why Northeast Ohio Jewry means so much to her, Sarah Wilschek (nee Grinstein), executive director of Congregation Rodef Sholom in Y…