Liz Baroh, elected President of the Young Leadership Division of the American Sephardi Federation.
Dr. Aviva Barzel, appointed Executive Vice President of Histadrut Ivrit of America.
Susan Becker of The Bronx, N.Y., elected President of the North American Aliyah movement.
Henriette Beilis, elected President of the American Friends of the Alliance Israelite Universelle.
Sandra Berliner of Toledo, named Rabbi of Tifereth B’nai Israel in Warrington, Pa.
Shira Herzog Bessin of Toronto, named Executive Director of the Canada-Israel Committee.
Dorothy Bucksbaum, elected President of the Jewish Federation of Greater Des Moines.
Ann Holland Cohn, reelected President of the Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo.
Edith Everett, elected acting President of the American Friends of Haifa University.
Adele Greenblatt, elected President of the Jewish Federation of Cumberland County, N.J.
Charlotte Holstein of Syracuse, appointed the city’s Commissioner for Women’s Issues.
Aubrey Herman of St. Louis, elected Executive Vice President of the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati.
Susan Jacobson, elected President of the Jewish Federation of San Antonio.
Raya Jaglom of Tel Aviv, elected a Vice President of the World Jewish Congress. Ms. Jaglom is the first woman to be elected to this post in the 50-year history of the WJC.
Dr. Deborah E. Lipstadt, selected Director of the Brandeis-Bardin Institute. Dr. Lipstadt is the first woman to lead this major national Jewish institution.
Annette Morganstern, named Director of the Zionist Organization of America, Dallas area.
Doris Rosenberg, elected President of the Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services in N.Y.
Barbara Ribakove of New York, reelected Chairperson of the North American Conference on Ethiopian Jewry. Ms. Ribakove also was named the agency’s first Executive Director.
Pearl Stahl, named Director of the American Red Magen David for Israel.
Andrea Stringer, elected President of the Hamilton, Ontario Jewish Federation.
Gittel Tata, named Executive Director of the Jewish Community Council of Ottawa, the first woman in Canada to hold this post.
Peggy Tishman has been named President of New York’s Federation of Jewish Philanthropies. She is the first to preside over the organization newly combined with the United Jewish Appeal of New York.