JMM Insights: Celebrating JMM’s New Board Members

This week’s edition of JMM Insights comes from Director of Development Tracey Dorfmann.

This was a transformational year for JMM and our Board of Trustees. Our new Executive Director, Sol Davis led the way as we focused on expanding meaningful relationships in all aspects of our work. To guide us in the important effort of being a participatory museum, we established board development goals to deepen our existing relationships, foster greater engagement with new audiences, and amplify the many voices of our community. 

On May 20th, the JMM Membership approved a Board slate to carry us into our new fiscal year and beyond. Effective July 1, 2021, we are delighted to welcome several new members to our Board of Trustees. Collectively they bring strong backgrounds in tax, business and corporate law, finance, Jewish scholarship, community activism, and Jewish engagement.

Please join us in welcoming, Jordan Halle, Paul Levin, Jill Max, Abba Poliakoff, and Dr. Harriette Wimms. Together with our existing officers and board, they will help us blaze the trail forward.

The images above are from a recent staff and board reception held at the Museum.

Our Board members participate in museum life in a myriad of ways. They are steadfast supporters of our mission and act as JMM Ambassadors. They council and oversee Museum finances and strategy, serve on a variety of committees, enthusiastically welcome museum visitors, and introduce programs and speakers many times during the program year.

We gratefully acknowledge our entire Board for providing the experience, leadership, diverse views, and expertise that will to help us address the challenges of today and identify new opportunities for our future.

Together we will go from strength to strength. 

Happening Tonight:

Also available to view on our website under “Recorded Programs” and our Jewish Museum of Maryland YouTube page.

Pride Panel 2021: A world of connections to LGBTQ, Jewish Pride
Wednesday, June 23rd, at 12PM Eastern

Join Keshet as they host representatives from four LGBTQ Jewish organizations located around the world. In addition to Keshet US, hear from Keshet UK, Guimel Mexico City, and Jewish Outlook South Africa!

Panelists will speak to current successes and challenges in the areas they work, reflect on LGBTQ inclusion in Jewish life around the world, and share their hopes for the future of the Jewish community.

Register for free here.

Juneteenth Jamboree with Carole and Jeffery Boston Weatherford
Saturday, June 19th, at 1PM Eastern

Join award-winning mother and son duo Carole and Jeffery Boston Weatherford for a Juneteenth Jamboree! Following a reading of Carole’s book Juneteenth Jamboree and a talk about their ancestors, listen to interactive spoken word by Jeffery and learn how to make a corn husk doll. Instructions on how to make a corn husk doll will be provided so participants can make one at home.

Presented by the Enoch Pratt Free Library in partnership with the Reginald F. Lewis Museum.

Esther’s Place Online:
School’s Out! Bundle

Check out the latest bundle available exclusively through the online shop. 

This collection of items will keep you and your family entertained and engaged during the summer months.

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