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Jewish Federation & Family Services, Orange County is pleased to announce the appointment of Arlene Miller as the new President & CEO effective July 1st. Arlene Miller comes to Orange County after an extraordinary 5 years as Chief Philanthropy Officer of Shalom Austin, an association of organizations that includes the Jewish Federation of Greater Austin, Jewish Family Service, the Jewish Community Center, and the Jewish Foundation of Austin & Central Texas.

There, she led the launch of the Jewish Foundation of Austin & Central Texas from concept to reality, and deepened relationship building and donor engagement as the core principles of the community's financial resource development strategy, among many other successes. She returns to California, the state where she began her career as a Jewish professional with Hillel at UCLA nearly 18 years ago. Miller has earned the respect and admiration of colleagues, donors and volunteers throughout the country. Learn more here.

Jewish Family Services of Delaware will celebrate the long and distinguished tenure of CEO Dory Zatuchni and the grand opening of the new Village Garden dedicated to her. The celebration will take place on June 1st in the garden outside of JFS's Wilmington office.

Dory's 20 years of devoted leadership of JFS is the capstone of a lifetime of service to the community and advocacy for vulnerable populations. Continue reading here.

The Board of Directors of Jewish Family & Children's Service of Greater Mercer County announced that it has selected Michelle Napell to become the agency's next Executive Director.

Ms. Napell will succeed Linda Meisel, who announced earlier this year that she is stepping down on June 30th, after 18 years as Executive Director. Michelle Napell will take over the role on July 1, 2016. Learn more here.