Scottsdale resident named to national Women’s Philanthropy board

The Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix congratulates its Women’s Philanthropy Chair Julee Landau Shahon of Scottsdale on being named to the Jewish Federation of North America’s Women’s Philanthropy board.

Julee Landau Shahon

Julee Landau Shahon

“Julee has been instrumental to resurgence of our local Women’s Philanthropy efforts. We are honored to have her represent our community and thrilled that her outstanding work has been recognized through this appointment,” said Robin Loeb, director of Women’s Philanthropy and donor relations.

“Her passion, dedication and insight about the work of the Federation will be a wonderful addition to this board of leadership women.”

The national Women’s Philanthropy board engages women at the highest levels of decision-making within the Federation system. It is at the forefront of campaign solicitation and leadership development and provides inspirational leadership to advocate for Federation programs and services around the world.

Board members serve as role models to both women and men in their communities, inspiring them to get involved and become leaders.

“I am thrilled to be selected to be part of the Women’s Philanthropy Board of JFNA. I am proud to continue to bring my Detroit-family tradition to Phoenix and to be able to represent our community in this way,” said Ms. Landau Shahon.

The board position is a two-year term.


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