Hineni (hee-NEY-nee) means "Here I am" in Hebrew. It represents a willingness to step forward and serve. Our Hineni Volunteer Network is a program designed to help you discover and take on impactful governance and advisory roles in the Greater Boston Jewish community.
CJP’s Hineni Volunteer Network works to match experienced community members with Jewish communal organizations that need governance and advisory support.
Hineni might be right for you if you want to share your experience or expertise in one or more of the following areas:
Participating in CJP’s Hineni Volunteer Network provides you with:
How it works:
Please note: personal contact information will be kept confidential until confirmed mutual interest from both the volunteer leader and the organization.
You’ve got skills and strengths that could make a meaningful impact! We hope you’ll join us.
Danielle Greenberg currently serves as a CJP Hineni Volunteer Network Co-Chair and a member of the CJP Young Adult Philanthropy Board. Danielle began her involvement with CJP in the 2021-2022 Dewy Stone Kadimah Leadership Development Program after relocating to Boston in 2020. That same year and the following year she co-chaired the Chai Society and has served as a member of the CJP Young Adult Philanthropy Board since. Originally from New York City, Danielle was previously involved with the UJA-Federation of New York and the Congregation Emanu-El of New York. Danielle works in human resources at Harvard Management Company, is a Certified Professional Coach, and holds a BA in Health and Societies from the University of Pennsylvania. She lives in the South End with her husband, Luke.
Leslie Zients Pucker is a clinical social worker with experience in infant mental health, parenting support and medical social work. She works with parents of young children at Jewish Family and Children’s Services’ Center for Early Relationship Support, helping volunteers in the Lauren & Mark Rubin Visiting Moms program, and facilitates new parents groups. Leslie serves on the board of the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center, the Rashi School and co-chairs the Advisory Council of the Jewish Teen Foundation of Greater Boston. She also serves on the CJP Israel and Global Jewry (IGJ) Shared Society Committee and co-chairs the CJP Hineni Volunteer Network. In addition, she has served in various roles on CJP’s Boston Haifa Connection (BHC), including co-chair of Parents at the Center, co-chair of BHC and co-chair of Israel and Overseas. Lastly, she formerly chaired the Board of Families First Parenting Programs and participated in CJP’s Cynthia and Leon Shuman Acharai Leadership Program. Leslie lives with her husband Ken in Newton and is the proud parent of two young adult daughters, Hannah and Bella.
Kristofer Wilson currently serves as a CJP Hineni Volunteer Network Co-Chair and a member of the CJP Young Adult Philanthropy Board. Kris began his involvement with CJP in the 2020-21 Dewy Stone Kadimah Leadership Development Program shortly after relocating to Boston in 2020. Kris serves as a member of the JCRC Council, the JFTGB Advisory Board, and the CJP Young Adult Community Impact Grants Committee. He also volunteers with the Jewish Labor Committee and Back on My Feet Boston. Before moving to Boston, Kris was involved with the Indianapolis JCRC and Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis. Kris works as a labor attorney and is passionate about creative, person-focused problem-solving. He also serves as a Judge Advocate General for the US Coast Guard Reserves. Kris holds a BA in Economics from the University of Evansville and a JD from St. Louis University. He lives in Jamaica Plain with his wife, Elizabeth, and their Aussiedoodle, Otis. He enjoys reading, history museums, traveling, and running.