CJP’s 2023 Superstars


Every year, CJP recognizes volunteers who make a positive impact in our community. Meet the individuals who are raising more money, engaging more people, and driving innovation through CJP.

A CJP Superstar:

  • ADVOCATES for our community; talks about CJP and how we help people in Greater Boston, Israel, and overseas
  • CONNECTS others to our work; leverages social, professional, and personal networks while educating peers and starting conversations about CJP
  • SUPPORTS CJP by securing new and increased gifts and by getting gift commitments in early
  • BUILDS our community by participating in important decisions
  • ENGAGES people in our work; brings others to events and community activities

This month's honorees

Amanda Goodman

Amanda served as the chairperson of CJP’s recent Families with Young Children Task Force and will continue as a member of the newly forming Families with Young Children Advisory Committee. Amanda is passionate about the work of families with young children, as a parent of three children and as an early education professional.


Molly Shuman, Zach Goldberger, and Danielle Greenberg (as a group)

Zach, Molly, and Danielle, served as CJP's three Chai Society Committee co-chairs last year, and Zach and Molly have continued their leadership into their second year. All three of them have proven themselves to be the true embodiment of CJP Superstars as shining examples of the next generation's commitment to our community.


Erin O’Connor

Erin O'Connor has dedicated over five years with the Boston-Haifa Connection's Leadership Development Committee. Erin has consistently demonstrated initiative and leadership, particularly as chair of the Women in Leadership subcommittee, where she has helped organize and execute numerous Mifgash (encounters) events for emerging leaders in both Boston and Haifa.