CJP’s 2020 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


Phyllis Brick

Phyllis Brick, a former Campaign Chair for Women’s Philanthropy, has been one of CJP’s most reliable campaigners for more than 40 years. The matriarch of a very active family, Phyllis shares her enthusiasm for CJP and our Jewish community with both family and friends. More...
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Abby Fierman

Abby has been a loyal, generous supporter and ambassador of CJP for several years. Beginning with the Downtown Initiative and Families with Young Children, Abby and her family have been true next-gen leaders for almost 10 years. More...

Dr. Jonathan Sarna

As Chair of the CJP Jewish Journalism Task Force, Dr. Jonathan Sarna, Professor of American Jewish history at Brandeis, brought his expertise, academic approach, and creativity to lead an incredibly engaged and thoughtful group of volunteers. Jonathan asked challenging questions and engaged CJP in a new way of thinking through research and analysis. More...