Few people have left a legacy at United Hebrew like Michael Rozen. He was one of our greatest champions and he dedicated countless volunteer hours to further our mission. He helped make possible access to expert and compassionate care for thousands of people, no matter their age or stage in life. When we lost Michael last year, we lost a principled leader and a treasured friend.
We are so pleased to announce that Rosemary McLaughlin has been named as the chair of our board of directors. She is the first woman chair to hold the position in our 100+ year history.
Motivation, a strong work ethic, the support of your co-workers, and a love of cooking: These ingredients are the secret sauce behind Chef Jahmal Guinyard’s 16-year career at United Hebrew.
Christine Sanders was appointed as Administrator of United Hebrew’s skilled nursing facility in March. As the youngest Administrator in our 100-year history, she ably steered our nursing home through the onset of the COVID crisis.
United Hebrew is committed to supporting seniors and their families, even in these most challenging times.
To fill the void left by family members visits, United Hebrew’s recreation team has initiated virtual visits via FaceTime and Skype.
Whether attending to a medical emergency, responding to a fire call, or teaching seniors how to avoid scams, New Rochelle’s first responders show bravery, dedication, and sacrifice on a daily basis. We showed our appreciation.
Rita Mabli is a recipient of the McKnight’s Women of Distinction Award and the Iona College Women of Achievement Award, which recognize her achievements in her career and community.
United Hebrew’s chef made his family’s sauerbraten recipe for a resident, who remembered it as the last meal she had before leaving Germany as a young girl.
Supporting women in college and the workplace comes naturally to Rita Mabli, who has always aimed to “pay it forward.”