Adrienne Goldberg founded the 8th Night of Chanukah Project, a campaign to share the value of Jewish philanthropy with young children. She has been an active leader and volunteer for well over 30 years, both within and beyond the Cleveland Jewish community.
An active member of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland, Adrienne is a Lion co-chair, and she became a LOJE in 2013. She is the Women’s Philanthropic Initiative representative on the Federation’s Board of Trustees. She also sits on the Federation Legacy and Development Committees. Other philanthropic interests include serving on the board of Menorah Park, a Center for Senior Living, where she sits on the Brain Health Committee, and the Women’s Board of the Cleveland Museum of Art. She has spearheaded myriad activities, events and fundraisers throughout the Cleveland community, including a Mitzvah Day for over a thousand people, a fine craft festival, an Israeli Film Festival, and her passion project, the 8th Night of Chanukah.
Adrienne has a Master’s Degree in Social Work from Case Western Reserve University.
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