Jewish Federation Support
Ann-Louise Kleper, Vice Chairman of the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Chicago Board of Direc...
Hannah’s Award
JVS Chicago honored Hannah Marie Thompson (left), who writes social media content for
the River North Busin...
Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises
JVS Chicago’s Employer of the Year Award went to Lettuce Entertain You
Enterprises, whic...
Howard Katz
Howard Katz told the 2013 JVS Chicago Annual Meeting, “We look
forward to working with JVS for many years to c...
Richard’s farewell
Retiring from JVS Chicago for the second time, Richard Rotberg received
a special acknowledgment from t...
Parting gifts
Board President H. Debra Levin (left) gave JVS Chicago board Immediate
Past President Elaine Saphier Fox two...
Helping hands
Sergio Camarillo, recipient of the Robert B. Bloom Recognition and
Excellence Award, expresses his thanks to...
Winners
Honorees of the 2013 JVS Chicago Annual Meeting posed for a photo
after the meeting.
New CVO
Carolyn Jones, new Chief Vocational Officer of JVS Chicago, addresses the
annual meeting.
Sitron’s message
Howard Sitron, Executive Director of JVS Chicago, addresses the annual
meeting.
Rotberg Salute
Gifts and praise went to Richard Rotberg, former executive director of
JVS Chicago who recently retired for...
Antman honored
Richard Rotberg gave Sheila Antman, Senior Clerical Aide, her award for
service to JVS Chicago.
Janice Kaufman honored
Development Director Janice Kaufman and Richard Rotberg listen to the
nice things being said about ...
Rockin honored
Donna Rockin, director of the Duman Center for Entrepreneurship, was
among those honored for service to JVS...
Kathy Zook honored
Howard Sitron congratulated Kathy Zook, Communication
Assistant/Secretary, on her career at JVS Chicago.
Altman named Volunteer of the Year
Tom Altman, a retired IBM executive, received his award for JVS Chicago
Volunteer of th...
Elaine Schwartz Award Winners
Hope Heotis, Helene Levine and Bob Parkinson shared the honors for
‘innovations in program d...
Employee of the Year
Michele Ackerman, (right) Supervisor, Youth Services & Pharmacy
Technician Training Program, reads ku...
Time to Nosh
Staff and other guests enjoyed the post-meeting buffet. That’s honoree
Laurie Rosen, Executive Career Consult...
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2013 Annual Meeting held on Sept. 16 at the offices of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago.

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  1. 1. Jewish Federation Support Ann-Louise Kleper, Vice Chairman of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago Board of Directors, addressed the JVS Chicago annual meeting and illuminated the Federation’s support for the agency’s work.
  2. 2. Hannah’s Award JVS Chicago honored Hannah Marie Thompson (left), who writes social media content for the River North Business Association, as its Client of the Year. She delivered an emotionally charged acceptance speech and received a standing ovation after Senior Aide Maria Freytes (right) introduced her.
  3. 3. Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises JVS Chicago’s Employer of the Year Award went to Lettuce Entertain You Enterprises, which Hope Heotis (right) commended for the company’s outstanding work with deaf and hearing impaired workers. Howard Katz (left), President of LEYE’s Wildfire restaurant group, accepted the award.
  4. 4. Howard Katz Howard Katz told the 2013 JVS Chicago Annual Meeting, “We look forward to working with JVS for many years to come and hope to place many more people in our restaurants.” Christine Hill of LEYE (left) helped to coordinate Katz’s appearance.
  5. 5. Richard’s farewell Retiring from JVS Chicago for the second time, Richard Rotberg received a special acknowledgment from the board of directors.
  6. 6. Parting gifts Board President H. Debra Levin (left) gave JVS Chicago board Immediate Past President Elaine Saphier Fox two gifts -- one serious, and a symbolic bottle of glue just for fun. The two have been partners in the same law firm.
  7. 7. Helping hands Sergio Camarillo, recipient of the Robert B. Bloom Recognition and Excellence Award, expresses his thanks to the JVS Chicago 2013 annual meeting while Sign Language Interpreter Kevin Jackson looks on.
  8. 8. Winners Honorees of the 2013 JVS Chicago Annual Meeting posed for a photo after the meeting.
  9. 9. New CVO Carolyn Jones, new Chief Vocational Officer of JVS Chicago, addresses the annual meeting.
  10. 10. Sitron’s message Howard Sitron, Executive Director of JVS Chicago, addresses the annual meeting.
  11. 11. Rotberg Salute Gifts and praise went to Richard Rotberg, former executive director of JVS Chicago who recently retired for the second time.
  12. 12. Antman honored Richard Rotberg gave Sheila Antman, Senior Clerical Aide, her award for service to JVS Chicago.
  13. 13. Janice Kaufman honored Development Director Janice Kaufman and Richard Rotberg listen to the nice things being said about her.
  14. 14. Rockin honored Donna Rockin, director of the Duman Center for Entrepreneurship, was among those honored for service to JVS Chicago.
  15. 15. Kathy Zook honored Howard Sitron congratulated Kathy Zook, Communication Assistant/Secretary, on her career at JVS Chicago.
  16. 16. Altman named Volunteer of the Year Tom Altman, a retired IBM executive, received his award for JVS Chicago Volunteer of the Year.
  17. 17. Elaine Schwartz Award Winners Hope Heotis, Helene Levine and Bob Parkinson shared the honors for ‘innovations in program delivery.”
  18. 18. Employee of the Year Michele Ackerman, (right) Supervisor, Youth Services & Pharmacy Technician Training Program, reads kudos for the agency’s Employee of the Year Jamie Sandberg, Youth Employment Specialist.
  19. 19. Time to Nosh Staff and other guests enjoyed the post-meeting buffet. That’s honoree Laurie Rosen, Executive Career Consultant, in the foreground.
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