The JFR’s Board of Trustees has been instrumental in the success of the Foundation. Under the leadership of Harvey Schulweis, JFR Chairman, and before him E. Robert Goodkind, the Board has become an active national group of business, civic, and lay leaders. Their energy and dedication make it possible for the Foundation to provide aid to so many and to educate future generations.
Secretary and Treasurer
Mark A. Goldsmith, Esq.
Rabbi Harold M. Schulweis z”l
E. Robert Goodkind, Esq.
Eugene M. Grant
Harris L. Kempner, Jr.
Executive Vice President
Stanlee J. Stahl
Stanlee J. Stahl has been the Executive Vice President of The Jewish Foundation for the Righteous since 1992. She earned her undergraduate degree in political science and history from Miami University in Ohio and has graduate degrees from the George Washington University in Washington, D.C., and New York University in New York City. Before joining the Foundation as its executive vice president, Stanlee establish Extra Helping, New Jersey's first prepared food transfer program. Prior to joining the JFR, Stanlee worked in the Department of Health and Human Services for twenty years. She also lived in Israel where she worked for Magen David Adom, Israel's Red Cross Society.
Dara Zadikow received a Bachelor of the Arts from Hampshire College in 2006, a Master of the Arts in Media Studies from The New School University in 2010, a Master of the Arts in Philosophy from the European Graduate School in 2010, and is pursuing her Doctorate in Philosophy of Communication at the European Graduate School in Switzerland. Dara joined the JFR in 2007 and is the Director of Development.
Magdalena Wrobel Bloom received her Master of the Arts in Modern History and Political Science from Ludwig Maximillian University, Munich, Germany. She also holds a Ph.D. in Jewish History from the same university. Magdalena was born in Poland and studied in Germany, Israel, and the United Kingdom. Magdalena joined the JFR in 2014 and is responsible for the JFR's Rescuer Support Program.