Jewish Family Service Today

Linda P. FosterFor an interview with the new CEO at JFS, Linda Foster, in the Intermountain Jewish News, see “Jewish Family Service today,” by Rabbi Hillel Goldberg, editor and publisher, July 12, 2019:

“If we include its predecessors, Jewish Family Service of Colorado is the oldest Jewish community organization in Colorado. One would think that by now everyone knows what it does. But because much of what it does entails client confidentiality, there is a certain curtain. No doubt, this changed as JFS acquired its own headquarters, but because JFS still protects privacy, I sat down with its new CEO, Linda Foster, to explore JFS today.”

To access the full interview, visit:  http://www.ijn.com/jewish-family-service-today/

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