Gail Baer, Congregation Beth Israel’s current President, has been a member of CBI since moving to the Valley from her hometown of Washington, DC in 2005. In addition to her leadership role at CBI, Gail has served on the Board of Directors of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix
Jacki grew up in Phoenix and her family has been a part of the CBI community since 1971. Jacki went to religious and hebrew school at the Osborn location and was Bat Mitzvahed there. Jacki’s involvement with CBI grew as she had her own family. Over the last 20 years,
Jessica grew up as a member of Congregation Beth Israel (CBI), became a Bat Mitzvah and was confirmed at the Osborn Street location. She and her family have been active members of CBI since returning to Arizona in 2007. Jessica follows a long family tradition of serving the CBI community.
Julie Hymovitch grew up in Boston, Massachusetts and has been a resident of the Valley since 1996. Julie holds two Master’s Degrees – one in Clinical Psychology and a second in Business. She worked as an in-patient therapist, specializing in trauma and abuse, at The Meadows in Wickenburg, AZ for
Allison is married to Alan Kierman and they have two children, Bond and Felicity. Allison has been involved at Congregation Beth Israel and the Chanen Preschool for the last 6 years. She has served on the Preschool Committee and is currently serving on the Religious School Committee. In an effort
Originally from New York, Robin relocated to Scottsdale in 1991 with her husband Cliff. Robin grew up on Long Island, and lived in Manhattan for eight years after college. Robin & Cliff have been married for over 22 years and have two daughters, Elana and Alexa, both born in Scottsdale.
Carol received her BS degree in Special Education from Syracuse University, a Master’s in Education from Boston College and post graduate work at Western Michigan University. Throughout her early professional carrier, Carol worked as a specialist for the visually impaired as well as, Executive Director of the Paradise Valley Education