Your schedule changes...you have a free day...company cancels. Take a second look at March Study Groups to see if there is something you did not previously register for and might want to do now! Call or email the Registrar or if this is last minute, just show up! You can attend one session before … [Read More...]
On Friday, March 7 at 11: 30 am., there will be a reception for new and prospective members of Brandeis National Committee of Sarasota immediately following the general meeting. Men and women are invited to attend the meeting and brief reception and take advantage of a new member only 15- month … [Read More...]
The Brandeis National Committee (BNC) of Sarasota will hold a General Meeting on the Jewish Federation Campus at 580 McIntosh Road, Sarasota. The event begins at 10:30 a.m. and is free and open to the public. Richard Russell, Executive Director of the Sarasota Opera will speak about the … [Read More...]
Nearly 90 people attended the Brandeis National Committee's Book and Author Luncheon, which was held on Sunday, February 9, 2014 at Michael's on East. The speaker at the event was Paul Green who discussed his book "Forgotten Hostages: A Personal Account of Washington's First Major Terror … [Read More...]
Mike was born in Detroit, Michigan and graduated from Wayne State University. He is married to Judy and they have a son, Jon. For 17 years, Mike worked for Mobil Chemical’s plastic division in various management positions. Leaving Mobil, he went into business for himself, helping companies grow their sales. Since retiring, he serves on many non-profit boards in both Michigan and Florida. Mike loves good films and leads film discussion classes in Michigan and at Lifelong Learning in Sarasota. For leisure, he plays golf (when his back allows it), works on film festivals, reads mystery novels, and attends jazz concerts, theatre and films. His great pleasure is spending quality time with family and friends.
Originating in Detroit, Michigan, Judy attended Wayne State University for her Bachelor and Master Degrees. In 1992 she received her Doctorate from Walden University. Her area of expertise is teaching adults with special needs. She worked for many years in teaching, transition services and advocacy for individuals with learning disabilities and psychiatric disabilities. She has been married to Michael for 48 years and they have a son, Jon. Her passion is advocacy for individuals with special needs. Her insight and commitment to this population have taught her the importance of working for causes beyond ones self.