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Organizations and Institutions

Roselle Ungar

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Roselle Ungar, executive director of Jewish Family Service of Greater New Orleans.
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Roselle Ungar, executive director of Jewish Family Service of Greater New Orleans.

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Sara Stone

Sara Stone helped New Orleans weather hard times from the Great Depression through Hurricane Katrina.

Sara Stone, 2012

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Philanthropist Sara Stone in 2012.
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Philanthropist Sara Stone in 2012.

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Donna Sternberg

A passionate supporter of Israel with decades of experience in fundraising for others, Donna Sternberg helped raise almost half a million dollars in aid to help her own community recover from Hurricane Katrina.

Donna Sternberg

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Photo of Donna Sternberg.

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Photo of Donna Sternberg.

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Madalyn Schenk

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Madalyn Schenk.
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Madalyn Schenk.

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Julie Wise Oreck

Both before Hurricane Katrina and during the long process of rebuilding New Orleans, Julie Wise Oreck has struck a balance between leading national Jewish institutions and focusing on organizations closer to home.

Julie Wise Oreck, cropped

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Julie Wise Oreck.
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Julie Wise Oreck.

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Julie Wise Oreck

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Julie Wise Oreck.
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Julie Wise Oreck.

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Sandy Levy

Sandy Levy’s lifetime of experience in New Orleans as a fundraiser and a preservationist made her uniquely suited to help survivors of Katrina rebuild their lives and their homes.

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