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Sue Levine

Sue Levine is a psychotherapist in private practice. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin (B.A.) and Rutgers University (M.S.W.), Levine is a member of the National Council of Jewish Women and Hadassah. She has been an active volunteer for Meals on Wheels, Women Helping Women, and Planned Parenthood.

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Pearl Willen

Pearl Willen was a twentieth-century social and human welfare activist and communal leader with a love for Jewish heritage. She had a lifelong record of service for such causes as civil rights, women’s rights, and the rights of workers.

Rose Kohler

Rose Kohler was a multitalented woman who was known as an accomplished painter and sculptor. She was a teacher in, and later the chair of, the National Council of Jewish Women’s religious schools in Cincinnati, Ohio, and wrote many articles on art and religion.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Sue Levine." (Viewed on October 1, 2023) <>.


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