Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility
Home / Profile / Jennie Schaff ready to be changemaker for Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation (access required)

Jennie Schaff ready to be changemaker for Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation (access required)

When changing jobs, it is not unusual for some people to take time in between to regroup and prepare for the next challenge. That thinking does not apply to Jennie Schaff.  Schaff will join the Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation on Jan. 1 as the organization’s CEO, almost immediately after her final day as president and CEO of Jewish Family Services, a role in which she served for over three years.  “I’m ...
x

Check Also

So much more than a store: Growth of Goodwill & employees at heart of it all (access required)

This year has been exciting for us at Goodwill of the Finger Lakes. We’ve seen a significant trajectory of growth ...

NextCorps’ Embark Accelerator positions Rochester as no-code software development hub (access required)

In its first year, Nextcorps’ Embark — a business accelerator program that fosters the startup of viable software companies — ...

Best Places to Work For DEI honorees announced (access required)

The Rochester Business Journal has announced the honorees for the inaugural Best Places to Work For DEI awards. This regional ...

Rochester gear shop hosts high school machining students   (access required)

Rochester Gear Inc. recently hosted an afternoon tour for a group of area high school machining students at its Norman ...

Community Design Center recognizes top projects (access required)

Motion Junction Inclusive Playground in Canandaigua and 1007 Monroe Avenue Restoration and the Rundel Library Terrace Renovation were design projects ...