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Elizabeth Friedman

Elizabeth Friedman

Board of Directors

For more than 20 years, Elizabeth Friedman has provided leadership and strategic support to community organizations focused on public and mental health, foster youth, Jewish organizations and underserved populations.

Elizabeth brings extensive experience in community outreach, board and leadership development and strategic partnerships. She is the Immediate Past Board Chair of Ready to Succeed, where she continues to serve on the board. She is also an active Board Member of the Collins Katz Family Y. She is a past Board Chair of the Everychild Foundation Grants Screening Board, where she is also a longtime member. She was awarded the Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters Inspiration Award, and is active at Temple Isaiah.

After earning her BA from Wellesley College, Elizabeth obtained her Master of Public Health from Columbia University. She and her husband Glen live in Los Angeles and have two sons.

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