Meet our Trustees
Our trustees are supported by a large team of volunteers- if you would like to volunteer or join the trustee board please let us know.
Sam Clifford- Chair
Sam has spent her professional life working in the Jewish community in a variety of organisations including Jewish Care, UJIA, Lead and the Jewish Museum. She believes passionately in gender equality. She is currently Executive Director of Finchley Reform Synagogue.
Sue is a consultant in charity governance. Until 2004 she was CEO of a group of Citizens Advice Bureaux. Until June 2020 she was Honorary Secretary on the board of Reform Judaism. She is an expert in charity governance, the work of trustees, and working with trustees and their staff.
Rabbi Rose Prevezer
Rose is Head of Community Programming at JW3. Before returning to the UK she spent a decade in Los Angeles where was the director of NuRoots for the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles.
Juliet’s background is in event production, advertising and marketing. She has worked with blue-chip clients around the world. Juliet was the Creative Director at the JCC for London (now JW3) prior to founding Piece of Cake. She is a member of the Book Council for London’s Jewish Book Week and volunteers for Ministry of Stories and at a monthly drop in centre for refugees and asylum seekers.
Jonny is Chief Investment Officer for NCL Technology Ventures. He has worked in venture for over 20 years as both an entrepreneur and an investor.
Danielle is the Membership Engagement Manager at West London Synagogue. Having worked in the Jewish world both voluntarily and professionally since the age of 14, she is passionate about pastoral needs for young people, safeguarding and young adult engagement in Jewish spaces. She previously worked for Moishe House, gaining a great understanding of young Jewish adult life around the world.
Rabbi Miriam Berger
Miriam’s 14 years in the rabbinate has seen her double the size of her community and make Finchley Reform a flagship synagogue of the Reform Movement. Her creativity and innovation has led to pioneering endeavours in education, services and pastoral work as well as hitting the headlines throughout the pandemic with novel ways of engaging her community whilst keeping them safe.
Charity Number: 1183111 (registered as the Mikveh Project UK)
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