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Advisory Groups & Task Forces

Advisory Groups are comprised of temple members who play a critical role in the creation and development of temple policies and programs that benefit the health and longevity of the congregation. Advisory group members often bring specific expertise and experience related to a defined area. Any member in good standing is eligible to be nominated to join. Nominees must be approved by the Board of Trustees.

Task Forces are convened for project-specific tasks utilizing the combined expertise of staff, lay leaders and congregants.

Members in good standing who are interested in starting on the leadership path at Temple Beth El should contact Elinor Josephson at [email protected]

Advisory Groups

Leadership Development and Governance

Supports our temple’s leadership development and initiatives of current and future leaders and acts as the Nominating Advisory Group for the Board of Trustees and Leadership Council. This advisory group is chaired by the Vice President of Leadership Development and Governance.

Finance
Advisory Group

Identifies and makes suggestions on how to manage the Congregation’s finances, budget and investments. This advisory group is chaired by the Vice President of Finance

Investment
Advisory Group

Supports and makes recommendations of the Congregation’s investments and portfolio management. This advisory group is chaired by the Vice President of Finance.

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Development
Advisory Group

Helps create and establish yearly fundraising opportunities for the Congregation. This advisory group is chaired by the Vice President of Development.

Education
Advisory Group

Identifies and establishes youth activities and educational programs for the religious school students and families. This advisory group is chaired by the Vice President of Education.

Mausoleum
Advisory Group

Collaborates on ideas that enhance the advancement and management of the mausoleum. This advisory group is chaired by Vice President of Mausoleum.

Task Forces

Task Forces are convened for project-specific tasks utilizing the combined expertise of staff, lay leaders and congregants.