• Dinner Co-Chairs Gabrielle Schpilberg and Jael Toledo
  • Journal Chair Susie Goldberg
  • The Chair of the Children's Art Project Lesli K Ross


  • Avivit Ben-Aharon
  • Shelly & Dr. Barry Cutler
  • Denise Fiske
  • Frida & Israel Getzel
  • Eileen Ginzburg
  • Fayanne Kuttler
  • Ariela Mars
  • Michelle Ohev-Zion
  • Sharon Redensky
  • Geri Riskin
  • Dr. Hili Scheck
  • Liza Schwarzberg
  • Natalie and Jordan Weinkle
Dawn & Jordan Rosenhaus

Dawn and Jordan were both born and raised in New York, which is also where they met. Dawn graduated from The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) and then went to work as a designer at Burberry in NYC.  Jordan holds degrees from Columbia University and MIT and is the Chairman of a property technology business based in London.

Dawn and Jordan arrived in South Florida 5 years ago along with their 3 beautiful children, Colette Victoria age 13, Irving Hercz age 11, and Chantal Theresa age 10. Shortly after Colette was enrolled in Kesher and Irving and Chantal in the Nativ program at Scheck Hillel Community School, they became involved and active supporters of  Kesher. Jordan currently sits on our Board of Directors, and Dawn has taken a personal interest in Kesher’s fundraising events, about which she is very passionate.

Their family comes first, and they are both very hands on parents involved in every aspect of their children’s lives.  They support Chabad and are Patrons for Kesher’s Scholarship program.

Thabatta and Igal Mizrahi

A graduate of the University of Miami, Thabatta Mizrahi earned bachelor’s degrees in both Psychology and Special Education. Her passion for special education led to a master’s degree at New York University in the same field. She has served in various roles in the educational field, including international educational consultant for 6 years and established various programs in South Florida and South America, while continuing to serve on advisory boards for organizations that value special needs in our community. Igal Mizrahi is a graduate of Florida International University with a bachelor’s degree in Information Technology. Igal paired technology with visual arts and found this to be his medium for artistic expression. He owns an international cinematography company, and travels the world to create films for a variety of events, institutions and purposes. Thabatta was employed by Kesher 15 years ago, however her relationship with the school began even earlier, as her sister was a student at Kesher starting in 1997. Returning to Kesher six years ago as Associate Head of School, she has played an integral role in advancing curriculum, professional development, establishing a leadership team and creating a digital footprint for the organization.

While neither Thabatta nor Igal are native to Florida, from Brazil and Venezuela respectively, Miami is where they both call home. They are active members and volunteers for their children’s school, Scheck Hillel, their synagogue, Beth Torah, their JCC and The Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Thabatta and Igal believe in living a life filled with family time, community service, and dedication to continuous learning. They combine their passions through shared projects such as their favorite: conveying the message of Kesher using video artistry. They hope that their multiple projects teach their children, Thaily and Taylor, to follow their own dreams, stand for ideals and causes they are proud of and believe in, and work hard to learn, grow and engage in Tikun Olam.

2018 Volunteer Award Recipients

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    Alyssa Goldberg is a proud Scheck Hillel Community School and Kesher ICS graduate. During high school, she was an ambassador for the National Art Honor Society. She volunteered for a winter camp with Friendship Circle and had a blast with the kids. Post graduation, she works at Hillel as an assistant to a student who is in the fourth grade. In her free time, she helps out with the JCC Theater as a stage manager. She has spent countless hours volunteering with Chai Lifeline and delivering food to various hospitals. In addition, Alyssa worked with the Miami Marathon for Team Lifeline. As a Yachad adviser, Alyssa is a mentor to children and adults with special needs. She also plans and coordinates monthly events with the group. Alyssa is the assistant to the logistics coordinator for the National Council Of Synagogue Youth (NCSY). In addition, Alyssa has been volunteering at Kesher both with the students, and assisting in the office. She has become an integral part of the team helping to prepare for our annual Holiday Boutique and Ad Journal Dinner and has been assisting at both events for the past four years. She really enjoys spending time with all the Kesher students, and she looks forward to many more years of volunteering for all these organizations whose work is so important to her. 

    Alyssa Goldberg

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    Eric Getzel is an 11th grader at Scheck Hillel Community School, which he has attended since PK2. Being a great athlete, Eric has been on the school’s varsity football team since 9th grade, and on the volleyball team since 10th grade. He is an active participant in a variety of clubs on campus and is the president of Jewish Community Leadership Team (JCLT) at Scheck Hillel. He is also a madrich at the JCC for 3rd grade girls. These two leadership positions have helped Eric become passionate about helping others. The most prideful experience that Eric participates in is Best Buddies. Since freshman year, Eric has involved himself in this organization, increasing his role each year. Now in his junior year, other group members look up to Eric for support in helping the Best Buddies members. Eric looks forward to his future at Scheck Hillel and beyond, knowing that these experiences have molded a bright path ahead.

    Eric Getzel

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    Sara Rok Moskovitz is a Junior at Scheck Hillel Community Day School, which she has attended since PK4. Sara played on the varsity volleyball team in her freshman year, but her real love is dance. Sara has participated in Rikudim and other forms of dance since she was 4 years old and is currently an assistant dance instructor for the 2nd graders. Throughout her years at Scheck Hillel, Sara has been an active member of many clubs. Sara also spends much of her time helping charitable organizations outside of school. She has volunteered each year at the Special Olympics, has helped the Kosher Food Bank and just recently led a drive for Hurricane Irma victims and helped send truckloads of supplies to the Florida Keys and Puerto Rico. Sara found a special place in her heart for the students at Kesher. Even before her involvement in Best Buddies, Sara made it a point to spend quality time with the students during clubs, lunchtime, and school-sponsored activities. As part of Best Buddies, Sara has been able to expand her involvement and truly make a difference in the lives of these students. Sara looks forward to growing her friendships, and is proud that she is able to be a part of this amazing program.

    Sara Moskovitz

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Kesher’s Annual Scholarship Journal Dinner is our biggest and most important fundraising event of the year. Honorees are chosen from our community and school and are recognized  for their commitment and philanthropy to Kesher.  Additionally, we award volunteers who have devoted their time at Kesher. Our dinner never disappoints, and is known throughout the community to be a wonderful & enjoyable evening. The event begins with a full cocktail hour, followed by a sit down dinner & program.