Keshet’s Board of Directors is comprised of a dedicated team of community leaders who provide support and leadership to further Keshet’s mission. As we kick off another exciting year, we are pleased to welcome several new board members. Their addition to the board will help to better position the organization as a national leader in inclusion and their diverse views and expertise will further Keshet’s efforts.
Please join us as we welcome our newest members into these key leadership roles:
Jeremy Amster is a Long-Term Health Care Operator at Tower Hill Healthcare Center. He volunteers his time with a variety of Jewish institutions in and around Chicago. He is passionate about his childrens’ education and is thankful that Keshet provides his daughter with the ability to thrive in every aspect of her life. He looks forward to serving on the Keshet Board and helping to make a difference in the lives of many people. Jeremy and his wife, Rebecca, have five children. They reside in Chicago.
Estella Levin is Keshet’s Board Liaison. She lives in an apartment with 5 roommates and loves to paint (especially at GADOL). Estella is a sister, an aunt, and a great aunt. She loves to cook and visit all around Chicago. She looks forward to being an advocate for participants.
Mitchell Roth is an accomplished attorney with more than 20 years of experience advising entrepreneurs, owners, investors and C-suite executive at large public and privately held companies. Mitchell is also a long-time supporter of civic and charitable causes in the metropolitan Chicago area and beyond. He couldn’t be more excited to join Keshet’s Board and looks forward to serving the organization, the community, and the lives we touch.
Doug Winkelstein is Director of Learning and Development at BBYO. Doug also serves as a mentor for “College Mentoring Experience”, a Chicago based mentoring program for high school students and as an Associate Board Member for the ADL Midwest Region. Doug lives in Lakeview and enjoys exploring Chicago with his dog Herman and his husband Michael. He is excited to join the Keshet board to help support our mission of inclusion for all.
We’re looking forward to a wonderful year ahead.