JHF Board Member Ellen Kessler Receives Squirrel Hill Treasure Award

Ellen Kessler received a Squirrel Hill Treasure recognition at the annual celebration for the Squirrel Hill Urban Coalition on November 8. The award honors those who have made a great impact on Squirrel Hill and the city at large.

Kessler has served on the Board of Trustees for the Jewish Healthcare Foundation for eight years and has been a valuable contributor. She is the current chair of JHF's distribution committee and has been an active member of JHF's Senior Residential Living Full Court Press Team, a group that worked to address the crisis within long-term care. She also currently serves as the secretary for the Board of Trustees.

Kessler has dedicated her adult life to being an active community volunteer and leader. She is also a life Trustee of the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh and a member of the Carnegie Museum Art Advisory Board, where she recently services six years as Board Chair. She has served on the boards of several organizations, including the Winchester Thurston School, The Children's Institute, Steeltown Entertainment, the Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh, and the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh.

Read more about Kessler and other award winners here. 

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