Martin Sklar

Martin Sklar is an activist and supporter of Israel and several Jewish organizations including AFDMA, CAMERA, CUFI, IDF, IFCJ among others.  Martin was the President of B’nai B’rith Technology Unit. He is an inventor and successful entrepreneur in the medical device industry.  He founded AblaCor™ Medical Corporation to develop an innovative ablation catheter that Is designed to advance […]

Jeffrey Kraines

Jeffrey Kraines, M.D. has been a senior healthcare executive in the managed care, pharma/biotech, consulting, and product innovation industries in addition to his clinical experience practicing internal medicine and rheumatology. He holds degrees from Wesleyan University and the University of Chicago, Pritzker School of Medicine. Dr. Kraines is President of the William P. Goldman & […]

George Flesh

George Flesh, M.D. served as president of Westwood Village Synagogue in Los Angeles and former vice chair of Doctors Division of United Jewish Appeal in Los Angeles. He was chief of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery for Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates for 21 years. He is emeritus clinical assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology […]

Carol Denbo

Carol Denbo is an educator and social activist. She worked in corporate sales in the legal publishing business. She founded her own business — teaching English as a second language to foreign employees. Carol also tutored in English to school children in Haifa, Israel. Ms. Denbo is a graduate of the MacDonald’s Teacher College of […]

Charles Jacobs

Dr. Charles Jacobs is a Jewish human rights activist and a journalist. He co-founded the Boston branch of CAMERA (the Committee for Accuracy in Middle East Reporting in America), the American Anti-Slavery Group, The David Project, and Americans for Peace and Tolerance. Charles helped redeem African slaves from bondage in Sudan for which he received the Boston Freedom Award from Coretta Scott […]

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