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Nina Paul

Makor MemberNina

Nina Paul has been involved in JNF for more than 25 years. One of the first members of The Sapphire Society, JNF's women's major gifts division,she helped create one of the largest regional groups in the country. Recently named JNF's first "Campaign All-Star", she has personally brought many new donors to JNF by engaging them in the Sapphire Society, the Women's Campaign, 31 Days in May and the JNF Parson's Water Fund. A past Southern Ohio Regional President, A National Board of Trustees member and a member of the Israel Relations Committee, she also chairs the Manual D. and Rhoda Mayerson Inclusive Parks Project, which is creating and redesigning all of the parks in Israel to be inclusive for people with and without disabilities. Nina is also involved in the greater Cincinnati community.She has and is serving in various leadership positions with the Jewish Federation, The Jewish Foundation, Rockwern Academy,ReelAbilities: Disabilities Film Festival, and is past president of Adath Israel Congregation, the largest conservative congregation in Cincinnati. In addition she has worked with the Hamilton County Development Disabilities Service, Cincinnati Children's Hospital, and supports many other worthy organizations.

Nina had an illustrious 30 year career as an entrepreneur in the jewelry world, ending with the sale of her fine jewelry retail store, Nina Paul Jewelry Company, in 2007. She, along with her husband Edward, were the recent Tree of Life honorees in Cincinnati. The dinner was in conjunction with the National Conference for the first time ever.

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