Vice Chair of the JNF-Parsons Water Fund and New England Sapphire Society President
Amy serves as Vice Chair of the JNF-Parsons Water Fund, a ten year, $100 million dollar plan which focuses on creating new water resources, as well as preserving and improving existing ones in Israel. The Fund was named in memory of her late husband, Natan, who holds over 100 worldwide patents including motion sensor operated bathroom faucets & toilets.
Colonel (Res.) Sharon Davidovich, Former National Director of JNF-Parsons Water Fund, describes Amy as “a truly amazing leader who shares her energy and generosity without hesitation. She understands cutting-edge water technology, and is driven to see Israel’s supply of high quality water increase by over 440 billion gallons by 2020.”
Amy is a Century Club and Executive Board member and serves as President of the New England Sapphire Society, JNF’s women’s major gift division empowering women to strengthen the Jewish homeland.
National Campaign Director, Sharon Freedman shares, "Amy is one of the most passionate, dedicated and committed individuals. She truly loves to engage and inspire and her generosity is unparalleled. We are so blessed to have her as a part of our JNF Family."
Amy lives in Brookline and has two adult daughters, Michelle and Ariella.
Captions counter clockwise from top:
1. Amy Parsons
2. Amy Parsons and her husband Natan z"l
3. Ellen Rosenberg, Pat Blank, Amy Parsons, Roberta Greenberg and Sharon Freedman at a Sapphire Society event
4. Todd Patkin, Colonel (res.) Sharon Davidovich, Amy Parsons, JNF CEO Russell Robinson and Jeffrey Davis
5. Jeffrey Davis, Lawrence Cohen, Cleve Killingsworth, Natan Parsons z"l and Amy Parsons at a JNF Tree of Life dinner.