Vice President, Community & Congregational Relations
An attorney, Ike Blachor (New York, NY) has been an active member of the American, New York State, and Nassau County Bar Associations, and is a past President of the Jewish Lawyers Association of Nassau County. He served as the Chair of the Committee on Professional Ethics of the Nassau County Bar Association and as a member of the New York State Bar Association Committee on Professional Responsibility. He is a past Chair of the Long Island Cabinet for State of Israel Bonds, and the founder of the Holocaust Memorial and Educational Center of Nassau County. For more than 30 years he served as a director and officer of the Hebrew Academy of Nassau County, and was Chairman of its Board of Directors for 10 years. Currently a Vice President of the Religious Zionists of America, Ike has been an elected delegate to the last seven World Zionist Congresses, and was the Chairman of the American delegation for his faction. He has been active in JNF since serving as National JNF Vice President for the American Zionist Youth Council in the early 1960s. He is a past President of JNF’s Long Island Board, served two terms as National Secretary, and is a Negev Society and Century Council member, and former Vice President, Israel Relations. In May 2014, Ike was honored by the Bar Association of Nassau County which recognized him for 50 years “of attainment of ...great distinction” in the practice of law. Isaac is the 2014 recipient of JNF’s Gould Legacy Society Heritage Award.