President, Women for Israel
Nina Paul (Cincinnati, OH) had a 30-year illustrious career in the jewelry world before selling her business, Nina Paul Jewelry Company, in 2007. She was president of Cincinnati’s largest Conservative synagogue, Adath Israel Congregation, sits on the boards of Yavneh/Rockwern Day School, the JCC, the Jewish Federation, and was very involved in Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, creating, with her husband Eddie, The Max Paul Brain Tumor Fund, which helps children with brain tumors and injuries reenter their schools and communities. Nina has been involved in JNF for more than 29 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. JNF’s first Campaign All-Star and a member of Makor, she has personally brought many new donors to JNF by engaging them in the Sapphire Society, Women for Israel, 31 Days in May, and the JNF Parson’s Water Fund. She was president of JNF in her area. Nina has 3 beautiful children: Lainey, who made Aliyah and is currently serving in the IDF, Max and Jake. She is a member of the Negev Society and Century Council.
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