President, Women for Israel
Nina Paul (Cincinnati, OH) had a 30-year illustrious career in her jewelry business and has been actively involved in JNF for more than three decades, helping to create one of the largest Sapphire Society groups in the country. Nina is a past President of JNF’s Ohio Valley board and serves on the Board of Governors of Aleh Negev. She is a member of Makor and JNF’s Task Force on Disabilities. She and husband Eddie created the Max Paul Brain Tumor Program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital and established The Max Paul Garden of Peace at Rockwern Academy, a Jewish day school. Nina is a past president of Adath Israel, Cincinnati's largest Conservative synagogue. She has three children, Lainey, who made Aliyah five years ago and serves in the IDF and will soon be married; Jake, a senior at UC; Max (z'l), and three stepchildren and three grandchildren. Nina is a member of the Negev Society and Century Council.