Franci Steinberg named Community Chest leader
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Franci Steinberg named Community Chest leader

Franci Steinberg speaks at the Community Chest’s 2022 gala. (Chris Marksbury)
Franci Steinberg speaks at the Community Chest’s 2022 gala. (Chris Marksbury)

Franci Steinberg has been named president of the board of managers of the Community Chest of Eastern Bergen County. Ms. Steinberg, who was a vice president, has been an active member of the Chest’s board of managers since 2014 and a member of the executive committee since 2018.

“We are excited to have Franci Steinberg move into the leadership role of president on the board of managers,” the group’s executive director, Dr. Shelly Wimpfheimer, said. “From her previous experiences serving on the organization’s marketing and communications committee, young women’s scholarship program, and the governance and events committees, as well as being involved with the allocations committee, she understands the organization’s mission and programs. During her term, we look forward to her bringing boundless energy to the board and our activities.”

As she left her career in system design and software technical support to raise her family, Ms. Steinberg became a graphic design artist, creating artwork for the causes for which she was involved. Ms. Steinberg, formerly of Tenafly, has supported and led several activities, including with communications and graphic design projects. She updated and maintained the organization’s website, designed and produced the printed communications, created media and electronic emails for events, and changed the allocations admissions’ online application process and other programs to online and digital formats.

Ms. Steinberg is the sisterhood treasurer and former president and board member at Temple Sinai of Bergen County. She also was the shul’s executive vice president and is active with the Jewish Federation of Northern New Jersey, as chair for the Center for Israel Engagement and as a member of its Women’s Philanthropy board. She also was active in the Tenafly public schools as president of the Smith School Home and School Association; she was active at Dwight Englewood Middle School as well.

For more information, go to www.thecommunitychestebc.org/ or call (201) 568-7474.

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