After retiring, he worked for 12 years as the New England regional consultant for the Council of Jewish Federations in New York City.
What does CJF stand for?
CJF stands for Council of Jewish Federations
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We have 21 other meanings of CJF in our Acronym Attic
- Cape Jewellery Fair (South Africa)
- Cercle Jules Ferry (French sports club)
- Certified Journeyman Farrier (American Farriers Association)
- Channel Journal File
- Chantiers de la Jeunesse Française (French youth camps)
- Clan Jade Falcon (gaming clan)
- Clearjet Filter
- Club des Jeunes Financiers (French: Young Financial Club)
- Coherent Joint Fires
- Copenhagen Jazz Festival (Copenhagen, Denmark)
- Crail-Johnson Foundation (San Pedro, CA)
- Canada-Japan Friendship Association (est. 1948)
- Centre Juridique Franco Allemand (French: Legal Center Franco-German; Saarland University; Saarbrucken, Germany)
- Combined Joint Forces Air Component Command
- Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (was JFRBC until 1980)
- Continental Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science (Nigeria)
- Collingham Junior Football Club (UK)
- Combined Joint Force Component
- Central Jersey Federal Credit Union (Woodbridge/South Plainfield, NJ)
- Criminal Justice Facilities Development Department (Maricopa County, AZ)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He fails, however, to understand that by the 1980s the Council of Jewish Federations (CJF), rather than the NCSJ and the Israelis, set policy on Soviet Jewry for the American Jewish establishment.
A guest lecturer and author, Johnson is a past consultant for several organizations, including the YWCA, Council of Jewish Federations, the NAACP and the National Fellowship Program of the Kellogg Foundation.
Also active in the former Council of Jewish Federations, Wexler was chairman of its Task Force on Poverty and Low Income, Planning and Research Department Steering Committee; President's Mission; Campaign Budget and Finance Committee; Marketing Committee; and Task Force on Equitable Collective Responsibility.
She leaves her husband, Melvin, who was the former executive director of the Worcester Jewish Federation and the New York and New England regional consultant for the Council of Jewish Federations in New York City; a sister, Esther, of Phoenix, Az.
The American Jewish establishment, led by the Council of Jewish Federations and supported by the leadership of the local federations, resisted Israeli pressure and rejected an Israeli proposal to stop aiding Jewish emigres who resettled in the United States.
United Jewish Communities (UJC), formed from the merger of United Jewish Appeal, the Council of Jewish Federations and United Israel Appeal, is the dominant fundraising arm for North American Jewry, and represents 189 Jewish Federations and 400 independent communities across the continent.
The program, Birthright Israel, is expected to cost $300 million over five years and to be financed by a group of major Jewish donors from North America, the Council of Jewish Federations and the Israeli government.