Are you interested in serving as a part of our temple leadership?

The Nominating Committee is now seeking qualified volunteers to join the Board of Trustees for the 2021-2022 Fiscal Year.

Please send in the name(s) of any members that you feel would be a great addition to the board and temple leadership. Please be sure to include name, phone/e-mail contact information, and if known, some background information about interests, special skills, strengths. A questionnaire is available to print/download below.

Contact: Rachel Fabricant, Nominating Committee Chair This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

What exactly is the Temple Israel Board of Trustees?
The Board of Trustees is comprised of the Executive Committee (Officers), elected Board Members at large (Board Members), all Past Presidents, leadership of auxiliary organizations, and Honorary Trustees, all of whom must be members of the Congregation. A term of office for all Board Members and Officers shall be two years (staggered).

What is expected?
Members of the Board of Trustees hold a fiduciary responsibility to the Temple to conduct and administer the affairs of the Congregation. Membership on the Board of Trustees is a leadership position of honor, responsibility, and obligation. Leaders are role models who exemplify Jewish values, support the mission of the Temple, are visible in congregational activities, attend monthly meetings, and serve on at least one committee.

What qualifications are needed?*
To serve as an elected Board Member, one must be Jewish, have been an active congregational member for at least two years.

To serve as an Officer, one must be Jewish and have served as a Board Member for at least one year.

  • Membership requirements outlined above may be exempted by the Nominating Committee in recognition of leadership or professional experiences.