Newsmaker: Andrea Kline Glickman
Noteworthy: The Pittsburgh Section of the National Council of Jewish Women has appointed Glickman as its executive director. Founded in 1894, the council is a social service and advocacy group focused on improving the lives of women, children and families and safeguarding individual rights and freedoms. The Pittsburgh Section has about 1,300 members and operates several programs including the children's waiting rooms in the county's court buildings.
Residence: Point Breeze.
Family: Husband, David; children Rebecca, 12, and Luke, 7.
Education: Glickman has a law degree from the University of Pittsburgh and is a certified public accountant with a bachelor's degree in economics from the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania.
Background: Glickman was development director for City Theatre Company and corporate development manager for the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.
Quote: “We are engaged and involved in many activities and programs that support the rights of women, children and families in our community.”
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