Judith Kenter elected International Vice President of Women's League for Conservative JudaismPublished: Monday, November 8, 2010 7:00 am By: Betty Krulik
October 20, 2010
Judith Kenter, of Dobbs Ferry, NY, elected International Vice President of Women's League for Conservative Judaism, installation December 2010 in Baltimore, MD
If the mission of Women's league is "to strengthen and unite synagogue women's groups and their members, support them in mutual efforts to understand and perpetuate Conservative- Masorti Judaism in the home, synagogue and community, and reinforce their bonds with Israel and with Jews worldwide" then Judi was a member of Women's League since she was a teen.
Judi was active as a youth in the Conservative movement as President of United Synagogue Youth, an officer at sisterhood of Greenburgh Hebrew Center, a regional president of Sisterhood, on the Torah Fund cabinet, a Woman's League executive (as Recording Secretary) and on the finance, and long range planning committees.
Judi's elevation to an international vice-presidential position (she will have responsibility for programming) is a source of pride for the whole Greenburgh Hebrew Center, as well as her family, recognizing Judi's involvement in Women's League for more than 30 years.
Her husband, Barry A. Kenter (GHC's Rabbi) says "Judi has become deeply involved in because she is passionate about Judaism, the Jewish people, and the Conservative Movement." Judi is held in high regard by her Women's League peers and the movement. Her advice is sought and she has been placed on significant committees -- including long-range planning, synagogue sustainability, the movement collaboration committee.