TO BENEFIT JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE
Professionally Choreographed Dance Competition - Dinner - Live Entertainment
Hosted by Local TV Personality Bob Herzog
Some supporters choose not to make their name public, but the names will be shared with Carrie
Tell us a little about yourself
I was raised in Dayton, and spent my college years in the South at the University of Georgia. I returned to Cincinnati for Graduate school at Xavier University, then became reacquainted with Ken, now my husband of 30 years. We have 3 children (Sari, Kyle and AJ) plus 1 (Ryan) who is Sari’s husband. They are all out of school and have thriving careers. You may be lucky enough to see Sari or Ryan about town as they reside in Cincy.
What is your profession?
Definitely not a DANCER but rather a Healthcare Administrator, mom, and for the last 10 years, a Preschool Teacher at the JCC Early Childhood as a second career.
What is your best dancing asset?
My greatest dance assets and inspiration are my daughters who trained and performed for 16 years, and even my son and husband who also love to dance.
What inspired you to dance for Jewish Family Service?
Besides being on the Board of Jewish Family Service many, many years ago, I believe in our Jewish agencies' responsibility for teaching the young and old, helping make families through adoption, and guiding our older adults.
What did your family say when you told them you were dancing?
Great cause to help raise money... but "SERIOUSLY Mom, you are going to dance on stage? Hope you are going to get some dance training!
Show your support for Jewish Family Service
year-round by wearing a Silk Bow Tie or long Scarf showcasing our logo!
Silk Bow Tie $57 Silk Long Scarf $57
The Bow Tie and Scarf were produced through a partnership with BowTie Cause, a fundraiser created by former Cincinnati Bengal Dhani Jones
Jewish Family Service provides professional social work services to strengthen people's lives throughout the entire lifespan, from birth through the end of life. We offer expert guidance and assistance in four areas: Domestic and International adoption; Education and Mentoring; Vital Services for people struggling with poverty and mental illness; and Aging and Caregiver Services.