TO BENEFIT JEWISH FAMILY SERVICE
Professionally Choreographed Dance Competition - Dinner
How long have you lived in Cincinnati?
I’ve lived here 30 years. I am the son of the infamous Mrs. Woloshin, the art teacher at Rockwern Academy (Yavneh Day School). I attended and graduated from Yavneh Day School and then went on to attend Cincinnati Country Day School, where I was Homecoming King senior year and won the Iron Man Award for football. I also was a lead in 3 musicals (Grease, Anything Goes, and 7 Brides for 7 Brothers). I graduated Cum Laude from the University of Miami (FL), and was a regular on Sports Radio WVUM broadcasting for all sports. I came back to the Midwest and graduated from the University of Dayton, School of Law in 2009.
What is your profession?
I became licensed to practice Law in 2009 in Kentucky and joined the Dynamic Duo of Woloshin and Woloshin. We have a general practice in Northern Kentucky, and recently in 2017 I became licensed to practice in Ohio. I enjoy being a lawyer and love practicing with my dad.
What about your volunteer history?
In high school I regularly volunteered at the Henry Hosea Soup Kitchen and in college, I joined with my fraternity in multiple volunteer projects including Hurricanes Help the Hometown. I currently serve on the Caring Counsel for Planning and Allocations at the Jewish Federation and have been part of this committee since 2014.
I have also attended and graduated from the LEAD program through YAD Cincinnati and have recently become a YAD Ambassador for the foreseeable future, welcoming new Young Adults to the Community. I’ve taken part of Super Sunday for multiple years, and have enjoyed delivering food for the Passover Delivery Project for JFS last year.
What are your hobbies?
Sports of all sorts! I’m a huge Reds, Bengals, and FC Cincinnati Fan: I had the opportunity to attend the World Cup in 2014 and have been to hundreds of sports events all over the world. I am proud to say that I am currently leading my kickball team, the Matzah Ballers, in kickball domination. I just love to play sports and be active!
I also love socializing and being with my friends. I’m always up to attending concerts and musical festivals: love that live music! And travel, I love to travel and will be heading to Iceland, Scotland and Ireland in June 2018.
What’s your best dancing asset?
My smile and my charm.
What inspired you to dance for Jewish Family Service?
It took a few people to convince me, but ultimately it came down to being able to help raise money and awareness for a great and incredibly important organization.
What don't we know about you that would make someone want to support you?
I have been a proud member of the Cincinnati Jewish Community my entire life. I love Cincinnati, and love this community. I am deeply committed to my friends, family, and home town. Most importantly, I have an awesome beagle/English bulldog named Boss who will melt your heart.
What did your family say when you told them you were dancing?
My mom cheered when she found out! She is a HUGE Dancing With The Stars fan, and has been trying to get me to go to dance classes for years, so she’s pretty excited. As my mom’s birthday is November 3rd, this is the perfect gift to her! My dad and brother had a good laugh.
Michael Woloshin is raising money for Jewish Family Service of Cincinnati by competing in the 2018 Dancing with our Stars gala on November 3, 2018. Your support helps strengthen lives in times of need.
Jewish Family Service, a 501(c)3 non-profit agency, strengthens lives of people in times of need by providing social services that guide them along their road to stability, self-reliance, and personal growth.
Your support helps us promote stability and wellness to families experiencing hunger and mental illness; mentor youth toward reaching their highest potential in school and life; and assist older adults with the help they need to manage their independence and live the best quality life possible.
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