Biennial Brunch

JBBBS Brunch Inv 2015 WeJewish Big Brothers Big Sisters is proud to honor Susan Gotshalk, our Vice President of Development, for her 36 years of hard work and dedication. During her career, Susan has held virtually every position possible within this agency. No one has worked harder, no one knows more about how we work, and from whom we get support, and no one is more beloved. Over the course of her career, Susan has impacted the lives of many thousands of children in need and adults with disabilities. From pioneering our college scholarship campaign, to assuming a leadership role with the Rodman Ride for Kids, to mentoring staff and board, Susan may be retiring but, unquestionably, her legacy here continuesb ArtEvery other year, Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters holds a festive Sunday brunch. It’s an opportunity to bring together our community for a morning of connecting, storytelling and yummy food. Often, we take this opportunity to honor a member of our community who’s life or work has impacted us in important ways.

Our last such brunch, held in 2015, honored retiring JBBBS Vice President of Development, Susan Gotshalk, for her 36 years of dedication to the agency.