At JFSA’s Annual Meeting held on November 29th, Sid Good was elected a Life Director and Michael Weiner was presented with the Norman J. Danzig Memorial Award.

Although Sid began his formal association with JFSA in 1996, his family has been active with the agency for over 60 years. Sid’s grandmother, Anne Miller, served as JFSA’s Board Chair in the early 1950’s and his mother, Sally Good, joined the board in the 1980’s. “Giving back to the community is just something you do,” says Sid. “I grew up watching my grandparents and parents help others.” As a 3rd generation board member, Sid led JFSA’s Marketing committee for many years, and currently serves as a Special Advisor on the Executive Committee. During his tenure he helped shape the various marketing and advertising campaigns for JFSA’s home care division and has provided guidance in JFSA’s strategic planning efforts. Sid is active in the community as well, serving on the boards of Menorah Park, Shoes & Clothes for Kids, Greater Cleveland Film Commission, and the Nesiya Institute. He is President of Good Marketing, Inc and lives in Shaker Heights.

Michael Weiner was appointed to the JFSA Board in 2009 and currently serves as Treasurer. He is also a member of the Finance, Investment, Audit, College Financial Aid Program and Executive committees. Michael is a compassionate and thoughtful individual, with a keen sense of the needs of the individuals and families served through JFSA. In his leadership role, Michael has helped sharpen the agency’s focus in addressing the financial challenges over the short and long term. Michael also serves as a board member of Jewish Community Housing. He is Managing Partner of Ninth Street Capital Partners. He and his wife, Danielle, live in Pepper Pike.