For more information about JCRC or
if you have a question, please email
Daniel Pearlman at or call


Marcy Kuehnle, Chair, JCRC

Rosemary Chaban, Chair, Community Engagement Task Force

Adam Goldberg, Chair, Current Issues and Civic Engagement Task Force

Cami Golding, Chair, Antisemitism, Hate, and Holocaust Education Task Force

Dewey Miller, Chair, Government and Media Affairs Task Force

Dena Zack, Chair, Israel Advocacy and Engagement Task Force

Daniel Pearlman, Vice President Community and Government Relations

Mary Bilyeu, Community Relations Programming Specialist

Community Engagement

JCRC builds relationships with faith-based organizations and communities as well as with other minority groups. We believe in working with others and value finding common ground through interfaith text studies, holiday parties, discussions and more.

Task Force Chair: Rosemary Chaban

Israel Advocacy and Engagement

JCRC offers opportunities that explore the culture and diversity of Israel. We organize a Yom Ha’atzmaut community celebration and work with the Jewish Agency and Partnership2Gether to strengthen our connection to Israel.
Task Force Chair: Dena Zack


Antisemitism, Hate, and Holocaust Education

JCRC commemorates the Holocaust with educational programming for students and the entire community. Our commitment to combatting hate through education stems from Jewish history and our collective responsibility for one another.
Task Force Chair: Cami Golding

Government and Media Affairs

JCRC engages in advocacy and education on issues affecting the Jewish community. We work with Ohio Jewish Communities on legislative initiatives. We are the “go to” resource for information regarding Jewish Toledo and Israel.
Task Force Chair: Dewey Miller

Current Issues and Civic Engagement

Working alongside local and national organizations, JCRC supports racial justice efforts, increasing voter engagement in our political system, and more. We stand against antisemitism, racism, and all other forms of oppression.
Task Force Chair: Adam Goldberg


The Toledo JCRC represents the Greater Toledo Jewish community, Israel and Jews to the general community; establishes collaborative relationships with other ethnic, racial, civic and religious groups; promotes the interests of Jewish organizations and other agencies through government relations at the federal, state and local levels and the media; and educates and advocates on important issues, seeking consensus with a commitment to Jewish values.

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Here you’ll find information about antisemitism (including discussions of commonly used tropes, words, and symbols); Racial Justice and Jewish Equity, Diversity, And Inclusion (as bigotry is sadly directed at many groups and individuals, not just Jews); voting and registering to vote, so that you can exercise your civic duty; Jewish American Heritage Month; and other topics of import to the JCRC.

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