New Executive Director for Victorian Rabbis

July 30, 2013 by J-Wire Staff
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The Rabbinical Council of Victoria (RCV) has announced the appointment of Rachel Mihalovich to the role of Executive Director.

Rachel Mihalovich

Rachel Mihalovich

Mrs Mihalovich comes to the role with extensive experience in Marketing & Development and has had prior experience in corporate roles with BAE Systems and in Israel with Excalibur Systems and Softkey.

RCV President Rabbi Meir Shlomo Kluwgant said: “The RCV’s capacity to provide religious leadership to our community is significantly enhanced with this appointment, especially at this critical time of strategic growth and planning. Rachel has had an excellent history of improving internal business processes and a strong track record of directing successful community activities, events and fundraising initiatives”.

Mihalovich said that she sees tremendous opportunity for the Rabbinical leadership to foster closer interaction with families and youth in the Victorian Jewish Community, as well as promoting harmonious multicultural relationships.

“I see the immediate challenge as becoming more engaged with our community, and stimulating an environment where the RCV promotes qualitative and meaningful religious and rabbinical leadership.”

Rabbi Kluwgant also expressed the RCV’s appreciation to OMAC (Office of Multicultural Affairs and Citizenship) for the grant recently approved by the office of the Minister for Multicultural Affairs which provided a significant portion of the funding for this position.

Rachel Mihalovich starts her new role as Executive Director of the RCV on Monday 29 July 2013, and will begin working immediately on the RCV’s strategic plan and review.

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