Doron Lazarus appointed Moriah Foundation Director

September 5, 2019 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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Sydney’s Moriah College Foundation has appointed Doron Lazarus as its new Foundation Director.

Doron Lazarus

The Foundation states “Doron brings a wealth of experience and a great deal of passion to the Foundation Director position. His previous roles include CEO of Australian Friends of Magen David Adom and Head of Marketing and Information Technology at JNF Australia.”

Doron Lazarus  is a current parent of Moriah College.  Recognising the critical role that Moriah plays in educating our youth, addressing Jewish continuity, and building a strong and enduring connection to Israel, Doron is excited to be joining our Foundation where he can make an important contribution and difference to the values and ideals that resonate so strongly with him.

Foundation president Judy Lowy said: “As we embark on our 2020 Capital Campaign, I am delighted that we have secured a leader of Doron’s calibre as our new Director to lead us through our exciting and important next chapter of growth.

Doron will commence in his new role in November 2019 and I am confident that he will lead our Foundation with the traits that we have come to know in him – honesty, authenticity, commitment and high standards.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank Joseph Herschel who has been our Foundation Director since 2014. Despite resigning some time ago, Joseph had agreed to remain in the role until Doron commences in November, ensuring continuity and stability throughout the recruitment and onboarding process. Please join me in extending our sincere appreciation to Joseph for his commitment to our Foundation and for being such a mensch.

I look forward to introducing you to Doron in due course, and am excited by the myriad opportunities that lie ahead to support our children to shine and thrive.”

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