November 7, 2013 by J-Wire Staff
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Sydney’s Jewish Communal Appeal  has appointed a new CEO to replace Ian Sandler who steps down at the end of December after eight years at the helm.

Daniel Grynberg

Daniel Grynberg

The selection committee comprising Jillian Segal, Stephen Chipkin and Peter Philippsohn has announced that Daniel Grynberg will step into the role in 2014 to lead the organisation going forward.

Grynberg, who is a lawyer, worked for 11 years as the general and corporate counsel at Meriton, working closely with Harry Triguboff and was until recently the CEO of Modular Hotels Pty Ltd, working with the Ariadne Group chaired by David Baffsky.

Grynberg has also held a range of communal positions on the boards of The Shalom Institute, The Hakoah Club and Emanuel Synagogue Building Committee.

“In Daniel’s application for the role of CEO, he wrote “I am part of this community and it is part of me, and I am ready willing and able to take a leadership role in it”.

With this attitude and the community and JCA’s existing solid foundations, the future of JCA is in safe hands,” said Peter Philippsohn, President.

Grynberg and Sandler will work together for a month before Sandler officially hands over the reins at the end of December.

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