Beth Singer is thrilled to be the 2023 Chair of Women’s Philanthropy. Beth has been involved with UJA in many roles, including Vice-Chair of Womens Philanthropy, Co-Chair of Major Gifts and Co-Chairing the Walk for Israel. Beth previously served on the board of The House and was Co-Chair of The House. Beth also held many diﬀerent leadership roles with Associated Hebrew Schools sitting on the board of Associated Hebrew School and PTC Chair. Beth also was involved in many diﬀerent roles for the Association for the Soldiers of Israel. When not volunteering, Beth loves spending time with her grandchildren, children, and adventure travelling with her husband Miguel, as well as cycling and running.
Gayle Goldgut is honoured to be the 2023 Vice-Chair of Women’s Philanthropy. Gayle’s involvement with UJA started many years ago as a fundraising co-chair for B&P, when UJA began approaching women to give their own gift. Gayle has co-chaired Atarah, and this year is a co-chair of the Israel 75 mission. Gayle has been an active member of Tzedakah Chapter of CHW, has served as President three times, and has chaired the various committees and major fundraisers over her 35 years with the organization. She has co-chaired the Tracey Rubinoff Skate-a-thon to raise money for Juvenile Diabetes Research for three years. Gayle also fundraises for The Ledbury Jewish Centre. As the child of a survivor who was supported by the Jewish Agencies, Gayle is proud and grateful to be involved in an organization that is integral to our Jewish community. When not volunteering, Gayle can be found hanging out with her husband, children, and grandchildren.