South Florida Business Professionals Form Committee to Support United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

  South Florida Business Professionals Form Committee to Support United States
  Holocaust Memorial Museum

            Former U.S. Rep. Ron Klein kicks off first B-Pac Event

Business Wire

BOCA RATON, Fla. -- November 8, 2013

A dynamic group of business professionals have formed the South Florida
Business Professional Advisory Committee (B-PAC) for the United States
Holocaust Memorial Museum. The group aims to engage the business community in
the Museum’s work to secure the permanence of Holocaust memory, understanding
and relevance. It is open to all business leaders who seek to understand and
support the Museum’s impact as a global institution.

B-PAC launched its 2013-2014 efforts on October 25^th at a reception featuring
speaker Ronald J. Klein, former Representative of Florida’s 22^nd
Congressional District and former member of the United States Holocaust
Memorial Museum Council. The reception was held at Jazziz Nightlife at Mizner
Park in Boca Raton and was attended by more than sixty professionals and
business leaders.

“The business community’s efforts to support the Museum and inspire people to
think and act differently in the face of hate, antisemitism and genocide, is
inspirational,” said B-PAC’s chair, Jeffrey S. Kahn, Esq., of Greenberg
Traurig, PA.

Outreach Vice Chairs are Elyssa Kupferberg of Barclays Wealth & Investment
Management and Robert Slatoff, Esq. of Frank Weinberg & Black, PL. B-PAC’s
program chair is Lanny K. Marks, CPA, CFP, AEP of Marks and Associates.

The B-PAC members are: James Bellerano, Esq. of Chapin, Bellerano and
Chesjack; Benjamin Berman of Berman Enterprises; Elaine Bucher, Esq. of
Gunster; Shaun M. Castillo of Sun-Sentinel Company; Caryn Clayman Esq., of
Caryn J. Clayman, PA; Eric Donner, CLU, ChFC of Platinum-Peak Advisors;
Stephen Fattel, CPA; Steven W. Fenyves, CFS of Valued Wealth Management;
Charlie Fischer, CFP of Ameriprise Financial; Eric Handis, CFP, CWS of Regions
Private Wealth Management; Marjorie A. Horwin, CPA of Morrison, Brown, Argiz &
Farra, LLP; Thomas O. Katz, Esq. of Katz Baskies, LLC; Jason Lieberman, CRPC,
of Fuller Lieberman Group, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management; Marc H. List, CPA,
CBIZ Goldstein Lewis & Mayer Hoffman McCann; Seth Marmor, Esq., Shapiro
Wasserman Blasi & Gora; William C. Miller, CFP, CLU, ChFC, AEP of Miller
Wealth Advisors; Pamela Polani, Esq., Pamela Higher-Polani Attorney at Law;
Peter S. Sachs, Esq., Sachs Sax Caplan, PL; W. Keith Seago, CFP, Atlantic
Capital Advisors, LLC; James Senior of Edward Jones; Ronald L. Siegel, Esq.,
LLM, of Brinkley Morgan; E. Brian Singer, CFP, CLU, ChFC, EBS Responsible
Wealth; Peter H. Stern, Esq., SMD of FTI Consulting, Inc.; Susan Wandersman of
Kaufman, Rossin & Co., PA; Nancy Weingard, CLTC, CFP, Raymond James &
Associates; Fred Weinstein, CPA, Goldstein, Zugman, Weinstein & Poole, LLC;
and Adam M. Workman, CTFA, of Wells Fargo.

A living memorial to the Holocaust, the United States Holocaust Memorial
Museum inspires citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, prevent
genocide, and promote human dignity. Its far-reaching educational programs and
global impact are made possible by generous donors. For more information,


For United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Julie Mullen, 561-779-2516
Andrew Hollinger, 202-488-6133
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