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Posted: Wednesday, February 11, 2015 10:00 am

For more than 37 years, Marc and Ellen Kelman have been actively involved in the Phoenix Jewish community. They began their journey by chairing the Young Leadership Program of the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix, taking active roles in the campaign as well as planning and leading monthly seminars and taking groups to the biannual Washington, D.C., conference. They have both been recipients of the Federation’s Young Leadership Award. 

Marc, a businessman who is currently working in commercial real estate, has served on the boards of the Jewish Community Association of Greater Phoenix, Jewish Community Center, Hillel and the Phoenix Community Kollel. For the past 15 years, he has been on the local board of directors of Jewish National Fund and is currently a vice president of the national JNF board. He has also served as JNF’s national campaign chairman. 

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