Baltimore, MD - The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore is pleased to announce that Laura Rubenstein and Andrew Razumovsky are this year’s Harry Greenstein Young Leadership Award recipients, in recognition of their outstanding leadership in the Jewish community.
As part of this award, both Rubenstein and Razumovsky were sent to the Jewish Federations of North America’s (JFNA) General Assembly conference in LA in November, which brings together Federation professionals and volunteers from all over the world.
Laura Rubenstein is a partner and a member of the leadership committee with the law firm of Wright, Constable & Skeen in Baltimore, where she concentrates in representing corporate clients and non-profit agencies in a wide range of employment matters. Rubenstein is involved in a variety of leadership roles throughout the Jewish community, including serving as current co-chair of The Associated’s Jewish Professional Women (JPW) Committee, which she successfully helped to relaunch in 2015. She has demonstrated dedication, passion and unmatched leadership and is an active member of the Jewish Community Center Board as well as The Associated’s Human Resources Committee.
Rubenstein grew up in Baltimore, attended University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Baltimore Law School. She lives in Mt. Washington with her husband, Jason Rubenstein, and their two sons.
Andrew Razumovsky, the principal of CANDA Solutions, LLC, has more than 20 years of experience in information technology, startups, security, risk management and business. He earned a Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematics from the Tbilisi State University and completed executive education courses at Harvard Business School.
Razumovsky has demonstrated tremendous leadership in the Jewish community, through his involvement with The Associated’s Baltimore-Odessa Partnership (BOP) and the Russian-Speaking Jewish Community initiative as well as serving on the board of Jewish Community Services and as a member of The Associated’s Board of Directors. He and his wife reside in Pikesville and have two children.
Both Rubenstein and Razumovsky attended the Jewish Federations of North America’s (JFNA) General Assembly conference in LA in November, which brings together Federation professionals and volunteers from all over the world.
Harry Greenstein served as Executive Director of The Associated for more than 37 years, and later headed the Legacy and Endowment Department. A lawyer, administrator, and most of all a humanitarian, Harry helped our federation grow into the leader that it is today. The award, named in his honor and presented annually, recognizes young persons who display sustained leadership in service to The Associated.
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