Business Briefs

Business briefs 9.7.12

TRISH WINTER-HUNT has been named the new director of marketing, communications and public relations for the TUCSON JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER. Raised in Tucson, she earned her bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies from the University of Arizona. Her experience includes building integrated marketing communications strategies for local, regional and national companies. Most recently, Trish was community producer at Madden Media.



CONGREGATION CHAVERIM has received a grant from Poets & Writers for fall writing workshops with Rabbi Stephanie Aaron and Deborah Mayaan, M.A. Workshops will be held at the Arizona Cancer Center and Congregation Chaverim. For workshop listings, see


HADASSAH SOUTHERN ARIZONA named ADRIA ROSEN Woman of the Year 2011/12. A life member of Hadassah for more than 12 years, Rosen has been chapter president, co-vice president of fundraising and programming, bulletin editor, gift-wrapping chair and region board card chair.





PETER and CYD MARCUS, owners of ALLEGRA in Tucson, were recently honored by Allegra Network, a marketing, print and graphic design franchise, with the Sales Excellence Award. The recognition is earned by the top 10 percent in the network. They also received the Annual Sales Growth Award for being in the top 10 system-wide for sales growth.

JEWISH ARIZONA ON CAMPUS has added RABBI MICHAEL and BEATIE DEUTSCH at the University of Arizona. They join Rabbi Yitz and Elle Lieblich. The Deutsches come to Tucson from Beitar, Israel. Michael, originally from Atlanta, Ga., most recently taught post-high school American boys at a yeshiva in Jerusalem. He is currently pursuing a master’s degree in social work through the Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University.  Beatie, originally from Passaic, N.J., has a master’s degree in school counseling from Northeastern University and trained in family therapy at a clinic this year. She taught for several years at a post-high school girls’ seminary and ran a business as a career counselor.