MARIS FINLEY has joined the ARIZONA JEWISH POST as advertising account executive. Originally from New York, she moved to Tucson from Baltimore in 2008 and spent several years working in the advertising department at the Arizona Daily Star. She is involved with a variety of community events and fundraising efforts, including Tu Nidito’s Ride for a Child.
AUDIO BIOGRAPHIES 4 U, an oral history recording and documenting service operated by ANDY “AVI” ROSEN since 2009, has added web conference oral histories. The new service allows Tucsonans with loved ones in other parts of the country to document their life stories from the comfort of their homes, regardless of where they live. For more information, visit www.audiobiographies4u.com, call 237-6470 or email [email protected].
BRYAN DAVIS, adjunct professor at the ARIZONA CENTER FOR JUDAIC STUDES at the University of Arizona and director of the JEWISH FEDERATION OF SOUTHERN ARIZONA’s Jewish Community Relations Council and its Holocaust Education & Commemoration Project, took part in an International Education Week panel on “Learning to Remember: Teaching the Holocaust in Poland Today” at the UA on Nov. 17.
LORI RIEGEL, M.J.Ed., was recently hired by Arizona’s Children Association as development director for Southern Arizona. AzCA, founded in Tucson in 1912, is a statewide nonprofit agency providing services for children, including foster care, adoption and mental health services in every county in Arizona. Riegel was previously advertising manager for the Arizona Jewish Post.