Our Town | People in the News

People in the news 9.28.18

Liz Kanter Groskind was recently installed as the board chair of MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger, a national advocacy organization, for a three-year term. With a background in management, executive coaching, marketing, human resources and charitable planning, she has run her own consulting business for 20 years. A native of Detroit now living in Tucson, she is president of the B’nai B’rith Gerd and Inge Strauss Manor on Pantano, a low-income senior residence in Tucson. She has served on the boards of the Jewish Community Relations Council, Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona, Social Venture Partners and The Gregory School. In Detroit, she served as board chair of JVS, a nonprofit human service agency, and was president of the Young Adult division of the Jewish Federations of Metropolitan Detroit, among other leadership roles. She is a graduate of Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts.