The Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona has appointed Edlin Nunez as its new administrative services manager. A native Tucsonan, she is a graduate of Grand Canyon University with a bachelor’s degree in psychology. She has spent her career serving with community-based organizations, including seven years with CODAC Health, Recovery & Wellness. She has also worked with United Cerebral Palsy of Southern Arizona and Leman Academy of Excellence. Her focus is operations, specializing in personnel planning and project management roles, including human resources, facilities, and customer service management.
Stacey Tarquinio is the Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona’s new Jewish community chaplain. A licensed professional counselor, she spent the first 20 years of her professional life as a mental health practitioner and administrator. She now spends weekdays working as a middle school social studies teacher, and afternoons and Sundays as the Jewish community chaplain, visiting Jewish patients in the hospitals and hospice, as well as other locations on request. She has lived and studied in both Israel and India, and practices and teaches yoga. To request a visit, call the Federation at 577-9393.