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Women of Reform Judaism

633 3Rd Avenue

New York, New York 10017

United States

Company Description

WRJ was founded in 1913, during a historic period of advancing struggle for recognition and equality for women, as The National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods (NFTS). The organization was renamed in 1993 to more accurately reflect Reform Jewish women in ... more

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Background Information

Employment History


Lockheed Martin Corporation


Board Member
Georgia Youth Science & Technology Centers , Inc.

Board of Governors

Board of Trustees
Union for Reform Judaism

Board of Regents Member
University System of Georgia

External Engineering Advisory Board
Georgia Tech School of Materials Science and Engineering

Young Leadership Council

Board Member


Bachelor of Engineering degree

Ceramic Engineering

Georgia Tech

master's degrees

Georgia State University

master's degrees

Georgia Tech

master's degrees

University of Michigan

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We were visited by WRJ President Blair Marks, WRJ 1st Vice President Susan Bass,

The presentation was made by WRJ President Blair Marks to Charlene Pfenninger, current president of the new sisterhood.

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Blair Marks, Sandy Adland, Marilyn Goldfein and Susan Bass

WRJ President, Blair Marks, WRJ 1st Vice President, Susan Bass, WRJ Vice President Fredi B. Franks, WRJ Executive Director, Rabbi Marla Feldman, WRJ Manager of Service to Sisterhoods and Districts, Heather Lorgeree, joined all the District Presidents and 1st Vice Presidents on a whirlwind two-and-a-half-day cruise.

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On Sunday, we welcomed special guest Blair C. Marks to Sci-Tech! Blair is the president of Women of Reform Judaism, an organization that unites Sisterhood and women's groups in order to strengthen the voice of women throughout the Reform Movement. The WRJ is committed to a range of humanitarian causes in addition to advocating for women's rights.

Blair spoke to camp at Boker Big Bang about her experience as a ceramics engineer. It turns out that ceramics engineers create everything from toilets to the heat shield tiles on the space shuttle! In addition to her work as an engineer, Blair is active in the Temple Kol Emeth Sisterhood in Marietta, GA and serves on the board of the Georgia Youth Science and Technology Centers, which promotes improving science and technology education for elementary and middle school students.
While visiting Sci-Tech, Blair sat down for a special conversation with campers in Rosie 1 and Rosie 2, where they shared their experiences as girls pursuing interests in science and technology. Blair pointed out the world is changing and some fields where women were previously virtually absent, like medicine, are now dominated by women. Blair feels that women right out of college today have a vastly different experience entering STEM fields than she had. However, the work of engaging women in science and technology is far from over. The campers shared different experiences with Blair.
This dynamic, says Blair, shows why the work of the WRJ continues to be important. "We still need a single-gender organization in order to provide a place for women to have conversations that would not take place in a mixed-gender space," she explained.

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Earlier this summer we were fortunate to have Blair C. Marks, the president of Women of Reform Judaism, come and speak to our female campers about the importance of women in STEM, and how to overcome obstacles that women face in STEM fields.

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