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For over 130 years the New York Society for Ethical Culture has served our culture through the Social Service Board, which is dedicated to the empowerment of caring people. People like you who share our faith in the future. People who see the need to give so... more.
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Supervised Visitation Network Worldwide: History
1992 Judith Wallach of the New York Society for Ethical Culture hosts a one day meeting, attended by 40 providers and interested professionals from across the United States.
Attendees name the newly formed organization the Supervised Visitation Network (SVN) and Judith Wallach serves as the President. The award is named after the SVN's first conference host, Judith Wallach. This award is named in honor of the SVN's first host, Judith Wallach.
Lectures at ESNW
Judith Wallach, former President of the New York Society for Ethical Culture
Swarthmore in the News: May 27, 1999
Dr. Judith Wallach, the president of the New York Society for Ethical Culture, is to officiate at the Bryant Park Grill in New York.. . .
The Higher Education Act Can't Stop a Good Education- The Launch of the John W. Perry Scholarship Fund: Drugwar.com
Judith Wallach, the representative of the New York Society for Ethical Culture, whogave the initial welcome at the beginningof the session. - Photo Preston Peet Due to the cost of higher education in the US today, the HEA drug provision is effecting not only poor and minority applicants and students, but is also taking a toll on the middle class white kids who also need the federal aid.This has brought home the fact to many more young people that the War on Drugs can and does target anyone.Hence, there is a mass movement underway in the US of young people especially looking anew at the failed War on Drugs, searching for ways to reform the laws, and ultimately end the War.
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Judith D. Wallach
Judy Wallach Judith D. Wallach is an honorary trustee of the Society, having served as the first woman president for seven years, from 1994 to 2001. Prior to that, she was chair of the Social Service Board, of which she was a founder of the Shelter for the Homeless and the Supervised Visitation Project. She has also served on the board of the American Ethical Union and chaired its Fund Development Committee. During her 26 years of membership in the Society, Judy has served as chair and member of numerous committees, been a Sunday speaker and served as a wedding and memorial officiant. She has also served on the Ethical Culture Fieldston School's Board of Trustees and its Executive Committee. A graduate of the Humanist Institute and, for 12 years, on its Board of Governors, she chairs the Institute's Education Committee. Judy has also been a board member and secretary of the Partnership for the Homeless, and a member of Citizens Committee for Children of New York. For the past 10 years she has chaired Palladia, Inc., a multi-site human services agency that provides residential and outpatient treatment for substance abusers, many of whom have serious mental and physical illness. She's been on its board since 1991. In her otherwise unoccupied time, she pursues her private practice in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Judy is a psychology affiliate of Lenox Hill Hospital and supervises doctoral candidates in their group work. She and her husband, Sylvan Wallach, have a large, blended family spread across the U.S. and in Australia.