Felice Adler Shohet
Dr. Adler has been working at CHOC since 2008 and is currently the director of outpatient services for the division of infectious diseases.
Jordan graduated from CSULB in 2008 and ha been on the Board of Directors for Beach Hillel for 3 years. During his time at CSULB, Jordan was Vice President of Hillel and worked to grow and develop the organization. Jordan participated in planning many events such as Jewlicious Festival and the annual Sukkah Hop. Jordan currently works as a Business Consultant for ADP, helping small business clients stay compliant with increasing regulations. In his free time, Jordan enjoys traveling, playing lacrosse, and mentoring with Big Brothers/Big Sisters. JordanÂ looks forward to continuing my work with Beach Hillel to create a positiveÂ environment for the future generation of students on campus.
Jeffrey Blutinger, PhD
Dr. Blutinger holds the Barbara and Ray Alpert Endowed Chair in Jewish Studies and is director of the Jewish Studies Program at Long Beach State. He teaches courses in modern European and Middle Eastern Jewish history and Holocaust.
Barbara is a licensed realtor with over 30 years of real estate experience in the Greater Long Beach area.
Leslie is a 4th generation Californian who grew up in LA and attendedÂ USC. She considers herself to beÂ a professional volunteer in which she has previously been theÂ National President of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority from 1985 to 1989 and from 1999 to 2003. After having worked with college students for the past 55 years, Hillel is a natural progression. Also, Leslie is strongly committed to the Jewish Community and will work to instill Jewish heritage and values in the hope that they will go back to their own communities after college and make a difference in their communities. Leslie worked as personal assistant to couture fashion designer James Galanos for 20 years. In the Jewish world, Leslie worked as an assistant to Rabbi Mark Fasman at Sinai Temple in LA for 3 years. SheÂ hasÂ 3 adult children - Susan (53), Steven (52) and twins Tom and David (48)- and has 6 grandsons, Andrew (22), Jake (19), Chris (13), Kevin (15), Luke (8) and Elliot (4).
Nicole Malina has been working in development and fundraising for over a decade. She began her career as a Jewish nonprofitÂ professional, working for organizations such as New Israel Fund, the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, and Bet Tzedek. Nicole now serves as Pacific Circle Manager for the Aquarium of the Pacific. She joined Hillel's Board of Directors in 2013 and also sits on the board of the Jewish Federation of Long Beach.Â Originally from New York, Nicole enjoys spending time with her family, volunteering to help shelter animals, and collecting hip hop records. She lives in Long Beach with her three rescue cats.
Neil has been the Treasurer of Hillel since 1999. The growth we have experienced throughout these years is propelled by the number and quality of young people Beach Hillel has touched in a very positive Jewish way. When Neil was a student at LBCC and CSULB, Hillel had very little Jewish connections on and off campus. Neil sees these students excited and alive with a Jewish confidence that did not exist many years ago. Today, because of my start with being the Treasurer of Hillel, I am self-employed as the Owner of Neil's Bookkeeping. I have previously worked for a CPA firm in Los Angeles for approximately 12 years.