Let's come together as a community to celebrate the close of this phenomenal
year at the OFJCC.
On the Agenda:
- Annual State of the OFJCC by CEO Zack Bodner
- Acknowledgments of new and departing Board Members
- President's Award, Honoring Paul Resnick
- Light appetizers and desserts
Paul G. Resnick
This year's recipient of the President's Award for the Oshman Family Jewish
Community Center (OFJCC) is Paul G. Resnick, a deeply respected and longtime
advocate for Jewish causes across the San Francisco Bay Area.
Known for his
integrity and his quiet and thoughtful approach to business and life, Paul
helped negotiate the current financing for the beautiful Taube-Koret Campus for
Jewish Life and served as president of the Oshman Family Jewish Community Center
when it opened this campus.
In addition to his remarkable and continued work with the OFJCC, Paul has served
as board chair for the Jewish Community Center of San Francisco and Jewish
Family and Children's Services. He also currently serves as vice president of
the Jewish Community Relations Council. A quiet servant, Paul has additionally
served the Jewish community as a national board member for the Jewish Community
Center Association and as treasurer of the North Peninsula Jewish Campus.
Outside of the Jewish community, Paul has served as board president and/or chair
of Zonta Services, Lytton Gardens and the San Francisco Art Institute. He also
currently serves as a board member for Kara, a grief support organization in
The Oshman Family JCC is profoundly grateful that Paul has agreed to accept this
year's President's Award. His work is deeply admired and his contributions have
been enormous. Paul has often assumed leadership of organizations during
difficult times and is respected for bringing financial stability and strategic
clarity at pivotal moments in an organization's history. While he would prefer
to do the work without recognition, the OFJCC is grateful that he reluctantly
agreed to receive this honor. His contributions to the OFJCC have been
immeasurable and his impact on the broader Jewish and nonprofit community is an
example for all.
Paul is a Portfolio Manager for OPCM and has over 30 years of experience.
Previously he was a founder and principal of AKJ Asset Management, LLC in Palo
Alto, CA. Paul received a BA from Claremont McKenna College and his MBA from
the UCLA Graduate School of Management.
Tuesday, June 5
Schultz Cultural Arts Hall
Free, but kindly RSVP