At the Jewish Federation’s Women’s Spring Event, Mary Novick, left, representing the Novick family, presented Elaine Krasik with the Natalie Novick Woman of Philanthropy Award. The award is presented annually to a woman who demonstrates a commitment to the Jewish community through philanthropy, volunteerism and support of Women’s Philanthropy of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.
Charlene Tissenbaum, event chair of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh’s Women’s Spring Event on April 10, introduced “The Wandering Israeli,” the musical story of an Israeli adventure. The event, presented by the Women’s Philanthropy Division, took place in the Katz Theater of the Jewish Community Center of Greater Pittsburgh, Squirrel Hill.
After the performance of “The Wandering Israeli,” actor-writer-director Elad Shippony poses onstage with Natalie Novick Woman of Philanthropy Award recipient Elaine Krasik.
From left: Carolyn Hess Abraham, Lori Guttman and Carol Steinbach were attendees at the Women’s Philanthropy Spring Event. Since 1912, the Women’s Philanthropy Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh has empowered women to become invaluable, influential contributors to the Jewish community of Pittsburgh.