The Intermountain Jewish News continued the media coverage of the election of B'nai B'rith International’s new President Gary P. Saltzman. The article discusses Saltzman’s accomplishments during his time as chairman of the executive, as well as his leadership throughout his 40 years with B’nai B’rith. Click here to read the article in IJN.com
Denverite Gary P. Saltzman is the new president of B’nai B’rith International. He was elected Nov. 9 by the board of governors at its annual meeting in Washington, DC.
Saltzman immediately begins a three-year term leading the world’s oldest Jewish humanitarian, human rights and advocacy organization.
In 40 years as a member of B’nai B’rith International, Saltzman has demonstrated leadership and dedication at the local and international levels of the organization through an impressive range of roles and responsibilities.
“It is a unique privilege to add my name to the list of presidents who have served this venerable organization during its 172-year history,” Saltzman said.
“Throughout my decades of service to B’nai B’rith, I have been directly involved in all aspects of our core mission at the local and global levels: From advocating for human rights, to supporting Israel and fighting anti-Semitism, to speaking out for seniors and to providing aid to the victims of disasters.
“I am eager to honor the roots of this organization while advancing its mission in new ways.”
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