Field Representative

Leslie Anderson

Leslie Anderson is the Executive Director of the Jewish Community Relations Council (JCRC) of Atlanta. Prior to assuming this position in 2018, she served on the JCRC Board. She was honored to be part of the 2017-2018 JCPA Frank Family Leadership Institute for Emerging Leaders, which offers training in public policy, public affairs, and intergroup/interfaith relations at both the local and national levels.

Leslie currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA) as a director representative, is the co-founder and ex-officio member of the Georgia Interfaith Public Policy Center, serves on the board of Temple Kehillat Chaim, and is on the steering committee of Tzedek Georgia. She is also active with other coalitions focused on fighting food insecurity, public safety and legal justice reform, and stable, affordable housing and community stability. With a BA in Journalism, MA in clinical psychology and 30 years of community service for the most vulnerable in our society, Leslie has a passion for advocacy and strengthening networks to effect change in our society.

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