January 27, 2020

Lisa Bronstein Named Chief Human Resources Officer for JF&CS Atlanta

Lisa Bronstein Named Chief Human Resources Officer for JF&CS Atlanta

Jewish Family & Career Services (JF&CS) Atlanta named Lisa Bronstein as the agency’s Chief Human Resources Officer.

In this role, Bronstein will oversee the agency’s human resources programs and functions, which includes recruiting and retaining top talent, providing leadership development training and education, as well as technical assistance to JF&CS management and executive staff, and managing the human resources team.

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Bronstein joined the social services agency in 2011 as Director of Human Resources, and has worked to elevate the department’s recruitment and retention efforts.

“Lisa has been a huge asset to the agency over the past eight years, and her promotion is a well-deserved reflection of her important contribution,” said Terri Bonoff, CEO of JF&CS. “She brings invaluable experience and knowledge to this role, which is critical to the future success of JF&CS as we strive to deliver best in class services to those in need.”

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A seasoned human resources executive, Bronstein was attracted to JF&CS because of its compassionate care and service of individuals and families. She has worked in corporate human resources positions for more than 25 years in New York, New Jersey and Atlanta. She earned a Bachelor of Science in industrial and labor relations from Cornell University. Bronstein and her husband, David, reside in Dunwoody and have two daughters, one son-in-law and are proud grandparents.

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