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Wexner Heritage Program

Jewish learning and leadership development for volunteer leaders in North America

Meet Our Members

Sherrie Singer (Detroit 17) is a full time community leader and volunteer. She is the president and co-founder of THREAD…Connecting Jewish Women, a non-profit organization with its mission to educate, engage and inspire Jewish women in the metro Detroit community. Sherrie serves on several boards including the Board of Governors of Federation of Metro Detroit, the Executive Board of Women’s Philanthropy, the Board of Trustees of Temple Israel of West Bloomfield, and the Board of B’nai B’rith Youth Organization (BBYO). She recently accepted a position on Hebrew Union College’s Board of Overseers. She is a past recipient of the Sylvia Simon Greenberg Young Leadership Award for personal commitment and service to the Detroit Jewish community. Sherrie is a graduate of the Florence Melton School of Adult Jewish Learning, and continues to enjoy weekly Melton graduate classes. She is currently the chairperson of the Melton Advisory Council. Sherrie’s passion for education and engagement includes interfaith programming. She is working on a new initiative for Jewish and Muslim women to learn together. In her free time she enjoys
playing tennis, biking, painting, and spending time with her family and friends. Sherrie is a graduate of Indiana University, where she earned a BS Marketing and Management from the Kelley School of Business. She lives with her husband Danny, and her two sons Ari(16) and Gabe (13).


Daniel Gorlin (Chicago 17) resides in Chicago, IL where he works as a management consultant for the Boston Consulting Group. Daniel is a Partner and Managing Director in BCG’s health care practice where he provides strategic advice to many of the world’s largest healthcare companies. Prior to joining BCG, Daniel worked as an investment analyst at Argus Partners in New York City, and holds a JD from the Harvard Law School and an MPA and BA from Columbia University. Daniel currently lives in Chicago's downtown neighborhood of Lakeview with his wife, Ashlyn, who works for the educational non-profit Facing History and Ourselves, and his three children, Nitai, Liat, and Caleb. As a family, the Gorlins are very active in the Chicago Jewish Community, sitting on boards and doing committee work for numerous organizations including the Chicago Jewish Day School (CJDS), Congregation Anshei Shalom Bnei Israel (ASBI) and the Florence G. Heller Jewish Community Center. Nationally, Daniel serves as the President of 70 Faces Media, the merged entity of the venerable Jewish Telegraphic Agency (JTA) and the digital leader As the lead lay-leader, Daniel provides general oversight and helps drive the strategic vision for the organization, its print syndication business and its leading online properties including Kveller, Alma, Jewniverse, JTA, My Jewish Learning and the Nosher.


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