Enid Rosenberg has spent her adult life trying to make a difference in her community. A life-long community volunteer leader, Mrs. Rosenberg has served as chair of several non-profits including The Mandel JCC, Menorah Park Center for Senior Living and The Oakwood Club.
Currently, Mrs. Rosenberg is a vice-chair of the board at The Jewish Federation of Cleveland. She also serves on the board of The Ahuja Medical Center of University Hospitals, The Mt. Sinai Health Care Foundation, The Cleveland State University Foundation, JFNA Board, United Way of Greater Cleveland, The American Jewish Committee, the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage and Breakthrough Charter Schools.
Enid is president of her Leadership Cleveland Class and active with the Leadership Center. She is active and has led many fundraising efforts in her community.
A former educator, Mrs. Rosenberg believes in education as the “great equalizer” for our students no matter where they reside. She has been very active in Urban and suburban education.
Mrs. Rosenberg is a former member of the Orange City School Board, The First Tee of Cleveland, Mayfield/Sandridge Country Club and the government relations committee of Case Western Reserve University.
In recognition of her efforts, Enid has been awarded The Gries Family Award for leadership in the Jewish and General Communities, The AJC Outstanding Leadership Award, Menorah Park’s Irving Stone Award and was inducted in the Beachwood High School Gallery of Success.