Temma Kingsley

Temma Kingsley is a former USCJ vice president for development and education commission chair.

Having worked as a Jewish early childhood educator, Temma was president of the Jewish Early Childhood Association of Greater New York and co-president of the National Jewish Early Childhood Network.

She is vice chair of the Foundation for Masorti Judaism, an advisory board member of the Davidson School at JTS, board member at the Solomon Schechter School of Queens, and board member and past president of the Forest Hills Jewish Center in Queens, NY. She has been chair of the Interboro Women’s Philanthropy Board of UJA-Federation of New York and a member of its commission on Jewish identity and renewal, as well as chair of its early childhood committee.

Temma and husband Al are parents to Mark and Audrey and grandparents to Jack and Noah.

Temma’s term concludes in 2018.

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