Making a difference comes naturally to the Executive Director of The Forge Greensboro, Joe Rotondi.
The Teen Grantmaking Council, or TGC, an initiative of the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro and in partnership with Leading to Change, gives high schoolers leadership experience and a chance to meet other teens, voice opinions and make a difference by distributing grants to youth-directed projects that deal with community issues.
Marilyn Chandler has served as the Executive Director of the Greensboro Jewish Federation for 30 years. The Greensboro Jewish Federation builds community among the Jewish people of Greensboro, assuring continuity from generation to generation. She is quick to express her appreciation and admiration for people of other faiths and she excels at creating opportunities for learning and cultural exchange. A frequent lecturer on interfaith topics around the community, Marilyn has coordinated interfaith missions’ trips to Israel for the past 25 years. Marilyn has created partnerships with NCCJ of the Piedmont Triad, the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro, Guilford College, and other community groups to advance the notion of co-existence and cooperation.
Marilyn Chandler “goes where there is no path and leaves a trail.” This trailblazer is truly a Game Changer.