The Jewish Tuition Organization announced local attorney Brian Weinberger as its newest board member. Weinberger, a resident of Scottsdale, is a trial attorney with more than 37 years of experience practicing in the Phoenix Metropolitan area.
Weinberger has served as a board member and executive board member for many charitable organizations including several Jewish organizations throughout the Valley.
“We were very impressed with Brian’s enthusiasm and board experience and are pleased to welcome him to our board,” said JTO Board President Fred Wabnik.
Weinberger brings his passion to supporting causes that enhance the lives of the members of the Jewish community and will be instrumental to helping the JTO grow and extend its reach into the community.
“I am looking forward to working with Brian; I feel he is going to be a great asset to the JTO Board,” states JTO Executive Director Janet Silva.
Weinberger holds a Bachelor of Science from Arizona State University and a law degree from American University. A native of Philadelphia, he remains an avid fan of all the Philadelphia sports teams and is the father of five children who live across the country.
The JTO is a student tuition organization that raises funds through Arizona’s dollar-for-dollar private school tuition tax credits, both from individual taxpayers and the corporate tax credit program, to provide scholarships to children who attend Jewish day schools located throughout the Valley. This past school year, the JTO awarded approximately 650 scholarships totaling more than $4.2 million.
The JTO is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) and can accept charitable donations outside of the tax credit.
Call 480-634-4926 or visit jtophoenix.org.