Himeles Elected President of the Baltimore Chapter of the American Jewish Committee
Zuckerman Spaeder partner Martin S. Himeles, Jr. was elected president of the Baltimore chapter of the American Jewish Committee (AJC).
The Baltimore chapter of the AJC was formed 99 years ago and has about 300 members. The purpose of the AJC is to serve as a human relations agency, directing its research, public policy and action programs to further human rights and civil liberties, and strengthen the security and vitality of the Jewish people worldwide.
Himeles has been active in AJC for a decade and looks forward to making the Baltimore chapter as active as possible, including continuing ongoing projects such as interfaith group dialogue.
Click the file below to read the article, "Man With A Mission: The local American Jewish Committee chapter's president is a strong believer in social action," from the Baltimore Jewish Times, April 29, 2005.