Sheila Lambert serves on Avodah’s Board of Directors.
Sheila enjoyed a twenty year career at The Dun & Bradstreet Corporation with progressively responsible positions including Vice President of Human Resources and Senior Vice President & Publisher of Moody’s Investors Service. Her extensive philanthropic experience focuses on Jewish education and continuity, education, and helping underserved and disadvantaged populations, particularly women and children. Sheila is the Founder and a Former Board Chair of Bottomless Closet and Chair Emerita and former President of the Marlene Meryerson JCC Manhattan. She is a member of the Advisory Council for the School of Communication at Northwestern University. Formerly Sheila served as a Founder and Board Chair of Summerbridge, Board Chair of The Town School,Vice Chair of the Board of Hebrew Union College, and Vice President of the Board of Congregation Rodeph Sholom, in Manhattan. Sheila and her husband Bill live in New York City and have residences in Fire Island, and Aspen. She was elected to the Board of Project Kesher in 2003, and is currently serving as Project Kesher’s Board Chair.