Our Board of Directors
Board Executive Committee
President: Jeffrey Rose
Professionally, Jeff has been involved in guiding marketing and public relations activities for some of the top businesses and consumer lifestyle brands in America. He is a co-founder, with his wife Elena, of The Rose Group, an agency that has represented clients ranging from Moet & Chandon to Sony Entertainment to Bristol Farms to Brookfield Properties. Additionally, Jeffrey has worked on a range of high-profile reputation management and crisis communications issues such as the release of U.S. journalists Laura Ling and Euna Lee who were held captive in North Korea.
He was a producer of the hit independent film Waitress, which spun-off the Tony-nominated Broadway play of the same name. Most recently, as one of the early employees of Amazon Studios, he shaped marketing and PR campaigns for a number of TV shows winning multiple Golden Globe and Emmy Awards, including The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. Previously, an executive at Miramax Films and an agent at William Morris Agency, Jeff is a graduate of UCLA, with a BA in political science. He lives in Los Angeles and in Sun Valley where his daughter Eden has been teaching WRJC Sunday School and Hebrew School while attending Community School, along with her brother Auggie.
Vice President: Noa Ries
Born in Israel and raised in Australia, Noa moved to the Wood River Valley with her husband and two young daughters four years ago. Her daughters are six and nine and she is incredibly passionate about their having a strong sense of identity and pride in their heritage.
Treasurer: Ron Greenspan
Ron Greenspan and his wife Susan have owned a home in Sun Valley for 11 years and have been permanent residents for the past three years. They also maintain a condo in Los Angeles. Their son (Douglas), daughter-in-law (Lauren) and granddaughter (Marley) live in New York.
Ron worked on the WRJC real estate committee previously when the existing office lease and alternative sites were being evaluated and is currently serving on the Building Committee in connection with the evaluation, purchase and fund raising for WRJC's new home in Elkhorn. Susan and he have been enthusiastic participants with Lew’s Wednesday morning Jewish Bike Brigade! For a while more, Ron still works. He is a senior executive with the largest financial and operational restructuring firm and co-leads its global real estate restructuring and finance group. He is a recovering lawyer, having previously practiced law after graduating from Harvard Law School. He is a Fellow of the American College of Bankruptcy, is a member of its Finance Committee, and is a trustee of the affiliated non-profit Foundation which is the largest nationwide provider of grants to pro bono bankruptcy and non-profit financial literacy organizations. He is a Certified Turnaround Professional (CTP) and Certified Insolvency and Restructuring Advisor (CIRA), skills we hope the WRJC never needs.