Millstone Institute names 2015 class of Millstone Fellows

The Millstone Institute has named its 2015 class of Millstone Fellows, a program for emerging and established leaders in the St. Louis Jewish community. The eight-month leadership program aims to effectively tackle challenging conversations and community situations. Facilitated by local and national trainers and educators, participants explore values-based leadership, create shared visions, examine trends in Jewish life and strengthen skills for community building.  The program begins Sunday, March 8.

The 2015 class includes: Tammy Arnow, community volunteer; Sarah Falkoff, chemistry teacher at Clayton High School; Sam Freedman, accountant at Rubin Brown; Emily Follman, president of EF Consulting LLC; Abby Goldstein, project manager with St. Louis Economic Development Partnership; Ted Houser, forecast and supply chain analyst at Propper International Inc.; Elisa Israel, research and evaluation director at St. Louis Science Center; Marc Jacob, attorney with the Jacob Law Firm, LLC; Doug Kolker, accountant with Mueller Prost LLC; Randi Mozenter, clinical psychologist; Dimitar Mushkov, financial planner with Kirlogy Financial; Brian Newman, campus planner and project manager at Washington University; David Roberts, president of 74 Global, LLC; David Schenberg, owner of BusyEvent Technology Co.; Debbie Schultz, audit manager at Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis; Sherry Shuman, physician with BJC Medical Group; Julie Stern, community volunteer; Laura Whalen, community volunteer; and Jamie Zinn, special projects director with Repair the World. 

The Millstone Institute is an initiative of Jewish Federation of St. Louis; its programs are made possible by the Lubin-Green Foundation, a supporting foundation of Jewish Federation, the Millstone Foundation, Bill Solomon and Family and Mont & Karen Levy. For more information, visit or contact Karen Sher at [email protected] or 314-442-3824.