Nina, Helen and Michelle – the JCCV’s new leadership trio

With the announcement of Nina Bassat AM as the incoming President of the Jewish Community Council of Victoria, and Dr Helen Light AM as the incoming Vice President, in addition to Michelle Coleman as the organisation’s Executive Officer, it will be interesting to see if having three women at the head of the JCCV will afford a more compassionate and human perspective to the organisation that calls itself “The Voice of Victorian Jewry”.

My dealings with Helen Light, former director of the Jewish Museum of Australia, were always positive and rewarding.  Her support for GLBT people in the Jewish community was excellent, even to the point where she ran a series of my photographs of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras in an exhibition at the museum.

I look forward to the months and years ahead under this renewed organisation and hope that with it’s new leadership team it has the foresight to unconditionally include GLBT people into its midst.

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  1. Like the Andrew sisters these 3 will sing in unison and GLTH issues will disappear as they have already done from their web site.
    Ugh!!! they are all so revolting, one can only shudder.
    To be avoided at all costs!
    Don’t touch – don’t go near! Danger therein lies – much as they lie too!

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