Eileen Lieberman has travelled extensively around the world and has lived in multiple locations internationally. Wherever she has lived, getting a good education for her children, keeping a Kosher home and belonging to a synagogue have always been paramount. Eileen has served on seven different not-for-profit boards For over a decade, she was been on the board and actively involved with Camp Ramah in New England– specifically their Tikvah Program, the first Special Needs Inclusion program in the Ramah system of camps. Eileen focused on making Camp Ramah New England more physically accessible as well as expanding their Israel Seminar Program to include campers with special needs. In addition, Eileen has served on the board of the American Friends of Beit Issie Shapiro, a facility in Israel for children with special needs. For the past four years, Eileen has been on the Matan board and for the past two years has been on the board of Schechter Manhattan. She has been happily married for 48 years, and is fortunate to have two married children and four loving grandchildren.