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Using Philanthropy ‘To Solve Problems’

Mark Charendoff, the departing Jewish Funders Network president, looks back, and ahead.

Staff Writer
10/12/2010

When Mark Charendoff publicly announced his decision to step down as president of the Jewish Funders Network at the end of the year, he was following his own advice. In an Opinion piece in The Jewish Week last month, Charendoff called for term limits for heads of Jewish communal agencies. “How long is too long at the top?” he asked. “I’m not dogmatic, but eight to 10 years feels like it’s enough. While it may seem a short time, it should.

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