OTS Congratulates Board President David Eisner

News Release – March 29, 2018

Ohr Torah Stone Congratulates President of North American Board David F. Eisner on Appointment as US Assistant Secretary of the Treasury

Jerusalem, Israel – Ohr Torah Stone congratulates David F. Eisner, President of our North American Board of Directors, on his appointment by US President Donald Trump as an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury for Management.

Eisner has been an involved lay leader on Ohr Torah Stone’s North American Board of Directors for a decade. Since 2015, Eisner has served as the Board’s President, in which capacity he has been a key player in the visioning and implementing of Ohr Torah Stone’s operational and strategic goals, responsible for ensuring the organization’s stellar growth and succession of its senior leadership. 

Ohr Torah Stone’ Founder and Chancellor, Rabbi Shlomo Riskin, stated: “President Trump has made an excellent choice with David, who is an accomplished businessman and advisor with an excellent eye for detail. These talents, combined with his desire to better the world, will serve the Treasury well.”

Incoming President and Rosh Hayeshiva of the Ohr Torah Stone network, Rabbi Dr. Kenneth Brander, commented: “David has decades of successful business experience. His inspiring lay leadership of our 27 educational institutions is an expression of his integrity, his clarity of vision, and desire to make a significant contribution to society and add goodness to the world. We are confident that David will succeed in this endeavor and we wish him much success.”

 

About Ohr Torah Stone
Ohr Torah Stone (OTS) is a modern Orthodox network comprised of 27 educational institutions, leadership development, outreach and social action initiatives accommodating more than 3500 students on 12 campuses across Israel and engaging with over 300,000 Israelis annually, as well as hundreds of graduate rabbis and emissaries serving Jewish communities across the globe.

 

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