Sheila Greenbaum completes her term as President of Jewish Federation of St. Louis
Sheila Greenbaum, a director and shareholder at the Clayton law firm of Capes, Sokol, Goodman & Sarachan, P.C., recently completed her two-year term as President of Jewish Federation of St. Louis. The law firm congratulates Greenbaum on her service and leadership as the 37th President of Jewish Federation of St. Louis.
Greenbaum is only the second female President in Federation’s 108-year history.
In her final remarks as President, Greenbaum pointed out three major issues that needed to be addressed during her term and the progress made. “Despite tough times,” said Greenbaum, “we stayed focused on the present and the future. And, if there is a single accomplishment of which I am most proud, that’s it.”
Greenbaum was a recipient of the distinguished Kipnis-Wilson/Friedland Award at the International Lion of Judah Conference in Washington, D.C., honoring her philanthropy and volunteer leadership. She was also elected to the national board for United Jewish Communities (UJC). Greenbaum has been the recipient of the David Grosberg Young Leadership Award and the Woman of Valor Award, both from Jewish Federation of St. Louis, where she previously served as vice president. She participated in Leadership St. Louis and serves on the selection committee for FOCUS St. Louis and on the local and national boards of the A.C.L.U.
At Capes Sokol, Greenbaum handles state and federal appellate cases, complex civil matters, and conceptual analysis. Joining the firm in January 2004, she brought 30 years of legal experience and community involvement.
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