About the Boston 3G Board

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Boston 3G Board at our Frozen Memorial event

Elizabeth Bobrow {President}

Elizabeth Bobrow is the granddaughter of two Holocaust survivors from Poland.  She has always been interested in finding new ways to preserve her Grandparent’s history by sharing their stories.  She is thrilled to be a member of the Boston 3G board and is excited to work with and meet other 3Gs.  Elizabeth has a B.A. in Accounting and a minor in Judaic Studies from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst.  She is currently a Project Accountant for First Wind.

To contact Liz, please email ebobrow@boston3g.org

Lisa Einstein {Vice President}

Lisa Einstein is the grandchild of two Holocaust survivors from Hungary.  Growing up, Lisa was very close with her grandparents and was always inspired by their strength, persistence  love, hope and devotion during a dark time.  She wants to share their stories, ensure that their legacy continues to live on and that future generations are aware of the Holocaust’s impact on the world.  Lisa currently works full time as a stay at home mom, raising her two beautiful children, Sophie and Theo.  Lisa has a B.A. from Binghamton University and currently resides in Sharon, MA.

To contact Lisa, please email leinstein@boston3g.org

Natty Yagudin {Treasurer}

Natty Yagudin is the grandchild of two Holocaust survivors from Czechoslovakia.  Over the past few years, she conducted extensive research and discovered several important documents, testimonies and memoirs, which shed light on her family narrative during that dark time in history.  She also traveled to Eastern Europe several times and visited the camps Terezin, Auschwitz and Mauthausen.  She is privileged to serve on the board of Boston 3G, and help keep the memory of those who were lost and the legacy of the Holocaust alive.  Natty has an MBA from the University of Toronto and currently works for IBM as a client manager.  She lives in Boston, MA.

To contact Natty, please email nyagudin@boston3g.org

Elizabeth Goldman {Board of Directors}

Elizabeth Goldman is the grandchild of two Holocaust survivors from Poland.  She feels passionate about keeping her family’s story alive and is honored to serve on the Boston 3G Board.  Elizabeth obtained a B.A. in International Relations and French from Tufts University, and a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School.  She is an attorney broker and specializes in residential real estate in and around Boston.  In addition to her involvement on this Board, Elizabeth is active in the Combined Jewish Philanthropies Boston-Haifa Connection and the Kaji Aso Studio Institute for the Arts.

To contact Liz, please email egoldman@boston3g.org

Jonathan Eskow {Board of Directors}

Jonathan is the grandchild of two Holocaust survivors from Poland.  His grandparents have played a monumental and influential role in his life and he is committed to keeping the legacy of his grandparents and all Holocaust survivors alive.  Jonathan earned a B.A. in Psychology and Sociology from Brandeis University and a J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law.  Jonathan is a practicing attorney and also serves on the Board of Trustees for Congregation Kehillath Israel in Brookline, MA.  He currently lives in Brookline, MA with his wife Danielle, daughter Mikaela, and dog Izzie.

To contact Jon, please email jeskow@boston3g.org

Joshua Hipsman {Board of Directors}

Josh Hipsman is the grandchild and great-grandchild of three Holocaust survivors from Poland. Josh joined Boston 3G in 2013 after traveling with the group to Washington D.C. for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum’s 20th anniversary event. Josh has always been very close with his grandparents and is dedicated to preserving their stories and educating others on the lessons of the Holocaust. Josh currently works full time as an Operations Manager for a scientific equipment reseller. Aside from work, Josh is an avid fisherman, guitar player and history buff.

To contact Josh, please email jhipsman@boston3g.org

 

Co-Founders

Matthew and Stacy Seltzer
Matthew and Stacy Seltzer co-founded Boston 3G in the summer of 2009.  Stacy’s maternal grandparents are Holocaust survivors and growing up in a survivor family, the Holocaust has always been a part of her life. Though not directly linked to the Holocaust, both of Matt’s grandfather’s fought in WWII.  After marrying into a survivor family, he has learned the human stories of survival and has become a dedicated member of the third generation.  They created Boston 3G to remember their family stories and to create a community of 3Gs and those committed to ‘Never Again’ and ‘Never Forget’.  Matthew and Stacy currently reside in the Philadelphia area.