Irene Aronin is a native Atlantan. Irene is now retired after a career first as a CPA, then in financial management in corporate America. In her last two gigs, she was the CFO of two subsidiaries of First Data Corporation, both of which she helped FDC sell, thereby doing herself out of a job.
As a big believer in the value of education, Irene is a strong supporter of JELF as well as a docent at the Breman Museum. Irene previously tutored reading for 10 years through AJCL (Atlanta Jewish Coalition for Literacy), a program originally through Federation and now through NCJW.
In addition to Irene’s roles on the JELF Board of Directors, Irene is a lifelong member of Ahavath Achim Synagogue. She is a current member of the Board and Chair of the Budget & Finance committee at Ahavath Achim, as well as the past VP Finance of the synagogue. When Irene finds herself with some free time, she plays Duplicate Bridge and has earned the designation of Life Master.