* Simon Greer, president and CEO of Jewish Funds for Justice, is replacing Lance Lindblom as president and CEO of the Nathan Cummings Foundation.
* Steven J. Goldberg, director of executive division and the member and unit services division of Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, will become the interim executive director for the youth movement Young Judaea as it becomes independent from Hadassah. The move toward independence was announced in June by the two organizations in June.
* The Milwaukee Jewish Federation’s executive vice president, Richard Meyer, is leaving. Sheryl Primakow, who has been named the interim executive director, will help manage restructuring changes that the organization plans to undergo in coming months.
* Connie Wolf will leave the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco in November after serving 12 ½ years as its director and CEO. In January, she will become director of the Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University.
* Jeremy Burton, senior vice president of programs at Jewish Funds for Justice, will become the new executive director of the Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston on October 1.
* Long-time Haaretz reporter and columnist Aluf Benn will be the Israeli newspaper’s new editor-in-chief. Benn succeeds Dov Alfon, who served as editor in chief for the last three years and is moving on to establish a digital enterprise associated with the Haaretz Group.