The Jewish Council for Public Affairs officially elected Lois Frank, a longtime Atlanta-area activist and volunteer, as chairwoman. Frank, who was chosen at the JCPA plenum last month, has more than 20 years of experience working in the Jewish community. She has served as chair of the Community Relations Committee of the Atlanta Jewish Federation, national advocacy chair for the American Jewish Committee, and national chair of the Jewish Coalition for Literacy. Frank will serve a two-year term as head of JCPA, the umbrella body for Jewish community relations councils across North America.
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