The Jewish Theological Seminary’s chief financial officer resigned after a little more than three months on the job. Richard Bengloff left the Conservative movement’s flagship institution in New York City last Friday. On Monday, officials announced that he would be replaced on an interim basis by Julie Anderson, who was brought in from outside the seminary. Bengloff stepped down just three-plus months after the resignation of JTS’ controller, S. David Shapiro.
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