James C. Rotenberg (Jim) is a Past National President and a member of the Executive Board of the National Committee of Hadassah Associates, an organization of over 33,000 men, whose mission is to advance Hadassah’s medical research, healing, and education in the US, Israel and around the World. Under Jim's leadership, the Hadassah Associates' Men's Health Initiative raised funds for Alzheimer’s disease research at the Hadassah Medical Organization (HMO) in Jerusalem. Jim was a member of "Renovating HWZOA Philanthropy Subcommittee" of the Strategic Planning Committee of Hadassah. Jim was honored in 2022 by Hadassah Nassau as the Grand Marshal of its 16th Annual Walk-a-Thon for Stem Cell Research. Jim is a past President of Temple Israel of Lawrence and currently an active member of Temple Sinai of Roslyn on Long Island, NY. In recognition of Jim's endeavors on their behalf, the Marion & Aaron Gural JCC of the Five Towns honored Jim at its Fifteenth Annual Dinner as one of its "People of the Year." Jim, whose parents escaped to Cuba and ultimately to the US from Berlin shortly after Kristallnacht, grew up in the Inwood Section of Upper Manhattan. He is a graduate of the Bronx High School of Science, the University of Wisconsin (Madison), and the New York University School of Law. Jim retired as a Special Advisor to Buck Consultants, a Xerox Company, and as a Principal and Director of Global M&A from Mellon Bank's Human Resources & Investor Services, after having associated with the law firms of Shearman & Sterling, and Simpson Thacher & Bartlett. Jim is the founder and principal in JCR Consulting, a business consultancy specializing in transformational consulting. Jim lives with his wife, Carol, in the Five Towns on Long Island, NY. They have two sons and five grandchildren, all of whom are members or Associates of Hadassah. Jim and Carol are Guardian Donors.