Sandy Abramson

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Women of Reform Judaism

Sandy was born and raised in Milwaukee, WI, but lived her entire adult life in New York City. She had a private physical therapy practice in New York City until 2013 when she retired.  She is a member of Congregation Rodeph Sholom of New York City, is a past president of her sisterhood, and became a Trustee of the Board of the synagogue. At that time, she also served on WRJ's Board and held the office of Recording Secretary. Currently, she is a representative of WRJ to the United Nations.  

I Represent WRJ at the United Nations

Sandy Abramson
For six years, I’ve been lucky to be one of the representatives from WRJ to the United Nations (UN). One could attend a UN session two or three times a day if one had the time and inclination! There are so many meetings and much to learn. Our practice has been to choose the sessions most relevant to WRJ and divide them among us.