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Carlyn Neuman selected for prestigious National Young Leadership Cabinet

Carlyn Neuman Carlyn Neuman Tampa Jewish community leader Carlyn Neuman has been selected as a new member of National Young Leadership (NYL) Cabinet, the premier leadership development program of the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA).

NYL Cabinet is designed for dedicated and philanthropic-minded men and women from ages 30-45 across the U.S. and Canada who are deeply committed to building a strong future for the Jewish people. Neuman is one of 75 individuals from across North America to be accepted into this year’s cohort and she will join the incoming class this July during NYL Cabinet’s annual retreat in Fort Lauderdale.

“We are so grateful for Carlyn’s ongoing support, leadership and commitment to the Tampa Jewish community. She truly embodies all that NYL Cabinet represents,” said Alissa Fischel, chief development officer of the Tampa JCCs & Federation. “Through her NYL involvements, we cannot wait to see what she will accomplish on a national level and are proud that she will be representing Jewish Tampa.”

Applicants to the Cabinet are nominated by their communities as significant change makers who have demonstrated the highest ideals of leadership.

Neuman has been involved with the Tampa Jewish Federation for more than 12 years, taking on leadership roles such as chair of the Young Adult Division, Morasha chair and Pomegranate chair. She is a member of the first graduating class of the Jewish Leadership Training Institute, a program of the Tampa Jewish Federation and the Jewish Federation of Pinellas and Pasco Counties for emerging leaders.

She currently chairs and sponsors the Federation’s Professional Community Connection, an initiative she conceived, which seeks to foster the development of networks and relationships between Jewish professionals and businesses in the Tampa Bay area. She also serves on the board of directors for Weinberg Village Assisted Living Residences, Hillels of the Florida Suncoast and Schaarai Zedek Sisterhood.

A real estate broker and owner of 360 Realty in Tampa as well as a licensed attorney, Neuman resides in South Tampa with her husband, Brian, and her two children, Caleb and Harper.

As part of this five-year program, Neuman will participate in retreats, conferences and missions, learning from subject-matter experts about emerging trends and best practices, and connecting with peers from across North America.

“I am so deeply honored to have been selected as a member of National Young Leadership Cabinet,” said Neuman. “I am excited for the opportunity to meet with other young professionals who share the same passion and commitment for the Jewish community as I do. I am also looking forward to participating in national conversations about how the Federation can help make a difference locally and globally, and exploring how I can be an even stronger ambassador for supporting the Tampa Jewish community.”

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