Friday , 19 December 2014
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Scott Notowitz announced as new ADL Florida Chair

Scott Notowitz announced as new ADL Florida Chair

Scott Notowitz announced as new ADL Florida Chair

Scott Notowitz, ADL Florida Regional Chair

The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is proud to announce the installment of Scott Notowitz as its new Florida Regional Chair. Mr. Notowitz is a community leader and Senior Financial Advisor and Vice President in the Boca Raton office of Merill Lynch, with over 30 years of combined business and investment experience. Mr. Notowitz replaces Steven L. Daniels of West Palm Beach who served as Chair for the past two years.

“I am so honored to be the new ADL Florida Regional Board Chair as I have a passion for ADL’s clear and precise mission statement of combating hate of all kinds,” stated Scott Notowitz. “ADL’s anti-bias educational programs such as No Place for Hate®, its signature anti-bullying/cyberbullying initiative, are on the cutting edge of preventing the seeds of hate and prejudice before they take root. During my tenure, I hope to increase awareness ofADL’s educational programs and increase the involvement of the community in all of its programs.”

In his twelve years of support for ADL, Scott Notowitz has held many prominent leadership positions. Mr. Notowitz recently completed his term as the Florida Chair for ADL’s year-long centennial commemoration in 2013, and has also participated in ADL leadership conferences across the country.

“Scott will be an incredible asset to the Florida region of the League as Chair,” stated Hava Holzhauer, ADL Florida Regional Director. “Not only is Scott a knowledgeable and enthusiastic ambassador for the League’s mission, he grew up in South Florida and has personal and business relationships all over the state. Scott is extremely dedicated to his work and to his relationships, and will bring this dedication to his role as Chair.”

Scott Notowitz also serves on the Board of the University of Miami Friends for Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. visit www.adl.org florida.adl.org

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