At our annual board meeting on June 2, JF&CS welcomed two new members to our Board, Stephen Bernstein and William (Billy) Weinstein. We are excited to have Stephen and Billy join the JF&CS Board!
Stephen Bernstein and his wife, Leslie, live in Newton. They have two daughters. Steve is a partner in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery, LLP and is based in the Boston office. He has practiced health law since 1988 and is the head of the firm’s Health Industry Advisory Practice Group. Nationally ranked in Chambers and Partners for Healthcare, he has also been named in both US News & World Report Best Lawyers and in New England Super Lawyers. A magna cum laude graduate of Duke University, Steve received his JD from Boston College Law School where he served on the Boston College Law Review. At JF&CS, he is a member of the Disabilities Advisory Committee.
“As a member of the JF&CS Disabilities Committee for several years, I have seen the power of JF&CS and the incredible staff transform the lives of so many, and do it in a way that is a win for the individual clients and for the community. I am honored to become a Board Member and excited with the hope that I can learn even more about the JF&CS program menu, match that with my experience as a health care transactional/regulatory lawyer, and contribute wherever I can to the programs of JF&CS,” notes Steve. In his spare time, he pursues his interests in tennis and cooking. The Bernsteins are members of Temple Shalom in Newton.
William (Billy) Weinstein and his wife, Ruth (Boomer), live in Weston. They have one daughter. Billy has more than 25 years of experience in valuing, managing, acquiring, and selling businesses and assets under challenging circumstances. A founding partner and principal of the Ozer Group, which developed a wide array of business units, including asset valuation, asset-based lending, and asset disposition, Billy is a graduate of State University of New York at Albany. He is on the leadership council of Boston Medical Center and serves on the advisory committee of various programs at the JCC. At JF&CS, Billy and his wife co-chaired the 2013 CHAI Celebration along with Nancy and Mark Belsky.
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