Mark Silberman

Chairman

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Mark Silberman is a partner and co-owner of Refrigiwear, the world’s leader in cold weather industrial work clothing and accessories. The company, nearing its 65th year, has now welcomed a third generation of family members into the workplace.

 

Mark is a past president of Temple Kehillat Chaim in Roswell, Georgia, as well as a past national board member of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), where he served on the North American Camping (NAC) committee, budget committee, and business practices committee. He recently finished his tenure as chair of the board for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and has served on the Board of Trustees for the past eight years, as the campaign chair in 2017, on numerous Federation committees, and the national JFNA board.

 

Mark also serves on the board of Hillel’s of GA., the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, and the Alliance Theatre. He has been a primary funder and advocate of PJ Library and Jewish Camping in the Atlanta community and is a national board member of the Foundation for Jewish Camping.

 

Mark holds a BA from American University and lives in Atlanta with his wife Linda. They have four grown children and six grandchildren.

Mark Silberman is a partner and co-owner of Refrigiwear, the world’s leader in cold weather industrial work clothing and accessories. The company, nearing its 65th year, has now welcomed a third generation of family members into the workplace.

 

Mark is a past president of Temple Kehillat Chaim in Roswell, Georgia, as well as a past national board member of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), where he served on the North American Camping (NAC) committee, budget committee, and business practices committee. He recently finished his tenure as chair of the board for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and has served on the Board of Trustees for the past eight years, as the campaign chair in 2017, on numerous Federation committees, and the national JFNA board.

 

Mark also serves on the board of Hillel’s of GA., the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, and the Alliance Theatre. He has been a primary funder and advocate of PJ Library and Jewish Camping in the Atlanta community and is a national board member of the Foundation for Jewish Camping.

 

Mark holds a BA from American University and lives in Atlanta with his wife Linda. They have four grown children and six grandchildren.

Mark Silberman is a partner and co-owner of Refrigiwear, the world’s leader in cold weather industrial work clothing and accessories. The company, nearing its 65th year, has now welcomed a third generation of family members into the workplace.

 

Mark is a past president of Temple Kehillat Chaim in Roswell, Georgia, as well as a past national board member of the Union for Reform Judaism (URJ), where he served on the North American Camping (NAC) committee, budget committee, and business practices committee. He recently finished his tenure as chair of the board for the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta and has served on the Board of Trustees for the past eight years, as the campaign chair in 2017, on numerous Federation committees, and the national JFNA board.

 

Mark also serves on the board of Hillel’s of GA., the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival, and the Alliance Theatre. He has been a primary funder and advocate of PJ Library and Jewish Camping in the Atlanta community and is a national board member of the Foundation for Jewish Camping.

 

Mark holds a BA from American University and lives in Atlanta with his wife Linda. They have four grown children and six grandchildren.

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