JCC Mid-Westchester Appoints
Rachel Moseley its New Board President
The JCC of Mid-Westchester (JCCMW) has announced that long-time board member Rachel Moseley is assuming the role of President of the JCCMW Board of Directors, effective July 1, 2022. She is taking on the position formerly held by Ellen Reinheimer who, after four years, is transitioning out of this role. Dr. Reinheimer will continue to serve as a JCCMW board member.
Ms. Moseley brings to the JCCMW extensive leadership experience focused on technology in the financial services industry and in public school education. For nearly twenty years, she has worked for the Scarsdale Public Schools where she served as Director of Information Technology, Chief Information and Data Protection Officer for the past six years. Last year, she announced her retirement from the Scarsdale Public Schools effective August 2022. Ms. Moseley has also held the position of Chief Information Officer at two Fixed Income electronic trading firms, MarketAxess and Instinet, and worked for twelve years as a Director at the Union Bank of Switzerland.
A dedicated volunteer, Ms. Moseley has served as a Disaster Action Team Member for the American Red Cross Greater New York and has participated in several Century Rides to raise funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. She has served on the JCCMW Board of Directors since 2013.
Ms. Moseley was born in Israel and moved to Switzerland at a young age. She attended University of St. Gallen in Switzerland and holds a Bachelor of Science in Management & Economics with a concentration in Information Systems from SUNY Empire State College. She raised her family in Scarsdale and lives there with her husband, Harry Moseley.
“It will be my honor to serve as Board President and further champion this tremendous asset for our community,” said Ms. Moseley. “For years, thousands of Westchester residents have benefited from the JCCMW’s scope of programs and services, and we are deeply grateful to those who helped make that happen, especially our dedicated board and Ellen, our incredible leader of the past four years. I am so thankful that Ellen will continue to share her wisdom and insights about the JCCMW as she will continue as a board member when I assume this new role.”
Under Dr. Reinheimer’s leadership, the JCCMW has successfully navigated a range of challenges, most notably the COVID-19 Pandemic, yet emerged as a healthy and thriving agency that continues to meet the needs of the community. Her efforts helped strengthen the foundations of the JCCMW, which has newly expanded its offerings, enhanced local partnerships and brought in a new CEO.
“One of the great strengths of the JCCMW is the passion and commitment of our board,” said Elise Dowell, CEO of the JCCMW. “I am so grateful to Ellen for her partnership and support during the first few months of my tenure. And I am thrilled that the leadership baton will be passed to Rachel, another committed and dedicated board member who has supported our agency for close to a decade. We are so fortunate to be going from strength to strength.”