The National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW) is moving its headquarters from New York to Washington, in order to enhance their power to make change happen on the most urgent social and economic challenges facing women, children, and families.
Led by new President Beatrice Kahn, this move marks the start of a new chapter as they move their headquarters to Washington, DC –– “the epicenter of national policy and where we belong”.
Beatrice says: “ From our new home, NCJW’s winning team of advocates, working together with our sections and thousands of NCJW members across the country, will be uniquely positioned to advance progressive social change. We can’t wait for all we will accomplish together in our nation’s capital.”
ICJW President Penelope Conway said: “We are delighted that our US affiliate is moving their offices to Washington DC. We wish them every success and hope that the move will enhance their important work”.
The new address for NCJW headquarters is:
2055 L St, NW
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202 296 2588