Danny Glassman has been Temple Jeremiah’s Executive Director since November 2012. Before coming to Jeremiah, he served as the overnight camp director and conference center director at JCYS Camp Henry Horner in Ingleside, IL.
Danny has his bachelor’s degree in social science from National Louis University and is working towards his Masters of Jewish Professional Studies at the Spertus Institute of Learning and Leadership. He is a member of the National Association of Temple Administrators (NATA) where he served as Co-chair of Education for the 2018 Austin Conference. Danny was awarded the Myron E. Shoen Service to Community Award from NATA in December 2017 for his work with creating partnerships between Temple Jeremiah and multiple organizations working with developmentally disabled populations. Temple Jeremiah welcomes these individuals into the community each day as greeters and office volunteers.
Danny is an active member and immediate past president of the Chicago Area Synagogue Administrators (CASA) the local branch of the NATA. He also still is very much active in the camping community serving as accreditation visitor for the Illinois section of the American Camp Association.
When he’s not working or in class, he is with his wife, Krystal, and their children, Eden and Levi.
Dr. Anne Lidsky, R.J.E., has served as Director of Religious Education at Temple Jeremiah since 1980.
Anne received her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Northeastern Illinois State University and her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology from Northwestern University. She taught in Chicago for several years and was a religious and Hebrew teacher for twelve years at Temple Emanuel and Am Shalom. Anne was principal at Temple Beth Israel and Director of Counseling at Solomon Schechter Day School in Skokie.