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Volunteer Contacts

Volunteer Contacts

Lisa S. Weitzman, LISW-S

WeCare Administrator and Manager of Business Development

Contact: | 216-373-1755

Lisa S. Weitzman is the WeCare Administrator and Manager of Business Development. She oversees the development of strategic partnerships to drive the delivery of BRI Care Consultation™, known as WeCare...Because You Do to clients and contracting organizations, through Eldercare Services Institute, LLC (ESI). As a BRI Care Consultation™ Master Trainer, she also supervises the Care Consultants working directly for ESI. Weitzman joined Benjamin Rose in 2018 as a BRI Care Consultation Care Consultant and Assistant Master Trainer.

Weitzman has devoted her social work career to working with marginalized, vulnerable populations. Her early experience focused on individuals with chemical addictions and mental health diagnoses discharging from prison. Among her other community-based involvement, she spearheaded the renovation of the Marion-Sterling Elementary School Library, a school within the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. Prior to joining Benjamin Rose, Weitzman worked for Jewish Family Service Association as a direct practice social worker with low-income older adults, providing counseling, case management and advocacy on their behalf. She also has a special passion for social justice and the social determinants of health as they pertain to older adults aging well in the community.

Prior to launching her social work career, Weitzman worked for the United States Department of State, Embassy Moscow, the Export-Import Bank and several for-profit and not-for-profit organizations whose mission centered on improved relations with the then-Soviet Union.

Weitzman earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in history with a concentration in American Foreign Policy from Yale University, a master’s degree in Soviet Studies and International Economics from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a Master of Science degree in social administration from Case Western Reserve University. She currently holds an LISW-S license. Weitzman completed Leadership Geauga in 2001 and also holds a Dementia Care Specialist certification.

Weitzman currently serves on the founding board of Courage to Caregivers, on the board of Dancing Classrooms of Northeast Ohio and as an active member on the Council on Older Persons and the Cleveland Chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association’s Community and Supportive Services Committee. She previously served on the board of the Women’s Center at Case Western Reserve University and as President of the Board of Trustees of the Geauga County Library.

Jennifer Salkin

Marketing Communications Coordinator

Contact: | (216) 373-1688

Jennifer Salkin is the Marketing Communications Coordinator in the Institutional Advancement department at Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging. She is responsible for internal and external communications throughout the organization, including outreach events, fundraising events, corporate sponsorships and representation at local, state, national and international conferences.

Salkin joined Benjamin Rose in 2014. Prior to joining Benjamin Rose, she worked in development, special events and communications at the American Red Cross of Greater Cleveland and Great Lakes Theater.

Salkin received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication from Denison University and a Master of Arts degree in Nonprofit Administration from John Carroll University. You can contact her for information regarding Benjamin Rose sponsorships and events, as well as external health fairs, conferences and other events in the community.