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Kathleen Spitzer Elected to the Board of Directors of American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Kathleen SpitzerDistinguished Washington resident Kathleen Spitzer has been elected to the board of directors of American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (AABGU).
Spitzer is the principal and owner of two companies: Viviane Skin Care and Don’t Call Me Ma’am Skin Care.
“On behalf of the entire AABGU board, I would like to welcome Kathleen Spitzer,” said AABGU President Lloyd Goldman.” Kathleen Spitzer’s longtime family involvement with Ben-Gurion University of the Negev has inspired a unique perspective and an enduring commitment. I appreciate the time and contributions she will make to advance University goals in Seattle and support AABGU’s national fundraising initiatives.”
Spitzer has served on the AABGU Northwest regional board for many years. Initially, her interest was sparked by the dedication of her late parents-in-law, Jack and Charlotte Spitzer, who established the Charlotte B. and Jack J. Spitzer Department of Social Work and the Spitzer-Salant Building for the Department of Social Work on the BGU Marcus Family Campus. They were also instrumental in founding the Seattle-Beer-Sheva sister city relationship that still exists today. Over the years, she has continued the family legacy that honors Jack and Charlotte’s vision and also reflects her own commitment to higher education in Israel.
Spitzer is the past president of the Women’s Endowment Foundation of the Jewish Community Federation of Greater Seattle and past president of Congregation Beth Shalom. She has also been involved with the Jewish Day School in Seattle and the Stanley Ann Dunham Scholarship Foundation.
Kathleen Spitzer holds a B.A. in psychology from Stanford University. She is also an accomplished cellist. She lives in Mercer Island, Washington with her husband, Rob. They have three children. 
American Associates, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (AABGU) plays a vital role in sustaining David Ben-Gurion’s vision, creating a world-class institution of education and research in the Israeli desert, nurturing the Negev community and sharing the University’s expertise locally and around the globe. With some 20,000 students on campuses in Beer-Sheva, Sede Boqer and Eilat in Israel’s southern desert, BGU is a university with a conscience, where the highest academic standards are integrated with community involvement, committed to sustainable development of the Negev. AABGU is headquartered in Manhattan and has nine regional offices throughout the United States, including one in Corte Madera, California. For more information, contact (415) 927-2119, northwest@aabgu.org or visit www.aabgu.org.