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Jewish Family Home CareWelcomes Robin Miller as Chief Operating Officer



Jewish Family Home Care (JFHC), a not-for-profit agency, is pleased to welcome Robin Miller as its chief operating officer. JFHC provides multi-reach, non-medical home quality home care for Broward County, Florida seniors from all reaches of life and any faith. JFHC is one of the largest providers of home health care providing assistance to Holocaust survivors and anyone in Broward County needing in-home care. Providing service to more than 400 clients, JFHC offers services such as home health aides, companions, housekeepers and certified nursing assistants. It delivers tailor-made home health care plans, with special consideration to patients’ physical and emotional needs, as well as their family’s budget. Miller brings more than 25 years of experience in nonprofit business development, fundraising , and coordinating successful outreach programs to her position. AS COO, Robin is responsible for the organization’s operations, public relations and marketing, community outreach, strategic planning, and growth of JFHC’s business model. “I am excited and honored to be working with Jewish Family Home Care ― there is now a great need, and need and will be a great need for many years to come, for home health care,” said Miller. “With my experience working for several nonprofits in Broward and south Palm Beach, I look forward to expanding the organization’s presence and brand awareness.” Miller’s longstanding connection with the South Florida community encompasses her varied roles. Her past positions have included director of Development and Community Outreach for the Ann Storck Center, COO for the Florida Marlins and Miami Dolphins Players Child Care Centers, executive director of the South Palm Beach chapter of the National Parkinson’s Foundation, and consultant to the CEO and preschool expansion of the YMCA of the Palm Beaches. In addition, she served as the assistant executive director and director of operations for the YMCA of Broward County, and director of Elementary and Family Services at the Soref Jewish Community Center in Plantation, Florida. She has also promoted large gala events in Broward and Palm Beach Counties. Miller holds certifications in Senior Living Administration and Florida Child Care Administration. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Recreation, Commercial Recreation and Business, from Springfield College in Springfield, Massachusetts. She is a lifetime member of Hadassah, the women's Zionist organization of America; and a proud member of South Palm Beach Impact 100, which connects, engages, and inspires women to improve the community by collectively funding multiple $100,000 grants to nonprofits that implement high-impact initiatives in southern Palm Beach County. For more information, visit JFHC at www.jfcares.org.


By ML Staff. Image courtesy of JFHC

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