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Rabbi Mordecai Finley, Co-CEO


Vice - President, Executive Director:

Meirav Finley, Co-CEO


2nd Vice - President:

Endre Balogh


Balogh is an internationally known concert violinist, has performed extensively as a recitalist, chamber musician, and as soloist with orchestras such as the Berlin Philharmonic and with such eminent musicians as Zubin Mehta, Vladimir Horowitz, and André Watts. He is also a sought after photographic artist with solo exhibits, magazine and book covers, and international photographic contest wins to his credit. The Professional Photographers of California named him “Number Two” among the “2017 Top Ten Photographers” in California and he is one of only 35 photographers worldwide to achieve “Diamond” status in the 2015 Professional Photographers of America International Competition.

Treasurer, Secretary:

Pamela Mahoney

Pamela Anderson-Mahoney is the founder and director of Epidemiology Resources. She began her career working in industry at Lockheed's "Skunkworks" program where she identified groups of workers at high risk for injury and illness using a state-of-the-art surveillance system and prediction techniques. She used this data to design interventions to minimize risk and prevent injurious exposures. She then served at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the world famous Epidemic Intelligence Service (EIS) often known as the Disease Detectives. She was Principal Investigator for a multisite behavioral study overseen by the CDC. Dr. Anderson-Mahoney has successfully managed multi-million dollar research budgets with staff, overhead, equipment, travel, recruiting, etc. She has a strong academic foundation in epidemiologic methods with an M.S. and Ph.D. in epidemiology from UCLA's School of Public Health. Her wide range of practical experience in government, private and public sectors make her uniquely qualified to provide scientific consultation, guidance, and expert witness testimony. 

Director at Large:

Helana Barry


Helána Barry has been a licensed clinical psychologist since 1976. She took a post-doctoral fellowship at the UCLA Neuropsychiatric Institute followed by a clinical faculty position in the Department of Pediatrics at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center where she taught developmental psychology to medical residents and fellows.She served as a consultant to medical teams in various clinics specializing in craniofacial anomalies, failure-to-thrive, child abuse and neurological disorders.

Dr. Barry has directed an inpatient 48 hour crisis stabilization clinic at the Riverside General Hospital, consulted with medical staff for the LA County Coastal Region outpatient clinics, and presented seminars for county staff and community groups. She has has testified in child abuse cases and had admitting privileges in various private psychiatric hospitals for children, adolescents and adults.

Among her specialties are individual and group therapy, play therapy for children and assessing character and personality strengths.

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